3 Table of Contents About ACAMIS.. 4 Welcome from CDIS About CDIS School Map Conference Overview and Reminders Conference Structure Conference Schedule Keynotes. 18 Workshops.. 19 Workshop Leader Biographies Teacher Presenters Biographies Cultural Outing Information.. 38 Publisher Pages 41 Attending Schools Notebook Pages
4 About ACAMIS ACAMIS VISION CHINESE LANGUAGE TEACHERS NETWORK (CLTN) COMMITTEE CHRISTINE XU GARBO ZHANG NINI NAM l YVONNA LIU SHAN SHAN YANG 4
5 ACAMIS BOARD OF DIRECTORS TOM ULMET LAURIE MCLELLAN ACAMIS TAREK RAZIK STEPHEN DARE ROBERT STEARNS HOWARD STRIBBELL JEFFRY STUBBS SANDRA WEBSTER DALE COX TONY MONIZ 5 Untitled-5.indd 5 6/12/15 13:33
6 Welcome Letter from CDIS O Debbie-Sue Blanks 6
7 About CDIS E 7
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9 3 rd Floor 4 th Floor FLOOR PLAN KEY 9
11 CONFERENCE REMINDER Wireless Access SSID: ACAMIS (no password needed) Due to wireless network resource limitation, please turn off WIFI connection on your cell phone. Security Nametags MUST be worn at all times. Access to the conference areas cannot be gained without one. Clinic Location: Support and Assistance For any assistance please approach a host staff member wearing an ACAMIS shirt. Important phone numbers Conference Coordinator: Ms. Rebecca CDIS ACAMIS Committee: Ms. Michelle CDIS Reception: (028) A C A M I S 11
12 STRUCTURE July 1 Choice of 4 Workshops A C A M I S Personalized Education and Language Learning Making Our Chinese Language Teaching Activities Deep and Rich Dr. Yong Zhao Dr. Helena Curtain Managing Individuals in the Classroom Ms. Jennifer Perkins Teaching Facilities and Ideas for Screen Mr. Lien Yujen Swiping Generation Learners For Novice Technology Users July 2 Choice of 4 Workshops Personalized Education and Language Learning Making Our Chinese Language Teaching Activities Deep and Rich Managing Individuals in the Classroom Teaching Facilities and Ideas for Screen Swiping Generation Learners(for Advanced Learners) July 3 A Day of Sharing Dr. Yong Zhao Dr. Helena Curtain Ms. Jennifer Perkins Mr. Lien Yujen Job Alikes Discuss common issues and strategies with peers Then attend the following sessions of your choice (or a combination) Teacher Presentations Culture Presentations (Embroidery, Craft, Tai chi, Dance, or Painting) 5 options x 2 periods Open Hours for Technology Consultation Mr. Lien Yujen July 4 - Culture Day and Outing (OPTIONAL EVENT WITH SEPARATE COST) 12
13 Conference Schedule Wednesday July 1, :30 Bus pick up from conference hotels 8:10-8:40 Registration & Coffee on arrival 8:40-9:00 Conference Welcome 9:00-9:45 Opening Keynote: Topic: 9:45-10:00 10:00-10:10 10:10-10:30 Topic Location: 3 rd Floor Theatre Explanation of Schedule Dr. Yong Zhao Two Education Paradigms: What Defines and How to Create a World Class Education Who: Publisher 1-Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd Topic: Chinese language materials for international school students Location: 3 rd Floor Theatre Morning tea Teaching Facilities and Ideas for Screen Swiping Generation Learners - Workshop for Beginner Technology Users Personalized Education and Language Learning Making Our Chinese Language Teaching Activities Deep and Rich Managing Individuals in the Classroom Presenter Mr.Lien Yujen Dr. Yong Zhao Dr. Helena Curtain Ms. Jennifer Perkins Location 1 st Floor (Multipurpose Room Behind the cafeteria) 2 nd Floor Gym 3 rd Floor Theatre 4 th Floor Dance Practice Hall 10:30- Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 Session 1 12:10 12:10- Lunch 13:00 13:00- Who: Publisher 2-Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press 13:10 Topic: Communicative Language Teaching Approach and Discover China Location: 1 st Floor Multipurpose Room 13:20- Session 2 Session 2 Session 2 Session 2 15:00 15:00- Afternoon tea 15:20 15:20- Session 3 Session 3 Session 3 Session 3 17:00 17:00-17:30 ACAMIS Member School CLTN Election Location: 1 st Floor Multipurpose Room 17:40 Bus Departure for Conference Opening Dinner 13
14 Thursday July 2, :30 Bus pick up from conference hotels 8:10-8:40 Coffee on arrival 8:40-9:00 Group Photo 9:00-9:45 Keynote Speech: Topic: Location: Dr. Helena Curtain On the Path to Language Proficiency: Examining How Students Learn Language 3 rd Floor Theatre 9:50-10:00 Who: Publisher 3 Peking University Press Topic: The Way to Teaching Chinese - How to be a Happy Teacher Location: 3 rd Floor Theatre 10:00- Morning tea 10:10 10:10- Who: Publisher 4 Beijing Language and Culture University Press 10:20 Topic: Children s Readers with Both Teaching and Educating Function Topic Location: 3 rd Floor Theatre Teaching Facilities and Ideas for Screen Swiping Generation Learners- Workshop for Advanced Users Personalized Education and Language Learning Repeat of Day 1 Making Our Chinese Language Teaching Activities Deep and Rich Repeat of Day 1 Managing Individuals in the Classroom Repeat of Day 1 Presenter Mr. Lien Yujen Dr. Yong Zhao Dr. Helena Curtain Ms. Jennifer Perkins Location 1 st Floor Multipurpose Room 2 nd Floor Gym 3 rd Floor Theatre 4 th Floor Dance Practice Hall 10:30- Session 4 Session 4 Session 4 Session 4 12:10 12:10- Lunch 13:00 13:00- Who: Publisher 5 Sinolingua Co.,Ltd 13:10 Topic: Exploring China-A Children s Guide to Chinese Culture Location: 1 st Floor Multipurpose Room 13:20- Session 5 Session 5 Session 5 Session 5 15:00 15:00- Afternoon tea 15:20 15:20- Session 6 Session 6 Session 6 Session 6 17:00 17:10 Bus departure for conference hotels 14
15 Friday July 3, :30 Bus pick up from conference hotels 8:10 Coffee on arrival 8:20- Who: Publisher 6 - Creative Knowledge Company 8:30 Topic: Transforming Children s Reading Experience with Immersive Technology Location: RM:309 8:45-10:00 10:00-10:10 10:10-10:20 10:30-11:40 11:40-12:40 12:40-12:50 Session 7: Job Alikes 1. ES Chinese Language A 2. ES Chinese Language B 3. MS Chinese Language A 4. MS Chinese Language B 5. HS Chinese Language A 6. HS Chinese Language B 7. Chinese Coordinator Morning tea Locations 1. Theatre 2. RM: RM: RM: RM: RM: RM:322 Who: Publisher 7 Marshall Cavendish Education Topic: Teaching and Learning Chinese Effectively in the 21 st Century Location: RM 309 Session 8 Teacher Presenters Locations 1. PYP 1. RM: The first 10 minutes of a Chinese lesson 2. RM: Everything about Differentiation in the PYP 3. RM:308 Chinese Classroom RM: Effective Classroom Management 5. RM: Theatre Culture Presentations Locations 1. Embroidery 1. RM: Traditional Craft Technology Consultation (Individuals or small groups) with Lien Yujen Lunch 2. RM:209 Location 1 st Floor Multipurpose Room Who: Publisher 8 High Education Press Topic: Class Teaching Skills for International School Students Based on Cool Panda Chinese Language Teaching Resources Location: 1 st Floor Multipurpose Room 15
16 13:00-14:10 14:10-14:25 14:10-14:20 14:25-15:35 15:35-15:50 Session 9 Teacher Presentations Engaging students with strategies to provide comprehensive input in Kindergarten and primary school 3. Formative assessment in Chinese teaching The way to integrate language with culture for upper KS2 near native students Culture Presentations 1. Embroidery 2. Traditional craft 3. Painting Technology Consultation (Individuals or small groups) with Lien Yujen Afternoon tea Locations 1. RM: RM: RM: Theatre 5. RM:305 Locations 1. RM: RM: RM:309 Location: 1st Floor Multipurpose Room Who: Publisher 9 Sino Commercial Trading Corporation Topic: Location: RM:322 Session 10 Teacher Presentations Locations 1. Literacy in the Inquiry Classroom adapted 1. RM:304 from Kath Murdoch s strategies The Implementation of TPRS in Primary 2. RM:306 Chinese Second Language Class TRPS 3. Using technology to teach Chinese language 3. RM: Theatre Culture Week-various ages 5. Grammar Matters 5: RM:305 How to manage 6: RM:321 your classroom Culture Presentations Locations 1. Tai Chi 1. RM: Dance 2. RM: Painting 3. RM:309 Technology Consultation (Individuals or small groups) with Lien Yujen Afternoon tea Location: 1st Floor Multipurpose Room 16
17 15:50-17:00 17:00-18:00 Session 11 Teacher Presentations 1. Transdisciplinary Learning in Language and Beyond 2. Creative Reading Strategies in a PYP classroom Partner with 21st Century Learning Skills in a New Chinese Class Model - High school, Near Native to Native students 6. IGCSE and IB Chinese Essay Writing Culture Presentations 1. Tai Chi 2. Dance Technology Consultation (Individuals or small groups) with Lien Yujen Closing Reception Locations 1. RM: RM: RM: Theatre 5. RM: RM:321 Locations 1. RM: RM:311 Location 1st Floor Multipurpose Room 17
18 KEYNOTE SPEECHES Wednesday 9:00 9:45 / July1, 2015 Dr. Yong Zhao A C A M I S Two Education Paradigms: What Class Education Keynote description: Thursday Dr. Helena Curtain Examining How Students Learn Language Keynote description: 18
19 WORKSHOPS Personalized Education and Language Learning by Yong Zhao Wednesday July 1, 2015 Thursday July 2, 2015 A C A M I S 19
20 Making Our Chinese Language Teaching Activities Deep and Rich by Helena Curtain Wednesday July 1, 2015 Helena Curtain A C A M I S Thursday July 2,
21 Managing Individuals in the Classroom by Jennifer Perkins Jennifer Perkins Wednesday July 1, 2015 How can I create a more effective learning environment for all students? Classroom Management Everyone Can Learn Differentiation Acoommodations, Learners A C A M I S 21
22 A C A M I S Instruction Enhancement for High Achievers and Gifted Learners Tell me, I forget. Show me, I remember. ~Old Chinese Proverb Thursday July 2,
23 Teaching Facilities and Ideas for Screen Swiping Generation Learners: Workshop for Beginner Technology Users by Lien Yujen Wednesday July 1, 2015 Objectives: At the end of the workshop, participants will be able: Course Content: A C A M I S 23
24 A C A M I S Teaching Facilities and Ideas for Screen Swiping Generation Learners: Workshop for Advanced Users (or continuation from Day 1 Workshop) by Lien Yujen Thursday July 2, 2015 Objectives: At the end of the workshop, participants will be able: 24
25 Workshop Presenter Biographies Yong Zhao is an internationally known scholar, author, and speaker. His works focus on the implications of globalization and technology on education. He has designed schools that cultivate global competence, developed computer games for language learning, and founded research and development institutions to explore innovative education models. He has published over 100 articles and 20 books, and was named one of the 2012 ten most by the Tech & Learn Magazine. He is an elected fellow of the International Academy for Education. His latest book World Class Learners has won several awards including the Society of Professors of Education Book Award (2013), Association of Education Distinguished Achievement Award in Education Leadership (2013). He currently serves as the Presidential Chair and Director of the Institute for Global and Online Education in the College of Education, University of Oregon, where he is also a Professor in the Department of Educational Measurement, Policy, and Leadership. He received his B.A. in English Language Education from Sichuan Institute of Foreign Languages in Chongqing, China in After teaching English in China for six visiting scholar in He then began his graduate studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in He received his A.M. in Education in 1994 and Ph.D. in He joined the faculty at MSU in 1996 after working as the Language Center Coordinator at Willamette University and a language specialist at Hamilton College. Yong Zhao 25
26 Helena Curtain 26 Helena Curtain, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee (Emerita), is the author of numerous publications dealing with language instruction and the winner of many awards for her service to the language teaching profession. She has served as a speaker, consultant, and visiting professor throughout the USA and in 31 countries. She is an expert on language teaching methodology, curriculum development, and bilingual education. Dr. Curtain directed the English as a Second Language and World Language teacher preparation programs at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for ten years. Previously she coordinated the foreign language and ESL programs grades K-12 in the Milwaukee Public Schools, and taught at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. In the Milwaukee Public Schools she started three full immersion programs in German, Spanish and French and was one of the pioneers of the immersion movement in the United States.
27 Jennifer Perkins Jennifer Perkins has been educating children and adults for over three decades in Nashville, Tennessee. Her experience began in Special Education with students of varying exceptionalities. Some of her students had emotional,intellectual or behavioral problems while others were exceptionally gifted. For twenty years she educated students who were high achievers and considered talented and gifted. These years prepared her for mentoring many novice teachers and eventually brought her to the university level. M Vanderbilt University, formerly George Peabody College for Teachers, where she received a B.S. in Elementary Education and Special Education. She continued her education at Middle Tennessee State University earning a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision. Since Ms. Perkins is a life-long learner, she furthered her education with thirty hours of credit beyond M brought her half-way around the world from her home to China. While at ISQ she is developing the Academic Services department to better serve students with learning needs. When a student is referred to the AS department, she will listen to the teachers and parents, as well as observe the student before determining the type of services that are needed. Sometimes students only need temporary assistance; other times interventions and accommodations are coordinated with the teachers. When individual instruction is needed, time is made available in 27
28 Lien Yujen 28 Lien Yujen is a lecturer at the Department of Chinese Literature and Language, National Taitung University, Taiwan. Also, he is a Ph.D. student in the Graduate Institute of Information and Computer Education at National Taiwan Normal University, with a focus on the ICT integration training model for teachers of Chinese as a Foreign/Second language. He has 9-years experience of Chinese Learning and Teaching ICT integration training worldwide as well as development of digital materials to serve overseas Chinese teachers. Due to his work experiences, educational background and personal interests, Yujen is familiar with a large spectrum of educational tools, websites, services, software and hardware in Chinese language teaching. As a college teacher and researcher, his primary research interest is emerging technologies, new forms of devices and social media in Chinese language education, especially the instructional design with technology-supported curriculum. Now, he is using mobile devices and emerging technologies to interact with Chinese language teachers and learners worldwide.
29 TEACHER PRESENTATIONS - FRIDAY JULY 3,2015 * 10:30 11:40 PYP Jasmine Xu 29 Lisa Yan Assistant Head of Shanghai United International School, International Stream Primary MTESOL Lisa has been working as a Mandarin teacher for 8 years in different international schools in Shanghai. Wendy Wu Chinese Teacher of International Stream Primary, Shanghai United International School Pudong Campus MTCFL Master of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language Wendy has been working as a Chinese teacher for 2 years in Shanghai United International School Pudong Campus. Wendy Wang Chinese Teacher of Shanghai United International School, International Stream Primary MTCSOL Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages Wendy has been working as a Mandarin teacher for 4 years and has 2 years overseas teaching experience in Thailand and the United States.
30 * 10:30 11:40 Everything about Differentiation in the PYP Chinese Classroom Suvy Shu ( ) 30 Debbie Tai Debbie Tai is currently the primary school Chinese team leader at Discovery College (ESF Hong Kong), an IB workshop leader, a CIS/ WASC school visiting overseas for 10 years with early childhood, primary and secondary education experience. She has expertise in Chinese teaching, ESL, education administration, media marketing and personal performance coaching. * 10:30 11:40 Amy Dai * 10:30 11:40 Effective Classroom Management Chris Shang (Shang Aifeng
31 * 10:30 11:40 Ruan Jingfang ( ) 31 Judy Hu * 13:00-14:10 Joe Zhou * 13:00 14:10 Engaging students with strategies to provide comprehensible input in kindergarten and primary school Nini Nam Nini Nam has worked at Hong Kong International School for 17 years in both the Middle School and Lower Primary as a Chinese Teacher. Her professional background includes being a Smartboard trainer (2010-present), The Hong Kong Putonghua Education and Assessment Center for Grade Two level A (1998), and Bachelor of Arts from National Taiwan University (1988). While at HKIS, she has contributed Saturday TPRS Mandarin teaching to parents and staff (2008 & 2010), as team & curriculum leader ( ), and as a coach ( ).
32 * 13:00 14:10 Formative assessment in Chinese teaching Narcy He 32 I am a teacher at Shanghai United International School. I graduated from the English department of Shanghai International Study University in July, I started working in SUIS from 2007 as a PYP teacher. After one year of teaching, I went to Japan to study for my master degree. My major research for master degree is international education in China and Japan. In the past three years I worked as a Grade 4 teacher in SUIS, teaching Chinese, English, Math and UOI. I became a grade 4 coordinator this year. My new teaching experience helps me to practice more about organizing and social skills and thinking more deeply how to integrate UOI theme to Chinese learning and teaching. * 13:00 14:10 Vivian Huang * 13:00 14:10 The way to integrate language with culture for upper KS2 near native students Judy Gu G5 homeroom teacher of Shanghai United International School, International Stream Primary Bachelor of Teaching Chinese language and literacy I have been working as a Chinese teacher for 5 years in international school in Shanghai. Erica Li Chinese Teacher of Shanghai United International School, International Stream Primary MTCSOL Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages Erica has been working as a Mandarin teacher for 5 years in different international schools both in Shanghai and Africa.
33 Jingyi Gao Chinese Coordinator of Shanghai United International School, International Stream Primary MTCSOL Master of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages Jingyi has been working as a Mandarin teacher for 7 years in different international school both in Shanghai and U.K. * 14:25 15:35 Literacy in the Inquiry Classroom - adapted from Kath 33 Jenny Chen Jenny is the Head of the Chinese Department at Bradbury School (ESF), Hong Kong. She began her professional journey with the PYP programme in As a PYP trained Chinese teacher, she has planned and taught the Units of Inquiry in a bilingual and Chinese as an additional language context. She has been leading the development of Chinese curriculum at her school. She has also been involved in writing school assessment policies and language policies, as well as ESF Chinese Scope and Sequence documents. As a PYP workshop leader, Jenny has conducted both in-school and regional workshops in China, Hong Kong and Singapore. She has been involved in IB visits Lynette Pang Lynette is a Chinese teacher at Bradbury School (ESF), Hong Kong. She began her professional journey with the PYP programme in As a PYP trained Chinese teacher, she has planned and taught the Units of Inquiry in a Chinese as an additional language context. She has been involved in writing ESF Chinese Scope and Sequence documents.
34 * 14:25 15:35 The Implementation of TPRS in Primary Chinese Second Language Class Zhu Yuexian 34 Huang Jingfan * 14:25 15:35 Using technology to teach Chinese language Brenda Yun Hor Chong I have completed my study in Master of Teaching and Learning last year with my research focused on learning Mandarin as a Second or Foreign Language. I am currently teaching K-12 Mandarin in Nexus International School, Putrajaya Malaysia. I am keen to experiment with and implement various
35 * 14:25 15:35 Culture Week - various ages Zhou Yue I have worked in Shenyang International School since I graduated with BA in Chinese Language and Literature. I am always passionate about teaching. Being a teacher was my dream when I was little. Shenyang of Liaoning Province was a great city for me to move to in I met the man who became my husband and we married in the spring of This year is my 7th year as the director of the Chinese department. Seven ladies are an awesome team. Some of my hobbies include: cooking, reading, walking with my husband and my pretty 35 * 14:25 15:35 Grammar Matters Carol Chen 14:25 15:35 How to manage your classroom Jane Li
36 * 15:50 17:00 Transdisciplinary Learning in Language Class and Beyond Bo Yuan 36 Jennifer Doo * 15:50 17:00 Creative Reading strategies in a PYP classroom Margie Wu Utahloy International School GuangZhou Pei-Hsuan Yu Shrewsbury International School (Thailand)
37 * 15:50 17:00 Zhu Yuexian 37 * 15:50 17:00 Partner with 21st century learning skills in a new Chinese class model - High school, Near Native to Native students Doris Zhao * 15:50 17:00 IGCSE and IB Chinese Essay Writing June Chen
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41 Publisher Information 2015 ACAMIS Chinese Conference ACAMIS is grateful for the support of the publishers below. Their contribution allows us to keep registration fees lower so that more people can attend the conference. Their attendance at the Chinese Conference also gives teachers the chance to browse products for their classrooms. 41 the Chinese language in the 21st century. With growing demand for high quality Chinese Language Teaching (CLT) materials, we have developed groundbreaking CLT packages for all kinds of learners at different levels. Our CLT materials are especially useful for international schools where students come from diverse backgrounds but are looking for an approach to language learning that meets the unique needs of non-native learners. Cengage Learning strives to publish CLT content that is culturally authentic, linguistically accurate and aesthetically appealing, to best meet teaching and learning needs. excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing programme that includes scholarly works in all English as a foreign language, business books, dictionaries and reference books, and journals. Oxford University Press (China) Ltd (OUP China) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of OUP, dedicated to serving the education community and the public at large in Greater China. Established in Hong Kong in 1961, OUP Macau and Beijing, employing more than 300 members of staff and publishing over 1,000 new titles annually.
43 Beijing Language and Culture University Press (abbreviated as BLCUP) is an integrated part of Beijing Language College Textbooks. For about 30 years, BLCUP has been devoted to publishing only the Chinese language learning materials of the highest quality. We offer products for general, vocational and business Chinese courses, materials for improving grammar and vocabulary, books for CSL teachers, and Applied Linguistics books. We are committed to publishing timely, relevant, and exciting materials for use with learners of all ages and language ability levels. Our famous products include New Practical Chinese, Easy Steps to Chinese, New Concept Chinese, HSK Standard Textbooks and Chinese Paradise. Company Website: 43 teaching audio-video products and multimedia software for the teaching of Chinese as a foreign language. Materials, produced in 43 languages, include textbooks, teaching supplements, HSK preparation books, reference books, and reading materials related to Chinese culture. In 2013, Sinolingua launched Encounters, a broadcast quality TV series for learning Chinese. This groundbreaking program offers integrated multimedia components including books, website, DVD lab packs - providing a fulldimensional approach to Chinese learning. Company Website:
44 44 and schoolbag solutions, Chinese processing software, Chinese learning products, CD-Rom applications and hardware mobile learning devices. We have a longstanding relationship with the Ministry of Education (MOE). With their blessings, we have created products such as electronic dictionary that are used in schools for Chinese language exams. We have also built HansVision software that is widely used in schools for processing Chinese documents and for teaching Chinese. Together with Marshall Cavendish, our online learning platform (iflashbook) has also been successfully used as an online teaching platform in schools. Over the past years, we have also developed online applications for MOE. These applications have been popular and are well received by teachers and students. Presentation Name: Bringing You Holistic Educational Solutions As the leading provider of educational solutions in the high performing nation of Singapore, Marshall Cavendish Education recognises that education is more than acquiring content knowledge. This is why Marshall Cavendish Education offers a holistic approach to excellent learning and teaching through curriculum, technology and professional development. Our comprehensive print materials build conceptual knowledge and challenge students to think critically while our digital solutions complement the curriculum by engaging them to learn independently. To close the gap between theory and practice, we provide professional development programmes for educators that enable them to be effective in nurturing the next generation of creative thinkers to be ready for life. Today, Marshall Cavendish Education is the leading provider of K 12 educational solutions, with the majority of schools in Singapore adopting our print or digital content for English, Asian Languages, Mathematics and Science. Company Website: Presentation Name: Teaching and learning Chinese effectively in the 21st century
46 ATTENDING SCHOOLS 46 Beacon Hill School Beijing City International School Bradbury School Canadian International School of Beijing Canadian International School of Hong Kong Chengdu International School Chinese University of Hong Kong Clearwater Bay School Concordia International School Shanghai Concordian International School in Thailand Cox Mill High School Daegu International School Dalian American International School Delia School of Canada (Hong Kong) Devoted Education Centre Discovery College Dulwich College Beijing Dulwich College Shanghai ESF Quarry Bay School (Hong Kong) ESF Sha Tin Junior School (Hong Kong) ESF South Island School ESF West Island School Foreign Language School of Sichuan Glenealy School (ESF) Greenhills School Guangdong Country Garden School Hong Kong Academy Hong Kong International School International College Hong Kong - Hong Lok Yuen International School of Bangkok International School of Beijing International School of Dongguan International School of Ningbo International School of Qingdao (MTI) International School of Tianjin International School of Wuxi ISA International School Guangzhou Island Christian Academy Kellett School Kennedy School Kingston International School Leman International School Chengdu Macau Anglican College Nanjing International School National Taiwan Normal University Nexus International School Putrajaya Ningbo Xiaoshi High School Qingdao No. 1 International School of Shandong Province QSI Chengdu Sekolah Pelita Harapan Pluit Indonesia Sha Tin College, Hong Kong Shanghai American School Puxi Campus Shanghai Community International School - Hongqiao Campus Shanghai Singapore International School Shanghai United International School Hongqiao Shanghai United International School - Pudong Shenyang Yuan Jian International School Shrewsbury International School SJI International Elementary School Suzhou Singapore International School TEDA International School The American International School of Guangzhou The British International School Shanghai Pudong The British International School Shanghai Puxi The British School in Beijing Sanlitun The British School of Beijing, Shunyi The British School of Guangzhou The Independent Schools Foundation Academy Tianjin International School Tsinghua International School Utahloy International School Guangzhou Victoria Shanghai Academy Wellington College International Shanghai Western Academy of Beijing Western International School of Shanghai Wuxi Taihu International School Xavier School Xi Ning International Academy Yew Chung International School of Beijing Yew Chung International School of Chongqing Yew Chung International School of Qingdao Yew Chung International School of Shanghai in Pudong Yew Chung International School of Shanghai in Puxi Yew Wah International School of Rizhao YK Pao School of Shanghai Zhuhai International School
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