Research on the China’s Contemporary Education From the Perspective of Sociobiology

Yujing LIAO

Abstract


Since the college entrance examination system was renewed, China’s contemporary education reopening has been carried out for nearly four decades. In the process from Elite Education at the beginning of reform in 1977 to the present universal quality education, we meet endless problems in education. This paper tends to analyze the causes of these problems by the principle of minimum energy sociobiology, survival principle, diversity of rules and altruism, and this thesis tries to improve existing educational status from the following aspects, training of interest, personalized counseling, experiential education, survival education, and setbacks education.


Keywords


Education; Sociobiology; Minimum energy dissipation principle; Altruism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6699

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