September Story Time

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Yao Laoshi read a story to her learners. Here is her account of so what happened: I picked this story since it is about fathers.

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The Journey of a Seed

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September 2015

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Experiment Course—Establish Rules

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It has been a few years since the last period I taught the same class in order to groups of students at the same time. I saw this particular as an opportunity to enhance my training skills. Specifically, I planned to combine my knowledge of child-development theories along with practice to help me discover what I do well and what I could do better.

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Hi Homeland

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[Oct 1, 2015] Today may be the 66th National Holiday. The second-graders drew pictures in celebration these days during their Society and Life class.

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Reading Club September 2015

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This semester, all the teachers started reading Piaget’ s “ Educational Psychology: Theory & Practice”. Most of us agreed that the content of this book was closely related to our teaching experiences. The best part of this book, that was exactly what we needed, was the undeniable fact that it combines theory with exercise.

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Reading Club

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This semester, all the teachers began reading Piaget’ s “ Academic Psychology: Theory & Practice”. Most of us agreed that the content of this book was closely related to our teaching experiences. The best part of this book, that was exactly what we needed, was the fact that it combines theory with practice.

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RCEF awarded grant by Kowk Non-profit Trust

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RCEF has received a two-year give from the Kwok Charitable Trust to get a program focused on capacity-building for rural educators in China. Grant money will be used to deliver capacity-building providers to rural educators and rural education organizations that are carefully selected for their potential to advance the field associated with quality education service delivery pertaining to disadvantaged rural children and youngsters in China.

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RCEF invited to share experiences at “Teach for China” conference

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RCEF was asked to present our work to the guys of Teach for China, a business that recruits college graduates to show for two years in under-resourced Chinese language schools. Teach for China wished RCEF to share how we work with nearby village teachers and the kind of innovative teaching that comes out of these relationships. We showed videos of some of the creative projects RCEF teachers have got facillitated with elementary school kids. Ms.

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Theatre and Drama Camp in Sichuan Province

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In July, RCEF arranged a summer camp in Cha Ba Township, Sichuan Province. The camping served primary school students who RCEF Rural Education Innovators work together with on reading curriculum throughout the college year. For the summer camp, RCEF invited facilitators from Hua Dan to lead theater and drama course, and share their experiences with RCEF Rural Education Innovators.

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Your seeds a Reading Seed

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Ever since entering the internet age, there has never been a time in our history that so many people have access to media and reading materials. However , this can be passive reading lacking reflection and the content and information from the internet or other media changes so rapidly.   What can we do to encourage active reading?

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