New View of Postmodernism on Local Normal Universities’ Postgraduate Education Reform in China

Jingzhi Zan, Rensheng Han


Postmodernism has risen from 60’s of last century and had a wide range of influence on the world. However, to date, no consensus has been reached on its definition. While anchoring to “adaptation” and “development”, postmodernism could be redefined. By analyzing problems existing in teaching objective, curriculum, teaching methods, result assessment of current local normal universities’ postgraduate education in China, and taking advantage of the new view of postmodernism, four strategies for reform are provided.

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