The Dilemma and Reconstruction Path of Quasi Teacher Professional Learning Community

Dengshan ZHANG, Wenyuan TIAN


Quasi teacher professional learning community refers to a group of quasi teachers who share, reflect and cooperate with each other to explore and pursue common learning as a special organizational form. At present, the quasi teacher professional learning community has many difficulties, such as breakthrough, unclear development goal, lack of evaluation standards, lack of resources and system guarantee, and lack of equality, sharing and communication environment. The reconstruction of teacher professional learning community, can guide the establishment of people-oriented concept, prospective teachers learning community from spontaneous state to conscious state, the establishment of knowledge sharing mechanism, the formation of multi style professional leading mechanism and mode, to create a school management system to achieve the path of


Quasi teacher; Professional learning community; Dilemma; Reconstruction; School management system

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