Research of Current Situation and Problems in the Interview of Kindergarten Teacher Qualification in China

Huilan YUE, Yunyan LIU

Abstract


This research is based on the proposal that interviews of teacher qualification in china should be situational interviews and as to existing problems in current implementation procedures and examiner composition of interviews of national teacher qualification, the research proposes suggestions of emphasizing the working analysis on key events of kindergarten teachers, guaranteeing homogeneity of interview questions, developing anchoring scale, and suggesting the establishment of examiner qualification system.


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Teacher qualification exam in china; Structured interview; Situational interview

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