The External Path of Professional Development for Old Teachers Under the New Curriculum Reform in China
The New Curriculum Reform in China from 2001 has not only made new demands for teachers in primary and secondary schools, but also offered new opportunities for teachers' professional development. Many research results show that the co-effect of a variety of factors contributes to teacher's professional development. So for old teachers in primary and secondary schools who are in the late career and lack of motivation, it is difficult to achieve professional development only by their personal power. The school administrators should provide old teachers with external support by implementing the humanized management, eliminating the policy discrimination in schools, building a platform for achievements and constructing teacher culture based on cooperation.
Key Words: Old teacher; Professional development; Management
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