Eclecticism or Principled Eclecticism

  title={Eclecticism or Principled Eclecticism},
  author={Lianli Gao},
  journal={Creative Education},
  • Lianli Gao
  • Published 18 October 2011
  • Education
  • Creative Education
The introduction of a new mandatory policy for the teaching of English at the higher education level in China, College English Curriculum Requirements (CECR, published in 2004), had the intention of modernising and improving the quality of English teaching at the tertiary level in China. The policy had a focus on student centred approaches to learning and the use of technology to support this process. This paper reports on a study that investigated the views of teachers, administrators and… 

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