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Cultivation of Teachers' Morality of Primary School Normal Students in the New Era

Cheng Hu


Teachers' morality has experienced the development from ancient times to the new era. There are different requirements for teachers' morality in different times. In the new era, the Party and the state vigorously promote the construction of teachers' ethics, and have strict requirements for teachers' ethics in various schools. At present, teachers' morality is most closely related to in-service teachers, and teachers' morality also affects the growth and development of students. However, among primary school education normal students, the awareness of cultivating teachers' morality is weak. As the preparers of future teachers, primary school education normal students need to deeply understand the cultivation of teachers' morality of college primary school education students from the aspects of training status, influencing factors and solutions.


Morality; Primary School Education; Influencing Factors; New Era

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i4.4376