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Review of Educational Theory is a journal that involves the realm of education. it aims to stimulate a problem-oriented, critical approach to research and practice, with an increasing emphasis on interdisciplinary and international perspectives. The journal publishes original peer-reviewed papers across the field of education research and management, covering all levels of education throughout the life span and all forms of learning. Innovative and profound articles with unique perspectives are greatly encouraged,all papers published reflect the highest quality in a wide range of perspectives, topics, contexts, and methods.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Basic theory of education
  • Higher education management
  • Teacher education
  • Curriculum and teaching theory
  • Educational policy and management
  • Educational economy and Finance
  • Comparative education
  • Sociology of education
  • Instructional design
  • Basic education curriculum and teaching reform
  • Educational management
  • Education evaluation

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Vol 5, No 2 (2022)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Wen Lai, Han Lai, Fang Zheng

Article ID: 3065
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Abstract: The use of learners’ L1 (first language) in the EFL classroom has been widely discussed in the literature. However, the use of local dialects has received less attention. Thus, this study investigates the use of Enshi dialect in EFL classroom in junior high schools in order to explore how teachers deploy the learners’ own dialect in EFL classroom and its ...
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Jing Wen, Miaoxin Wei, Shuting Wu, Kaidong Liu

Article ID: 4477
Views - 26  (Abstract) PDF - 7  (Download)
Abstract:Students are very interested in the Inquiry experiment of Simulating the formation of protective colors. However, it is often influenced by the subjective factors of students in practice, so the simulation experiment is improved twice in teaching. After the second improvement, the experiment achieves good results....
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Xinyu Wang, Yuhan Sun, Jie Xian, Mengying Lv

Article ID: 4522
Views - 31  (Abstract) PDF - 8  (Download)
Abstract: In recent years, cases of juvenile delinquency have gradually increased, mainly due to indulging in games to kill people; blindly pursuing grades, and committing suicide by jumping off buildings when the rates are unsatisfactory; some divorced families do not care for their children and thus commit crimes, or some parents dote on their children. The child...
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Xiao Zhao, Qian Liu

Article ID: 4531
Views - 42  (Abstract) PDF - 8  (Download)
Abstract: In the past 40 years of reform and opening up, the political, economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and other countries have been increasing. In particular, with the opening of the doors to the outside world, the intermingling and collision of various cultures and trends from the East and the West have affected the practice and dev...
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Jianjun Zhang

Article ID: 4704
Views - 34  (Abstract) PDF - 10  (Download)
Abstract:“Key competence” has become a hot vocabulary in educational reform in recent years. However, the essential connotation and specific generation mechanism of “competence” as its basic concept are still far from clear, and often controversial due to vague expressions. The rise of the concept of “key competence undoubtedly originated in the West, but in the cont...
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