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The Origin of Yang Fangling’s “5-Dimension Education” Thoughts

DOI: 10.4236/ajc.2016.41005, PP. 43-54

Keywords: Yang Fangling’s “5-Dimension Education” Thoughts, Tradition of School Management of Friends High School, 4-Dimension Education of Young Men’s Christian Association

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Yang Fangling’s education thought of “5-dimension education” is worth deeply exploring. “5-dimension education” with teaching as center accurately expresses that it is not “morality, intelligence, physique, aesthetics and labor” but “morality, intelligence, physique, aesthetics and group”, which means it is not “moral education”, “intellectual education”, “physical education”, “aesthetic education”, “labor education”, but “moral education”, “intellectual education”, “physical education”, “aesthetic education”, “group education”. “Labor education” sets up the concept of labor to participate in productive labor, and cultivate the feelings of the working people, and the characteristics of the times input for Friends High School education in the period of Chongqing No. 5 middle school. “5-dimension education” includes every aspect in Friends High School, with rich and complex content. “5-dimension education” is the source for the original connotation full of vitality, and is concerned with school-running goals and practice of Chinese Christian church school.

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