Discussion on the Role of “Head Teacher” in China’s Basic Education

Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 7(2), 943-948.

6 Pages Posted: 1 Apr 2021

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Longjun Zhou

Jiangsu Second Normal University

Fangmei Li

Nanjing Institute of Dianji Psychological Education

Insights Publisher

The BASE

Date Written: March 30, 2021

Abstract

From the perspective of the development of education, the initial reason for the emergence of schools is to enable students to master specific knowledge and skills required by society. In this process, it is inevitable to undertake the task of cultivating students’ ideology and morality. Before the 18th century, due to the relatively low level of social development and education, the two functions of “teaching” and “educating” were often intertwined in the education process.

Keywords: School Management

Suggested Citation

Zhou, Longjun and Li, Fangmei and Insights, Publisher, Discussion on the Role of “Head Teacher” in China’s Basic Education (March 30, 2021). Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 7(2), 943-948., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3816985 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3816985

Longjun Zhou (Contact Author)

Jiangsu Second Normal University ( email )

Nanjing
China

Fangmei Li

Nanjing Institute of Dianji Psychological Education ( email )

China

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