Co-Construction of the Ecological Environment for University Teachers’ Professional Autonomy

Guangwei FENG

Abstract


Teachers’ professional autonomy is not only an important condition for their occupational professionalization, but also the core content of independent schooling, and an important guarantee to improve the quality of higher education. Teachers’ professional autonomy is restricted by many factors: the national policy guidance, the internal management and the teachers’ personal professional development. They jointly create the ecological environment of teachers’ professional autonomy.


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University teachers; Professional autonomy; Ecological balance; Strategy

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

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