A Comparison of Teaching Models in the West and in China

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Zhang, Ji-Ping and Collis, Betty (1996) A Comparison of Teaching Models in the West and in China. Journal of Instructional Science and Technology, 1 (1). ISSN 1324-0781

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Abstract:Models of teaching commonly used in the West and in China are analyzed and compared, using an analytical approach that systematically considers different aspects of the models. The purpose of the exploration is three-fold: (a) to create better understanding of both Chinese and Western models, for mutual insight and to strengthen the development of pedagogical theory building in China; (b) to guide a joint project between the Netherlands and China relative to the development computer-related learning resources for China; and (c) to contribute to better overall understanding of how instructional resources can be adapted for use in both Western and Chinese situations. The analysis provides a contribution for each of these goals.

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