Researches on China Preschool Education Teachers’ Participatory Training Mode

Yunyan LIU, Shaoren CHENG, Chenchen YANG

Abstract


As the concept of participatory training has been disseminated to pedagogy area, traditional preschool teacher training continuously conflicts with such training of modern mode. In China, in the field of preschool education, participatory training for teachers has been established gradually. This mode is centered on group dynamics to form a constant group dynamics system under the interactive checks and balances of three mechanisms of driving force: the driving force, the cohesive force and the binding force. This thesis mainly elaborates the basic key elements of group structure on the basis of the participatory training mode’s dynamics structure and operation mechanism, and in detail analyzes the main guarantee conditions for healthy operation of the participatory training mode.


Keywords


Pre-school education; Participatory training; Dynamic structure; Basic elements

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4640

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