Hard to believe it’s the end of the semester! We’ve had a great term so far, and look forward to continuing next year with more great community activities to celebrate our 10th anniversary.
Here are some exciting things we’ve been working on:
- Save the Date! On January 23rd, we will be hosting our 2nd Annual Community Development Day for educators in Shanghai in our Lujiazui Campus.
- Matthew Hamming, one of our Life Skills Program participants, has a brand new photo-blog, which is now live! The blog not only showcases Matthew’s beautiful photography of people, places, and experiences around the world, but it also serves as a communication tool which can follow him around wherever he goes. Photographs serve as an anchor for conversation and allow us to have a mutually shared context for communication. Check out Matthew’s blog and see the world from his artistic perspective.
- Based on our decade-long expertise working with schools in Shanghai to help children with special needs, we’ve come up with a helpful infographic for teachers in international schools and kindergartens. Here are our experts’ tips on helping children with special needs in China!
Interested in joining us on January 23 for our 2nd Annual
Community Development Day?
Check out the info below!
Early Intervention Program Leader Robin Shepard talks about how to tailor an activity for different levels of learning.
An interview with Speech Therapist Reyhaneh Rajabzadeh, who is leading the effort at the American Speech Language Association (ASHA) to create new opportunities for early-career professionals.
Read about our team’s activities in the community.