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More Vocational Courses to be Offered to Overseas Students

More Vocational Courses to be Offered to Overseas Students

Overseas students studying at the College of International Exchange of Shenzhen University will be participating more on the school’s social activities as part of the learning experience and part of their education. This will help them gain the proper experience with the companies in the city, and learn more about the Chinese culture and of [...]

Mar 1 2012, 8:08 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Talking QSI Athletics with John Kenealy

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QSI offers a great athletic program to their secondary school students in Shekou. Volleyball, soccer, basketball, cross country running, golf, table tennis, swimming, track and field, badminton and tennis are all widely played at Quality Schools International Shekou. ‘We are members of two separate conferences, the Pearl River Delta Conference as well as the Orange [...]

Feb 28 2012, 10:55 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

ECLC2 Visits Splendid China

ECLC2 Visits Splendid China

Post-Chinese New Year Celebration News ECLC2 kicked off celebrating Chinese New Year by visiting Splendid China. This trip gave the children the opportunity to experience Chinese culture, such as Tibetan dance. The children were so delighted and demonstrated their ability to take risks by joining in the dance. The children also discovered and looked into [...]

Feb 27 2012, 9:05 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Spectrum of Teaching Styles

Spectrum of Teaching Styles

Grade 6 physical education students have begun learning physical skills and activities using The Spectrum of Teaching Styles. The Spectrum of Teaching Styles is a conceptual framework which helps to describe and organize the process involved in teaching as well as serving as a repository for gathering results. The Spectrum consists of a continuum of [...]

Feb 24 2012, 7:30 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Oobleck! What IB Chem Students Cooked up for Grade One

Oobleck! What IB Chem Students Cooked up for Grade One

In grade one, we investigate the properties of liquids and solids. Specifically, we ask children to think about what happens when solids and liquids are mixed, heated and cooled. Fortunately, the grade one team knows that the IB Chemistry students explore chemical reactions at the molecular level. So we wondered, “What if the Bayside students [...]

Feb 23 2012, 8:55 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

Students Participated in Exams Organized by Sun Yat-sen University

Students Participated in Exams Organized by Sun Yat-sen University

Last Saturday around 800 students from Shenzhen, to part in a self enrollment examination at the Shenzhen Middle School in Luohu. The examinations was organized by the Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, and examinations covered subjects in Chinese, English and Mathematics. Students who took the exams said that they expected the exams to be difficult [...]

Feb 22 2012, 12:47 pm | Posted in Education | Read More »

School Semester Opens with 1 Million Students

School Semester Opens with 1 Million Students

The city’s primary and middle schools started their new semesters on Monday with more than one million students in attendance. Two new high schools opened this year in Longgang District, namely the Longgang Senoir High School and the Shenzhen No. 6 Senoir School. The Shenzhen Foreign Language School’s international department will begin enrollment in September. [...]

Feb 16 2012, 7:35 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

New Year Greetings From SAIS Principal

New Year Greetings From SAIS Principal

Dear SAIS Family, Happy Year of the Dragon to all. I would like to welcome to our new families and welcome back to our continuing families. We look forward to a semester filled with learning about new places and concepts. Our students will travel the world, learn about the history of these places, gain scientific [...]

Feb 13 2012, 7:36 am | Posted in Education | Read More »

First the Peace, or the Conflict?

First the Peace, or the Conflict?

I don’t believe peace is about rainbows and doves; if it were, Mother Nature would have supplied us with all the ingredients. Peace is definitely not about perfect harmony either, or else is would be unattainable. On top of that, peace isn’t something as straightforward as freedom or happiness; nor is it some elaborate, complex [...]

Feb 11 2012, 11:40 am | Posted in Young Writers Award - ISNS | Read More »

The Peace Story

The Peace Story

I think peace means something nice and no fighting happen. I wish the world to be no more fighting and just the peace but cannot because the real world have good people and bad peoples and that was the world patterns. If the world was not peaceful and maybe some people will fight and try [...]

Feb 10 2012, 5:46 pm | Posted in Young Writers Award - ISNS | Read More »

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