Wang Lijia

发布日期: 2017-10-12   作者:  浏览次数: 1029

Wang Lijia

Ph.D.  Associate Professor

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Address: 1006, 10th Floor, Liberal Arts Building, Department of Education, East China Normal University, No.3663 North Zhongshan Road, Shanghai,20062,P.R.China.

Educational Background

Ph.D. of Philosophy of Education at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2010-2013

Master of Pedagogy at East China Normal University, 2007-2010

Bachelor of Pedagogy at Liaoning Normal University, 2003-2007

Academic Communication

Teacher Rotation and Teacher Development in Chinese Mainland. Paper presented to ECNU-UIUC Academic Week,Oct. 1-8, 2019.

Holding or surrendering: School organizational identity formation in CSAs. Paper presented to National Institutes of Educational Policy Research, 2018.(First author)

An analysis of teacher rotation policy from the perspective of teacher development: a case study of two primary schools in Shanghai. Paper presented to “International Conference on Educational Research: Target, Object, Method and Its Particularity”, East China Normal University, July 10-11. (First author)

Teacher’s Life and Work under the Quality Assurance System in the Chinese Mainland. Paper presented to the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong Annual Conference 2013 ‘Educational Reform and Social Change: East-West Dialogue’. The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Feb. 23, 2013.

 A Critical Analysis of Professional Standards for Teachers. Paper presented to the 3rd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research. East China Normal University, Dec. 5-9, 2012.

 Report Paper: Teachers’ Understanding of Teachers’ Expertise in Chinese Mainland in the Context of Accountability in "2020 Education Vision" International Academic Seminar, Taiwan Normal University, Nov. 9-10, 2012.

Teacher Morality in Mainland China: Evolution and Characteristics - A Policy Text Analysis. Paper presented to the Journal of Moral Education 40th Anniversary Conference, Association for Moral Education 37th Annual Conference and Asia Pacific Network for Moral Education 6th Annual Conference. Nanjing Normal University, Oct. 24-28, 2011.

Report Paper: Teacher Professional Ethics Education: a Survey of International and Local Views in the first Global Teacher Education Summit "How to Train Teachers in Twenty-first Century: Dialogues between the East and the West", Beijing Normal University, Oct. 28-31, 2011.

Courses Offered

  • Pedagogy( for undergraduates)

  • Principles and Methods in Moral Education (for undergraduate students)

  • Literature review (graduate students)

  • Moral Education (for postgraduates)

  • School Reform and Teacher Development in China (Compulsory Course, International Students)



  • Wang, L.J. (Author) What are TeachersAccountable for: Research on the Construction of Teachers' Responsibility in Educational Quality Guarantee System. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016.( funded by Youth Academic Works Publishing Fund, East China Normal University)

  • Wang, L.J. (Translator of the eighth part) Handbook of Research on Teacher Education (mainly translated by Fan Guorui). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016.

  • Wang, L.J. (Translator of the third Chapter) Educational Research Methods (mainly translated by Cheng Liang). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2015.


  • Wang, L. J. (2022). (First author) Schools’Organizational Learning in Partnership Practice: A Case Study of Project W. Exploring Education Development, (2).

  • Wang, L. J. (2021). Seniors' Engaging in Disadvantaged Schools and Its Quality Assurance Approaches: An Analysis of Experience Corps Baltimore. Studies in Foreign Education, (1).

  • Wang, L. J. (2020). In Pursuit of Effectivism: Misapplication of Deterrence in Student

    Management and Its Rectification. Contemporary Education Sciences, (10).
  • Wang, L. J. (2020). Strategies and implications of teacher education accountability in the United States from the perspective of policy instruments. Education Science, (4).

  • Manhong Lai, Lijia Wang.Fulfilling set objectives: A case study of Teacher development in two primary schools in Beijing. ECNU Review of Education, 2019, 2(2): 178-195.

  • Wang, L. J. Teaching Research Group (Jiaoyanzu) and Teacher Development in China.Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory 2020,Springer, pp 1–5

  • Wang, L. J. (First author). Chinese Teacher Rotation Policy, Encyclopedia of Teacher Education, in pressing.

  • Wang,L.J.(2018).From Quality Teacher Transfer to Quality Teacher Creation:A Study of Teacher Rotation Policy from Teacher Development Perspective.Journal of Educational Development Research ,(4).

  • Wang, L.J. (2016). (First author)Boundary Spanner in School partnership building: Concept, Roles and Capacity Building: taking university SDO in U-B-S partnership as an example.Exploring Education Development, (22).

  • Wang, L.J. (2016). (First author)Teachers' Interpretations of the Ethical Dimensions of Teaching on the Chinese Mainland: a Case Study of Two Secondary Schools in Shanghai. Frontiers of Education in China, 11(2).

  • Wang, L.J. (2016). School Leadership Development in Victoria of Australia: An Analysis of Its Framework, Methods and Characteristics. Comparative Education Review, (1).

  • Wang, L.J. (2015). Teacher Professionalism in the Context of Educational Accountability: Forms, Practice and Policy Choice.Teacher Education Research, (6). Reprinted in full in Pedagogy,Duplicated Materials by People's University, 2016, (4).

  • Wang, L.J. (2014).The Construction of Teacher Responsibility in the Field of School: An Empirical Study from the Perspective of Cultural Accountability. Global education outlook, (8).

  • Wang, L.J. (2014).The Impact of Policies on Teachers’ Professionalism and Work under Accountability and Managerialism in the Chinese Mainland (coauthored by Leslie, N. K. Lo, Manhong Lai & Lijia Wang,). In Qing Gu (Ed.) The Work and Lives of Teachers in China. London: Routledge.

  • Wang, L.J. (2013). The Impact of Policies on Teachers’ Professionalism and Work under Accountability and Managerialism in the Chinese Mainland (coauthored by Leslie, N. K. Lo, Manhong Lai & Lijia Wang,). Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 41 (3).

  • Wang, L.J. (2013). Foundations and Practices of Educational Accountability in England, America and Australia, (co-authored with Lu Naigui). Comparative Education Review, No.1, 2013, p 93-97.

  • Wang, L.J. (2011). Studies in Ethics in Teaching in the West: Direction and Issues (co-authored with Lu Naigui), Global Education Outlook, No.8, 2011, page .10-14. (Reprinted in Duplicated Materials by People's University Pedagogy, No.12, 2011).

  • Wang, L.J. (2011). The Formulation and Inspiration of the National Education Association's professional ethical norms of education, Education Science, No.3, 2011, p. 93-96.

Research Projects

Deterring in Schooling and its ethical correction. Youth Project of the Ministry of Education supported by Projects of National Education Science, 2019.

Teacher Leadership in the Chinese Mainland: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools in Shanghai and Beijing, Overseas Posting Project of Humanities and social sciences of East China Normal University, 2015.


East China Normal University Outstanding Ideological and Political Education Workers for Students from 2014 to 2015.