History of Chinese Ancient Educational Thought (Works by Zhu Yongxin on Education Series)

  • ISBN 13:


  • ISBN 10:


  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 02/05/2015
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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China enjoys a splendid ancient culture, which is inseparable from the role of cultural transmission played by the country’s system of education. As a nation that attaches great importance to education, China possesses an abundance of educational thought throughout its long history.

In History of Chinese Ancient Educational Thought, Zhu Yongxin summarizes the origin and development of Chinese ancient educational thought and elaborates on its characteristics and theoretical basis. He then introduces relevant sub-topics including the ancient Chinese conception of moral education, pedagogy, the study of being a teacher, methods of reading, the imperial examination system, traditional colleges, and private schools. Zhu provides in-depth analyses on the following topics:

  • Why Do We Need the History of Educational Thoughts
  • The Origin and Development of China’s Ancient Educational Thoughts
  • The Main Features of China’s Ancient Educational Thoughts
  • The Theoretical Base of China’s Ancient Educational Thoughts
  • The Conception of Moral Education in Ancient China
  • Teaching Theories in Ancient China
  • Sayings about Teachers in Ancient China
  • Reading Methods in Ancient China
  • The Imperial Examinations and China’s Ancient Education
  • The Academy and China’s Ancient Education
  • Elementary Education and China’s Ancient Education

History of Chinese Ancient Educational Thought discusses the changes, developments, and far-reaching impacts on future generations of education in China, and objectively presents a complete portrait of the history of Chinese ancient educational thought.

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