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課堂內外與高校共建CJSY青少年財經素養學習中心

13/02/18

財經,和我們日常生活息息相關,卻總被刻意劃在專業的範疇裏。隨著經濟的發展,青少年財經素養教育已成為趨勢。作為服務於三億青少年的教育平臺,課堂內外近日與上海財經大學、西南財經大學等財經高校合作,分別在上海、成都建立CJSY青少年財經學習中心,推動國內財經素養教育的發展。

課堂內外與高校共建CJSY青少年財經素養學習中心

劉莉亞教授親自為高中學生們上課

在上海財經學習中心,上海財經大學金融學院黨委書記劉莉亞教授親自為高中學生們上課,分享她近期研究“金融大數據”的成果。沒有呆板冗長的專業概念講解,耳目一新的課程內容和角度讓學生們大呼過癮。

PM2.5會怎樣影響股市走向?談起這個選題,同學們均面面相覷,認為PM2.5和金融完全不搭邊。劉莉亞教授從人的角度做出解釋: PM2.5的濃度會影響證券交易所工作人員的情緒,從而影響其判斷和決策。當PM2.5處於較高濃度時,股票交易員的恐慌程度也處於較高狀態,不太願意冒險,進而拉低股市收益。

除此之外,劉莉亞教授還通過上海財經大學報考數據與金融市場起伏的相關性,聲音與情緒對投資者決策影響等大數據研究,讓高中生們發現金融的奧秘,了解跨學科研究的樂趣,領略別樣的金融魅力。

水對人的身體很有用,但為什麽沒有鉆石值錢呢?上海財經大學經濟學院副院長常進雄教授在給學習中心的高中生講《微觀經濟學》時,引用了日常生活中常見的鉆石和水的經典例子,闡述商品的效用與價值的關系。“價值悖論”這一難懂的金融術語,也在他深入淺出的講解中,化為深刻的符號,融入學生的知識體系。

課堂內外與高校共建CJSY青少年財經素養學習中心

高中生正在進行財經微課題答辯

談到此段學習體驗,華中師範大學第一附屬中學杜旭韜說,通過課程裏深入生活的“冰激淩”模型,圖表的直觀解析,那些看似遙不可及的經濟學知識在教授們的講述中“活了起來”。最大的收獲是養成了經濟學思維,學會帶著經濟學的眼光,借助數學工具,來分析生活中的許多現象,讓我們對事物的發生有更深層次的理解。

浙江省杭州市蕭山區第三高級中學趙創維表示,在學習中心可以提前體驗大學的教學方式,也能深入了解財經專業,對於以後確定高考方向很有意義。

目前,上海和成都的課程均已結束,高中學員們還需利用學到的財經知識,對如“快遞包裝能否變綠”等現實問題撰寫調研報告,進行課題答辯。對他們來說,財經不再是高不可攀的“珠穆朗瑪峰”,而是幫助他們理解生活、規劃未來的“萬能鑰匙”。

手臂吸脂減肥手術特點

26/01/18

手臂部位是脂肪容易滋生的部位,由於肥胖的手臂往往對形象造成影響,所以瘦手臂是很多手臂肥胖女性的都希望的結果,特備是在炎熱夏季來臨的時候。作為瘦手臂的常見方法,手臂吸脂減肥手術憑借其幾乎立竿見影的功效和作用深受喜歡和歡迎想獲得緊緻肌膚,日常的肌膚緊緻保養程序十分重要,每天進行肌膚彈性運動可以刺激肌膚蛋白增生,達到抗老活膚功效。ageLOC LumiSpa 獨家首創的微脈動反旋科技可以深入震動毛孔底層,活化肌膚細胞,對抗暗啞欠彈性的肌膚,讓你重獲年輕細嫩肌。。


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手臂吸脂減肥手術特點


作為常見的減肥手術,手臂吸脂的方法是利用類似子宮刮匙樣的器械,通過皮膚小切口伸入皮下脂肪層,將脂肪刮碎再利用負壓的吸力,通過導管將脂肪碎塊吸出,以達到減肥的目的的方法,與其他減肥方法相比,速度快,效果明顯,但其缺點與肥胖長期形成特點不相符。


注意適應症禁忌症問題


雖然手臂吸脂手術是常見的減肥手術,但是其也有著嚴格的適應症和禁忌症等方面的問題,此手術方式通常適用於其他瘦手臂方法效果差之後選擇。特備是有不適宜用手術方式進行瘦手臂的形式不宜采用,另外手臂粗壯是因為肌肉發達或皮膚松垮造成,建議慎用吸脂方法想防止肌膚老化,你可以選擇NU SKIN的最新美顏科技LumiSpa ageLOC LumiSpa,它比傳統洗面機更溫和而且清潔力更強,持續每天早晚使用有效使你的皮膚回復嫩滑及呈現年輕光澤,並達到抗衰老及拉提面形的效果。


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手臂吸脂術的術前准備


1、手術前一周停止飲酒,停用擴血管藥物。


2、身體健康狀況的檢查:除外可能存在的心、肺、肝血液等內科疾病,既往的手術史,用藥史過敏史等。


3、術前3天每天洗頭一次;術前一夜可適當服用安眠藥物,術前半小時酌情應用鎮靜、止痛藥;根據麻醉術式決定是否需要禁食。


4、受術者與醫生應作全面深入的術前交談,了解手術的大小、步驟痛苦程度、恢複的快慢、可能達到的效果;可能存在的風險;醫生應了解患者面部的情況手術的動機,對手術的期望是否符合實際等。


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手臂吸脂手術注意事項


1、手臂吸脂術後當天會有脂肪膨脹液從切口流出,不宜劇烈活動。術後第一天術區有輕微疼痛,術後第二天可以恢複正常生活毛孔粗大令皮膚望落凹凸不平,化妝都遮唔到。想搵方法收毛孔令肌膚重拾細緻?LumiSpa嘅新動護膚導頭配備獨特嘅微脈動反旋科技同泵壓式設計,徹底清潔堵塞毛孔嘅油脂污垢,又唔會傷害健康嘅貼壁組織,令肌膚重拾活力,用完更加細緻透亮!


2、敷料的更換:手臂吸脂術後切口用敷料覆蓋,有滲濕應及時更換。


3、彈力服的使用:手臂吸脂術後應穿戴彈力服1-3個月。


4、術後活動量:允許進行一般的日常活動,避免長時間或劇烈的運動。


5、手臂吸脂術後早期可能會有皮膚瘀癍,呈紫紅色,屬正常現象。如術後抽吸部位隆起,色黑,或有其他異常現象,應及時報告醫師dermes 脫毛

hifu溶脂——新一代減肥技術

25/01/18 ,

       肥胖是很多人都會面臨的一個苦惱。很多女士每次到了夏天,看著肚子上的肉還有大腿上的脂肪都感到心力交瘁。在這個時代,肥胖不僅會帶來一些疾病的產生,還會增加一個人的自卑感。很多人都會說去減肥,隨著社會的發展,很多人都變得懶惰,走路都靠坐車的年代,更別說減肥跑步了。還有一些上班族,除了工作也沒有空餘時間鍛煉,只能每天坐在辦公室裡看著自己的肚子越來越大而無可奈何。近期,hifu溶脂減肥技術的引入和使用,獲得好評和人氣越來越多Perfect Medical將韓國hifu 技術引入香港,價錢優惠吸引。HIFU屬於非侵入性、無創傷性治療,透過高度集中的超聲波,準確聚焦至肌底筋膜層,重整皮膚底層效果顯著持久,能達到緊膚、提升、減淡皺紋、改善膚質及收細毛孔的效果。。

       首先,我們了解一下什麼是hifu溶脂技術。它是一項高能聚焦超聲波技術。通過不手術,無疼痛的一項技術達到永久破壞脂肪,從而減少脂肪細胞數量,最終達到減肥的一種效果極緻拉提HIFU療程是以高強度的聚焦超聲波無創傷地深入到肌膚底層的肌腱膜,它可以由內到外的收緊肌膚,全方位真正的提升整體輪廓,從而輕鬆地為愛美人士提升顏值,令肌膚更加的有光澤、有彈性。。

       這個技術的發展,也就可以改變很多人懶得鍛煉減肥的一個局面。通過一個小小的溶脂美容術就可以讓你的身材纖瘦輕盈,重新拾回因為肥胖失去的自信心Tulip Dual hifu 減肥療程效果顯著,有效針對身體上頑固脂肪。除此以外,HIFU亦可以提升全面緊膚。透過超聲波技術,以無創傷及非侵入性的方式將能量聚焦在皮膚上,刺激膠原細胞增生,構建全新的膠原蛋白網,從皮膚底層給肌膚增強彈性。。

       但是,也不是所有的人群都適合做hifu溶脂術,術前需要評估治療部位是不是有適當厚度的脂肪組織。也就是說,微胖達不到那個標準的身材的人群,是不可以做這個溶脂術的。另外,選擇一個正規的機構是不可缺少的一個步驟。不要因為省下一點錢去選擇一些不合格的機構,免得造成人財兩空的局面年過廿五、三十未滿的 jUan 也就開始抗老化的保養,到 New Beauty 體驗 hifu 瘦面效果,鋪路做美魔女。無創高強度聚焦超聲波(HIFU)是一項大家很常聽到的技術。HIFU 能精確對準肌底下 4.5mm 肌腱膜(SMAS),以熱能刺激真皮層內的膠原蛋白增生及重組,即時活化、強化細胞,收緊、提升,托起全面輪廓。。

Mary Beard backs school Classics

11/01/18

Mary Beard backs school Classics appeal Image copyright High Storrs School Image caption High Storrs Classical Civilisation students on a field trip with teacher Gina Johnson

Renowned Classics scholar Mary Beard has backed a state school’s efforts to raise ?100,000 in a bid for it to continue teaching Latin and Classics.
High Storrs School in Sheffield said running courses for the small classes is “no longer financially viable”.
The crowd funding campaign has already raised more than ?5,000.
Prof Beard, professor of Classics at Cambridge University, said: “I am right behind any efforts to keep classical subjects in schools.”
High Storrs is thought to be the only state school in Sheffield still offering Classics and Latin as subjects, although class sizes are small.
Teacher Gina Johnson said she launched the appeal after learning the school could not fund a GCSE Latin class due to start next September despite 16 pupils enrolling for the subject.

She said achieving the total would mean the school could subsidise classes for about a decade.
Image caption Professor Mary Beard is credited with popularising classical history through her many TV programmes and books
“I went away feeling pretty desperate and thought that what we really needed was a pot of money that we could draw on to subsidise small groups in school,” Ms Johnson said.

“Learning Latin leads to learning about the Romans and I do not think anybody would argue that the Romans were not one of the most influential societies in the world.”
Head teacher Claire Tasker said: “For a GCSE subject to run they have to have enough students in the class.
“We have interest in Classics and Latin but sometimes not enough to make a group viable.”
What is Classics?

Typically, both GCSE and A Level syllabuses cover Greek and/or Roman civilisations Students may study Greek or Roman history, literature and visual arts or a broader introduction to achievements of the classical world Some exam boards also cover the archaeology, architecture, politics and philosophy Aspects of classical civilisation significant in modern world development can also feature Primary classical sources – translations or physical evidence – are used to learn about Greek/Roman society and values

Sussex University head paid

10/01/18

The vice-chancellor of Sussex University is reported to have received a £230,000 “golden handshake” when he left the institution in August last year, the latest revelation in a week of controversy about excessive payoffs and rising salaries for higher education chiefs.
Michael Farthing, who was head of the university for nine years, was received the payout “in lieu of notice” upon his departure, according to Times Higher Education. His salary was not disclosed, but Adam Ticknell, his successor was paid £293,000, a fee that included £17,000 to relocate from Birmingham and £9,000 for his pension. The research-based institution paid £545,000 to two senior staff members this year.
Spiralling pay for top university officials is currently in the spotlight at at time when pay for teaching staff had flatlined or increased only modestly. Students meantime continue to pay £9,000 fees plus interest payments, and anger has led to greater scrutiny on the sector.
It was reported this week that Bath Spa University paid Christina Slade £808,000 in her final year as vice-chancellor before she was appointed emeritus professor in what is thought to be the highest payment made in the sector to date.
She was paid a salary of £250,000, plus £429,000 as “compensation for loss of office”, £89,000 in pension contributions, a housing allowance of £20,000 and £20,000 for “other benefits in kind”.
Dame Glynis Breakwell, the vice-chancellor of nearby Bath University, stepped down last week after an outcry over her £468,000 pay package, Southampton University was forced to defend paying its vice-chancellor £423,000, and academics at Birmingham University protested against the £2.9m paid its vice-chancellor, Sir David Eastwood.
More than 160 academics signed an open letter about Eastwood’s pay that read: “This is on top of the highly desirable university-funded residence provided for him on campus, and his university-funded chauffeur-driven car.”
The row at Southampton was aggravated by the revelation that its vice-chancellor, Sir Christopher Snowden, sat on the renumeration committee that approves pay packages.
“Vice-chancellors must be removed from the committees setting their pay and signing off their perks,” said Sally Hunt, the general secretary of the University and College Union, in comments made to the Times.
“They must publish full minutes of those meeting and staff and students must be given a seat at those tables to properly scrutinise these deals.
“With further excessive pay revelations likely to follow, it is time universities stopped simply trying to defend the system and accept there must be radical change.”
Andrew Adonis, the former Labour education minister who has campaigned on the issue, has described remuneration at Sussex as a scandal.
In the House of Lords, where he sits as a non-affiliated peer, he said: “Our universities are wracked by controversy over sky-high student fees and debts, run by vice-chancellors who have become latter day prince bishops paid up to £500,000 a year, and likening themselves to [Diego] Maradona and Richard Branson.
“There should now be an independent inquiry and a salary and pay-off cap of no more than £200,000,” he said.
Sussex University defended the arrangement and said it was transparent about staff pay.
“The university’s approach to senior staff remuneration continues to be open and transparent, and we take our governance responsibilities and sector compliance requirements very seriously,” said a spokesperson.
“In the case of our former vice-chancellor, we met our contractual obligations to him and this has been clearly published in our annual financial accounts.”
The universities minister, Jo Johnson, has promised “greater restraint in setting top salaries.” He said excessive pay for university heads would be brought under control by new regulations next year.
He said he was “absolutely convinced” that a new regulator, the Office for Students, will deal with pay concerns.

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