Research on Pre-Service Teachers Multicultural Understanding: A Case Study of Exchange Student In Southwest University

Juan SHI


Facing the global challenges of teacher education development and reform, the cultivation of teachers need to international vision and multicultural understanding. This paper selected exchange students of southwest university they went to university of Windsor as a case study, used interview and questionnaire survey research methods, explored the exchange students the basic understanding and view about multicultural understanding; It is attempted to explain the Chinese students at the university of Windsor during the internship experience culture influence, further find the multicultural understanding on the significance and value of pre-service teachers’ professional development.


Pre-service teachers; Multicultural understanding; Exchange students

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