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On the Construction of the Course “Instruction of Academic Planning for Normal Students” in Chinese Normal Universities

Yun Pei

Abstract


The course “Instruction of Academic Planning for Normal Students” is the core content of academic planning education for normal students. Due to the current lack of academic planning for normal students in China, the absence of academic planning education for normal students, and the need to implement the reform policy of teacher education, it is very necessary to build this course. The content of the course should include four parts: understanding the environment, understanding learning, seeing the future clearly, and learning to plan, with emphasis on practical teaching.

Keywords


Normal students; academic planning; curriculum construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/le.v9i6.1338

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