“Pursuit to Be an Excellent Teacher”: Weiguo’s Narrative

  • Ju Huang
Part of the Intercultural Reciprocal Learning in Chinese and Western Education book series (IRLCWE)


This chapter illustrates Weiguo’s cross-cultural experiences in Canada as a teacher candidate. Weiguo was inspired by his experiences in Canada and created innovative activities in the first semester of teaching in China. Through reflection and professional growth in his second semester of teaching, by his third semester, he gradually became a teacher who possessed wisdom and love. In his stories of moving forward, he decided to be a model teacher.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ju Huang
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  1. 1.Southwest UniversityBeibei districtChina

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