Similarities and Differences of Moral Education Curriculum in Chinese and American Universities
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Zhang Fangyuan, Li Changzhen
Studying the similarities and differences of moral education courses between Chinese and American universities is of great enlightenment to the moral education of college students, especially the ideological and political education. The similarities and differences in the contents of moral education between Chinese and American universities are manifested in the similarities and differences in moral courses, values education and patriotism education. The similarities and differences of moral education methods between Chinese and American universities are shown in situational teaching method and indoctrination method, student-centered teaching method and teacher-centered teaching method. The inspiration from this is to let students gain values through reading what books, penetrate the spirit of the rule of law, carry out patriotic education, and improve the limitations of traditional moral education. “Decentralization” applies to teachers and students, integrates all kinds of new educational resources, enriches diversified teaching methods in the classroom, establishes students' subject orientation, and forms students--The teaching mode of teachers with double subjects.
Chinese and american universities, Moral courses, Similarities and differences, Enlightenment