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2013 Fall Conferences

School’s in full swing now and we’re getting ready to visit you across the US. We want to catch-up and hear how the school year is going and what your successes and challenges are in your Chinese language learning classrooms. We are also eager to show you what we’ve been working on. Please let us know if you’ll be coming to any of these events. We’d love to see you.

    • Chinese Language Teachers Association – Texas (CLTA – TX)
      October 5th, 2013, Saturday from 8:30 to 16:30
      Location: Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
    • New England Chinese Language Teachers Association (NECLTA)
      October 5th, 2013, Saturday from 9:00 to 18:30.
      Location: University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
      Workshop: Modern Chinese: Learning with Technology
    • Massachusetts Foreign Language Association (MaFLA)
      October 17 – 19th, 2013, Thursday to Saturday
      Location: Sturbridge Host Hotel and Conference Center, Sturbridge, MA
      Workshop: Discovering Chinese Pro – Creating a Holistic iPad Classroom
    • Chinese Language Education Forum (CLEF)
      October 18 – 19th, 2013, Friday and Saturday
      Location: Westin San Francisco Airport Hotel, San Mateo, CA
    • British Columbia Association of Teachers of Modern Languages – (BCATML)
      October 25, 2013, Saturday
      Location: Burnaby South Secondary School, Burnaby, Vancouver, Canada
    • East Asia Regional Council of Schools (EARCOS)
      November 1 – 3rd, 2013, Friday to Sunday
      Location: Bangkok, Thailand
    • American Council of Teaching Foreign Languages (ACTFL)
      November 22 – 24th, 2013, Friday to Sunday
      Location: Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL
      Workshop 1: Modern Chinese – An Innovative Chinese College Program
      Workshop 2: Discovering Chinese Pro – Creating a Holistic iPad Classroom
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