Research on Utilization of Online Resources Among Kindergarten Teachers in Rural Areas

Xiaoguang YU


After the entry into the online era, the Internet has grown up to be an indispensable part of people’s life and work. This research, through questionnaires and interviews, studies the employment of online resources among kindergarten teachers in rural areas from 12 districts and counties in Chongqing, China. Based on the results of the survey, suggestions will be proposed to improve online resources utilization among countryside kindergarten teachers.


Kindergarten teachers in rural areas; Online resources; Utilization

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