Simple Comment on the Three Aspects Urgent to Be Strengthened in Current Teaching Method Reform of China

Yiming REN


The reform of teaching method aims to change and remold the proportional relationships, morphological structures, and activity patterns of various inappropriate factors that appeared in the teaching process, then achieve the teaching goal, complete the teaching task with high quality. Obviously, the reform conception of those relationships, structures and patterns has been accepted by most teachers; in addition, it guides and leads the thoughts of teaching method reform in Chinese schools. This text focuses on analyzing some reform conceptions used recently, and three aspects that are urgent to be strengthened in the contemporary teaching method reform of China.


Teaching method; Reform; Three aspects.

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Mo, G. (2010). Classical teaching method. Fujian: Fujian Education Press.

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