Education  China Project #36065

English Education for Rural Children in China

by Shanghai Minhang Qu Hua Cao Pu Lu Shi Qing Shao Nian Fa Zhan Zhong Xin
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China
English Education for Rural Children in China

Project Report | Feb 16, 2023
English Education for Rural Children in China

By Sebastien Carrier, Ph.D. | Program Director

Our community has been through so much in 2022. Throughout the year, we have continued to feel the ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic with regular lockdowns, school closures, and event cancellations. In spite of these challenges, our team has carried on with providing online educational services to disadvantaged students in China, even providing more lessons than anticipated.

 

As was the case in 2020 and 2021, our online interventions continued to be our main focus in 2022. We scaled up our School Videolink Program from 20 to 26 rural schools, located in Fujian, Henan, Hebei, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Guangxi, and Guizhou provinces. At the same time, our Home Classroom Program – which consists of volunteers teaching online to 5-8 students located in their own homes – continued to reach thousands of students across China. In total, more than 3,275 students joined one of our online English programs in 2022, and our volunteers delivered an impressive total of 4,347 online lessons.

 

As the Spring 2023 semester has started and we are heading along the road back to 'normal' life, we are very excited to have resumed our online programs at many of our partner schools in rural China while adding to our program new schools in Henan and Anhui. In total, more than 2,350 students are enrolled in one of our online English programs this semester.

 

Along with providing English to an increased number of children across China, our team is always looking for new ways to innovate. For example, to help students enhance their speaking and listening skills, new English song and phonics classes have been added to our curriculum. In the upcoming months, we are also planning to equip more rural schools with talking pens and workbooks to help our students review their lessons and strengthen their language-knowledge retention.

 

Thank you all for your support!

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Project Leader:
Sebastien Carrier
Shanghai , China

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