Teaching in China

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Teaching in China is so much different than teaching in schools in western cultures. The entire school structure is far different. In the west, the teacher has their own classroom to decorate as needed with assignments and reminders that the students can look at each day. Teaching in China, it is the students that stay in each class and the teacher travels from classroom to classroom.

I have been blessed with being able to experience China on a level most foreigners don’t get. I have been granted teaching positions in schools located all over China. As I experience them, I will add them to the list below.

I love teaching in China. The Chinese curriculum includes chemistry, science, history, math, the Chinese language and English.

Although many of the students don't have much money, you will find they eagerly greet you with a smile, go out of their way to help you and will openly express the love they have for their families. They are content with the life they have now yet hope for a better future.

So, on the following pages you can read what life is like here in China from the point of view of young Chinese students. You will find that family is loved and although they may not have a lot of money, they are still happy.
Many have wonderful dreams. I believe they will fulfill their dreams and help make the world a better place.

I am so grateful to be here.



American Baby International English

Ningbo, Zhejiang Province

About ABIE


Liren Middle School

Ningbo, Zhejiang Province

About Liren Middle School

Class Assignment Papers

Short Stories by some of the Students


Nseer Experimental High School

Shangli, Jiangxi Province

End of Year Class Photos

New Years Day Arts Festival

Student Letters


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