The Plight and Solution of the Professional Development of Young Teachers in Secondary Vocational Schools

Li ZHANG, Saiqiao LI, Li FANG


This paper provides possible solutions to the problems of young teachers’ professional development in secondary vocational schools based on the professional teacher’s standard. The students should first decide the orientation and design the plan, and then improve their own literacy in order to meet the professional teachers’ standard, entering firms to practice and improve educational and teaching competence. In response to the teaching practice, they could apply reflective teaching. The secondary vocational school should increase investment to build a security and assessment mechanism.


Secondary vocational school; Young teachers’ development; Problem; Solution

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