The Connotation Analysis and Path Exploration of Teacher Training Under the Background of Intelligent Era

Ling HUANG, Ying ZHONG, Ying LIU

Abstract


with the advent of the intelligent era, the society put forward new requirements for the knowledge structure and ability of talents. As engineers of human soul, teachers have the responsibility to shoulder the great mission of the times. As a crucial means of teachers’ professional development, teacher training is an important guarantee for education quality and talent training. By combing and analyzing the new characteristics of education in the intelligent era and its opportunities and challenges to teachers’ professional quality, this paper puts forward the Countermeasures of teachers’ training under the new situation, so as to improve teachers’ professional quality and meet the new needs of talents in the intelligent era.

Keywords


Intelligent era; Intelligent education; Teacher training; Teachers’ professional quality

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