Wu, Mrs. W. MA (Wei)
- PhD student
- Teacher beliefs
- Comparative higher education
Wei Wu is a PhD student, who is in the joint PhD program between ICLON, Leiden University Graduate School of Teaching and Institute of Education, Xiamen University, China. In 2007, she received the scholarship from Chinese Scholarship Council for doing a PhD research entitled ‘Comparative study on research university teacher’s belief between the Netherlands and China’. Her research is focused on differences and similarities between Dutch and Chinese university teachers’ beliefs. She is particularly interested in differences in teacher beliefs about knowledge, teaching, learning and teacher-student relations and in reasons behind these differences or similarities.
- A comparative study on educational beliefs of teachers in the research-intensive university in China and the Netherlands.
Wu, W. (2008). [in Chinese] Overview on teaching and teacher education research in the Netherlands. Teachers of Fujian, (119), 24-25.
Wu, W. (2007). [in Chinese] A comparative study on Chinese and American rectors’ view on internationalization of higher education. Higher Education Development and Evaluation, 23(2), 1-5.
Wu, W. (2007). Faculty development and Chinese traditional culture education. Key to University Assurance: Faculty/Staff Development in the Global Context. Fujian Education Press.
Wu, W. (2008). [in Chinese] Dependency theory and its influence on Chinese higher education research. Higher Education Research and Evaluation, (36), 5-10.
Wu, W. (2006). Study on college learning in China: past, present and prospect. Universities’ Quality Development: East meeting West. Programme for Teacher education Report series 2006, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, 117-128.