Survey of Present Teachers-to-be and Analysis of Training Strategies

Fang FENG, Huimin ZHANG

Abstract


Through questionnaire about the level of professionalism of normal universities teachers-to-be in the new era in china, with the help of SPSS-based statistical analysis of data, this article summarizes basic information on the professionalism of teachers-to-be at normal universities from three aspects, namely professional concepts and ethics, specialized knowledge and professional competence. From the perspective of the teacher qualification test and the school training for normal university students, three specific suggestions are proposed for improving the professionalism of teachers-to-be: intensifying the reform of the teacher qualification test system, deepening teachers-to-be’s understanding and recognition of teacher education policies, and improving the teachers-to-be training model.


Keywords


Teachers-to-be; Current status; Training strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11701

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