Cultural Initiative and Persistence of Individual Teachers

Shiyuan ZHANG, Dequan ZHU


Individual teachers are the entities which shape the teacher culture and the teacher cultural system. They are also subjects that transform the teacher culture, so they have cultural initiative and awareness. However, they might also impede the development of the progressive teacher culture by creating the out-fashioned teacher culture. When the cultural model of individual teachers has not yet been shared the teaching group, individual teachers transform themselves from the explicit cultural creators to an “invisible me.” The realization of cultural persistence is an important aspect for the reconstruction of the teacher culture.


Individual teachers; Cultural initiative; Cultural persistence

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