Problems in Class Teaching in Chinese Universities and Countermeasures in Teaching Reform

Danhong MA


Now according to the current conditions of Chinese talent market, Chinese higher education has not functioned enough in cultivating pragmatic talent with strong creativity, there is a necessity in reforming class teaching for Chinese universities. It depends on many factors when it comes to the point that how higher education cultivates creative spirit and ability of the students. It requires the educational ideas and educational concepts in the new century to guide the reform and practice; it has to start from reforming traditional teaching mode, creativity and choice will help cultivate students’ logic and ability and develop the new class teaching mode that can promote the students comprehensively. As the core and key of educational reform, class teaching directly relates to the quality of talent cultivation. It shall fully develop the function of the orientation of the policies and stimulate activity and initiative of the teachers so as to promote class teaching reform and establish relevant management system guaranty.


Chinese universities; Class teaching; Learning concept; Teaching reform; Policy orientation; Teaching contents

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