Problems and Strategies of Young Female Teachers’ Professional Development in Application University

Ying hui PAN


National reform on higher education has been taken in recent years. National medium and long-term plan for education reform and development (2010-2020) propose to improve the quality of higher education and to build faculty team with profession and morals. Young female teachers in application university face chance and challenge. Their professional morals, academic knowledge, teaching skills and scientific research ability are necessary to be improved in accordance with reform. The status of their professional development is analyzed deeply and some problems are explored. Then some strategies are proposed to promote teachers’ development and higher education reform.


Professional development; Young female teachers; Application university

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