The Latest News
Dr. Spencer Fowler Shared Powerful Models for Remote Learning at Scale in Dalton
The coronavirus has inarguably caused change. Whole societies are responding to it, including our wonderful educators at Dalton.
On April 4th, Dr Spencer Fowler joined Dr. Zhao Yong's interview The Silver Lining and shared how did Dalton's educators and learners take school online and make learning more authentic, more relevant to the real world, more learner-centered during COVID-19 pandemic .
Find out more in the video!
Studio Interview of Dr. Spencer Fowler with CGTN “Culture Express”
The movie “Better Days” is causing a sensation across the country. It has continuously won the single-day top score since it premiered on Oct 25 in China. And it’s led to discussions nationwide. Dr. Spencer Fowler, CEO & Superintendent of International Programs, BDFZ Education Group, and Max Yang live from Shanghai, who is producer joined the studio of Culture Express to discuss why is this movie so popular, not only among young people but all of society? And what are some effective ways to help students who are bullied?
Find out more in the special program！
Congratulations To 10 Students Who Won the Prizes in ANCQ!
The Affiliated High School of Peking University’s Dalton Academy would like to congratulate 10 students who won the prizes in Australian National Chemistry Quiz run by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute. The Quiz has been in operation since 1982, growing from humble beginnings into an international event spread over 23 countries, 7 languages, 1400 schools and over 94,000 students.
The Affiliated High School of Peking University's Haikou Campus Welcomes the Student-Journalists
On August 26, a group of 30 student-journalists and their families from all over Hainan visited the campus facilities of The Affiliated High School of Peking University (BDFZ) Haikou International Department. They experienced a demo class which actively introduced them to the BDFZ Dalton philosophy.
The Affiliated High School of Peking University’s Dalton Academy, has received accolades from peers and industry professionals and is actively striving to live up its reputation of being “the future of learning”. This lofty ambition has been extended to the Haikou International Department in its relentless pursuit to provide authentic and unique learning experiences for students.
Let’s Talk About Your Writing!
The Dalton Writing Center is in full operation this academic year. Peer consultants are trained to talk with students on a variety of writing projects. From brainstorming to polishing, from speeches to research papers, consultants offer feedback at any stage of the writing process. In a one-on-one session, the consultant will ask a series of questions that help students articulate the ideas they want to communicate. Together, the consultant and student will discuss ways to achieve the goals of the writing project. Consultants will never write for students, they will never tell students what to do, and they will never replace teachers, but what they can do is offer a comfortable space for students to talk about unfinished work. You can learn more about our services and how to reserve an appointment in the video.
Dr. Spencer Fowler, CEO & Superintendent of International Programs, BDFZ Education Group, flew to Haikou from Beijing to welcome the visitors and give a passionate and inspiring presentation to the audience.
OUR INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROGRAM (ELP)
Our Experiential Learning Program is project-based and offered twice a year. Programs are designed to ignite curiosity and positively transform students and their communities. Students can enroll in domestic or international programs, spanning over five continents.
BELT & ROAD GLOBAL YOUTH SUMMIT
The Belt and Road Global Youth Summit is an international event which focuses on economics and development along the Belt and Road Corridor. Participants include representatives from China, Japan, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia.
DALTON ACCESS SCHOLARSHIP
The Dalton Access Scholarship is China’s first scholarship program targeted towards displaced students as a result of conflict or political instability. Our program currently supports deserving students in Jordan by giving them the opportunity to complete their last year of high school at Dalton Academy.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
James Spires is recognized as a hard-working, student-centered educator who continually seeks to improve learning. He earned a B.A. degree in Music Education and also received a Certificate of Music Technology, focusing mainly on studio recording. Besides being an extremely devoted teacher who goes the extra mile for his students, James is also a passionate saxophonist who performs in various festivals and venues with his band Stevie Mac and the MacDaddies, declared the best Beijing band in the year 2016. Dalton Academy is privileged to have him as he can pass along his stage experience while customizing instruction for each individual student. With James, the students can learn how to perform, how to minimize mistakes, write their own songs, and perform in front of people. He teaches The Language of Music, Survey of Western Music History, Fretted String Ensemble and a class called Ensemble Performance Practices.
DR. HUANG XIAOJUAN
Chinese Liberal Arts Department Chair
Dr. Huang Xiaojuan joined Dalton Academy two years ago and we are so thankful she decided to embark with us on this meaningful journey of transforming education. Devoted educator, Dr. Huang truly understands our students’ reality as she also graduated from The Affiliated High School of Peking University. She has an incredible academic background: Master’s degree completed at Peking University and a Ph.D. at Princeton University. Dr. Huang has lived abroad for a total of ten years (United States and Canada). She also worked in France, Italy and Belgium as a visiting scholar and a postdoctoral fellow focusing her research on religious and social history in pre-modern China for a year. We are extremely fortunate to count Dr. Huang among our faculty members. Not only does she share her rich knowledge with passion to our students but she also incorporates project-based learning into her Chinese Liberal Arts classes so students develop deep content knowledge as well as critical thinking, creativity, and communication skills in the context of meaningful projects, which help students define their cultural identity and cultural heritage.