The Exploration of Primary School Teachers’ Self-expectation Under the 5+2 Education Model – Take Nan’an City as an Example

Abstract

China is implementing a series of" Further Reduce the Burden of Homework and After-School Tutoring on Students in Compulsory Education" ("Double Reduction") policy, the aim of the double reduction policy is to ensure the quality of students' learning and to require schools to improve after-school services to reduce the burden on families. This research mainly uses the method of questionnaire surveys to explore the 5+2 education model of primary school teachers (N=156) in Nan'an City, Quanzhou City, Eastern Fujian Province (5+2 education model, that is, after-school service is carried out 5 days a week, and the time of after-school service is not less than 2 hours a day). The results show that the work and rest adjustment of primary school teachers can affect their self-expectation under the 5+2 education model, which affects their coordination with policies. Through the survey results, this paper puts forward targeted solutions in order to improve teachers' cooperation with the new policy, guide teachers to focus on education and improve teaching quality.



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You RuSong, Nanning Normal University, China
Sung FangChun, Nanning Normal University, China

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Conference: ACEID2022
Stream: Primary & Secondary Education

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To cite this article:
RuSong Y., & FangChun S. (2022) The Exploration of Primary School Teachers’ Self-expectation Under the 5+2 Education Model – Take Nan’an City as an Example ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2022 Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2189-101X.2022.19
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2189-101X.2022.19


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