Cultural Responsibility of Subjects in Moral Education in Colleges and Universities

Chunyan Chen, Yinglin Li

Abstract


In a new era, to come to full understanding of the cultural responsibility of subjects in moral education in colleges and universities is an internal demand of modern educational theory for overall development of both teachers and students, and is the premise to play the leading role of teachers and mobilize the subjectivity of university students. At the same time, this also guides the direction for teachers and students to carry out moral education activities in colleges and universities. This article explains the responsibility of subjects in moral education in colleges and universities from the perspective of culture.

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