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|Other Titles:||Mainland China's Curriculum Reform: Retrospect and Prospect|
Department od Education, NTNU
In is paper, author explores the advancing course of Mainland China’s curriculum reform in the second half of the 20th century, and analyses the status quo, and prospects for the first half of the 21st century. Firstly, the course was divided into five stages: rebuilt, Sovietized, revolutionized, renewed and reformed. Secondly, the actual curriculum was much more rigid and conservative, and so people began to receive the progressive idea of the child-centred curriculum. Finally, the author points out that Mainland China’s curriculum reform in the first half of the 21st century would consist of several actions: gestating new views of great curriculum, and establishing new mechanism of the curriculum reform, and clarifying the educational aims, and developing the system of the objectives, and renovation the contents or learning experiences, and developing the system of curriculum evaluation, and constructing the pluralistic curriculum system.
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