About the China Exchange Initiative
As part of the U.S. - China Exchange Initiative, Dr. Saylor was one of nine administrators from Pennsylvania that traveled to China in April 2011. Dr. Saylor's partner administrator, Ms. Zhao Hong, visited the United States and spent time in the Wilson School District in the fall of 2010. The goal of the budding friendship and partnership between the two educational systems is to provide opportunity for collaborative learning experiences for students from both countries and to enhance the instructional practice of teachers from both educational systems. To share Dr. Saylor's experiences in China, read the posts below. To learn more about the China Exchange Initiative (CEI), please go to: CEI For information about current (and past) participants click on: Shadowing Project
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Coat, jacket, sweatshirt, short sleeves...
It doesn't matter where you travel to, one question always remains the same - what's the weather like? This time of year, transitioning between seasons, makes it seemingly impossible to decide what to throw in the suitcase. In checking the weather in Beijing, one day may be 41 degrees and the next 70 - much like Pennsylvania right now :-). Click on the word - forecast - to check out the current weather in China. What's the average temperature for the month of April?
Posted by Michelle Saylor at 8:21 AM