Teaching the Chinese Learner: Psychological and Pedagogical Perspectives
David A. Watkins, John Burville Biggs
Comparative Education Research Centre, 2001 - Education - 306 pages
This book analyzes the ways in which teachers in Hong Kong and China think about their teaching, and the ways in which they conduct their teaching. Differences between Chinese and Western approaches to teaching are identified, and lessons are drawn for educational reform.
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