The Current Situation, Problems and Development Path of Chinese Preschool Pre-Service Teachers Education: The Empirical Research Based on Students’ Satisfaction

Yunjia LIANG, Yunyan LIU

Abstract


Being the first part of integration of preschool teacher’s education, preschool teachers’ pre-service education lays significant foundation for the development of teachers’ education and development of teachers. On the foundation of students’ satisfaction, the research takes quantitative research as the main methods to investigate the fundamental situation of Chinese preschool pre-service teachers’ education. As the result shows, students are not so satisfied with Chinese preschool pre-service teachers education. The main problems are: lacking cares for students and completed life and shortage of the consideration of educational situations. In order to prompt the education of Chinese preschool pre-service teachers education, the value of “students oriented” should be determined, the comprehensive “whole person education” should be realized and the education mode of “experience-inspiration” should be established.


Keywords


Students’ satisfaction; Preschool pre-service teachers education; Current situation; Development path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F5024

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