On the Development of School-Based Curriculum for Symbiosis Education in Ethnic Regions

Dazhong ZHOU


The introduction of foreign culture brings about a powerful impact on ethnic culture. In the meanwhile, the ecological environment in ethnic regions gets even worse because of blind and excessive exploitation of resources. This is the current situation the ethnic regions are faced with. The idea of the symbiosis education can contribute to improving the present situation because it is aimed at interacting human and nature, ethnic culture and mainstream culture. Moreover, the development of school-based curriculum in ethnic regions helps to accomplish the symbiosis education because it can educate the people in the ethnic regions, inherit the ethnic culture and reflect the mainstream culture.


Ethnic regions; School-based curriculum; Symbiosis education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5935


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