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Volume 180, 20232023 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Cultural Communication (ICEPCC 2023)
|Number of page(s)
|Holistic Perspectives on Child Development: From Education to Mental Health
|15 December 2023
An overview on the impact of the exam-oriented education in China
NOIC Academy, Markham ON L3S 2H4, Canada
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With the development of time, society has a higher and higher demand for education. Some researchers have found that the concept of exam-oriented education has a huge impact on students ‘ creativity, but there is no a highly summarize of these impacts. Therefore, this paper will explain the importance of the concept of exam-oriented education, combine the knowledge related to philosophy, and analyze the reason why it could make an impact on students’ creativity, and may lead to mental health problems for a student. The study found that the concept of exam-oriented was suitable for most students, but not for the top students because it leads to a loss of creativity and vitality. What’s more, too many exams may also lead to students’ mental health problems. Failure in the exams will make students think that they will be blocked in future learning, which could lead to depression, anxiety, and other emotions. In order to avoid these adverse effects, educators can start by discovering their own life diversity, running schools in a non-bureaucratic way, and increasing teachers’ incomes.
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