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Program Details

Advanced Placement (English: Advanced Placement, abbreviated as AP), also known as pre-university courses, is a high school sponsored and authorized by the American College Board for high schools in the United States and Canada. There are a total of 38 subjects available so far for pre-requisite university courses.

Course Features

  • 20 years of experience teaching AP Economics

  • He once taught at Andrews College, Canada's top private school, and UWCSEA, Singapore's No. 1 and recognized most difficult nationality school

  • Master of Education from Nipissing University, Bachelor of Education from University of Ottawa, Honors Bachelor of Business Administration from Laurel University

  • Rich and diverse teaching forms, strong interaction

  AP Economics 

Mr. Service

WEDO Education Gold Medal Economics Lecturer

  • Lead the team to develop courses

  • Director of Mathematics Department of St.John's School, a top private school

  • Master's Degree in Professional Mathematics from the University of Waterloo, Canada

  • 20 years of mathematics teaching experience, long-term commitment to AP/IB education research

  • Personally organize St.John's School AP course design


  AP Calculus AB  

Mr. Bolina

Godfather of Mathematics, Chief Mathematics Lecturer of WEDO Education


  AP Chemistry  

Mr. Sangiorgi

WEDO Education Gold Lecturer

  • Recipient of Lifetime Teaching Achievement Award, Queens College, New York

  • 27 years of senior college AP/IB chemistry teaching experience

  • Served as regional director for the International Science Olympiad

  • Author of 4 college and high school science lab manuals

  • The students who taught the courses passed the AP/IB exams with high scores and entered the natural science research industry


  AP Statistics  

Mr. Ling

WEDO Education Gold Medal Statistics Lecturer

  • Served as an admissions officer at UBC Business School, providing students with key insights into admissions skills

  • More than 14 years of experience teaching AP/IB mathematics, statistics, and competitions

  • Helped hundreds of students achieve excellent results in math competitions

  • Help students achieve high scores in AP/IB/Calculus/SAT/SSAT

Mr. Pervis

WEDO Education Gold Lecturer

  • UBC dual degree bachelor

  • Mathematics, English Language and Literature, Latin, Ancient Greek Studies

  • 17 years in education, focusing on high school and undergraduate teaching

  • Personally write teaching materials for high school teaching, AP calculus, IB mathematics, etc.

  • Synchronous combination of knowledge explanation and test preparation to ensure that students can fully cope with various exams


  AP Calculus BC  

AP Band 5 Class
Dual-Instructor Class

Students who need

strategies for approaching learning;

support with their homework


Program Details

The first teacher: Based on the BC curriculum, interactive lectures fully stimulate students' learning enthusiasm and potential. Daily homework is set based on the difficulty of teaching in BC public schools and private schools.


The second teacher: bilingual tutors provide online Q&A guidance for 8 hours a day. During the Q&A period, they can solve intractable problems related to the course of the day, correct homework after class, and give students feedback in a timely manner. If you encounter problems that you can’t do, you can contact the teacher immediately to make an appointment for tutoring.


The model of teacher & teaching assistant: ask the teacher in class, ask the teaching assistant after class, and answer questions at any time. Teachers teach fluently in English, and teaching assistants use Chinese to communicate with parents cordially, overcoming language barriers. Parents can learn about students' learning trends from us at any time, and make up for the lack of communication between home and school in North America.


There are many famous teachers in the teaching staff. We have many famous teachers from top public schools and private schools, BC local licensed teachers, university professors, and excellent teachers with prestigious school backgrounds, such as University of Waterloo, UBC, University of Toronto, etc. They must have strong coordination and communication skills to ensure that they can help students understand knowledge and keep parents informed about their children's situation.

Regulator Class

Students who need

strategies for approaching learning;

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According to the characteristics of teaching materials in BC Province and the learning situation of students, we will provide guidance and management for students in accordance with their aptitude.

Children's learning hosting experts, regular classroom supervision, homework follow-up, test feedback and academic tracking.

The class teacher communicates and gives feedback on the students' learning situation in a timely manner, and follows up with the parents on the latest learning progress. Urge children to adjust their learning status, not to relax, not to fall behind.



Grade 8-12 in BC:

Students who want to sprint to prestigious schools and increase their competitiveness

suitable for:

The full name of the IB course is the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP). It is a two-year course for students aged 16 to 19, and is widely recognized by universities around the world.


There are three types of IB courses: IB Early Courses, IB Midterm Courses, and IB High School Courses. An IB school can offer one or several of these courses, but the IB diploma can only be awarded after completing the IB high school courses.


Courses include:


Group 1: Language, the student's mother tongue study.

The second group: languages, modern languages other than mother tongue.

The third group: Humanities, including history, geography, economics, philosophy, psychology, etc.

The fourth group: experimental science, including physics, chemistry, biology, environmental engineering, etc.

Group 5: Mathematics, including advanced, intermediate and elementary mathematics.

Group Six: Art and electives, including art design, music, drama art, etc.

The IB teachers of Temperature Education have more than ten years of experience in teaching international courses, and teach students in accordance with their aptitude according to their learning foundation. Guide students to choose the difficulty of courses flexibly according to their own conditions, and cultivate students' comprehensive quality of humanities and sciences.


Students in grades 8-12:

Strive to achieve breakthroughs in individual courses;

Individual knowledge points need additional strengthening

Comprehensive Academic Initial Assessment


The WEDO teaching and research team, together with the subject directors of top private schools, BC curriculum developers, IB test paper questioners, etc., jointly formulate exclusive teaching plans

Accurately assess the true academic level of students in each subject and conduct a comprehensive academic assessment. Clarify the problem, make targeted reinforcement, and improve the score.

Overall Curriculum Planning

According to the step-by-step analysis of students' problems in various disciplines, we will formulate personalized tutoring programs and syllabus for students, and formulate detailed academic goals and study plans.


For individual problems, match the most suitable teacher.


WEDO Education offers English literature writing and reading courses, which are divided into four levels of difficulty: elementary, intermediate, advanced, and college preparation, for students of different ages and different language skills.

Literary Writing

1. Elementary short story writing

Teach children to learn the basic logic of writing, familiar with the sense of language, easy to use, and friendly to beginners.

2. Intermediate Writing

Children can learn basic beginning, succession and transition, as well as relatively multi-paragraph writing. Can use a relatively large vocabulary, and pay attention to lexical diversity. Understand the basic usage of foreshadowing and rhetoric.

3. Advanced Writing

Children can use a lot of rhetoric, can write articles of different styles and styles, and can write English to a very fluent and literary level.

4. College Prep Writing

Children can accurately list their own Points, and achieve a clear hierarchy. The style of writing is rigorous, and the choice of words and sentences are full of academics and readability.

English Reading

1. Elementary reading

With the goal of improving reading speed, keyword refinement, and information capture, develop a good habit of reading.

2. Intermediate reading (short story reading class)

Improve your vocabulary and read a variety of subjects. Can quickly understand the main idea of the article, and can summarize the general idea of each paragraph, and can retell the content of the article in closed book.

3. Advanced Reading

Compared with the emphasis on literature in the old provincial examination, the new provincial examination focuses more on social science articles in reading. During reading, students need to use diagrams, scientific literature, news reports and other professional content about a certain subject area to answer reading comprehension questions about relevant details. Advanced reading helps children greatly improve their vocabulary and requires them to be able to read and understand rich themes. Even if you encounter new words that you don’t know, it will not affect your understanding of the article. You can quickly grasp the key information at a glance, remember the details and refine the main idea.

4. College Prep Reading

Know a large amount of academic vocabulary, be able to read a large amount of boring academic materials, and form a critical thinking dialectical thinking about information.

Advanced Literature

Complement the missing reading comprehension and writing methods in BC Curriculum, improve children's performance in high school writing more comprehensively, and prepare for college papers in advance.

Students who need

strategies for approaching learning;

support with their homework


SAT is a standardized test for applying to American schools, mainly including learning ability tests in English and mathematics.


English part: For Chinese students, trying to improve our language proficiency, or mainly reading and writing language proficiency, is the first thing to do. For example, in high school, our Chinese level has reached the level where we can read articles of various genres, use various logic and rhetoric to write, and understand the hidden information and emotions behind the text. These also apply to English, so SAT requires students to have the same level of English proficiency, which cannot be solved by simple test-oriented education.


Mathematics section: SAT Mathematics mainly tests students' ability in three parts:


1. Ability to master mathematical knowledge

2. The application ability of mathematical knowledge (the test forms are application questions and chart questions. The first step in solving such questions is to understand the application scenarios described in the question, which requires students to have good English reading ability)

3. The ability to maintain careful patience under high pressure

In addition, thinking ability is also the real core of SAT examination, including the depth and breadth of thinking. The former refers to the extent to which the views on things and problems have reached, and whether they can gain insight into the essence of the problems; the latter involves the breadth of knowledge they have dabbled in, and whether they can understand the multiple topics encountered in life . Only in this way can we form what we often call Critical Thinking.


The temperature education SAT course not only teaches students to do the questions, but also teaches them to form a better way of thinking.

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English Improving Class
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