The Creation of Meaningful Situation: Study of Life Education Mode for Undergraduate Seed Teachers

Wei CHEN, Zhenyue MA, Lin LU

Abstract


As members of the first generation of universities seed teachers under the Project “Beyond 5.12” with life education, the authors discuss in this paper the creation of an educational situation on the basis of the situated cognition theory and the situational education mode, expecting that the second generation of undergraduate seed teachers can truly accept and agree with the idea of life education and promote their self-growth. Compared with the initial mode of the project, the current meaningful situation mode changes the roles, tasks and approaches of teachers and students, so that students’ subjectivity is strengthened and students can be better connected with others during the whole process. The present mode creates the meaning situation of life education and receives positive feedback from students.

Keywords


Life education; Meaning situation; Subjectivity; Companion

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.hess.1927024020130502.2655

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