Design System Construction of Teachers’ on-Job Education and Representation Analysis on Effectiveness

Hongmei HU, Dequan ZHU


Design system construction of teachers’ on-job education is based on system theory and subjectivity theory, pays attention to four-dimensional design system of “purpose design—curriculum design—mode design—review design”, and is representation of effectiveness for “four-dimensional” design system with pertinence, applicableness, integrity and dynamics.


Continuing education; Design system; Effectiveness; Representation

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