Cultivate Innovate Personnel and Promote the Renaissance of Science and Technology with Chinese Education Wisdom


Sha Ouyang, Jie Lin


This article realizes from history that the achievements of ancient Chinese science and technology benefited from the unification and strength of the country, the open-minded, the fully inclusiveness, the rationality, the practice and so on. Today, China has made brilliant achievements in the past 40 years of reform and opening-up. In order to become one of the world's main scientific center and innovation highland, higher education should better inherit and develop the Chinese education wisdoms of “Teaching without Discrimination”, “Teaching in Accordance with Natural Aptitude”, “the Unity of Knowledge and Action”, “All-round in Literature and Science”… to help the Chinese nation's Road of scientific and technological rejuvenation.


higher education;innovate personnel training;China’s ideas and measures


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