Teach in China Archives - Dipont Education
If you couldn’t join us for our recent webinar on the professional support new teachers will receive when they work for Dipont, you can watch it again here or on our YouTube channel. Peter was joined by Caroline Lincoln, deputy director for academic quality management, who talked about the wide-ranging and ongoing
We held an online info session for those interested in the teaching opportunities available with Dipont Education. The session can be watched again below or on our YouTube channel.
As life in China starts to return to normal after coronavirus, schools in the country – including Dipont Education’s curriculum centers and independent schools – are actively recruiting international teachers.
Oliver Knapman, recruitment manager for Dipont’s Shanghai Huaer Collegiate School Kunshan, talks about his career and his role in recruiting staff to our exciting new school development. Dipont: Can you tell us a bit about your professional background and role with Dipont? Oliver: I have been in teacher recruitment in
Dipont Education’s partner in its independent schools projects in Hangzhou and Wuxi is holding a recruitment event in the United Kingdom.
Every year, we recruit hundreds of international teachers to teach on our international high school programs, which offer A-level, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs to Chinese high school students. But what is it actually like teaching Chinese students in China? We give you the low-down. What is the traditional
A celebration was held on Saturday 22 June 2019 to mark the completion of vertical construction on Dipont Education’s new K-12 school in Kunshan, China. The ‘topping out’ ceremony was held at the school construction site in the Kunshan Economic and Technological Development Zone. It was attended by representatives of
Dipont Education has recruited a head of school to lead and manage the development of its latest K-12 campus development in Kunshan, China. US citizen Carol Santos has been appointed to the school, which will open in 2020 and follow an American and bilingual Chinese curriculum. At capacity the school,
Rosalina Menton has taught English language and literature in our international center at Hangzhou Foreign Language School since 2016. In 2017, she won the Dipont Education ‘teacher of the year award’, an annual award. Here she writes about her experiences of teaching in China. “Having come from a successful media