Research on Art Teaching in International High School

Boyu Zhou


Adapting to the comprehensive promotion of quality-oriented education today, advocating art education has been
widely concerned by people in recent years. In China’s traditional educational environment, art education in China’s international
high schools will face challenges. This paper outlines several typical problems that art education faces in developing international
high schools in China and provides relatively operable and effective solutions based on practical teaching research.


Art Education; International High School; Quality-oriented Education

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i2.2254


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