ChnStd  Vol.3 No.1 , February 2014
Teaching and Learning in Chinese Schools: Core Values and Pedagogic Philosophy
Author(s) David Halpin
ABSTRACT
To understand better teaching and learning in schools in modern China, it is not enough to see its pedagogic philosophy as merely a reflection of communist ideology. Core values derived from China’s ancient civilization, especially the teachings of Confucius, arguably exert as much, maybe more, influence.

Cite this paper
Halpin, D. (2014) Teaching and Learning in Chinese Schools: Core Values and Pedagogic Philosophy. Chinese Studies, 3, 1-3. doi: 10.4236/chnstd.2014.31001.
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