A Study on China’s Reform of Teachers’ Education: A Narrative Research About the Substituted Post Exercitation of a Junior Student

Shaojun LI, Jian LI

Abstract


Substituted post exercitation is a new teachers’ education model. To prove the operation effect of the new model through the practical situations is of vital significance to the curriculum reform of teachers’ education in normal universities and colleges and the cultivation of teaching skills of normal university and college students. This paper adopts the narrative research method by narrating the substituted post exercitation experiences of a junior student, C, and analyzes the details of her substituted post exercitation experiences with problems pointed out. Based on the case study of Student C, this paper discusses the status quo of teachers’ education in China, and comes to some referential and thought-provoking conclusions.


Keywords


Substituted post exercitation; Teachers’ education; Narrative research

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References


Fu M., & Tian, H. S. (2008). Narrative research of education: Nature, characteristics and methods. Educational Research, (5).




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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