Research on the Countermeasures of Aesthetic Education at the Stage of Basic Education under the Concept of Ecology

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v4i3.977

Xun Liu1, Xiaoqing Huang2

1. Gannan Normal University
2. Zhangjiang Road Primary School


In recent years, with the gradual implementation of educational reform, in the stage of basic education in China, we should not only pay attention to the education of subject knowledge, but also pay attention to the development of aesthetic education. However, in the ordinary aesthetic education work, although it can cultivate the aesthetic ability and aesthetic consciousness of primary and middle school students, it cannot let the students perceive the deep meaning of aesthetic education, that is, the harmonious symbiotic relationship between man and nature. Therefore, it is the development trend of aesthetic education in the future to effectively integrate the ecological concept into the aesthetic education in the basic education stage. The article first expounds the problems existing in the development of aesthetic education in the basic education stage under the ecological concept, and puts forward corresponding countermeasures according to the problems, so as to improve the effectiveness of aesthetic education.


ecological view; elementary education; aesthetic education


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