The Affective Dimension of Teacher Education: Based on Interaction Between Personal Academic Interest, Social Change and Education Reform

  • Xiaoman ZhuEmail author
Part of the New Frontiers of Educational Research book series (NFER)


This chapter is based on the speech I gave on the Second Global Summit of Teacher Education held at Beijing Normal University in 2014. Thank the conference for giving me this speaking opportunity. I am now an old teacher at the Institute of Teacher Education, the Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University.


Teacher Education Education Reform Educational Quality Curriculum Reform Emotional Competence 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Center for Teacher Education ResearchBeijing Normal UniversityBeijingChina

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