eBook Berkshire Essentials: Education in China : Educational History, Models, and Initiatives, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1933782234
  • ISBN-13: 9781933782232
  • DDC: 370.951
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 444 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released July 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

Education in China, a Berkshire Essential, provides unique coverage about learning at all levels. China has the largest higher-education system in the world, and the Chinese are known worldwide as top students and scholars.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Board and Staff.
Table of Contents.
List of Contributors.
Introduction: Understanding Chinese Education in the Twenty-First Century.
1: History and Tradition.
2: Confucianism.
3: Confucian Ethics.
4: Confucianism—Revival.
5: Neo-Confucianism.
6: Hundred Schools of Thought.
7: Legalist School.
8: Old Prose Movement.
9: Academies.
10: Hanlin Academy.
11: Civil Service Examinations.
12: Eight-Legged Essay.
13: Four Books and Five Classics.
14: I Ching (Classic of Changes).
15: Zhongyong (Doctrine of the Mean).
16: Figures, Events, and Institutions.
17: Confucius.
18: Mencius.
19: Mozi.
20: Xunzi.
21: Laozi.
22: Zhuangzi.
23: Zhu Xi.
24: Wang Yangming.
25: Yung Wing.
26: Zhang Zhidong.
27: Kang Youwei.
28: Liang Qichao.
29: Cai Yuanpei.
30: Hu Shi.
31: Liang Shuming.
32: Tao Xingzhi.
33: Y. C. James Yen.
34: Joseph Needham.
35: John Dewey.
36: Mao Zedong.
37: Hundred Days Reform.
38: May Fourth Movement.
39: Hundred Flowers Campaign.
40: Great Leap Forward.
41: Education and the Cultural Revolution.
42: Red Guard Organizations.
43: Peking University.
44: Tsinghua University.
45: Fudan University.
46: University of Science and Technology of China.
47: National Southwest Associated University.
48: Central University for Nationalities.
49: St. John’s University.
50: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
51: Needham Research Institute.
52: Academia Sinica.
53: National Taiwan University.
54: Contemporary Chinese Education.
55: Contemporary Education System.
56: Compulsory Education.
57: Vocational Education.
58: Special Education.
59: Higher Education.
60: Massification of Higher Education.
61: Higher Education and Institutional Diversification.
62: Teacher Education.
63: Adult Education.
64: Gifted Education.
65: Minority Education.
66: Environmental Education.
67: Foreign Language Education.
68: Management Education.
69: Moral Education.
70: Private Education.
71: Physical Education.
72: Sexual Health Education.
73: Education Laws.
74: Educational Technology.
75: Distance Education.
76: Digital Divide.
77: Schooling and Migration.
78: Gender Inequality.
79: School Choice.
80: Project Hope.
81: National Higher Education Entrance Examination.
82: CERNET (China Education and Research Network).
83: Undergraduate Program Evaluation.
84: University Rankings.
85: Globalization and Internationalization of Chinese Education.
86: Missionary Education.
87: Self-Strengthening Movement.
88: Confucius Institutes.
89: Hopkins–Nanjing Center.
90: HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test).
91: Brain Drain.
92: China Scholarship Council.
93: Chinese-Foreign Joint Ventures in Education.
94: International Schools.
95: Accreditation of International Schools.
96: World-Class University Initiative.
97: China’s Contribution to Global Education.
Index.