Onboarding Concept

Incorporation designates the action and also the effect of the verb incorporate, which etymologically comes from the Latin “incorporate”, a term made up of the interior prefix “in” and by “corpus” which is translated as “body”.

When we speak of an incorporation, we mean that something or someone is introduced into a body or structure , adding to the previous members, and can be applied to very different contexts.

Regarding things:

We can talk about the incorporation of new words to the language, for example: “The RAE has allowed the incorporation into our language of words such as amigovios or bloggers.”

It is also used when a store enters new items for sale: “The incorporation of bookstore items to the toy store, allowed sales to double.”

The incorporation of new technologies in the institutions makes them modernize and can satisfy the demands of their members, clients or patients.

Other things that can be incorporated: ingredients to a meal, details to a decoration, colors to a painting, arguments to a text, and so on.

Regarding people:

In an establishment or entity, there is talk of the incorporation of new members, when people join it in different qualities: “The incorporation of the player who was bought abroad, made the football team strengthen its performance “, “There has been incorporation of many cadets to the Armed Forces ”,“ Great success has been achieved, with the incorporation into schools of students who were out of school ”or“ The incorporation of new doctors made it possible for the Hospital to attend more patients who were able to join to the consultations ”.

In wars, the incorporation of a large part of adult men into the country’s forces is frequent, since it is the obligation of citizens to defend the sovereignty of their country.

In the globalized world, the incorporation can be made of entire countries to regional markets or international communities.

In another sense, incorporation designates the action and effect of leaving the lying position to sit or stand.


Onboarding is the process of immersing a new employee in your business, or a new customer / customer in your product.


Onboarding is the procedure by which someone new is educated on an existing product, service, or process. The two main types of incorporation are:

Employee onboarding: This is when a new employee joins a company and must learn to use the company’s internal systems, the product they are working with, and the general flow of communication. It is not uncommon for a company to spend its first month incorporating a new employee. The stronger the onboarding process, the faster the employee can become a contributing member of the team.

Incorporating customers: this is the process of introducing a client to services provided by your product, you can take advantage to the maximum purchase. Usually the customer being shipped is already familiar with the product (since they bought it or started a free trial) but does not know to what extent the product can be used. When onboarding a customer, it is important to show them a wide range of uses for your product. This will keep them interested and allow them to spend more time with your product, improving your chances of customer retention.

Onboarding strategy

Communication strategy in which learners take fragments of previous utterances to which they add elements at the beginning or at the end to form a complete statement; For example, a girl using this strategy could have the following dialogue with her mother:

Mother: Where is the dog?

Girl : Where is the dog in the garden.

The girl takes her mother’s question and adds a new element to it at the end.


For example, a girl using this strategy could have the following dialogue with her mother:

Mother:  Where is the dog?

Girl : Where is the dog in the garden.

The girl takes her mother’s question and adds a new element to it at the end.


Vertical construction

Back construction


Wagner-Gough, J. 1975. “Comparative Studies in Second Language Learning.” CAL-ERIC / CLL Series on Language and Linguistics 26.



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Стратегия внедрения


Natural Places of Pedagogical Interest are …

All those Places that host a Natural Heritage capable of serving as a pedagogical resource and in which Environmental Education initiatives are developed whose object is the knowledge and appreciation of nature.

For the purposes of this Catalog, Natural Heritage is considered to be all those Natural Places of interest in terms of biodiversity, functionality, uniqueness, representativeness, geological heritage, intangible heritage linked to natural heritage, among others.

Thus, they can be Places of very different dimensions, types, property or level of protection: from a pond inside a school campus to a Protected Natural Area, passing through a path, a small private or public forest or a park peri-urban.

Natural Places of Pedagogical Interest are not …

Equipments. A piece of equipment by itself (a natural history museum, for example) has no place in this Catalog. If that equipment works as a support for the knowledge and appreciation of the values ​​of a Natural Place (a wetland interpretation center, for example), it will appear as a resource to support the educational interest of that Place.

This catalog does not make up the Protected Natural Areas per se, but rather those that currently serve as a setting for outdoor pedagogical activities.

Tourist destinations. Although part of its objective is that it can be used by citizens in general and families in particular during their leisure time, they should not be conceived more than as tools intended exclusively for training and awareness. Therefore, there is no place in it those Natural Places in which the activities carried out are limited to their tourist use.

Places that house a highly sensitive natural or historical-artistic heritage, in which the development of pedagogical activities or of public use may not be part of the Catalog, may pose a risk to their integrity and good state of conservation.

In addition, the Places that make up this Catalog:

They must have a sufficient load-bearing capacity so that the pedagogical activities carried out in them do not have an excessive impact on their natural or historical heritage.

They do not acquire any rank of legal protection for being part of the Catalog. Their inclusion in it has the sole purpose of promoting knowledge and dissemination of their pedagogical interest.

They must be the object of active pedagogical activities. The mere potential for the development of actions of this type is not enough to be included in the Catalog, but must be supported by specific activities or programs.

They should not necessarily be open to all citizens. The existence of specific times or dates is not a requirement either. Thus, it is possible to incorporate into this Catalog of Private Places with restricted access to concerted groups, in which pedagogical initiatives linked to the knowledge and appreciation of nature are developed.

How is a Natural Place of Pedagogical Interest incorporated into the Catalog?

All types of public and private entities and groups may propose the inclusion of Places in this Catalog, but not natural persons if it is not on behalf of any of them.

The Places must be proposed through the available Application Form, whose sections must be covered in their entirety and without exceeding the number of words and images indicated.

In a certain place, different pedagogical activities can be developed by different entities. Before incorporating its Place, the interested entity must check if it is already included in the Catalog and wishes to add its pedagogical activity, or add a new Place.

Once the Request Form has been reviewed and potential modifications have been consulted with the sending entity, it will be included in the Catalog.

Interested entities may also propose modifications and updates to the different Places in relation to updating, modifying or expanding activities, information about the Place, or other data of interest.

Who is responsible for this Catalog?

This catalog is promoted and managed by CEIDA – Center for University Extension and Environmental Disclosure of Galicia, with the support of the Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry for Ecological Transition.

The managers of this Catalog are not responsible for the veracity or degree of updating of the information contained in the information sheets on the different Places that make it up, which will be the responsibility of the entity requesting its inclusion in the Catalog.

This Catalog is not responsible for the possible damages that some poorly conceived or designed pedagogical activities may have on the biodiversity of the Places included in it. However, it will take extreme control in this regard. To this end, and within the framework of its participatory nature, those activities that have been reported as damaging to natural heritage will not be included or removed from it.

The entity that proposes each Place is ultimately responsible for its inclusion in this Catalog. In this sense, this Catalog does not endorse the non-existence in that Place of risks for the safety and health of the people, an extreme this that the potential users and visitors of the same must contrast with the entity that supports the inclusion of the Place in this Catalog or with its managers.