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Cui Yunhuo

Cui Yunhuo

Professor & Director of Institute of Curriculum and Instruction

East China Normal University, Shanghai, 200062

E-mail:cuiyunhuo@vip.163.com

Office: 1605, Liberal Arts Building


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CUI Yunhuo , Professor

Head

Department of Curriculum and Instruction East China Normal University

 

Director

Institute of Curriculum and Instruction

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Ministry of Education.

 

Committee Member of National Commission of Curriculum Reform of Basic Education, Ministry of Education;

Committee Member of National Commission of Teacher Training, Ministry of Education;

 

Vice Chairman of the Academic Committee of the China Education Society .

 

He has been the key actor in the design and enactment of China’s national curriculum reforms and national reforms in teacher education; His recent research focuses on effective teaching, curriculum evaluation, school-based curriculum development in China and the school-oriented teacher professional development models.

 

He is leader and primary investigator of a national research project in Philosophy and Social Sciences entitled “Monitoring the quality of curriculum implementation among primary school, middle school and high school in China” .

 

His has published nearly 100 books and articles on School-based Curriculum Development, Effective Teaching, School-based Teacher Professional Development and Quality Assessment of Curriculum Implementation in schools etc.

 

He has won the first and second prizes on National Teaching Achievement Award of Basic Education.


 

Research

 

Effective teaching, curriculum evaluation, school-based curriculum development in China and the school-oriented teacher professional development model

 

Research Interests

 

1. Curriculum Development

 

2. Curriculum Policy

 

3. Curriculum Evaluation

 

4. Teacher Professional Development

 

 

Selected Publications

 

Books

 

1. Cui, Y. (2017). Evaluation of Curriculum Implementation Quality in Schools. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

2. Lu, M., & Cui, Y. (2016). Transformation of Instructional Plan: Standards-Based Learning Plan. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

3. Cui, Y.Zhou, W., & Zhou, W. (2013). Standards-Based Course Outline and Lesson Plan. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

4. Cui, Y., & Ke, Z. (2013). School-based Teachers’ Professional Development. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

5. Zhong, Q., & Cui, Y. (2013). Interpretation of <Curriculum Standards for Teacher Education (Trial)>. Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.

 

6. Cui, Y. (2013). Classroom ObservationⅡ: Towards the Professional Classroom Evaluation. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

7. Cui, Y., & Feng, S.(2013). Who Win the High School, Who Win the Talent. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

8. Yang, X., & Cui, Y. (2012). Classroom Evaluation: Promote Students’ Learning and Development. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

9. Cui, Y., Xia, X., & Wang, Z. (2011). Shanghai’s Experience on School-based Curriculum Development. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

10. Cui, Y., & Zhao, L. (2009). Stories of School-based Teaching Research. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

11. Shen, Y., & Cui, Y. (2008). Classroom Observation: Towards the Professional Class Evaluation. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

12. Cui, Y., Wang, S., & Xia, X. (2008). Study of Standard-based Evaluation of Students’ Achievement. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

13. Cui, Y. (2007). Curriculum-Good Recipe. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

14. Cui, Y., & Lin, R. (2007). School-based Curriculum Development: Stories of Curriculum. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

15. Luo, L., & Cui, Y. (2006). Planning and Implementation of School Curriculum. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

16. Cui, Y. (Ed.). (2009). Effective Teaching. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

 

17. Zhong, Q., & Cui, Y. (Eds.). (2008). The Ideas and Innovations of New Curriculum. Beijing: Higher Education Press.

 

Translations

 

1. Cui, Y. (Trans.). (2006). [History of the School Curriculum.] (Tanner, D., & Tanner, L. N., 1990). Beijing: Educational Science Publishing House.

 

2. Tang, X., & Cui, Y. (Trans.). (2003). [Pygmalion in the Classroom: Teacher Expectation and Pupils' Intellectual Development.] (Rosenthal, R., & Jacobson, L., 1968). Beijing: People’s Education Press.

 

3. Tang, X., & Cui, Y. (Trans.). (1998). [Pygmalion in the Classroom: Teacher Expectation and Pupils' Intellectual Development.] (Rosenthal, R., & Jacobson, L., 1968). Beijing: People’s Education Press.

 

Selected Articles

 

1. Cui, Y. & Shao, C.(2017). A Study on the Curriculum Meaning of Key Competencies. Global Education, 10.

 

2. Cui, Y., Zhou, W., Cen, L., & Yang, X. (2016). School-based Curriculum PlanningWhat Is Short Board——An Analysis of Junior High School-based Curriculum Planning in City Z. Educational Research. 10.

 

3. Lei, H., & Cui, YCorrespondence author,Chiu Ming Ming. (2016). Affective Teacher—Student Relationships and Students' Externalizing Behavior Problems: A Meta-AnalysisFrontiers in psychology. 8.

 

4. Lei, H., & Cui, YCorrespondence author. (2016). Effects of academic emotions on achievement among mainland Chinese students: a meta-analysis. Social behavior and personality: an international journal. 9.

 

5. Wen, X., & Cui, Y. (2016). Research on Learning-Plan-based Classroom Interaction: an improvement and application of Flanders Interaction Analysis System. Exploring Education Development. 15-16.

 

6. Cui, Y. Probing on Key Competencies. Global Education. 5.

 

7. Cui, Y. (2015).Core Competencies as a Concept that Brings Dilemmas to Educators. Journal of East China Normal University (Education Sciences). 1.

 

8. Cui, Y., & Lei, H. (2014). Constructing a Three-factor Model of Teaching-Learning-Assessment Alignment. Journal of East China Normal University (Education Sciences). 4.

 

9. Shao, C., Zhou, W., & Cui Y. The Development of Curriculum Standards Based on Key CompetenciesInternational Experience and Enlightenment. Global Education. 8.

 

10. Cui, Y. (2015). Has Lesson Type been Changed by the New Curriculum? ——An Evidence based Study on the Lesson Type in Middle Schools. Global Education.01.

 

11. Cui, Y., & Wang, S. (2014). Teachers' Professional Development as Improvement of Professional Practice. Educational Research. 09.

 

12. Cui, Y., & Xu, G. On Consequential Validity of Classroom Assessment. Curriculum, Teacher Material and Method. 7.

 

13. Xia, X., & Cui, Y.(2014). On Construction of Interactive Theoretical Model of School Curriculum Implementation Process. Exploring Education Development, 1.

 

14. Cui, Y., & Xia, X. (2013). A Interactive Perspective of Teachers’ Curriculum Implementation: A Construction Based on Literature Review of 40 Years. Global Education, 10.

 

15. Cui, Y. (2013). Strategies on Curriculum Reform of China’s Senior High School under Global Perspective. Exploring Education Development, 18.

 

16.Cui, Y. (2013). Inquiring “What Students Have Learnt”—Concurrently Discussing Three-dimensioned Objectives. Educational Research, 7.

 

17. Hu, H. & Cui, Y. (2012). Development of Standards for Teacher Education Programs: Process and Issues. Global Education, 6.

 

18. Cui, Y. (2012). On the Structure and Credit Setting of Pre-service Teacher Education Curriculum. Exploring Education Development, 10.

 

19. Cui, Y. (2011). Surveying Current Activities of Professional Development for Primary and Secondary School Teachers in China. Global Education, 9.

 

20. Zhao, S., & Cui, Y. (2011). Beane’s Ideas and Model of Curriculum Integration. Global Education, 7.

 

21.Cui, Y., & Zheng, D. (2008). On Teacher Cooperation Aimedat Professional Development. Educational Research, 6.

 

 

Research Projects

 

1. Presided over “Study on evaluation of the academic achievement of students based on curriculum standards”, major project of humanities and social science research base of Ministry of Education. Project number: 05JJD880010. Funds: 200,000yuan. No.: 41191529.

 

2. Presided over “Research on Curriculum and Credit Framework of Teacher Education”, consigned item of Normal Education Section of Ministry of Education. Funds: 90,000yuan. No.: 41193101.

 

3. Presided over “School-based Teachers’ Professional Development”, major project of humanities and social science research base of Ministry of Education. Project number: 08JJD880229. Funds: 200,000yuan.

 

4. Presided over “Evaluation to promote learning”, funding project of the New Century Talents Project by Ministry of Education. Funds: 200,000yuan.

 

5. Presided over “Study on international comparison of senior high school curriculum”, Basic Education Section 2 of Ministry of Education. Funds: 200,000yuan.

 

6. Presided over “Theoretical and technological research on quality assessment of the process of school curriculum implementation in compulsory education stage”, major project of humanities and social science research base of Ministry of Education. Project number: 11JJD880003. Funds: 200,000yuan.

 

7. Presided over “The experience, challenge and countermeasure of Shanghai's deepening curriculum reform”, the entrusted project by Shanghai education committee teaching research office. Funds: 1,300,000yuan. 2017-2018.

 

8. Presided over “The indicator system of primary school, middle school and high school curriculum implementation monitoring in China”, the entrusted project by the second department of basic education of the ministry of education in China. Funds: 1,400,000yuan. 2016-2018.

 

9. Presided over “Monitoring the quality of curriculum implementation among primary school, middle school and high school in China”. the Philosophy and Social Sciences Major Breakthrough Project of the Ministry of Education in China. Project number: 16JZD047. Funds: 700,000yuan. 2016-2019.

 

Awards and Honors

 

1. 2014.03:“Toward to Curriculum Standard-based Instruction” won the Grand Prize of Shanghai Municipal Teaching Achievement Prize in Basic Education, by Shanghai Education Commission.

 

2. 2011.09: “Study on evaluation of the academic achievement of students based on standards” won the second prize of the tenth session of Shanghai educational and scientific research achievement award.

 

3. 2014.03: “Development research and promotion about school-based curriculum” won the Grand Prize of Shanghai Municipal Teaching Achievement Prize in Basic Education, by Shanghai Education Commission.

 

4. 2014.03: “Development and practice about curriculum leadership among teaching researchers” won the Grand Prize of Shanghai Municipal Teaching Achievement Prize in Basic Education, by Shanghai Education Commission.

 

5. 2016: “Inquiring ‘What Students Have Learnt’ — Concurrently Discussing Three-dimensioned Objectives” won the second prize of the fifth national education scientific research excellence award, by Ministry of education in China.

 

6. 2016: “Teachers' Professional Development as Improvement of Professional Practice” won the second prize of outstanding achievement award in philosophy and social sciences in Shanghai.

 

 

 

 



Course

 

1.  Curriculum Theory

2.  Theory and Practice of Curriculum Development

3.  School-based Curriculum Development