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Bringing Out the Tech in Mandarin Education

What drives learning in the 21st century?  Incorporating new technologies and using devices in Chinese classrooms are ways to drive learning and transform your Chinese classroom. At Better Chinese, we are excited to present you “Bringing Out the Tech in Mandarin Education”, the teacher training workshop in San Francisco Bay Area. Join us and see how secondary teachers  successfully utilize technology to create engagement and maximize learning opportunities.

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Bringing Out the Tech in Mandarin Education for Secondary Teachers

Date and Time: Saturday March 14, 2015, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm PST
Location: Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School (480 E Meadow Dr, Palo Alto, CA 94306)

Schedule:

12:00-13:00     Lunch Break (Food provided) & Teacher Swap Shop/ DIY Workshop

13:00-13:50     Two Sections:

1. How to Create a Multimedia Classroom
2. Increasing Rigor and Developing Vocabulary Fluency Via Online Learning
14:00-14:50    Two Sections:
1. Authentic Learning in the 21st Century: Preparing Students to be Globally Competent
2. Adopting New Technologies to Enhance Teaching
15:00-16:00     Differentiated Instruction: Using Discovering Chinese Pro to Flip Your Classroom and Create Engagement

Fees: This is a FREE sponsored event by Better Chinese for teachers working for a school delivering Chinese courses. For teachers not working for a school, fees are $100 per instructor.

 

Fan Sun

Fan Sun

Fan Sun is the Teacher Training Specialist at Better Chinese. She graduated from the TESOL program at University of Pennsylvania. Having worked as an ESL teacher as well as a Mandarin teacher in Philadelphia schools and non-profit organizations, she has developed great passion and interest in curriculum development and teacher education.

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