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Deadline for workshop submissions at Chinese Language Conf. extended to Dec. 23

December 17, 2013

 

Apply to lead a session at the 2014 NCLC

 

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 the 2014 NCLC. The Request for Proposals is now open – submit a proposal todayDeadline extended to December 23, 2013.

As a session presenter, you will have an opportunity to:

 

  • share your knowledge and experiences, and gather valuable feedback from peers;
  • showcase your educational programs and partnerships to a national audience;
  • help shape the agenda of the Chinese language education community; and
  • receive a discount on your registration fee.

 

We are seeking proposals in the following areas:

 

  • New! Contemporary China
  • New! Higher Education
  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Partnerships and Community Engagement
  • Assessment
  • Program Models and K–16 Articulation
  • Teacher Development and Sustainability

In addition to the conference-style breakout sessions, a few special sessions will be offered at the 2014 NCLC. These events will offer a platform for several speakers to highlight their work in a less formal, highly interactive setting:

  • Teacher Swap Shop
  • Technology Forum
  • Research Colloquium

 

NCLC is the premier conference dedicated to the teaching and learning of Chinese language and culture. Last year, 1,300 participants from across K–16 education came together to network and share best practices. Join us in Los Angeles next May 8–10! Learn more and find updates atAsiaSociety.org/NCLC.

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