Exploring the Path of Teacher Professional Development From the Perspective of Cultural Consciousness

Dengshan ZHANG


Teacher’s professional development is a process of cultural self-consciousness, which embodies the dynamic process of teacher’s self-consciousness. In order to realize the effect of teacher professional development, it is necessary for teachers to change themselves, especially the process of cultural self-consciousness. The path of realizing teacher’s cultural consciousness can be explored from five aspects, namely, moral consciousness, theoretical consciousness, professional consciousness, practice consciousness and thought consciousness.


Teacher; Cultural consciousness; Professional Development; Path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9907


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