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National Chinese Language Conf. April 17

November 11, 2012

This is really THE big Chinese language education conference in the US every year. If you’re a teacher or principal starting a program, it’s the one you should go to. I went last year and was blown away. Also amazing access to teaching materials in their exhibition hall. Really worth it.

And if you want to present, the deadline is Nov. 17. So start writing your proposals now.

I don’t plan on attending this year, but it would be worthwhile for some parents to go and present on parent issues. Feel free to contact me if you think you’re attending and perhaps we can connect up folks from different areas.

Beth

Request For Proposal  Deadline Extended to November 12 – Submit a Proposal Today! Asia Society and the College Board, in collaboration with 2013 regional partner Primary Source, are pleased to announce that the 6th annual National Chinese Language Conference will be held in Boston, MA from April 7–9, 2013. This year’s NCLC looks to Engage the Future, with a focus on cutting-edge approaches to teaching that incorporate culture, technology, and international exchange, program quality and sustainability, and best practices in the classroom leading to high levels of language proficiency and deeper knowledge of China. The success of the National Chinese Language Conference is built upon the innovation, best practices, and shared experiences of educators and administrators in the field. Share your ideas and successes by leading a session at NCLC 2013. The Request for Proposals is now open – submit a proposal today! Educators of all subject areas are encouraged to apply.

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