Subjects’ Symbiosis: Evolution and Generation of Views of Teaching Quality

Tian CHEN, Dequan ZHU

Abstract


Views of teaching quality are people’s cognition and comprehension about teaching quality, which should change with era development and development demands of subjects, i.e., teachers and students. It goes through “teaching-oriented”, “learning-oriented”, “student-oriented” and “people-oriented” development history. A people-oriented new-type view of teaching quality requires that symbiotic development of teachers and students should be a core concept and quality of teachers and students’ symbiotic development should be an evaluation index to drive teachers and students to develop from difference coexistence to symbiotic circulation and until symbiosis and common prosperity in teaching activities. Reasonable construction and optimization of dynamic mechanism, influencing mechanism and link mechanism are an important guarantee on which views of subjects’ symbiosis teaching quality can be generated.

Keywords


Subjects’ symbiosis; Views of teaching quality; Evolution; Mechanism

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