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Ideas to Strengthen Patriotism Education at Schools

Monday, March 1st, 2010

Recently the international community is watching closely on the dispute between UK and Argentina over Falkland Islands. Both sides have their own standpoints. It is too complex to tell who is wrong or right, but one thing we can learn from the issue between UK and Argentina is that patriotism should be passed to the mass deeply. Pupils and students, certainly, come as the first group to accept the patriotism education. In this situation, teachers are the critical guides, and schools are the education platform. It is necessary to make the young know what is patriotism, whether through traditional ways like visiting, reading, etc. or the modern technological methods, such as watching videos, taking some Flash history quizzes, etc.

Teachers are suggested to cultivate students’ patriotism from things close to them, which will make the meaning of love for motherland more acceptable.

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Induction Training – Help New Employees Integrate into Team Quickly

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Induction Training is absolutely vital for new employees, regardless of whether they are experienced or not. When come to a new company, new employees are thirsty to know more about their new work place, they want to quickly integrate into the new team. Many companies conduct induction training program to help employees integrate into the work environment. However, achieving the induction training goal within a short period of training time is really difficult. How to help new employees integrate into your new team quickly via induction training? Here are some points.

Make a good induction training plan

Making a good induction training plan is the cornerstone of success. The pre-piece stands, not pre-then waste. As an induction training manager, you should make a elaborate plan based on your company’s specific conditions and new employees’ characteristics before implementation. Training content, form, time, responsible person, cost should be included in your detailed plan.

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Flexible In-service Training Methods to Reinforce Employees

Monday, February 8th, 2010

In-service training is one of the most popular ways to help employees develop their skills in a specific discipline or occupation. This training offers them good chances to make improvements and also companies benefit a lot from it. On the other hand, there are indeed some shortcomings of this on-the-job training. Most typically, in-service training is conducted during a break in the individuals’ work schedule, so it will take up employee’s time for rest and also it is not easy to appoint a fixed time with so many people. Therefore, employers or trainers need to take some flexible training measures.

CBT training offers more freedom.

Computer Based Training (CBT) is used more and more in the big as well as small corporations. It has worked with an astounding rate of success. Distant learning, online courseware sharing system, etc. are robust assistants for learning in service.

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Track Online Learning Quality at H1N1 Period

Monday, November 9th, 2009

H1n1 flu is sweeping across our campus, are you ready to protect your student interests under the name of a conscientious teacher?

H1N1 flu has frightened us for months. According to the statistical data from IDPH, there have been 272 people at age of 5~24 being confirmed to get hospitalized and 7 of them dead from the disease as of October 30, 2009, accounting for 37.5 percent of all patients in the country. The health and life of youth, especially including students of all ages, are now threatened.

h1n1 Track Online Learning Quality at H1N1 Period

More and more pupils are forced to leave school for isolation therapy, there’re huge numbers of schools and colleges suspending classes due to the wild spread of H1N1 flu, indicating the readjustment of teachers’ curriculum. In view of this situation, now many schools are attempting the online distance learning programs to give lessons to students. However, the most difficult tackle for teachers and educators is how to guarantee the quality of such online education. Have you ever think of a practical way to ensure the actual result of their study?
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A Multimedia H1N1 Flu Quiz Teaches Students More Efficiently to Keep Them Healthy

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

H1N1 flu, also known as swine flu, has greatly threatened people’s health and daily life. Facing the serious situation, it becomes more urgent to keep students, the group with great possibility to be infected, away from the terrible flu. For you, the teachers who are good guides to introduce the knowledge of H1N1 flu to students, a multimedia swine flu quiz can help you offer students a vivid lesson to strengthen their consciousness of prevention!

h1n1 swine virus A Multimedia H1N1 Flu Quiz Teaches Students More Efficiently to Keep Them Healthy

To teach students knowledge about swine flu, you can make some instruction with PowerPoint presentation. However, can you guarantee that the students have really understood the content? Making a multimedia swine flu quiz will impress the students, help them understand the swine flu more profoundly to protect themselves from swine flu.

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