Professor, Ph.D. Supervisor, Institute of Education, Beijing Institute of Technology.
Beijing Institute of Technology
Member of National Education Advisory Committee, Member of National Examination Steering Committee, Executive Vice President of China Tao Xingzhi Research Association, President of 21st Century Education Research Institute, Chairman of Friends of Nature.
He graduated from Shanghai Middle School in Shanghai in 1969 and once participated in the Red Guards. Later he went to the countryside in Heilongjiang to go to the mountains and countryside.
From 1972 to 1975, he studied in the Department of Automatic Control of Beijing Institute of Technology and stayed in school after graduation.
From 1976 to 1983, he was a teacher in the Department of Automatic Control, Beijing Institute of Technology.
From 1983 to 1993, he worked at the Beijing Institute of Technology, and successively served as the secretary and deputy director of the president's office, the director of the Propaganda Department of the Party Committee, and a staff of the Policy Research Office.
Since 1993, he has worked in the Institute of Higher Education of Beijing Institute of Technology.
In 1994, he was an associate researcher.
Since 1998, it has recruited postgraduates of higher education.
He was named a researcher in 1999.
In 2002, he became the Dean of the "21st Century Education Development Institute".
Urban Monsoon: Cultural Spirit of Beijing and Shanghai, Oriental Press, 1994.
"The Last City Wall", Shanghai People's Publishing House, 1997.
"Future Living Space", Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore, 1998.
Lazy thinking includes two major directions of reform resistance: one is to form a set of old education concepts and education systems in the era of planned economy and class struggle for many years, which is different from the economic field. This set of things has never been Touched, the economic field has been completely updated, and the software and hardware in the education field have not been upgraded. It is still the 1950 version, so the inertia is particularly large.
Second, in addition to the obstacles to the formation of institutional ideas, there is one more now. The problem also exists in medical reform, that is, a new special interest group has appeared. This situation did not exist at the time of the reform in 1978. At that time, everyone had been flattened by the Cultural Revolution for ten years. Everyone was on the same starting line, and both were empty-handed. Today is different. In the past 30 years, a strong government has been created, its own special interests have been formed, and some related interest groups have been formed. For example, in key schools, they are unwilling to reform, and reform will hurt their interests. This is a very realistic resistance and we need to overcome our reform.
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