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《Teacher Development Research》 2018-01
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Causes for the One-way Flow of Rural Teachers and Coping Strategies in a Perspective of Social Identity Theory

BAI Liang;GUO Er-mei;Center for the Study of the Development of Education for the Minority Nationalities in the Northwest China,Northwest Normal University;  
Nowadays teachers in rural schools can't keep their minds on their work. Some of them have left office,some have changed their jobs,and many of them desire to teach in the city. It is the interaction of the external factor( environment) and the internal factor( teachers' professional identity) that results in these phenomena. From the perspective of social identity theory,rural teachers' professional dignity is impaired;they always have the sense of professional helplessness and their sense of cognitive security is lower; they lack the sense of professional belonging and their individual needs cannot be satisfied; they cannot experience the sense of professional value and meaning. All of these lead to the unreasonable one-way flow of rural teachers.The most important problem to solve in rural education is to let rural teachers stay on in rural schools and to attract excellent teachers to teach in rural schools because they are the cornerstones of rural education. And the key to solving the problem is to let rural teachers establish their professional internal identity.
【Fund】: 全国教育科学“十二五”规划青年基金项目“西北农村地区寄宿制学校质量指标体系与监测系统研究”(CGA120129)
【CateGory Index】: G451
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