The Process of Organizing and Implementing Curricular Service Learning in American Higher Education and Its Enlightenment on ChinaOn Forging the School-Running Characteristic of the University

Zhizhong CHEN, Subin WEI

Abstract


The development process of a thing is a creative process. “The future does not exist in the present.” 1 Things are generated in the creative process. For Chinese Universities, it has been only ten years or so since the concept of school-running characteristic was put forward and gained attention. In order to forge school-running characteristic, we need constant review, summarize and research so as to push it forward.


Keywords


School-running characteristic; Forging characteristic; The direction and aim; Effective strategy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11759

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