Reflection and Improvement on the Localization of New Zealand's "Learning Story" in China

Juan Li
2020 Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Education, Language and Inter-cultural Communication (ELIC 2020)   unpublished
This research focuses on the criticism and doubt encountered in the practice of the heterogeneous educational theory of "learning story" in New Zealand. On this basis, through in-depth analysis and comparison of different social cultures and specific national conditions rooted in different educational concepts of the two countries, the author reflects on the its practical problems and objective shortcomings in the localization process of "learning story" in China and actively seeks for
more » ... nt strategies. As a paradigm of early childhood evaluation and development, New Zealand's "learning story" needs to be adjusted and improved continuously in terms of evaluation purpose and content as well as acquisition of observation data in the process of combining with the practice of early childhood education in China, so as to truly serve the development of early childhood education in China.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.201127.064 fatcat:3k4qfvk5uzhvfnpbjbh27z33zy