The Non Continuous Education’s Connotation and Its Practice

Lishuai JIA, Jin WU


The development of individual life is an organic unity of continuity and not continuity, but in our previous educational researches which focus on the development of continuity and ignores the development of non continuity. School education as a main form of education, non continuity attaches too much importance to the continuity of the development of students while neglecting the development of students to a certain extent, so it appeared many problems. The famous German educator—Boer Andrianof, putting forward the non continuous education creatively which on the basis of inheriting the existence of non continuous education philosophy and culture education in school. The non-continuous education’s connotation contain crisis, encounter, awaken and warn and so on. Through the study of non continuous education, we thought that the school should carry out on non continuous education which can enable students to achieve a better development. So we think, on the one hand, school should be kind to crisis and change “crisis” into “chance; on the other hand, school should turn student’s “Encounter” into “opportunity”


School education; Continuous education; Non continuous education

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