The Research Design About the Exploration of Teachers’ Curriculum Leadership Practice Path

Yunfeng HUANG

Abstract


Teachers’ Curriculum leadership. Teachers curriculum leadership is a kind of ability to lead and guide in the affairs of curriculum design, development, implementation and evaluation. It is the core content and key elements of teachers professional ability. This research design from teachers’ curriculum leadership research background, research questions, research methods, research ideas, research contents and research conclusions in this paper, in order to indicate the direction of the practice path to explore teachers’ curriculum leadership.


Keywords


Specialization; Teachers curriculum leadership; Practice path; Research ideas; Learning and teaching method

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