On the Nature of Harmonious Education and School Transformation

Wang You-Sheng; Zhang Xing
December 2009
Qingdao Daxue Shifanxueyuan Xuebao/Journal of Teachers College Q;2009, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p5
Academic Journal
The idea of "harmonious education" has a long history, and it is especially important today. The essential meaning of harmonious education means, firstly, a harmonious development of the student; secondly, a harmonious process of classroom teaching; and thirdly, an improvement of the school management. Based on the idea of harmonious education, the educator should make the whole curriculum development, pay more attention to the diversity of the student, and establish a new school system.


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