4 edition of Portraits of influential Chinese educators found in the catalog.
Portraits of influential Chinese educators
2006 by Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong in Hong Kong, China .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 372-379) and index.
|Series||CERC studies in comparative education -- 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 398 p. :|
|Number of Pages||398|
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It does so through portraits of eleven influential educators whose ideas have shaped the educational reforms initiated by Deng Xiaoping in The book makes Chinese civilization concrete through the drama of the real lives of educators and provides glimpses into the educational context of China’s recent move onto the world : Ruth Hayhoe.
Most of these studies have been framed within Western social science parameters, integrating an objectivist assessment of Chinese education into the international research literature. This book conveys an understanding of China’s educational development from within, through portraits of eleven influential educators whose ideas have shaped the educational reforms initiated by Deng Xiaoping Author: Ruth Hayhoe.
This book conveys an understanding of China’s educational development from within. It does so through portraits of eleven influential educators whose ideas have shaped the educational reforms initiated by Deng Xiaoping in Brand: Springer Netherlands.
This book conveys an understanding of China’s educational development from within. It does so through portraits of eleven influential educators whose ideas have shaped the educational reforms initiated by Deng Xiaoping in These eleven educators are portrayed in.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: portraits ; 25 cm. Contents: Ch. Creating the portraits --an interpretive framework --Ch. Chengxu --a leading figure in comparative education --Ch. Bingde --pioneer of learning theory and educational experimentation --Ch. Jiusi --a visionary university leader --Ch.
Portraits Of Influential Chinese Educators About The Portraits, whether graphic or verbal, have distinct purposes and values.
A portrait typically involves both foreground and background features. Professor Ruth Hayhoe has produced a whole gallery of valuable portraits in the present book.
This book conveys an understanding of China’s educational development from within, through portraits of eleven influential educators whose ideas have shaped the educational reforms initiated by Deng Xiaoping in This book unravels the mysteries of the Chinese school system to enable international scholars to better understand the logic of basic education in China.
By collecting the latest, first-hand empirical data, it outlines a panoramic and vivid portrait of Chinese schools from principals’, teachers’. The book unravels the mysteries of the Chinese school system to enable international scholars to better understand the logic of basic education in China.
By collecting the latest, first-hand empirical data, it outlines a panoramic and vivid portrait of Chinese schools from principals’, teachers’. This is an essay about research methodology, particularly the use of narrative method, in a project which depicts portraits of 10 influential educators of China.
The essay begins with reflections on the dialogue of civilizations and the potential future influence of Chinese civilization in the global by: 4.
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