Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Based on Learning Experiences and Rewards of College Students: An Investigation From Guangxi, China

Xiaohong LI, Yanyang ZHENG

Abstract


Learning experiences of college students are the main index for representing scholarship learned by college students which include family backgrounds, supporting campus environment, individual efforts of the students themselves, and social communication, utilization of university resources, study activities, course work and learning rewards. Therein it is the supporting campus environment, study activities, social communication and utilization of university resources that have important influence on learning rewards of college students. For the purpose of analyzing scholarship taught by teachers from the scholarship learned by students, first, we should carry out training on teachers in accordance with scholarship activities and purports of students to fit for the interests and demands thereof; secondly, we should lay stress on construction of campus environment to promote the combination of scholarship both learned by students and taught by teachers, and simultaneously, effectively taking advantage of utilization and development of university resources, to serve for the development of teachers and students all the better; lastly, either scholarship learned by students or taught by teachers needs joint efforts of multiple subjects asthe teachers, students and universities.


Keywords


College students; Learning experiences; Rewards; Scholarship of teaching; Training on teachers

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5936

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