This conference is increasingly important in supporting the professional development needs of our members in international early childhood education.
We are delighted that two experienced keynote speakers will join us in Hangzhou from WIDA at the University of Wisconsin, one of the foremost research units in English language learning issues. They will also lead several sessions at this conference, but no conference is complete without the kind of peer expertise that teacher from ACAMIS member schools can provide.
Sincerely thanks to Jeffry Stubbs of Hangzhou International School of for hosting this conference and to the ECE Organizing Committee lead by Julie Terry and supported by Frances Lond-Caulk, Katie Knight and Rebecca Maxwell.
Finally, be sure to take this opportunity to connect with colleagues from other schools which is an enriching benefit from these gatherings and most of all, enjoy the stimulation!
The Association of China and Mongolia International Schools (ACAMIS) is a non-profit membership organization formed to facilitate interactions and development among international schools in China and Mongolia, assisting member schools to grow and achieve the very best standards in international education. ACAMIS now has a membership of 76 international schools located in mainland China, Mongolia, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan representing more than 64,000 students and 8,000 teachers. The schools range in size from less than 300 to over 2,000 pupils.