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Comparison of Talent Cultivation Models in Chinese and Canadian Universities

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DOI: 10.23977/trance.2024.060305 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 208

Author(s)

Xiaoyan Li 1, Hong Zhao 2

Affiliation(s)

1 Dalian University Teaching Affairs Division, Dalian, Liaoning, 116622, China
2 Dalian Railway Medical School, Dalian, Liaoning, 116000, China

Corresponding Author

Xiaoyan Li

ABSTRACT

Talent cultivation in universities is a core topic of research, especially in today's increasingly popular higher education, where the importance of this topic is becoming increasingly prominent. With the continuous changes in the educational environment and the increasing diversity of student needs, how universities can effectively respond to challenges and cultivate high-quality talents with solid theoretical knowledge, practical ability, and innovative spirit has become a major issue for researchers in universities. As a culturally diverse immigrant country, Canada's higher education system has always been highly regarded. Canada's higher education not only has a long history, but has always been at the forefront of the world, thanks to its open and inclusive educational philosophy and constantly innovative educational practices. For China, Canada is an important reference and learning object for building "Double First Class" high-level universities. This article aims to compare the differences and similarities in education and teaching management model, educational concepts, teaching methods, and other aspects between the two countries, in order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of China's strengths and weaknesses in talent cultivation, and to provide inspiration for China's higher education reform.

KEYWORDS

China; Canada; University talents; Training model

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Xiaoyan Li, Hong Zhao, Comparison of Talent Cultivation Models in Chinese and Canadian Universities. Transactions on Comparative Education (2024) Vol. 6: 26-31. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/trance.2024.060305.

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