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.
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?