Teaching and Learning in Chinese Schools: Core Values and Pedagogic Philosophy

Abstract

To understand better teaching and learning in schools in modern China, it is not enough to see its pedagogic philosophy as merely a reflection of communist ideology. Core values derived from China’s ancient civilization, especially the teachings of Confucius, arguably exert as much, maybe more, influence.

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Halpin, D. (2014) Teaching and Learning in Chinese Schools: Core Values and Pedagogic Philosophy. Chinese Studies, 3, 1-3. doi: 10.4236/chnstd.2014.31001.

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