Study on the Competency of Bilingual Art Teachers Based on the Psychology Capital Intervention Model

Donglan Li

Abstract


In this globalization era, it is an important strategy to focus on the core status of bilingual art teachers in the
internationalization of higher education. And it is necessary to prepare a thorough, detailed, well-designed
assessment criterion for teachers, especially for teachers specialized in art, as their competency relates directly to
whether the fine art culture can be inherited and whether the cultural communication can be achieved. Based on
the positive psychological capital of students majoring in art, this research investigates art teachers’ bilingual
teaching attitude, and how to construct the competency of art teachers via bilingual teaching.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/jel.v2n4p40

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