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					                                               2009 ACAMIS Spring Conference 13th March-14th March:
                                                   “Transforming Schools through Technology”
                                                     At Canadian International School of Beijing


                                                           Programme Index

Programme for School Heads and Aspiring Heads ........................................................................................... 2

Programme for Counsellors ............................................................................................................................... 7

Programme for Librarians.................................................................................................................................. 9

Programme for Athletic Directors ................................................................................................................... 11

Programme for CAG Reps (Arts, Maths, Community Service, MUN, etc) .................................................... 13




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Programme for School Heads and Aspiring Heads
Thursday, 12th March 2009

18:00—20:00     Sign-up                                                                   Kempinski Hotel

Friday, 13th March 2009

08:00—08:30     Sign-up of late arrivals and local schools in Beijing                     School

08:30—10:00     Workshop: Preparing Teachers for Innovation by Mike Carder

10:00—10:30     Coffee Break                                                              School

10:30—12:00     Workshop: Preparing Teachers for Innovation (continued)                   School

12:00—12:30     Lunch Break                                                               School
                Workshop: Preparing the Learning Enterprise for Innovation by Mike
12:30—14:00                                                                               School
                Carder
14:00—14:30     Coffee Break                                                              School

14:30—16:00     Workshop: Preparing the Learning Enterprise for Innovation (continued)    School

17:00—18:30     ACAMIS Reception                                                          Kempinski Hotel

Saturday, 14th March 2009
                Selective Workshops
                        a.    Administrative Efficiency by William Ruby
                        b.    Building the Learning Enterprise with 21st Century Skills
                              by Mike Carder
                        c.    Making Assessment Data Work for My School by Barry
08:00—09:30                                                                               School
                              Soraghan
                        d.    Reducing the Workload By Mike Izzard
                        e.    Shift 'Doesn't Just' Happen by Mark Yaxley
                        f.    Using Curriculum Maps to Convene Conversations by John
                              Moore
09:30—10:00     Coffee Break                                                              School
                Selective Workshops
                        a.    Administrative Efficiency by William Ruby
                        b.    Building the Learning Enterprise with 21st Century Skills
                              (continued)by Mike Carder
                        c.    Making Assessment Data Work for My School by Barry
10:00—11:30                                                                               School
                              Soraghan
                        d.    Reducing the Workload By Mike Izzard
                        e.    Shift 'Doesn't Just' Happen by Mark Yaxley
                        f.    Using Curriculum Maps to Convene Conversations by John
                              Moore
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                 Selective Workshops
                         a.    Administrative Efficiency by William Ruby
                         b.    Building the Learning Enterprise with 21st Century Skills
                               (continued)by Mike Carder
                         c.    Making Assessment Data Work for My School by Barry
11:30—13:00                                                                                        School
                               Soraghan
                         d.    Reducing the Workload By Mike Izzard
                         e.    Shift 'Doesn't Just' Happen by Mark Yaxley
                         f.    Using Curriculum Maps to Convene Conversations by John
                               Moore
13:00—13:30      Lunch Break                                                                       School

13:30—14:45      Annual General Meeting for Heads                                                  School

14:45—15:15      Coffee Break                                                                      School

15:15—16:30      Annual General Meeting for Heads (continued)                                      School


Friday Workshop Outline

Part 1: Preparing Teachers for Innovation
  The 21st Century Student, Classroom, and Building
    Identifying pockets of ―R&D‖ in the learning environment
    The ―digital student‖
    21st century skills…STEM Model
  Collaboration in the Learning Environment
    iChat activity…‖Tough Choices‖ Document
    Social networking…Web 2.0
  Workshop Assignment
    Identify alignment of staff to ―bell curve‖
    Strategic professional development – 3 levels

Part 2: Preparing the Learning Enterprise for Innovation
        The 21st Century Student, Classroom, and Building
    Instructional strategies for high performing learning environments
    Digital tools
    The process of change
  Best Practices
    Assessment
    Leadership
    Management of change
  Workshop Assignment
    Create plan for Building Tech Leadership
    Create staff presentation


Mike Carder is Superintendent of a consortium of 47 public school districts in central Ohio. In addition, he is
Superintendent of the TRECA Digital Academy, an online virtual school in partnership with 125 public school
districts in Ohio, Colorado, Illinois, Japan, and soon to be India. Mike has been in public education for the past 33
years in various administrative and teaching positions. Mike has been involved with technology his entire career. He
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is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a former Board of Trustee member for the Ohio Education Computer Network,
former Board of Director member for Knowledge Adventure Software Inc., and former Executive Director of the
ARCTIC project (a federally funded technology innovation challenge grant between the state of Alaska and Ohio).
Mike has spoken at several state and national technology conferences as well as being invited by the Minister of
Education of Japan, to speak to school
administrators in his country about the integration of technology in American schools. In addition he is also an
Adjunct Professor at Ashland University, in Ashland, Ohio. Mike recently has established a partnership with Nike,
Inc. to create an online health and wellness program for Ohio school districts.

Mike received his B.A. from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and his M.A. from the University of Dayton,
Ohio. He has his certification in School Administration, Supervision, Curriculum Design, and Elementary Education.

Mike has been a member of the Apple Professional Development team for the past 22 years leading national
workshops on the integration of technology into the teaching and learning process. He now conducts leadership
workshops for Apple Computer, helping school district administrators to better understand the ―business model‖ and
how to strategically implement the principles of such into the K-12 environment.

Saturday Workshops:
 a.    Administrative Efficiency by William Ruby

 William Ruby MEd. is a school administrator with twenty five years experience in the private school arena. Moving
 on to further his interest in school administrative technology Mr. Ruby became Vice President of Rediker Software
 Inc, which specializes in school administrative software. Mr. Ruby will show how the use of administrative software
 (whatever company) can help the school administrator do his job more effectively.

 b.    Building the Learning Enterprise with 21st Century Skills by Mike Carder

 Addressing Staffing Needs
     ―Evolution of Thought and Practice‖ Diagram and Activity…ETAP
     Inevitable Change
     Tools of the Trade
 Learning Community
     Social Networking 101
     Assessment and Evaluation
     Connect and Collaborate
 Workshop Assignment
     Do We Speak Their Language
     Survive or Thrive
 c.    Making Assessment Data Work for My School” by Barry Soraghan

 Teachers and schools can have access to a wide range of assessment data about their students. This workshop will
 focus on the interpretation and use of this data to more effectively inform teachers about improvements to their
 teaching programs in order to maximise student learning outcomes. The broad scope of the importance of this
 interpretation and use of data will be outlined, as well as the examination of an effective practical example using the
 International Schools‘ Assessment (ISA) assessment data and reports. Participants will gain from this workshop a
 clearer understanding of how to more effectively use data to improve their teaching programs.

 Barry Soraghan joined ACER‘s Assessment Services Division as the Senior Project Director of the Evaluation
 Service for Effective Schools (ESEF) in December 2008. ESEF provides schools with the analysis of their
 performance data and school improvement processes to more effectively deliver quality student outcomes.


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During 2008, Barry worked with the consultancy firm, PhillipsKPA, on evaluation and development assignments for
both the Victorian and Commonwealth Departments of Education. He also managed several school reviews and
conducted part of the national VET Workforce Development consultation for the National Quality Council.

Prior to this Barry worked as a consultant, manager and teacher within the Catholic Education sector in New South
Wales and Victoria. His roles included developing and delivering training and leadership programs, RTO Manager,
project and policy development, providing high level, strategic advice and support to senior management and liaison
with government and other key agencies. Previously as a teacher, Barry had responsibilities for curriculum delivery,
pastoral care and student welfare in secondary schools in Victoria.

Barry has professional interests in educational leadership, whole school development and innovations in teaching
and learning. His passion is to create effective initiatives and solutions for improving student outcomes.

d.   "Reducing the Workload".
Schools in the New Millennium. Using technology to enhance student performance, school communications
and administration. By Mike Izzard

In this US presidential election, Barrack Obama has used the power of the internet to transform the way campaigns
are run. The results were clear. ―Certainly with young people whose political engagement is facilitated and
encouraged by technology, there will be higher expectations on feedback and responsiveness‖ (Financial times, 24th
October 2008)

There is no doubt that technology has changed the way our students interact with the world and highlights the
‗generational divide‘. In education this realization is, or should be, paradigmatic. Its implications are truly profound
for pedagogical practice.

Curriculum issues are actually the substance of a schools purpose. Parents have every right to expect efficient and
well-directed and integrated teaching of a well laid out curriculum. They pay big money for this.

The curricular process should be transparent to teachers, students, administrators and parents. The old inefficient
technologies, are being replaced with new technological frameworks. It offers students a chance to operate in the
environment they know and understand. It gives them new opportunities to show how they learn, and to participate
in the whole process.

How can we take advantage in international schools of our globalised technological world and overcome that old
maxim that schools are usually 20 to 30 years behind the times? The future is an exciting prospect in education.


Mike Izzard is nearly what you might call an ‗old Asia hand‘ having been in China for the past 15 years. He has
been HOD of Visual Arts at Chinese International School for the past eight years. Prior to that he was Head of
Visual Arts at the International School of Beijing for six years where he served as the Head of Computing and IT co-
ordinator as well. He has been a moderator for MYP Arts and is an assistant examiner for the IB Diploma. He has
served on the curriculum revision committees for both the IBDP Art and MYP Arts.

He is currently completing his doctoral research through the College of Fine Arts at the University of New South
Wales having done his Masters degree in Studio Arts at New York University. He also has a Bachelors Degree in
Education and Sociology from Waikato University in New Zealand and a Diploma in Education in New Zealand. He
is currently working as a consultant in educational administration.

He has delivered papers on ‗Art education and cultural differences in an international context‘ at several
conferences, including the IBAP conference in Hanoi and the ‗Alliance for International Education‘ conferences in

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Shanghai and Huangshan. He is interested and involved in getting the AIE Asia branch up and running as Asia is a
vital and growing part of the world of International Education.

e.    Shift 'Doesn't Just' Happen by Mark Yaxley

It is recognised, most succinctly through the 'Shift Happens' presentation that our world is going through a paradigm
shift in regards to teaching and learning, especially around rates of knowledge growth, the need for flexible learning
and adaptability. It is clear that technology, especially internet based technology, can provide a huge platform to aid
flexible approaches to learning. It is the perennial challenge for schools, however, to provide a prescriptive approach
for teachers to easily gain access to technology for educational enhancement AT EVERY LEVEL. Shift 'Doesn't
Just' Happen will discuss some of the challenges teachers and schools face in integrating technology into the
classroom, and explores the tools/apporaches that can be handed to teachers to help ease the transition, and what it
takes to make the tools effective in the 'modern day' classroom.

Prior to his current job as Director for Etech GRoup, Asia Pacific (3 years) Mark Yaxley had accrued 14 years
teaching and educational management experience in Asia. During that time
Mark managed a range of educational initiatives in Japan and Taiwan including nationwide program development,
teacher/skills-based training, textbook authorship, and course conversion to the eLearning environment. During his
time with Etech Group. Mark has provided much more than just a sales service to customers, and has helped a
number of local and International schools deliver hands on train ing and manage organisational change approaches to
aid the introduction of eLearning platforms.

f.    Using Curriculum Maps to Convene Conversations by John Moore

Schools around the world are centering their conversations on the process of curriculum design to improve student
performance, analyze the taught curriculum and share best practices. Through on-line curriculum mapping schools
are able to create transparency that allows teachers to analyze and share information across departments and
divisions. As a result, schools are fostering a culture of teamwork around a common vision.

The key goals of this interactive workshop will be to:
      Examine strategies to facilitate a successful curriculum design process
      Review ways to integrate into the maps the school culture, values and instructional strategies.
•     Discover how other schools are mapping various pedagogies such as Understanding by Design, International
Baccalaureate program and Dimensions of Learning.
      Explore various reporting capabilities possible through electronic mapping.
      Determine next steps in the curriculum process at your school.

John Moore is a Partner at Rubicon International, an educational technology services firm known for its leadership
in the field of curriculum management. The firm partners with public and private schools throughout the world to
plan and implement Web-based curriculum mapping using Atlas, the curriculum management program developed by
Rubicon. Seamless integration with Akili, the firms' standards based assessment and report card capability, provides
a curriculum management system based on world-wide best practices.

Mr. Moore has led a numerous technology initiatives in Taiwan, China, Japan, Thailand, Western Europe and other
parts of the world in a variety of educational and research sectors. He is particularly skilled in bringing together
diverse groups and project teams to focus on common strategic objectives.

Mr. Moore has presented at National and International Workshops and Conferences on organizational strategies for
curriculum renewal and has taught at the university level.



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Programme for Counsellors
Thursday, 12th March 2009

18:00—20:00     Sign-up                                                                          Kempinski Hotel

Friday, 13th March 2009

08:00—08:30     Sign-up of late arrivals and local schools in Beijing                            School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
08:30—10:15
                School Approach by Helen Cowie
10:15—10:45     Coffee Break                                                                     School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
10:45—12:30                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)
12:30—13:00     Lunch Break                                                                      School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
13:00—14:30                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)
14:30—15:00     Coffee Break                                                                     School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
15:00—16:00                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)
17:00—18:30     ACAMIS Reception                                                                 Kempinski Hotel

Saturday, 14th March 2009
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
08:00—10:00                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)
10:00—10:30     Coffee Break                                                                     School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
10:30—12:30                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)
12:30—13:00     Lunch Break                                                                      School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
13:00—14:30                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)
14:30—15:00     Coffee Break                                                                     School
                Challenging Bullying: The Role Of Counsellors As Partners In A Whole-
15:00—16:00                                                                                      School
                School Approach (continued)

                      Professor Helen Cowie is Director of the UK Observatory for the Promotion of Non-
                      Violence (www.ukobservatory.com) at the University of Surrey in the Faculty of Health and
                      Medical Sciences. She obtained her first degree in Psychology at the University of Glasgow,
                      her Masters degree at the University of Birmingham and her doctorate at the University of
                      London. She has published widely in national and international journals, specializing in the
                      fields of bullying, school violence, the mental health of young people, and peer support as an
                      intervention to promote non-violence. From 2008-2009 she is Visiting Professor at Hiroshima
                      University in the Graduate School of Education where she is teaching Masters students and

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collaborating with Professor Shinji Kurihara to investigate peer support and cyberbullying in Japan and UK. She is
also in process of learning Japanese.

Research She has established a network of research contacts through her leadership in a series of EU-funded projects,
the most recent of which include the Violence in Schools Training Action (VISTA) project, www.vista-europe.org and
its development into e-learning format through the Violence in Schools Online Training (VISTOP) project,
www.vistop.org/ebook/ and a new Cyberbullying Project, each designed to evaluate and disseminate effective anti-
violence strategies and involving collaborative research with colleagues from Germany, Spain, Germany, Romania,
Ireland, Norway, Bulgaria and Belgium. She is internationally recognized for her research into peer support as a
method for engaging young people themselves in addressing interpersonal difficulties. Over the years, she has built up
collaborative research into peer support with colleagues in Canada and Japan. This led to a project funded by the
Daiwa-Anglo Japanese Foundation in collaboration with Prof Takamasa Koyama of the Women‘s University, Tokyo,
and Dr Sumio Morikawa, President of the Japanese Peer Support Association, to do a critical comparison of peer
support in the UK and Japan, on the basis of which she was invited to carry out further research into peer support with
a team at Hiroshima University led by Dr Shinji Kurihari from 2008-2009. The UK Observatory is linked
internationally to other observatories (including Spain, Brazil and France) dedicated to the study of school violence.
She is frequently invited to comment on research proposals and sits on the editorial boards of a number of prestigious
journals, including the British Journal of Educational Psychology, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and the
International Journal on Violence and Schools.

Teaching She is widely experienced as an educator and trainer. Her textbook Understanding Children’s Development
(co-authored with Peter K Smith and Mark Blades and published by Blackwell) is now into its 5 th edition and has
become one of the major undergraduate developmental psychology texts in the UK. Her book Peer Support in Action,
co-authored with Patti Wallace and published by Sage, has been influential in disseminating the theory and practice of
anti-bullying methods, such as conflict resolution, peer-led listening services, and counselling-based approaches.
Emotional Health and Well-being: a Practical Guide for Schools, co-authored with Chrissie Boardman, Judith
Dawkins and Dawn Jennifer, presents a range of evaluated practices for schools, grounded in knowledge about the
mental health issues that relate to young people. Her most recent books, co-authored with Dawn Jennifer, are
Managing Violence in Schools, published by Sage in 2007, and New Perspectives on Bullying, published by the Open
University in 2008. These propose a whole-school approach grounded in restorative practices and adopt experiential
learning methods as well as e-learning methods.

Workshop Outline
CHALLENGING BULLYING: THE ROLE OF COUNSELLORS AS PARTNERS IN A WHOLE-SCHOOL
APPROACH

In this two-day experiential workshop we will explore the nature of bullying, what it is, why some children become
involved in bullying, what we can learn from research findings, what are the risk factors for bullying and why we
should listen to the voice of the child. We will explore in depth key ways in which counselors can use their distinctive
knowledge to work in partnership with educators to help prevent and reduce school bullying. In particular, we will
explore ways in which counselors can work with the relationship to help the bullied child and to change the behaviour
of those who bully. We will also discuss ways in which the counselor can collaborate with the whole school
community to raise awareness of bullying and promote action to undo its detrimental effects on everyone – those who
bully, those who are bullied and those who are bystanders.
Specific training will be offered in peer support, conflict resolution and other restorative practices. We will also
explore the critical role of supervision in sustaining anti-bullying initiatives.




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Programme for Librarians
Thursday, 12th March 2009

18:00—20:00      Sign-up                                                                          Kempinski Hotel

Friday, 13th March 2009

08:00—08:30      Sign-up of late arrivals and local schools in Beijing                            School

08:30—9:30       Keynote Speaker Speech                                                           School

9:30—10:00       Coffee Break                                                                     School

10:00—10:30      CIS Library Tour                                                                 School

10:30—12:00      Workshop: Building an International School Library by Karl Dzelzkalns            School

12:00—12:30      Lunch Break                                                                      School

12:30—14:30      Job-Alike                                                                        School

14:30—15:00      Coffee Break                                                                     School

15:00—16:00      Job-Alike (continued)                                                            School

17:00—18:30      ACAMIS Reception                                                                 Kempinski Hotel
Saturday, 14th March 2009

                 Workshop Part 1: Introduction to 21st Century Education
08:00—10:00      Workshop Part 2: Communication (blogs, twitter, Skype, Ustream, etc.)            School
                 By Thomas Galvez and Jeffrey Plaman from ISB
10:00—10:30      Coffee Break                                                                     School

10:30—12:30      Workshop Part 3: Collaboration (Wiki, Ning)
                                                                                                  School
                 Workshop Part 4: Information Fluency (RSS, PLN, diigo, etc.)
12:30—13:00      Lunch Break                                                                      School

13:00—16:30      Library Tours

16:30—17:30      Bookworm Literary Festival - optional                                            Bookworm



Building an International School Library by Karl Dzelzkalns

Description: How do you develop a library collection that matches your school's needs? This workshop will give you
what you need to know to make sure your decisions about library software that will allow staff and students to have
access to all of today's materials and allow you to grow for tomorrow. Join our discussion about what Asian
International Schools are doing to meet these challenges.

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Karl Dzelzkalns is Follett's representative for China and Mongolia. He's been helping schools build libraries and
automate their collection for the last three years.

Literal Festival Events on 14th March. (OPTIONAL)
Please contact Jenny Niven at jenny@chinabookworm.com for information on costs or other details.

12.30pm: New Voices on China
Zackary Mexico and James West

Two brand new voices, James West and Zackary Mexico, released books in 2008 which can be broadly defined as
social commentary on China today. Dealing with homosexuality, punk rock, media culture and political freedoms,
what do these new fresh voices bring to the bookshelves?

3pm: Mo Yan & Howard Goldblatt

One of China's most prominent fiction writers in English, Mo Yan (Red Sorghum, Life and Death are Wearing Me
Out, Shifu You'll Do Anything For a Laugh) comes to The Bookworm to discuss his most recent work. He's
accompanied by his translator, Howard Goldblatt, who has been at the forefront of promoting and translating Chinese
fiction into English for three decades.

7.30pm: The Literary Death Match!
hosted by Todd Zuniga

Come along for a riotous evening of literary performance as four writers are pitted against each other and judged by an
expert panel on both their literary merits and their ability to woo the crowd! Brought to you from New York and San
Francisco, the Literary Death Match format is pioneered by writer, editor and all-round literary hooligan, Todd Zuniga.
Not for the faint hearted!




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Programme for Athletic Directors
Thursday, 12th March 2009

18:00—20:00     Sign-up                                                                            Kempinski Hotel

Friday, 13th March 2009

08:00—08:30     Sign-up of late arrivals and local schools in Beijing                              School
                General Meeting
                Introductions
08:30—10:00
                Review of the March 2008 minutes.
                Making additions to or deletions from divisions if necessary
10:00—10:30     Coffee Break                                                                       School
                General Meeting (continued)
10:30—12:00                                                                                        School
                Set tournament dates and locations for 2009-2010
12:00—13:00     Lunch Break                                                                        School
                General Meeting (continued)
                Confirm changes to divisions.
13:00—14:30     Confirm tournament dates and locations for 2009-2010.                              School
                Discuss and modify the ACAMIS Sports Charter, Tournament Guidelines and
                Rules.
14:30—15:00     Coffee Break                                                                       School
                Division Meetings
15:00—16:00                                                                                        School
                Division specific discussion
16:00—16:30     General Meeting - Final questions and answers

17:00—18:30     ACAMIS Reception                                                                   Kempinski Hotel

Saturday, 14th March 2009
                        ACAMIS Tournament Hosting Idea Sharing - Scott Fitzgerald,
                  IST (60 min)
                  Using the wealth of ideas generated from attending three ACAMIS
                  tournaments per year for five years, items will be reviewed related to hosting
                  tournaments- schedules, home stay info, facilities use issues, bussing, extra
                  activities, etc. that could be used in other schools for ACAMIS tournaments.
                        ACAMIS Job-a-Like Session – Dirk Kraetzer, ISB (60 min)
                  Amongst us, as Athletic Directors and Activities Coordinators, we have a
08:00—10:00       wealth of knowledge and experience which we can make available to one            School
                  another. During this session, information will be shared that can help us all
                  to improve our school‘s co-curricular programs. Come prepared to
                  electronically share resources – e.g. (on USB): Mission Statements;
                  Eligibility Policies; Coaches Handbooks; Facility Schedules; Homestay
                  Letters; Coaches Evaluation; Practice Schedules; etc.
                  Ultimately, the aim will be to gain a better understanding of what our
                  professional needs are and to decide what we would like to focus our

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               training on in future ACAMIS AGM‘s.


10:00—10:30   Coffee Break                                                                    School
                     Cup Stacking Demonstration - Darryl Walls, CIS (45 min)
               Cup Stacking is a recent addition to the arsenal of things P.E. teachers can
               use to get kids moving. This is a demonstration by a group that represented
               China in the cup stacking championships in Singapore.
10:30—12:00                                                                                   School
                     Active and Healthy Schools - Blair Schmalenberg, TEDA (45 min)
               A Presentation of the Active and Healthy Schools Program initiated by
               Gopher Sports with the guidance of Dr. Bob Pangrazi, a long time P.E.
               teacher and professor from the United States.
12:30—13:00   Lunch Break                                                                     School

Afternoon     Prolonged meeting for the unresolved issues or free




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Programme for CAG Reps (Arts, Maths, Community Service, MUN, etc)
Thursday, 12th March 2009

18:00—20:00     Sign-up                                                           Kempinski Hotel

Friday, 13th March 2009

08:00—08:30     Sign-up of late arrivals and local schools in Beijing             School

08:30—10:15     Group Meeting: Calendar and other ACAMIS CAG Issues

10:15—10:45     Coffee Break                                                      School

10:45—12:30     Group Meeting: Calendar and other ACAMIS CAG Issues (continued)   School

12:30—13:00     Lunch Break                                                       School

13:00—14:30     Group Meeting: Calendar and other ACAMIS CAG Issues (continued)   School

14:30—15:00     Coffee Break                                                      School

15:00—16:00     Group Meeting: Calendar and other ACAMIS CAG Issues (continued)   School

17:00—18:30     ACAMIS Reception                                                  Kempinski Hotel

Saturday, 14th March 2009

08:00—10:00     Job-Alike: Resources Sharing etc                                  School

10:00—10:30     Coffee Break                                                      School

10:30—12:30     Job-Alike: Resources Sharing etc (continued)                      School

12:30—13:00     Lunch Break                                                       School

13:00-           Free or continued Job-Alike




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