Mr. Wu Yi was born in Sichuan, China in 1988.
Before finishing his B.Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Mr. Wu had studded in Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States, gaining his deep understanding of cultural diversity in a global context.
Currently, Mr. Wu works at Beijing Royal School, teaching both AP Statistics and A-Level Mathematics. In his mathematics class, Mr. Wu not just utilizes a wide variety of apps to illustrate fundamental math ideas and visualize math symbols, but only employs different techniques to help students envision complex math structures and further stimulate students’ investigative thinking.
Also as a homeroom teacher, who is responsible for whole day class management and academic consulting for a class of 25 kids, Mr. Wu has extended the frontiers of technological application in education and uses a few apps and online tools to collect, process, analyze and report students’ learning behaviors. He possesses a keen interest in employing statistical methods to find the patterns of students’ learning behaviors and to look for feasible solutions to improve students’ learning performance.
In 2014, Mr. Wu has demonstrated his potential by taking the online course Making Thinking Visible, provided by the Graduate School of Education of Harvard University. In 2015, he has been awarded the Excellent Award in the I am A Teacher Speech Contest at campus.