Study on the Current Situation and Countermeasures of the Teachers’ Professional Quality in Primary and Middle Schools in Qiang Area in China

Shengli ZHU, Haidie ZHAO


A questionnaire is designed to survey the professional knowledge, professional skills and professional attitude of the teachers in primary and middle schools in Qiang area. The results show that these teachers’ professional quality has had much progress in recent years, but there are still some problems worthy of attention. The article put forward some suggestions which aims to promote the professional development of these teachers in Qiang area.


The teachers in primary and middle school in Qiang area; Teachers’ professional quality; Development

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