Empirical Research on Professional Moral Cultivation of P.E. Teachers in Universities

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Universities/college P.E. teachers play an important part in universities/colleges’ development. Professional moral cultivation which acts as the professional attitude and professional standard is the basic ethics standard for college P.E. teachers. Through the investigation about eight universities P.E. teachers’ current professional moral cultivation in Chongqing, this paper finds the de-criterion phenomenon in teachers’ professional moral cultivation, then analyzes the influence factors, and puts forward some improving methods finally to provide theory basis for strengthening teacher’s professional moral cultivation construction and enhance P.E. teacher’s scientific research level in Chongqing.

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Jiang, B., Chang, J. & Sun, Y. (2013). Empirical Research on Professional Moral Cultivation of P.E. Teachers in Universities. Chinese Studies, 2, 134-138. doi: 10.4236/chnstd.2013.23021.

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