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Event Description

The new school year has started. There has been quite some discussion about the innovation dilema in education: how educators in primary, middle school and higer education utilize the latest tools and technologies to innovate. In this first Yale education forum lecture of the semester, we bring innovation leaders in education from the globe to share their views. We will be hearing different perspectives from leaders from Minerva, Dulwich College Beijing, Beijing National Day School, Beijing Jingshan School.

Yale Club of Beijing will donate all income from this event to the its kickstart program.


The language of the event will be Chinese and English, with simultaneous interpretation.

Registration and Payment

RMB 20 for students; RMB 60 for Yale alumni; RMB 80 for others.

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6:30 PM

7 PM


7 PM

9 PM

Talk and Q&A


  • Yue Qiu (Head Teacher of Junior High School, Vice Principal of Beijing Jingshan School)

    Yue Qiu

    Head Teacher of Junior High School, Vice Principal of Beijing Jingshan School

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  • Fengqin Wu (Vice Principal of Beijing National Day School)

    Fengqin Wu

    Vice Principal of Beijing National Day School

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  • Simon Herbert (Headmaster of Dulwich College)

    Simon Herbert

    Headmaster of Dulwich College

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  • Robin Goldberg (Chief Experience Officer at Minerva)

    Robin Goldberg

    Chief Experience Officer at Minerva

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Alumni Ticket
RMB 60
Standard Ticket
RMB 80

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