On Family-School-Symbiosis Paradigm for Education Development

Xiaomei FAN


Family is the space-time field which entails the closest connection with the individual development. To promote the all-round development of individuals is the common goal of family and school. At present, the practical situation in China’s education is that family shirks its responsibility for education, and society resigns itself from education. Taking symbiotic theory as the theoretical foundation, this study proposes the family-school-symbiosis paradigm for education development, and attempts to seek pragmatic ways to practice such paradigm upon the analysis of the realistic difficulties of family education and social education.


Family-school relationship; Family-school-symbiosis; Paradigm; Sysmbiosis paradigm; Education development

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