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Homeward Bound

September, 2008
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Think “homeschooling” and perhaps the first thing that comes to mind is a lonely batch of kids holed up in a makeshift classroom in a suburban garage, with a harried mom flailing a meter-rule and attempting to balance her teaching role with housework, shopping and getting the roast done for dinner. …

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College… Ready Set Go!

June, 2008
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The road from high school to college is a winding one, frequented with obstacles from course planning to financial and location issues. Tania McCartney looks at how you can take control of the wheel and cruise into your college years with style.

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All in the Family

June, 2008
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They say being a teacher is the most demanding job in the world next to parenting. So what if mom and dad are both teachers Tania McCartney talks to the Ng family, who prove that having two teachers in the family is a very rewarding thing.

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Spring Festival performances at the British School of Beijing

February, 2008
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Arts Festival Sets Tone of Good Will

February, 2008
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Developing a child’s character and creative thinking through art classes has become a popular new approach in early childhood education. Developed by a group of early childhood education experts and child psychologists in South Korea in 1998, the babyArt program focuses on fostering children’s imaginative power and creative thinking through its tailored art courses…

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All the World Is a Stage

February, 2008
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Can you turn yourself into an actor or actress within one week and then play in a show before a big audience? You may be hesitant to say “yes,” but a group of students from international schools in Beijing have proven that they can.

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BSB Holds Music Competition

February, 2008
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Kung Fu Family

February, 2008
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There are many ways to express the “Chineseness” of an expatriate family, and what this Canadian family has chosen is undoubtedly an impressive one.

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To Wear or Not to Wear the Uniform?

June, 2006
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After living in Beijing for 12 years, Marina Mihalkov will for the first time not have to worry about what to wear to school. The Year 10 student at the Harrow International School Beijing will now be required to wear a uniform every day.

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Giving Gifted and Talented Children A Chance to Shine

April, 2006
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As the coordinator for gifted children at the Western Academy of Beijing (WAB), Robyn Lonergan is often asked: “How many gifted children do we have on campus?”

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Growing Appetite for Quality International Schools Sweeps Beijing

April, 2006
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Vernon Goodfellow couldn’t hide his excitement as he moved to his new campus office on March 14. “When the construction is completed in June, there will be 90 classrooms, two gyms, a 25-metre swimming pool, music rooms, dance studios and…

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