Revolutionizing ritual interaction in the classroom : constructing the Chinese renaissance of the 21st century.

Abstract

Over the past decade, educational leaders in China have maintained that the pattern of social interactions in Chinese classrooms is not conducive to the cultivation of innovativeness and creativity, and that this lack of creativity is a major barrier to China’s global competitiveness. One key response has been the implementation of the 2001 “New Curriculum Reforms” in basic education.

Citation

Modern China (2009) 35 (6) 632-661 [DOI: 10.1177/0097700409338001]

Revolutionizing ritual interaction in the classroom : constructing the Chinese renaissance of the 21st century.

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