Study on SIS Overall Planning of Characteristic School Culture in China

Yue QIU

Abstract


In this paper, School Identification System (SIS) overall planning and design are studied on background of the new round of education reform launched by Chinese government. Based on the theory of Corporation Identification System (CIS) design and teenagers’ psychology, the way of SIS overall planning and design application is researched, and we discuss the implementation of SIS overall planning under specific case in Sichuan province of China for history and regional culture characteristics.


Keywords


SIS; Characteristic school culture; Education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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