4th Annual International Schools China 2018

2018年11月21-22日 • 中國,上海,Shanghai Marriott Hotel Parkview

概要

在中國,越來越多父母希望讓孩子接受雙語教育或西化教育,使得國際學校及私立學校市場蓬勃發展。根據ISC Research研究報告,其國內學校年度學費收入達到40億美元。雖然有已達到飽和的地區,但某些地區仍是未開發市場。

第4屆International Schools China由IBC Asia主辦,將一同思考如何因應分散型市場課題、探索成長及技術創新可能性,並介紹提升教育成效的策略。

會議亮點

  • 唯一聚焦中國國際學校及私立學校的會議。
  • 過去3屆會議累積豐碩成果,並獲產業界支持。
  • 經營主管團體討論將針對學校經營策略、技術創新、成長等議題。
  • 學生對談-聆聽學生分享是什麼因素促成差異化學習體驗。
  • 教育領域之成長策略、數位化、技術創新之學校案例分享。

議程

8:00 am

Main Conference Registration and Morning Coffee

9:00 am

IBC Asia's Welcome Address

9:05 am

Chairperson's Opening Remarks

THE MARKET IN CHINA

9:10 am

  • Trends, growth area, developments of international schools market in China
  • Where is the industry moving towards to?
  • Update on the implications of the new national law on private education in China

9:40 am

  • Licensing and classification
  • Financial incentives and corporate governance
  • Land acquisition
  • Partnerships and JVs
  • Growth and investment opportunities in Sino-foreign cooperative schools vs Bilingual / Chinese-owned private schools

STARTING AND EXPANDING IN CHINA

10:10 am

First MOE-China Approved Sino-Foreign School Case Study: Starting a New School - Approval Process & Requirements, Meeting Cultural Differences

Brantley Turner, American Principal, Shanghai Qibao Dwight High School, China

10:40 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

11:10 am

  • How are regulatory changes affecting private schools?
  • How will it affect new comers into this education market?
  • Case studies for preschool licensing in Shanghai and the kind of curriculum that can be used

11:40 am

Major International Venture: Launching 5 New Schools in China - Business Partnerships, Collaboration and Exchange Opportunities

Sean Davey, Director - International Schools, Reigate Grammar School International Limited, UK

12:10 pm

A New School Case Study: The Set-Up Process from the Perspective of a UK School

Karl Gross, Director of Overseas Schools, King's College School, UK

REVIEWING BUSINESS MODELS IN NEW AGE LEARNING

12:35 pm

Meeting the Learning and Developmental Needs of Every Student: Transformation of Spaces, Schedules, Curriculum, Assessment, Staffing, PD, Technology, and More.

John D'Arcy, Deputy Director, Western Academy of Beijing, China

1:00 pm

Networking Lunch

2:00 pm

  • Processes decisions when making choices about innovative, flexible learning & environments that maximise this happening in schools

2:30 pm

Case Study: Learning From Building The Largest Campus in China

Jackie Becher, Executive Principal, EtonHouse Shanghai, China

3:00 pm

  • Case Studies: Nanjing International School and various Australian projects
  • Embracing relevant and authentic research projects for human-centered design processes

3:30 pm

Afternoon Networking Tea

4:00 pm

Sustainability Matters: The Rise of Alternative Real Estate Market in China: Spotlight on International Schools Market

Mark Cameron, Sustainability Director - IFM HK Engineering & Ops Solution, JLL

WINNING THE TALENT WAR

4:30 pm

Case Study: Adding Value to Teacher Professional Development with a Focus on Incremental Coaching

Neil Clayton, Founding Principal, Lucton School Shanghai, China

5:00 pm

Three Trends that Will Affect Teacher Recruitment at Chinese Bilingual and International Schools This Year

Diane Jacoutot, Managing Director, Edvectus, UK

5:30 pm

  • Responding to the policy change to limit recruiting staff from six native English-speaking countries for Schools for the Children of Foreign Workers
  • What works and what didn't?
  • Availability of resources to improve teachers' effectiveness
  • Professional development for teachers

6:10 pm

End of Day One Conference and Networking Cocktails

9:00 am

Chairperson's Opening Remarks

THE BILINGUAL MARKET

Why Bilingual Education: Highlighting Commercial and Educational Merits of Operating a Bilingual School

Rachel Borland, Principal, Shanghai Concord Bilingual School, China

9:30 am

  • Development and challenges for Bilingual Schools in China
  • Licensing and permits for bilingual schools - opportunities or threat?
  • Revenue models for bilingual schools
  • How the curriculum design strategies should be reflecting market's need?
  • Student market size and assessment criteria
  • Business and operations models

10:10 am

Meeting the Growing Demand of Bilingual Market: Equipping Students with Internationally and Locally-Recognised Bilingual Curriculum

Lili Jia, Dean of Curriculum, Keystone Academy, China

10:40 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

11:10 am

  • An appreciation of research-based evidence for factors that make professional learning effective
  • Raising the brand of the school through bilingual context
  • Strategies for effective training in retaining talents in bilingual schools
  • Developing leadership in bilingual schools for better market expansion

11:30 am

Singapore-China Partnerships for a Proven Commercialisable Bilingual Education Solution

Dr Thomas Chong, Chief Learning Officer and Chief Communications Officer, KinderWorld International Group, Singapore

VALUE ADDED EDUCATION DELIVERY

12:00 pm

How Education is Changing as a Business and Teaching and Learning Delivery

Geoff Cocksworth, International Director, The King's School Canterbury

12:30 pm

Implication of Changes to European Data Protection Law and its Impact on Usage of Technology in Classrooms

Mark Orchison, Managing Director, 9ine, UK

1:00 pm

Networking Lunch

2:00 pm

Case Study: Equipping and Developing Teachers with Western Pedagogical Techniques for the China Market

Peter Liddell, General Manager, Schrole

2:30 pm

  • Providing essential insight from student formative assessment data to help school leadership teams deliver better educational outcomes
  • Personalising teaching and identifying individual learning support needs
  • The importance of data and implementing an effective assessment programme

3:00 pm

Afternoon Networking Tea

3:30 pm

  • Cultivating reading, writing, speaking and listening skills
  • Innovative learning and developing research skills
  • Retaining students' learning with the use of all senses
  • Critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication

4:00 pm

  • What is standards-based grading?
  • Principles of standards-based grading: how does it work
  • How to move a school from traditional reporting to standards based

4:30 pm

  • Addressing key issues and unique challenges faced by the international schools market in China
  • The changing face of education - How can we best prepare the next generations of students for the new digital world
  • With growing competitions, how do you distinguish yourself from other schools?
  • The expansion of China's international schools into other countries, especially in the Belt and Road countries, in respond to China's growing role in globalization

5:10 pm

Close of conference

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演講者

Richard Gaskell

Schools Director, ISC Research Ltd

Caroline Taylor 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Caroline Taylor

Head of College, Dulwich College Shanghai, China

Brantley Turner 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Brantley Turner

American Principal, Shanghai Qibao Dwight High School, China

Joseph Lee 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Joseph Lee

Founder and Principal, Busy Bee Education, China

Sean Davey 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Sean Davey

Director - International Schools, Reigate Grammar School International Limited, UK

John D'Arcy 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

John D'Arcy

Deputy Director, Western Academy of Beijing, China

Andrew Short 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Andrew Short

Director - International Schools, Furnware, New Zealand

Jackie Becher 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Jackie Becher

Executive Principal, EtonHouse Shanghai, China

Philip Idle 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Philip Idle

Director, EIW Architects, Australia

Mark Cameron 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Mark Cameron

Sustainability Director - IFM HK Engineering & Ops Solution, JLL

Neil Clayton 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Neil Clayton

Founding Principal, Lucton School Shanghai, China

Diane Jacoutot 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Diane Jacoutot

Managing Director, Edvectus, UK

Kelly Wailes 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Kelly Wailes

Interim Headmistress, Harrow Shanghai, China

Geoff Cocksworth 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Geoff Cocksworth

International Director, The King's School Canterbury

Douglas Prescott

Head of School, Canadian International School of Beijing, China

Rob Stewart

Executive Principal, Boston International School, China

Rachel Borland 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Rachel Borland

Principal, Shanghai Concord Bilingual School, China

Ahmed Hussain 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Ahmed Hussain

Senior Director of Academics, Wellington College China, China

Peter Baker 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Peter Baker

Education Director, KinderWorld Vietnam

Lili Jia 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Lili Jia

Dean of Curriculum, Keystone Academy, China

Dr Thomas Chong 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Dr Thomas Chong

Chief Learning Officer and Chief Communications Officer, KinderWorld International Group, Singapore

Mark Orchison

Managing Director, 9ine, UK

Peter Liddell 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Peter Liddell

General Manager, Schrole

Jared Nolan 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Jared Nolan

Head of Primary, Nord Anglia British International School Shanghai, China

Darin Schmidt 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Darin Schmidt

Principal, Shenzhen American International School, China

Greg Smith

Head of School, Shenzhen Shekou International School, China

John Todd 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

John Todd

Regional Director of Schools, China, Director of Safeguarding, Dulwich College International, China

Karl Yin

Chairman, HIK Group, Founder & Chairman of Governors, HIKSVS International School, China

舉辦日期及地點

2018年11月21-22日

Shanghai Marriott Hotel Parkview
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合作夥伴

Supporting Associations

Since 1951, International Schools Association (ISA) has been dedicated to consulting and providing educators with the necessary guidance that is needed to help schools define their understanding of the term "international" in education. It began when a small group of head teachers volunteered to form the Conference of Internationally Minded Schools. In the same year, with UNESCO backing together with the support of staff, parents and governors of the International School of Geneva and the United Nations International School in New York, the International Schools Association (ISA) was founded. ISA was the very first educational, nongovernmental organization (NGO) to have, and to continue to have, consultative status at UNESCO.

ISC Research (ISC) has been the leading provider of data and market intelligence on the world's K-12 English-medium international schools market since 1994. Most of its data is sourced directly by ISC's researchers, including field-based research consultants based in all key regions of the world who visit many international schools each year to meet directly with senior leaders to collect primary source intelligence and data. ISC offers a range of market reports, research partnerships and services to meet the needs of schools, higher education institutions, school suppliers, investors, developers and professionals involved with international education. These include market intelligence reports for key countries, benchmarking reports, statistical reports, and an online data licence providing real time market information, school data, contact options and search facilities.

ISC data and market intelligence is frequently referenced by the global media and is used by the leading international school associations and educational organisations: www.iscresearch.com

Media Partners

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