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A Preliminary Study on the Self-Management Mode of College Teacher Professional Classes

Yan Gao


This study takes the professional classes of college teachers as the research object, and discusses the application and effect of self-management mode. The traditional teacher-led model may limit students' initiative and innovation, while the self-management model emphasizes students' subjectivity and teamwork, which is conducive to improving students' self-management ability, teamwork ability and professional skills. Through theoretical analysis and field investigation, it is found that the self-management model can stimulate students' enthusiasm for learning and improve the quality of education. However, there are also challenges in the implementation process, such as insufficient students' self-management ability and difficulties in changing teachers' roles. In general, the self-management model is of great significance for improving the teaching methods of teacher training professional classes.


Self-Management Model; Teacher Training Majors; Teamwork; Personal Development; Educational Management

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mmf.v6i9.9968