In July 30, 2015, the "Internet +" rural education development forum, hosted by the Xinxin Education Foundation and the education informatization Collaborative Innovation Center, was held as an important link in the "Xinxing Principals Training" activities. Nearly 50 principals from remote rural schools from different parts of the country and professors and education of Beijing Normal University. Information Collaborative Innovation Center experts exchange learning.
Yu Weiyue, deputy director of the First Department of Basic Education of the Ministry of Education, pointed out in the special report entitled "Balanced Development of Compulsory Education in China under the New Situation", that the educational background of primary and secondary school teachers has been significantly improved, and the hardware facilities of schools have been continuously improved, showing a trend of rapid development after vigorous investment and support in basic education.
But there are still many development problems and difficulties.
1, the construction of rural teachers should be strengthened.
2, the pace of balanced development needs to be speeded up.
3, the funding guarantee mechanism needs to be improved.
4, the challenge of urbanization is severe.
5, consolidate and improve the arduous task and so on.
Between 2010 and 2013, the number of rural teachers in China changed from 47.295 million to 3.345 million, with a loss rate of 30%.
As for how to improve the teaching environment in remote rural schools, counselor Tang Min of the State Council made a keynote speech on how to use Internet + to solve the problem of balanced development of education through the on-the-spot video call. The local education quality is very low because of the shortage of teachers resources caused by the common phenomena of "unable to keep" and "poor teaching". At present, the Internet plus era has broken the traditional sense of time and distance. We can bring China's high-quality educational resources to the backwardness of education in the country through the Internet, so that resources can be shared, and the balanced development of basic education can be realized. This is an effective way to allow children from remote rural schools. Zi can solve the problem of poor teaching quality by using the Internet, which is a courseware for excellent school teachers, such as the primary and secondary schools affiliated to the People's Congress of Beijing. In addition to the government's financial input, more public welfare organizations in the whole society can join in, provide multimedia equipment for children in poor rural areas, and help them to get better education.
This year is the second year of the "Xinxin Principal Training" campaign, which is organized by the Xinxin Education Foundation to improve the educational environment in China's remote rural areas by organizing exchanging and training rural principals in the country's top universities, so that children in remote rural areas can better educate, and through the campaign appeals to the whole society to pay attention to the problem of remote areas. Education in the far countryside. Xinxin Education Foundation will set up a special fund in the future to donate multimedia teaching equipment to remote rural schools in China. With the support of both software and hardware, it will speed up the improvement of teaching environment in remote rural areas.
It is understood that the Xinxin Education Foundation was founded in 1997 by overseas Chinese in the United States to help build schools and provide long-term care and services in remote villages in China. It has helped build 342 schools in 25 poverty-stricken provinces and cities in China, offering free training for rural teachers and library programs to narrow the gap between urban and rural education.