Mrs. Zhu Muju
General Secretary of National Expertise Committee of School Curriculum and Textbook
Former vice chief of Basic Education Department Ⅱ, Ministry of Education; director of Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook Development Center, Ministry of Education; deputy director of National Education Degree Courses Teaching Guidelines Committee.
Mrs. Zhu’s working experience covers: research and development of early childhood education policy; policy research and development on basic education curriculum, teaching materials, teaching, and evaluation.
Prof. Tian Huisheng
Tian Huisheng, male, Han Chinese, born in March 1965, CPC member, Doctor of Education (Ed. D.), researcher, and supervisor of PhD students. He is now the director of Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook Development Center, Ministry of Education.
He studied in Education Department of Northwest Normal University (NWNU) from 1981-1988 and achieved bachelor and master degrees there. He worked in the Institute of Education Science of NWNU from 1988-1994. During the years he completed his PhD study in NWNU from 1988-1991 and accomplished his China-Canada joint training doctoral programs in Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), the University of Toronto, Canada from 1991-1992. He was awarded his PhD degree in year 1992. Since 1994, he was introduced to China National Institute for Education Research (CNIER) and has served successively as dean of Education Experiment Research Center, director assistant, deputy director and deputy principal in CNIER.
Prof. Tian mainly works on education policy, curriculum and teaching, education experiment, basic education reform and the joint training of postgraduate students. He has published over 100 academic papers so far and is the winner of the State Council Special Allowance.
Prof. Tian also holds concurrent posts as director and academic committee member of the Chinese Society of Education(CSE), director of Chinese Association for International Understanding, director-general of CSE Education Experiment Research Branch, part-time professor in Peking University, part-time professor and supervisor of PhD students in Southwest University and Shandong Normal University, adviser of non-higher education curriculum reform and development of the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR).
Dr. Li Jiayong
Dr. Li Jiayong, Associate professor of Education at Beijing Normal University, holds
a Ph.D. in International and Comparative Education. He has been doing teaching, research and administration at Beijing Normal University for more than twenty years. He was the Deputy Director of International and Comparative Education Research Institute (1999-2001), Associate Dean of the School of Education (2001-2007), Academic Registrar of Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College (2007-2009). He is currently Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Education at Beijing Normal University. Dr. Li is also editing a Journal of Educational Studies published in Beijing. His research interests focus on the studies of curriculum, instruction and assessment from an international perspective.
Prof. Wang Jiayi
Deputy Party Secretary and President of Northwest Normal University
Director of Research Center on Curriculum and Teaching Reform of Northwest Area , Ministry of Education，member of the Expert Working Committee of the National Curriculum Reform in Basic Education，member of Education Expert Committee of National Teacher Education, vice chairman of the National Curriculum and Teaching Theory Professional Committee, vice chairman of Education Research Committee in Gansu Province, vice chairman of Federation of Social Science in Gansu Province, vice chairman of Youth Federation in Gansu Province;
Professor and Ph. D supervisor at the Northwest Normal University, Department of Education, he has studied in University of Toronto, Canada. Moreover, he participated the collaborative research and academic exchanges with researchers from the University of British Columbia, Canada, Harvard University, the University of Michigan, North Carolina State University, University of London, Hong Kong University, and Hong Kong Chinese University;
Main areas of expertise: curriculum and teaching theory, rural education, higher education management, and education development research in Minority Areas in Northwest of China
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Prof. Fu Min
Administrative Deputy Director of Research Center for Basic Education Curriculum in Northwest Normal University, Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China
Professor/Doctoral Supervisor, School of Education, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou, Gansu, CHINA, 730070.
Main Areas of Expertise: Curriculum and Pedagogy；Teacher Education； Methodology of Design Research in Education. Email address: email@example.com
Mr. Wang Yunqing
Executive Director, Dalian Modern Learning Science Research Institute
Executive Director, Professional Committee in Cooperative Research of Demonstration Senior School of Liaoning Province
I had long engaged in doing school management and educational administration related work and served as headmaster of senior high school，president of Dalian Educational College and deputy director of Dalian Educational Bureau in the past years. I took in charge of state educational planning issues twice, participated in assessment and feedback of school work about elementary and secondary school students and conducted school related system project as well. Now I am committed to teachers training, learning science research achievement transformation and discipline evaluation criterion research.
Prof. Ma Yunpeng
Professor, Faculty of Education Northeast Normal University
Vice director for Northeast Normal University Centre of Basic Education Curriculum research of MOE China.
Main areas of Research: curriculum implementation and evaluation, mathematics curriculum and instruction, teacher development.
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Prof. Kang Shumin
●Director of Curriculum Researcher Center for Basic Education,
●Professor and vice president of Qufu Normal University,
●With education background both in China and US,
●Major areas of research: Applied linguistics; teacher education
●Major research projects：9
●Major publications：over 50 articles and books in US, UK, Germany & China
Prof. Hu Huimin
Ph.D, Professor, Deputy Director, Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, East China Normal University, shanghai
Research Direction: Teacher professional development, curriculum and teaching theory
Prof. Fu Weili
Professor in Liaoning Normal University and the most primary leader of Liaoning Normal University Doctors Award Point of Education.
President of K. P. Tin Educational School & the College of Education in Liaoning Normal University and also the vice Director General of Liaoning Normal University Foundation Course Research Center which is a barch of Ministry of Education.
Editor-in-chief of Science of Education
He is a member of Chinese Academic Committee and Chinese Education Association and besides he is the chairman of the Derpartment of Foundation of Education Publication belongs to Chinese Education Association
Main areas of expertise: foundation of education, moral education, curriculum and textbook programming and making.
Prof. Yu Wencen
Born in Putian City, Fujian Province in July, 1963;
Doctor Degree/Professor & Supervisor of Doctoral students;
Director of Curriculum Research Center of the Ministry of education in Fujian Normal University;
Dean of College of Education, Fujian Normal University;
Director of the College Entrance Examination Research Center
Dr. Li Gaofeng
Li Gaofeng, associate professor, College of Life Sciences, Shaanxi Normal University
My main research interests lie in the field of science education, history of science, philosophy of science, public understanding of science, and teacher education, especially science teacher education.
Beijing Normal University
Biology Curriculum and Pedagogy
Beijing Normal University
Beijing Foreign Studies University
He’nan Institute of Education
Qin’yang Normal School
Shanxi Normal University
Xi’an City, Shaanxi Province
Education Bureau of Qin’yang City
Qin’yang City, He’nan Province
Researcher of teaching methods
No.2 Middle School of Qin’yang City
Qin’yang City, He’nan Province
Prof. Liu Hui
Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, ZheJiang University,Associate Professor
She makes efforts to integrate the wisdom tradition of the East and the West, combine the theory and practice to reform the teaching practice.
Main areas of expertise: action research; conceptual history of curriculum; wisdom traditions and teaching reform. Email address: email@example.com
Prof. Wang Nan
Wang Nan, Secretary of the Communist Party Committee of Guangxi Normal University and President of Guangxi Teachers Education Research Association, takes “Principles of Education” and “Research on Teachers Education” as her major fields of research. Up to now, she has published more than 80 academic papers, 15 monographs and textbooks, and undertaken nearly 10 research projects on provincial and national level. Her representative achievements include: Beautiful Teachers: Studies on the Charms of Teaching Profession, The Birth of Wise Teachers, The Prints of a Teacher: Narrative Studies on Classroom Life, and others.
Prof. Wang Shangzhi
Professor, Department of Mathematics, Capital Normal University. Mr. Wang Shangzhi graduated from Department of Mathematics and Mechanics, Peking University. He has taken the charge and been group leader of developing Curriculum Standards of High School Mathematics. He is also:
Member of Mathematics Teaching Steering Committee, MOE.
Juror of Teaching Materials Revision Committee, MOE.
Vice Chairman of the Beijing Mathematical Association.
Member of Mathematics Education and Mathematical Modeling Applied Committee, the International Mathematics Commission.
Chief Editor of Mathematics Textbooks, Beijing Normal University.
Prof. Zhang Yingchun
Dr Yingchun Zhang is one of the members who provide professional support for Basic Education Curriculum Reform and the executive deputy director of basic education curriculum research center of Shaanxi Normal University under the Ministry of Education.
Dr Yingchun Zhang is the professor of College of Life Sciences in Shaanxi Normal University and has research experiences in science education and teacher education for many years. The main research area is basic education curriculum reform, biology teacher education, and scientific inquiry etc.
Prof. Sun Jieyuan
·Dean , College of Education Science, Guangxi Normal University
·Education Professor, PhD supervisor, Guangxi Normal University
·Expert, National Discipline Group for Education Sciences Planning
·Research Fellow, Research Institute for Education and Psychology of Southwestern Ethnic Groups, Ministry of education of Humanities and Social Science Key Research Base
·Part-time Research Fellow, Graduate Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, Nanjing Normal University
·Vice chairmen, National Academic Committee for Education Anthropology
·Chief expert,“Teacher Education Research Team”, Guangxi Center of Humanities and Social Sciences
·Vice chairmen, Professional Committee of Education, Guangxi Society of Education
MAJOR RESEARCH AREAS
·Principles of education
·Curriculum and teaching methodology
·Anthropology of education
·Reform of basic education
·Address: College of Education Science, Guangxi Normal University, Guangxi Guilin, China, 541004
Prof. Du Yue
Born in July, 1956.Bachelor of Beijing Foreign Studies University, master of the University of Paris, master of laws in Peking University, PhD in Beijing Normal University. Advanced studies in Lee Kuan Yew School of Government, University of Singapore in 2008. Once staff of the UNESCO Chinese Division, second secretary of the Chinese Permanent Delegation to UNESCO, the magistrate assistant of Qinglong County, Hebei Province, deputy director, director, and deputy secretary-general of China Committee of UNESCO.Appointed as the secretary-general by Ministry of Education on September 9, 2011.
Prof. Wu Gangping
Professor, Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, East China Normal University, Shanghai.
Consulting Editor of Curriculum Perspectives, the Journal of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association.
Research fields: Curriculum and Instruction Theory, Teacher Education, especially in Curriculum Resources, Classroom Teaching, Teacher Development and School-Based Research.
Prof. Chen Xuyuan
Prof., director, Ph. D supervisor of School of Education Science, Northeast Normal University (NENU)
Vice-director of the Foundational Education Curriculum Center at NENU, Education Administration
Executive vice-director of the Environmental Education Center at NENU, Education Administration
Vice-chairman of the National Elementary Education Committee
Vice-chairman of the Primary Teachers Education Committee, National Teachers Education
1988—，School of Education Science, NENU
1999—，Core member in Professional Team, National Foundational Education Reform
2001—2005，A Green Action in Chinese Primary and Elementary Schools, a joint program among World Wide Fund for nature, Education Administration, and BP in the UK
2002—2008，A Theoretical and Practical Study on the Relationship between Communicative Teaching and Teaching Qualified in Primary and Elementary Schools, a key program of the Tenth Five-Year Plan of National Education Science, Education Administration
2007—2011，A Study on Curriculum of Minority Culture and Passing for the No-words Ethnic Culture, a Case Study on Oroqen Ethnic in Hei Longjiang Province, Humanities and Social Science Project of Education Administration in 2006
2012—，works for teaching effectiveness in classroom in foundational education in county areas
2010—，training work of a National Training Plan in provinces, such as Heilongjiang Province, Changchun Province
Prof. Zhang Wenjun
Executive Director, Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, Zhejiang University. Vice Director, Zhejiang University Centre of Basic Education Curriculum Studies, Ministry of Education.
Main areas of expertise: Frontiers of curriculum studies, Postmodernism and curriculum studies, curriculum development and transformation, educational action research, comparative curriculum studies.
Work and training experience:
2010.2-now Executive Director, Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, Zhejiang University
2008/08-2009/07 Visiting Scholar, Harvard Yen-ching Institute, Harvard University, USA
2004/09-2004/11 Environmental Education Programme, SIDA, Sweden and Shanghai
2003/04-2004/03 Project Researcher, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
2002/06-2003/06 Visiting Academic, Institute of Education, University of London
1999/12-now Associate professor in Education College of Education, Zhejiang University
July 1997, got Ph.D from East China Normal University.
Prof. Tu Liya
Lecturer, Institute of Curriculum and Instruction, Zhejiang University
PhD in Comparative Education, East China Normal University (2009)
Member of International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, IAACS
09-2007~09-2008 Visiting Scholar, University of British Columbia, Centre for Curriculum Studies of Internationalization
Her main areas of expertise are in curriculum policy and its operation, curriculum development and implementation, curriculum reform and school change, innovation of classroom teaching and learning. She is now hosting or engaging in several government sponsored or international cooperation research projects such as “Power ecology of curriculum policy change: international comparison and local experience”, and has published more than 20 papers in related area. She is also teaching undergraduate and graduate student courses such as “International curriculum policy research”, “curriculum reform research” at the university.
Prof. Zhang Minsheng
Former deputy director of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission, director of the Education Supervision Office of People's Government of Shanghai, principal of Shanghai Institute of Education, State Inspector.
Now vice president of the Chinese Society of Education, vice President of the Shanghai Education Association, member of the National Education Advisory Committee, member of the National Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook Expert Working Committee , member of the Teacher Education Expert Committee of Ministry of Education, specially-invited chief inspector of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission.
Prof. Zhang works on many fields of basic education planning and management, education science research, primary and secondary schools curriculum and textbook reform, teachers’ education etc. He presides over a great many key researches of national philosophy and social science, Ministry of Education and Shanghai education research, and has published a number of research papers and books.
Dr. Yang Xiangdong
East China Normal University, School of Education, 3663 North Zhongshan Road, Shanghai, China, 200062.
Dr. Yang is an Associate Professor in the department of Curriculum and Instruction at East China Normal University (ECNU). Prior to joining the faculty at ECNU, Dr. Yang was Assistant Professor of Inquiry Methodology, Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Indiana University. He also served as Research Associate with the Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation (CETE) at the University of Kansas. In these roles, Dr. Yang conducted research and taught courses in the area of psychometrics, quantitative methods, and research design in Education. Dr. Yang received his Ph.D. in Quantitative Psychology from University of Kansas. He was the recipient of “the Gulliksen Psychometric Fellow” Award from Educational Testing Service (ETS) at Princeton, New Jersey. He has published on journals including Educational and Psychological Measurement, Journal of Applied Measurement, Educational Assessment, The Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, and Journal of Special Education. He also wrote monographs that appeared in books such as Handbook of Statistics: Psychometrics, Rasch Measurement: Advanced and Specialized Applications, Complementary research methods for education (3rd ed.), and Cognitive Diagnostic Assessment in Education: Theory and Applications.
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Dr. Li Bin
Addministration Officer, NCCT
Research field: education evaluation and psychometry
Mr. YANG Jiuquan is the director of Research Center for Basic Education Curriculum in NIES, MOE. He mainly works in the areas of curriculum as well as teaching materials, and his representative publications include ‘The Valuing of Modules in Senior High School’, ‘Test Making and Quality Education’, and ‘Evaluation of Policy for Teaching Materials in 2008’ in some key journals like Educational Research. Mr. Yang is also the chief editor of some books like Interpretation of Curriculum Standard for Compulsory Education through Case Study (series, ESPH).
Prof. Liu Jian
Prof. Liu Jian is now assistant director of Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook Development Center, Ministry of Education, president and editor-in-chief of Basic Education Curriculum magazine, vice chairman of Jiu San Society Central Culture and Education Committee. He is mainly engaged in the research, organization and coordination of school curriculum design, implementation, teaching, examination and evaluation, and teachers' professional development etc. From 1989-1998, he presided over a National Philosophy and Social Science Foundation project —“ 21St Century China Math Education Outlook – Public Mathematics Theory and Practice”, achieved the Second National Youths Philosophy and Social Science Research Excellence Award (the highest award) in year 1997, and the Second National Higher Education Colleges Basic Education Research Outstanding Achievement Award (first place) of Ministry of Education in year 1998. Since 1995, he has been editor-in-chief of New Century Elementary School Mathematics Textbooks (Version 1-4). From 1998-2001, Prof. Liu was the team leader of Compulsory Education National Mathematics Curriculum Standards (Experimental Draft) Development Group. Since 2003, he has co-chaired the project “Establishing Primary and Secondary Schools Study Quality Feedback and Guidance System”, which was awarded 2010 Basic Education Curriculum Reform Excellent Teaching Achievement Award (first place). From 2005-2008, he presided over the New Courses Distance Training Platform (www.cersp.com), and the platform witnessed a highest daily PV of 1 7000 000.
Prof. Luo Xingkai
Dr. LUO Xingkai is a professor in College of Physics & Technology and standing director of the MOE Authorized Center for School Curriculum Research & Development at Guangxi Normal University where he has worked for pre-service and in-service science/physics teacher education since 1988. His research interests include scientific inquiry and promoting inquiry-based science learning by improving assessment and teacher education, developing innovative learning resources, especially thought-provoking hands-on experiments, for learning and teaching in science for general and physics for specific.
Because of his long time effective innovations in science/physics teacher education program, Prof. Luo has received many awards and the recent one is the “National Famous Professors Award” by MOE in 2009.
Prof Luo served as a member of ICPE (the International Commission on Physics Education) from 2002 to 2008 and he is curently the vice standing president of the National Association for Science Education in China.
Prof. Cui Yunhuo
Director of Institute of Curriculum and Instruction East China Normal University, member of the National Basic Education Curriculum and Textbook Expert Working Committee, member of the National Teachers’ Education Curriculum Resources Expert Working Committee, vice chairman of the National Curriculum Profession Committee. Research fields: curriculum policy, effective teaching and teachers’ professional development.
Dr. Zhang Guangbin
Curriculum Department, NCCT
Research field: teacher education, curriculum and teaching and pedagogical psychology
MR. Tang Jiangpeng
MR. Tang Jiangpeng was born in ShannXi Province, May, 1963. Tang is the current Headmaster of Jiangsu Xishan Senior High school. High school superior-grade Chinese subject teacher; the first batch provincial professor-level high school teachers in Jiang Su; tutor for the program of the Cultivating well-known teachers and headmasters in Yangtze River Delta and tutor for education-majored postgraduates in Su Zhou University, the professor of the High school Headmaster training center under the command of the education department, as well as one of the members of National Chinese Studies Academic Committee. Mr. Tang was selected as the national labor model in education and was awarded the "people's teacher" medal; In 2009, Mr. Tang was awarded "The most influential High School Headmaster in south-east China". Tang is in the first batch of the potential educator of the Jiang Su Province People's Educator Program, and he is justifiably chosen as the leader of all the high school headmasters in Jiang Su.
Mr. Tang has published altogether more than 30 dissertations on domestic core magazines. He is also the editor of the official textbook of "Chinese" for junior and senior students as well as over 20 copies of the corresponding reference books. His unique Chinese studies teaching theory "Education through experience and insight" has drawn massive attention within the domestic educational fields. In 2012, his exclusive book "Feeling Through Your Own Experiences" was published. A pioneer in the researching project of "school-based curriculum development", Mr. Tang plays an unexceptionally important role in prevailing this program, which turned out to be awarded the 1st and 2nd prize for the national fundamental education curriculum reform research. His book "Effective and Indefinite Exploring" beyond dispute won the outstanding award in the first fundamental education and teaching reform activity in Jiang Su province.
In 2010, the seminar of "Tang's Education Concept" was convened by the national education department. In June 2011, Mr.Tang's exclusive interview in relation to his education concept and method was held on the very famous talk show"Cui's Interview" on CCTV .
A senior secondary school teacher and director at Qijiang District Education Administration of Chongqing, Besides, he is Chairman of the Rural County Curriculum Reform Alliance in China. He advocates education for civilian, education for civic literacy, and education for all. In recent years, he has created Qijiang Model, a rural curriculum reform model, which is quite influential in China. His main research project ,Rural County as a Whole to Promote the Study of Classroom Teaching Reform, is awarded first prize by Ministry of Education of China.
Guo Yuanxiang,Dr., Professor,College of Education, Central China Normal University(CCNU).
Vice Dean of the Center of Research on Curriculum of the National Educational Ministry in CCNU. Member of the expert group in curriculum reform of Educational Ministry ,P.R. China.
Mr. Zhang Xiaoming, a researcher, is the vice president of Heilongjiang Institute of Education. He is the chief expert and leading official of the teaching research and training for teachers and headmasters in elementary education of Heilongjiang province. He studies mainly on teacher’s development and teaching evaluation.
He takes charge of the key research topic on Modeling Multi-dimensionally and Informationizing Enforcement of Classroom Teaching Evaluation for Primary and Secondary Schools. He is the chief editor of both Developing Evaluation in New Course ( 8 books) and Effective Teaching and Harmonious Classroom (net course videos of 19 subjects. He writes 4 monographs and over 60 academic articles. He gets 5 national rewards and 20 provincial rewards in scientific research.
He is the recommending expert for new course training textbooks of the Normal Department of the Education Ministry, the examining-group leader of nationwide primary and secondary school lessons of excellence, vice director of Training Association of Nationwide Primary and Secondary School Headmasters, and the expert group member of the National Basic Education Experimental Cent
Principal, Beijing No.4 High School. National Education Inspector.
He has engaged in teaching Physics and school management in secondary school for nearly three decades.
He has joined several research programmes on education.
He graduated from Capital Normal University , BSc, Physics.
Mrs. Zhao Guixia, born in 1965, is the principal of Weifang Guangwen Middle School in Shandong province, the supervisor in Weifang region, the participant of the first Shandong Distinguished Principal Development Project, as well as had the honor of Shandong Education Innovation Person in 2011 and National Education Innovation Distinguished Principal Prize. As the principal of middle school, according to the goal of building a perfect school, she devotes herself to action research on establishment and development of a new school by focusing on constructing Guangwen Curriculum Framework. Moreover, she proposes her appropriate education philosophy and practices continually.
I am a senior middle school teachers and work for physics teaching about 15 years in Guangxi Liuzhou. I complete cycle of teaching high school physics for many times. Now I undertake three physics course teaching by the way of teaching benefits teachers as well as students . I have been training a lot of excellent students in this way who entrance Tsinghua university and Beijing university such as 895 and 211 engineering colleges and universities. But I have been thinking about how to innovate teaching classrooms and Jump out of the reality of exams teaching. So that I participate in the new high school curriculum reform in Guangxi learning and training, and participate in the Ministry of education of China and the program of the national high school physics teacher training and the National Academy of education basic education reform dynamics advanced training, to improve the education of ability, Efforts to be a thinking, action and intelligent high school physics teachers.