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National Chinese Language Conference April 22-24 in DC

January 26, 2010

National Chinese Language Conference 2010

The third annual National Chinese Language Conference will be held during April 2224, 2010, in Washington, DC. With growing interest in fostering students’ global competence, Chinese language and culture programs are expanding quickly across the United States, and indeed the world.

This conference is dedicated to encouraging dialogue in the field of Chinese language education and ensuring wide-scale success. Join leaders from across K–16 education to share best practices on building high-quality programs, strengthening teacher development, encouraging sustainable partnerships, and more.

Conference Highlights

Learning in a Global Context: Hear plans and perspectives from U.S. and Chinese leaders.

Taking the Next Steps: Learn how to create and sustain high-quality K–12 Chinese language programs. Energize your efforts to expand and improve your Chinese program, obtain valuable resources, and develop new contacts.

Chinese in Higher Education: Discuss key issues in research, instruction, and teacher preparation.

China across the Curriculum: Discover new ways to link your Chinese program with the humanities, arts, and sciences. Make the most of available resources to foster students’ global competence.

Making the Connection: Connect with American and international counterparts; build innovative and effective partnerships.

Also: Visit schools in the Washington, DC area, and enjoy performances by contemporary Chinese artists.

Conference registration fees

For questions related to registration, please contact our registration staff by calling 1-800-787-7477 ext. 2, or e-mail workshopreg@collegeboard.org.

Check Asia Society’s website for more details regarding this conference.

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