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Zhu Yongxin
朱永新
BornAugust 1958 (age 65)
Alma materFudan University, Tongji University, Soochow University
OccupationEducator

Zhu Yongxin (Chinese:朱永新; born August 1958) is the deputy secretary general of 12th of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference,[1] the vice chairman of China Association for Promoting Democracy, vice president of Chinese Society of Education (CSE).[2] He also works as a professor and PhD supervisor in Soochow University. He was born in Dafeng, Jiangsu Province, People's Republic of China.

Biography

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Zhu Yongxin was born August 1958 in Dafeng County, Jiangsu. His father is a local teacher in Dafeng.Zhu entered Soochow University in 1977, majoring in educational psychology, as the first enrollment through Gaokao after the Cultural Revolution. After two years, he was sent to study at Shanghai Normal University to meet the shortfall of teachers at Soochow University.

Since returning to Suzhou in 1982, Zhu had been teaching and doing research at Soochow University and became an associate Professor in 1987. He has also taken the position dean of Academic Affairs Office at Soochow University by 1997. After that, Zhu entered the government, becoming vice mayor of Suzhou and is responsible for education, science, culture, and health field. Until 2007, he was selected to the vice chairman of China Association for Promoting Democracy.[3]

Academic

Professor Zhu Yongxin researches on education of China, over the past 20 years, he has published more than 400 papers on education and over 30 works domestically and abroad. He is also the editor of "Contemporary Japanese Education Series", "Education in the new century library", "New education" and others. Furthermore, he has undertaken UNESCO commissioned research projects, National Natural Science Fund, the National Social Science fund.[4] As a professor and PhD advisor in Suzhou University, Zhu is the initiator of the program New Education Experiment. He proposed the ideal of education in 2002, in that program, he draws a blueprint for a quality education system in contemporary China. By 2013, there are more than 1500 experimental school participated in New Education Experiment among 25 provinces, and over 1500 thousand teachers and students have taken part in this program. Professor Zhu has published more than 400 articles on education both at home and abroad, and published over 30 books as well.

Awards and recognition

Zhu was appointed as “60 Outstanding People in Chinese Education in the Past 60 Years (2009)”, “Man of the Day in Chinese Education (2008)” on the 30th anniversary of reform and opening-up, “Top Ten Men in the News since China’s Reform (2007)”, and “China’s Ten Distinguished Educators (2006).[5]

Works

References

  1. ^ [1] Deputy Secretary General]Xinhua News Agency
  2. ^ "Zhu Yongxin makes a report at CELAJ - Celaj News - China Executive Leadership Academy, Jinggangshan (CELAJ)". www.celaj.gov.cn. Archived from the original on 2016-10-24.
  3. ^ [2] About the Author
  4. ^ [3] World Innovation Summit for Education
  5. ^ [4] World Innovation Summit for Education
  6. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). History of Chinese Ancient Educational Thought. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071838191.
  7. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). History of Chinese Modern Educational Thought. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071836968.
  8. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). History of Chinese Contemporary Educational Thought. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071848381.
  9. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2016). The Research of Native Chinese Psychology. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071847414.
  10. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2016). My Vision on Education. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071827553.
  11. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2016). My View on Reading. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071836982.
  12. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). New Education Experiment in China. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071838177.
  13. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2015). Lectures on the New Education. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071848404.
  14. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). Dialogues on the New Education. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071848619.
  15. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2016). On the Way to the New Education. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071843713.
  16. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2015). Analects of the New Education of China. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071843751.
  17. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). Observation on the Education of China. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 9780071838214.
  18. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2015). Observation on the Education of Foreign Countries. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071843737.
  19. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2015). Analects of Educational Psychology. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071848633.
  20. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2015). Discourses on the Education of China. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071847391.
  21. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2014). Advice on the Education of China. McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN 978-0071847391.
  22. ^ Zhu Yongxin (2015). Words of Zhu Yongxin on education. Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press . ISBN 978-7513569552.