China’s Teacher-Student Relations in the Period of Modernization (1982-1992): A Comparative Study
|Author: ||Gao, Bao Qiang|
This book examines the significance of China’s open-door policy to comparative education and its effect on Chinese educators. It considers traditional forms of the Chinese teacher-student relationship and how differences in pedagogical theory in China and the West influence this relationship.
“What is now emerging, through a handful of works such as this, is the basis for genuine re-appraisal of Chinese intellectual and social traditions, allowing us to understand the most basic and important of all pedagogical issues- the nature of the relationship between teacher and student, and the means of interpreting the kind of exchange evident in my decades-old recollection.” – Dr. Trevor Hay, University of Melbourne
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