DEVELOPING EXPERIENTIAL TEACHING CAPACITY FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION STUDENTS, TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY
This study was conducted to specify the theoretical basis and actual situation of the experiential teaching capacity of students in primary education at Tan Trao University. Based on the results of data analysis showing the actual situation of experiential teaching capacity, the article propose measures to develop experiential teaching capacity for students in primary education
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