Constructing a Teacher-Oriented Mode of Educational Management

Jingyi SUN, Lun WANG, Xiaoping YU

Abstract


Teachers are the core for the development of education; therefore the governmental administrators for education ought to change their old-fashioned management notion and practices, and endeavor to focus on the all-side development and service for all the teachers. The school management should try their best to enhance the status of the teacher, create an excellent academic atmosphere for the teacher, and frame all the school management measures by the teacher. Besides, as the department serving the teacher, the educational administrations should try their best to solve the difficulties that hang around the teacher, including life problems. Only by these means can teachers actively, energetically, and devotedly commit themselves to the teaching and research career.


Keywords


Teacher orientation; Teaching management; Core; Human solicitude

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6821

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