On the New Paradigm of National Unity Education to College Students: Based on the Perspective of Communicative Practice



From the perspective of production practice, the national unity education emphasizes, in educational relations, teachers are in the dominant position with teacher-centered tendencies, and college students are in the object position, heavily politicized in the content, infusion emphasizing on the method, class in the approach, so that the penetration of national unity education to college students is insufficient, lack of pertinence, and the effectiveness is not strong. With the theory of communicative practice, guiding and caring national unity education to college students will implement the change of educational relations between the subject and object, the reconstruction of the education field, the enrichment of the education goals and contents, the transformation of the education ways and methods, and give rise to the new paradigm of national unity education to college students.


College students; National unity education; New paradigm

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