Difficulties and Countermeasures in the Teaching Management of Free Normal Graduates for the Professional Master’s Degree of Education in China



At present, the cultivation of free normal graduates for the professional master’s degree of education in China is in the stage of exploration and practice. Therefore, there appear some problems in the process of cultivation and teaching management, adversely affecting the quality of cultivation. This paper analyzes the problems and their causes in the course of teaching management and summarizes them mainly in the following aspects: First, students’ being relatively dispersed leaves management inconvenience of time and space; second, the contradiction between work and study leaves little time to study; third, part of the free normal masters pay little attention to study and lack learning initiatives. Based on the above aspects, this paper proposes the following countermeasures: First, monitoring and evaluation should be strengthened to consummate the management system; second, informationalization of management should be accelerated to ease the inconvenience of time and space; third, multi-participation should be involved to improve the efficiency of management; four, the guidance of individuals should be strengthened to improve their self-awareness.


Free normal masters of education; Teaching management; Difficulties; Countermeasures; Professional master’s degree

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General Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China. (2007). Implementation measures for free education of normal students in the six normal universities directly under the ministry of education in China (provisional) ([2007] No.34)

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The Ministry of Education in China. (2010). Implementation measures for free normal graduates to apply for a master’s degree of education in the six normal universities directly under the ministry of education in China (provisional) (Teacher [2010] No.3).

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


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