A Study of Gifted Education for Cultivating 'Top-Notch, Innovative Talent' In a Western Chinese High School
Science Journal of Education
Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2018, Pages: 94-102
Received: Jun. 19, 2018;
Published: Jun. 20, 2018
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Liu Peng, Education College, Baoji University of Arts and Sciences, Baoji, China
Hu Shaoming, Education College, Baoji University of Arts and Sciences, Baoji, China
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"Top-notch innovative talent, it is to point to in various areas especially in science, technology and management, with innovative spirit and ability, to make a significant contribution to the development of national outstanding talents." As China focuses on the cultivation of a new generation of top-notch innovative talent in its senior high schools, many difficulties have begun to emerge, which are new and perplexing to school leaders and teachers. This project followed top-notch, innovative, and talent cultivating classes at G Senior High School in western China from the perspective of educational management, in carrying out the mode and measures in the process of its, problems and reasons, and puts forward the countermeasures to solve the problems. Our study analyzed G School and specifically highlighted its programs for frequent and regular teacher training, diversification of student selection, expansion of extracurricular activities, and specialization of art education. The fourth part analyzes the problems and causes of the school's mode and measures through the production and distribution of questionnaire. The problems are mainly focused on different social recognition, Hysteresis of the cohesion of teachers’ quality, low quality of students, science orientation curriculum setting, and low graduation output rates. In the fifth part, the author makes suggestions to improve innovative talents teaching and management in senior high schools through cooperation with universities, as well as increasing media visibility and public awareness, professional training and qualification assessment, scientific student selection and expansion enrollment, balancing the courses and strengthening liberal education, and multiple outputs.
Innovative Talent, Senior High School, Mode, Measures
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A Study of Gifted Education for Cultivating 'Top-Notch, Innovative Talent' In a Western Chinese High School, Science Journal of Education.
Vol. 6, No. 3,
2018, pp. 94-102.
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