China college

Hotan Teachers College

School Introduction Xinjiang Hotan Teachers College (hereinafter referred to as Hotan Teachers College) is located in the north foot of Kunlun in the west of the motherland, the southern edge of the Taklimakansha Sea, and the historic city of Hotan on the southern road of the ancient Silk Road-Hotan City. In December 1978, with the approval of the State Council and the former Ministry of Education, the Hotan Teachers College was established on the basis of the former Hotan Teachers' School (founded in 1938). It is a full-time teacher-training college in an autonomous region with a specialty education. school. In the past 30 years since its establishment, Hotan Teachers College has trained more than 10,000 professional talents for various prefectures in southern Xinjiang, and has become an important base for teacher education in southern Xinjiang to train qualified teachers for primary and secondary schools and cultivate various specialties suitable for the needs of southern Xinjiang’s economic and social development. The cradle of talent. At present, the school has 386 faculty and staff, 80 have professional and technical positions above associate senior level, and 128 are intermediate. At the end of 2006, there were more than 3,000 undergraduate and junior college students and nearly 1,600 adult students. Through continuous construction and development, and with the support of the Education Department of the Autonomous Region, our school has begun to recruit students from outside the province since 2005. This year, it will recruit students in Gansu, Shaanxi, Henan, Hebei, Shandong, Shanxi, Anhui, Sichuan and other provinces. . The school's student composition is mainly Uyghur students, with a small number of 17 ethnic groups including Han, Kirgiz, Tajik, and Kazakh. The total fixed assets of the school exceed 122 million yuan. The total value of teaching equipment is 9.406 million yuan, of which nearly 400 computers are used for teaching. The school occupies a total area of 488 mu. The school building covers an area of nearly 100,000 square meters. There are more than 20,000 square meters of teaching rooms and more than 19,000 square meters of student dormitories. The teaching facilities are complete, with 25 basic teaching laboratories in physics, chemistry and computer science, 10 multimedia classrooms, and 4 speech classrooms. The library has a collection of 242,000 books and 293 journals. It edits and publishes the national secondary academic journal "Journal of Hotan Teachers College" in Uyghur and Chinese which is publicly issued at home and abroad. The campus landscaping area is more than 77,000 square meters, and the greening rate is over 30%. The school’s 13 teaching units have 21 professional directions: mathematics education, physics education, applied electronic technology education, biology education, chemistry education, elementary education (science education), geography education, physical education, Chinese (Uyghur language and literature education), Ideological and political education, history education, Chinese, Chinese (Chinese language and culture), computer application technology (computer science education), modern education technology, art education, music education, tourism management, resource environment and urban and rural planning management, computer network Technology, secretarial, etc. Our school and Xinjiang Normal University also jointly recruit general undergraduate classes in three majors: mathematics and applied mathematics, chemistry and Chinese. In September 2006, the school successfully passed the Ministry of Education's education and teaching level evaluation, and the evaluation result reached "good". The Adult Education College of the school provides adult education for all majors in the school, and jointly runs with Xinjiang University, Xinjiang Normal University, and Kashgar Teachers College to cover all majors of our school. In addition, it also undertakes training of teachers in Hotan area and on-the-job training and continuing education for minority employees in southern Xinjiang. The school is a test center for the National Chinese Proficiency Test, the National Computer Rank Test, the National General Higher Education Adult Test, and the Autonomous Region Modern Uyghur Orthophone Test Center. The school has formed a full-time, correspondence, full-time, full-time, and full-time, correspondence, and full-time school-running structure with normal colleges, adult colleges, and various in-service elementary and middle school teacher trainings.