College of Teachers Education, Taishan University, Taian 271000, China
Teacher education is the mother machine of education and the power source to improve the quality of education. It is found that the teacher education talents cultivated by the current normal education can not fully adapt to the new situation, new journey and new mission. Therefore, we should innovate the teacher education model and build a high-quality, professional and innovative teacher team. “New Normal” is a new goal and new stage of the development of Teacher Education in China. It aims to cultivate higher quality normal students and lead the reform of the training mode of professional talents in teacher education. In view of the problems existing in the training of teachers' education professionals, this paper puts forward the following countermeasures：Build a cross-border training model, integrated training mode, collaborative and shared training mode, as well as the training mode based on practice, research and research enrichment mode; Deepen teaching reform, change students' learning methods, and highlight “student-centered”; Innovative talent evaluation mechanism.
New Normal, Teacher Education, Talent Training Mode
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