Character First

Xiao-chuan REN


The fundamental task of education is to cultivate talents. Our students are supposed to acquire knowledge and more importantly they should learn to be people with good character. Focusing on the cultivation of students’ moral development and stimulation of their high self-discipline are the cornerstones of their life. In the current waves of globalization, good character can direct to a meaningful and fruitful life.
Key words: character; education; cultivation

Résumé: La tâche fondamentale de l'éducation est de cultiver les talents. Nos élèves sont censés de pourvoir acquérir des connaissances et, surtout, ils devraient apprendre à être des gens avec un bon caractère. L'accent mis sur la cultivation du développement moral des élèves et la stimulation d'une haute autodiscipline sont les pierres de soubassement de leur vie. Dans la vague actuelle de mondialisation, un bon caractère peut les diriger vers une vie significative et fructueuse.
Mots-Clés: caractère; education; cultivation

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