Investigation and Analysis on the Present Situation of Educational Belief of Normal University Students

Yanfei ZHU, Hao ZHU

Abstract


The cultivation of educational belief of normal college students is conducive to promoting the professional development of teachers, strengthening the construction of teachers' team, improving teachers' accomplishment and ensuring the healthy development of basic education.A questionnaire survey on the educational beliefs of 811 normal college students in a normal college in Chengdu shows that, A questionnaire survey on the educational beliefs of 811 normal college students in a normal college in Chengdu shows that.Although it just about 42.4% normal college students basically known the knowledge of education belief.While it’s important to set up the education belief for 95.8% of normal students. As for the lowly education profile atmosphere of society and college ,which is in short of the scientifically manage and cultivate system so that to emergent the shortage of education belief for the large mount of college normal students. For the future researching statement the different gender, grand , background, minority and free or unfree normal students to make the difference to the education belief of cognitive ability ,expectation, attitude, emotion quality. Firstly, the cultivation of normal students education belief to induce them to set up the lofty education dream mission for the ultimateness demand direction. Secondly ,it should be builded up to the roundly cultivate and stimulate system.At last, it should be increasing the normal students as themselves to the main part of self-education.


Keywords


Normal student; Education belief; Current situation; Cultivation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10939

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