Necessity Research on Reflecting “Student Oriented” Education From Ecoaesthetics



“Student oriented” is foundation of education. Students’ development is the basis of existence and development of education. Facing modern ecological and spirit crisis, how to develop education, and which kind to be developed and other questions about education exist, should get proper answers as soon as possible. Ecoaesthetics provides a new education thinking mode. Ecoaesthetics education emphasizes on stimulating, adjusting, guiding and blending life rhythm of student as subject. It gives education a new spirit guide through value, behavior as well as exist form. This changes and removes traditional subject-object dual opposite thinking ways, and gives rise to a revolution of education thinking mode. It is “student oriented”, cares about and cherishes human value, should pay more attention to higher-level interaction between human and nature (or kind). Present education should break through utilitarian tie. Human being should be sublimated to ecology as a whole. Ecoaesthetics which stresses nonutility, inter-construction and integrality provides a new methodology instruction. On the basis of exploration on connotation and extension of ecoaesthetics, this paper, from saving education moral crisis, rectifying individual competitiveness and segregation phenomenon of co-evolution as well as “student oriented” ecoaesthetics, explores necessity of “student oriented” education reflection from ecoaesthetics, provides some theoretical value for education returning to human needs and life demands.


Student oriented; Ecoaesthetics; Co-prosperity; Moral crisis; Educational purposes; Spiritual home

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