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Aesthetic Creation and the Art of Education
Based on aesthetic principles， this article argues that in order to make teaching and learning in the classroom an exciting experience， a teacher， during her teaching， must have play impulses， imagination， and feeling. She is advised to seek the guidance of teaching experts to perfect herself in skills. Methods about how to keep a delicate distance-limit with the learner and maintain a balance between “doing” and “undergoing” during the process of teaching are also recommended to her.
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