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3e International School

  About Us

        About Us
    Welcome to 3e International School where we take a visionary approach to dual-immersion bilingual education. Here, young learners become fluent in Chinese and English in a nurturing school environment uniquely designed to develop children’s critical thinking and ability to move fluidly across cultures.
    3e’s program reflects research-based best practice in language acquisition and early education. Our goal is to empower children to explore, experiment and express themselves in a context that is balanced appropriately between child-initiated and teacher-directed experiences. Social competence and an appreciation of other cultures are important components of our curriculum and instruction.
    Children learn through meaningful social experiences and here at 3e we believe that spending time with friends after school or at the weekend, and having the opportunity to relax and explore freely are equally as important as school time and enrichment classes. All form important parts of learning and growing.
    Staff and families at 3e International School have an ambitious and dynamic vision of what cutting-edge education is all about.
    Please come and see our energetic enthusiastic learning community in action!


  Teaching Staff

        Teaching Staff
    3e International School’s passionate staff is comprised of native English and Mandarin speakers.
    Many English-speaking faculty members are graduates of Michigan State University, an excellent teacher preparation program with whom 3e has an international linkage agreement. Many Chinese-speaking faculty are graduates of Beijing Normal University, with whom school has had a strong relationship since it began.
    When hiring new faculty, 3e goes through a rigorous process of interview and selection to ensure that people with the right skills and passion for visionary education are chosen to join the 3e team.
    If you are interested in a position at 3e International School, please note the following requirements:
    1.What 3e looks for in teachers (3e teacher profile document)
    2.Bachelor’s degree (minimum) in education or relevant field and teacher accreditation
    3.2 years of relevant experience
    4.Full proficiency in English language (English Faculty) or Chinese language (Chinese Faculty)
    5.Dedication to international, multicultural, and visionary education
    We welcome you to make an application. Much care and attention is paid to ensure that we select the right candidates from a very large pool of applicants. Please take time to email the following to hr@3einternationalschool.org
    1.A letter of interest for a specific position or future position
    2.Resume
    3.At least two open references and two contact details for closed references
    4.A short essay detailing: your philosophy of education and approach to children within the age group you have applied for, what skills you would bring to the team, your thoughts and experiences of team teaching and any other areas of particular interest
    Should you seem a good fit for an available position you will be contacted via email to arrange an initial interview.


  Education Service

        Education Service
    Language Arts
    Effective language skills are critical in our being able to share our ideas and needs with others. In becoming literate, children expand their abilities to listen well to others, to express themselves skillfully in both speaking and writing, and to gain knowledge about their world through a variety of print and technology. In becoming bilingual, they significantly expand their insights about human experiences and their ability to move fluidly across cultures in living, working, and sharing understandings with others. The ultimate goal in 3e Language Arts is to have children accurately interpret the communications they receive from others and to develop the capability to communicate their ideas and feelings effectively to others. Strands include listening, speaking, reading, writing, and technology and media.
    Creative Arts
    As children grow to adulthood, an important part of their development will be to expand their sensibility about what is beautiful, enjoyable, useful, and good in their world and their role in appreciating, contributing to, or sustaining those qualities in the natural and human-created world. They learn about the arts by responding to what others have produced and by making their own art. At 3e, emphasis is placed on providing a broad spectrum of age-appropriate experiences related to the visual arts (e.g., drawing, painting, sculpture, print making, mosaics, and collage) and the performing arts (e.g., singing, dancing, use of musical instruments, dramatic experience, storytelling, and puppetry).
    Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Knowledge
    No arena of development is more important that a child's ability to develop intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligence. Major tasks of childhood are the need to build a strong sense of self and others. In the intrapersonal realm, our goal is to have children become "emotionally smart." To do this, they must become self-aware, appropriately assertive, manage their feelings and emotions effectively, handle stress, and take personal responsibility. In the interpersonal realm, 3e aims to have children develop the social skills that allow them to have positive relationships with others, to live within the bounds of societal expectations, and to participate well in groups. Curricular strands include emotional and social development.
    Global, Social, and Cultural Studies
    The ability to adapt to change and diversity will become a significantly important feature of children's lives as they grow into adulthood. Because of the rapidly changing global scene, it is predictable that they will live, work, and spend leisure time with others from many different cultures and language groups. Children who develop rejecting attitudes toward others will be hampered socially, economically, and politically in the eventual contributions they can make in increasingly complex societies. Our goal at 3e is to have children in our student body grow to not only respect differences but to genuinely appreciate and enjoy the learning opportunities that come from cultural/linguistic diversity. Strands include cultural competence, shared connections, geography, history, economic development, democracy and decision making.
    Cognitive Development
    As children mature cognitively, they continually construct new or expanded understanding about the world in which they live. They gather information about the physical nature of objects and other physical phenomena, discover what makes things happen and change, and how one thing interacts with another. Strong foundations in critical thinking, science, and mathematics provide the knowledge children need to build, modify, and integrate their thinking about concepts. The ultimate goal in this area is to have children acquire, apply, adapt, integrate, and evaluate knowledge. Strands include mathematics and science and other cognitive functioning. Substrands under mathematics are number sense and operations; algebra (patterns, relationships, and functions); geometry; measurement; representation, data analysis, and probability; and communication. Substrands under science and cognitive functioning include critical thinking and inquiry; life science; physical science; and earth science.
    Physical Development
    There is good evidence that fit and healthy children tend to become fit and healthy adults. Often, the patterns that children establish during their pre kindergarten and elementary years become those that most will maintain throughout their lifetime. Our goal in this curricular area is two-fold: to have children develop confidence and competence in the control and movement of their bodies; and to have children develop the attitudes, knowledge, skills and practices that lead to maintaining, respecting, and protecting their bodies. Strands include: Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Health and Safety.
        Curriculum


  Features and Advantages

        Features and Advantages
    Increasing globalization and migration around the world dictates that a visionary approach to education is needed for 21st century learners. Our mission at 3e is to ‘develop critical thinkers and passionate learners, who can move fluidly across cultures.’This is achieved through participation in a high quality, dual-immersion bilingual experience within a multicultural learning community.
    Children from more than 25 nations are immersed fully in Mandarin and English, spending 50% of each school day in each language environment.
    At 3e, the overriding goal is to help children move towards greater self-organization and understanding of how to be successful in the social and cultural world in which they will live. In order to do this we must be sensitive to them as individuals and support them as they learn to value and respect others. We must provide them with engaging and meaningful experiences that support skill building in every developmental domain and work closely with families to communicate progress and explore the multitude of ways in which they may support their child's development.
    Children who attend 3e are more likely to become adults who have fewer biases against others who are different to themselves. They are well-prepared for the tasks that they will have to accomplish in a new and exciting global era.
    In 2004, Yong Zhao, then University Distinguished Professor of Education at Michigan State University met Gilbert Choy, CEO of Sun Wah Foundation. Conversation led to Dr. Zhao sharing his long-held desire to preserve the best of the Chinese culture, education, and language, systems he felt were losing ground to Western pedagogy. Gilbert shared a similar concern but confessed that he was equally enamored with the creative aspects of Western early childhood education. Out of their exchanges with one another and a subsequent design seminar with a diverse group of educators at the Skywalker Ranch (hosted by the George Lucas Educational Foundation), 3e International Kindergarten in Beijing, China, was born. Starting with just three pre kindergarten children in the fall of 2005, the school grew quickly, adding nursery, kindergarten, and early elementary grades.


  Admission

        Admission Information
    Thank you for your interest in 3e International School. If you have not done so already, we invite you to visit our school and see us in action. Visits can be scheduled here. We look forward to meeting you.
    Applications are accepted throughout the school year and spaces are offered based upon space availability and in accordance with 3e’s admissions policies. 3e International School seeks to offer high quality educational opportunities to all eligible students whose families identify with the school’s core values and support the school’s academic program. We aim to maintain a coeducational environment and diverse student population. In compliance with local Chinese government regulations, the school enrolls eligible children who hold a foreign passport and have at least one parent who also holds a foreign passport and appropriate working visa. At least one parent must reside in Beijing with the child.
    In the case of applicants from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, in accordance with new requirements from the Beijing Municipal Education Commission (BMEC) both parents and student(s) must be foreign passport holders (including Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan). Parents from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan must hold a travel permit and at least one parent must have a work visa or certificate issued in Beijing.
    Children with Special Educational Needs
    Children with special educational needs are considered for enrollment to 3e on a case-by-case basis, as evaluated by the Administrative Team and Admissions Committee. Decisions are made with best practice in mind. The level of support required for the child along with the school’s scope for providing appropriate support is considered fully. 3e may not be able to accommodate a child with significant needs or where children with special educational needs are already enrolled in a class. 3e aims to place only one child with special educational needs in any class where the needs are known at intake.
    Should a space be offered and additional support be required, such as an aide or additional consultation or therapies, it will be at the cost of the parents and arranged co-operatively by both the parents and 3e.
    Age Requirements
    Students must be age appropriate for their grades. The birthday cut-off date for all grades in 3e International School is Oct 1.
    Class Size and Student/Teacher Ratio
    Nursery class sizes are held at 12 children, with a 4:1 child/adult ratio in the classroom
    Pre Kindergarten classes are considered full at 16 children with an 8:1 child/adult ratio in the classroom
    Kindergarten and Elementary classes are considered full at 18 children with a 9:1 child/adult ratio in the classroom
    Additional specialist teachers of Art, P.E. and Music and numerous ancillary staff are also present in the school daily


  Contact Us

        Contact Us
    3e International School
    No. 9-1 Side Park, Jiang Tai Xi Lu Chaoyang District, Beijing 100016
    Tel: (+86)-(10)-6437-3344 ext.127 / Fax: (+86)-(10)-6437-1987
    北京市朝阳区将台西路9-1号(四得公园旁)3e国际学校
    请致电6437 3344 分机100 预约参观学校

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