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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 1 (2022)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Huanrong Xu

Article ID: 4130
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Abstract: This paper put forward the concept of cognitive environment of translation based on the concept of cognitive context and proposed world knowledge, language knowledge and translation knowledge as its three constituents. World knowledge can also be referred to as encyclopedic knowledge, including all the knowledge acquired about diverse aspects of internal ...
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Junjun Sheng

Article ID: 4187
Views - 25  (Abstract) PDF - 16  (Download)
Abstract: In recent years, in order to implement the educational concept of fostering virtue and naturing students’ quality comprehensively, ideological and political research has sprung up. The research on ideological and political elements in translation has also made new progress, and many academic results have been achieved one after a...
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Jiayu Zhou, Yajing Xue

Article ID: 4234
Views - 21  (Abstract) PDF - 17  (Download)
Abstract: Teacher plays an essential role in the lives of children. In addition to promoting their learning and improving academic performance, teachers have a major character in developing student’s creative potential and growing into responsible citizens. However, in recent years, a report by National Foundation for Educational (2019) claimed that...
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Shiyun Liu

Article ID: 4310
Views - 66  (Abstract) PDF - 15  (Download)
Abstract: Cultivating professional knowledge and developing specific inclusive training has always been important for educators in China. Within the context of special art education in China, art educators are supposed to adjust the instruction effectively for students with a variety of disabilities. This qualitative study sought to gain insight of the strategies o...
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Zhouna Shao

Article ID: 4327
Views - 15  (Abstract) PDF - 11  (Download)
Abstract: This thesis is to explore Anzaldua’s autobiographical book Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, to discuss how multicultural environment influenced Gloria, why she considers herself as a border person, a person with multiple identities, to analyze how she struggles in a land where there is uniformity between sexual oppression and racial oppressi...
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Xi Wang

Article ID: 4338
Views - 20  (Abstract) PDF - 11  (Download)
Abstract: At the present stage of development, colleges and universities in the training of students and management of student team construction there are some problems, although many colleges and universities to take the corresponding management plan, effectively improve the quality of students, but educators still need to face how to cultivate a mature student te...
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Fanghua Li

Article ID: 4354
Views - 19  (Abstract) PDF - 9  (Download)
Abstract: With the widespread promotion and application of the Internet and mobile devices, the WeChat platform has become more and more involved and used in the teaching process due to its fast, convenient and efficient features. This paper mainly analyzes the advantages of feasibility and convenience of WeChat platform in teaching, and focuses on ...
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Kai Yang

Article ID: 4299
Views - 19  (Abstract) PDF - 13  (Download)
Abstract: The lack of subjective awareness of national identity among young people is a common phenomenon in all countries. In this paper, we investigate the role of cohort effect in the formation of national identity among college students based on the theory of cohort effect. The results of the empirical study show that at the current stage, the formation of nati...
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Jing Zhao

Article ID: 4437
Views - 33  (Abstract) PDF - 13  (Download)
Abstract: This study investigates the existing General English textbook focusing on the cultural contents to enhance the intercultural awareness cultivation of Non-English major students in China. The findings of this study can provide the valuable information of cultural contents adaptation in the textbook. It also can reveal teachers’ expectation and their awaren...
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