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Research on the Construction of Excellent Classes for College Students in China in the New Era
As a basic unit for Chinese college students’ self-education, self-management and self-service, class is also a campus management method with Chinese characteristics and the main carrier for construction of school spirit and study style. The rapid development of global economy fuelled by the Internet entails escalating demands for comprehensive and innovative talents with diverse capabilities by the international community. Consequently, to meet the needs of the society, Chinese universities are propelling cultivation of comprehensive and innovative talents, exploring training mechanisms such as general enrollment, credit system and collegiate system. At present, college students are identifying their personal development goals according to the social needs and their personal characteristics and preferences, generating diversified demands for higher education. However, failing to meet the current demands, the traditional class model faces multiple problems such as poorly organized classes, team-spirit-absent students, negative guiding effect and bad style of study. In view of the existing drawbacks, based on K. Lewin's group dynamics, this paper analyzes the characteristics of four excellent classes in Chinese colleges by means of literature research and multi-case study, providing reference for the construction of excellent class for college students in the new era.
Fang, Z., & Lei, Q. (2020, June), Research on the Construction of Excellent Classes for College Students in China in the New Era Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual On line . 10.18260/1-2--35151
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