An Innovative Exploration on Primary and Secondary School Class Management

Pei LIU

Abstract


If there is no innovation, there will be no development. Only innovation can bring about development. Innovation is a new starting point, is the soul of progress, and so is class management. In order to change the ordinary management situation, go out of the plight of the old management mode, change the current situation and continue to move forward, we must have considerations on class management innovation and have a study on class management innovation. Based on the analysis of current class management, from the perspective of class management innovation, by elucidating the nature of class management, this article discusses on the innovation of primary and secondary school class management in four aspects including management thinking, management organization, management evaluation and management method, in order to improve the effectiveness and development of class management, and ultimately achieve the purpose of class.


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Primary and secondary school; Class management; Innovation

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