Research on Status Quo of Preschool Education Majors’ Professional Consciousness

Wei XIA

Abstract


This paper made a research on the professional consciousness of freshmen, sophomores who major in preschool education in three universities through questionnaires and interviews, and analyzed the survey data by using SPSS statistical software 17.0. The results show that preschool education majors’ professional consciousness needs improvement. There are differences between their levels in terms of their genders, origins, regions, grades and admission modes. Universities should enhance students’ professional identity consciousness pertinently; professional teachers can strengthen the cultivation of students’ professional subject consciousness step by step; actively conduct the home-school cooperation and establish a good team to improve and enhance students’ professional consciousness together.


Keywords


Preschool education; Professional consciousness; Undergraduates

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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