A Study on Problems and Strategies of Curriculum Resources Development and Utilization by Teachers in Rural Junior Middle School: A Case Study of A County of Sichuan Province in China



Curriculum resources are the source for forming curriculum and the essential condition for curriculum implementation, that is to say, meeting the requirements of curriculum activities. The role and value of the curriculum resources can be realized by practitioners’ discovery and effective utilization. What’s more, teachers are the subject of developing and utilizing curriculum resources, and their quality determines the identification range, development and utilization degree, and benefit level of curriculum resources. This paper regards junior middle school teachers of a county, Sichuan, as the respondents, in which it has already implemented the curriculum reform. In this way, the rural junior middle school teachers’ awareness and ability to develop and utilize curriculum resources and the influencing factors can be known from the aspects of teachers’ understanding, requirements and the degree of curriculum resources development and utilization. At last, corresponding suggestions will be put forward.


Teacher; Curriculum resources; Development and utilization

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