during the primary stage each child is expected to read 100 books - reading is breathing - and to file a reportr on tablet size pages which is then projected on to a screen for the whole class to celebrate
students choose their electives from robotics to arts to ...- the,library of books is selected carefully- history books are banned- the purpose of the school is to get children to practice co-creativity - references wise
china's thinker is looking at how this experiment can be relicated ref Zhu Yongxin
Follow. Yongxin Zhu. Professor, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Adjunct Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University;. Verified email at sjtu.edu.cn.
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Alma maters: Fudan University, Tongji University, Soochow University
The first New Education experimental school was launched in 2002 in Kunshan, Jiangsu Province. Since then, Zhu Yongxin’s innovative experiment in education has greatly gained in popularity and its ideas and vision have now been embraced by more than 4,200 schools across China. In its pursuit of “a happy, complete educational life,” it has changed the life of more than 4.9 million teachers and students, representing a positive force that is reshaping the education scene in China.
In this latest volume from the founder of the New Education, the principles at the heart of the Education Experiment vision are clearly explained and illustrated with vibrant case studies. Zhu outlines the ideas, spirit, and behaviors that are its driving force, from the focus on teacher development to the central place of reading in "a campus full of the fragrance of books." Zhu provides guidance on how to create the ideal classroom; the importance of developing excellent curriculum; the benefits of the “One Thing per Month” initiative, and the necessity of building a digital community to support students and teachers.
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