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Queens University of Charlotte (student)

STARTALK: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Chinese

Chinese • June 18, 2012June 29, 2012
  • Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: APPLY TODAY! The StarTalk: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Chinese is an 80 hour, two-week, non-residential program in Mandarin for rising 9th graders through recent 12th grade graduates that takes place from June 18th to June 29th from 9AM to 4PM with lunch and snack provided. It is the aim of the program to enable students to develop an understanding of Chinese cultural practices, as well as proficiency in Mandarin language at the beginning, intermediate and advanced levels that will lead to continued study of the language and promote intercultural dialogue. No previous experience is required. The University’s advanced students of Chinese and previous StarTalk program graduates will serve as language facilitators, giving each student increased opportunities to communicate via the target language and to constantly be exposed to spoken Chinese by fluent advanced students and native-speaker instructors. Using a variety of authentic materials and supporting technologies, students will engage in communicative and cultural activities in an immersion setting in class, in the community, and online. Engaging speakers will complement language study and fascinating cultural activities provide the opportunity to actively participate throughout the day. Access our application through the website listed below!

704-688-2836 • debelle@queens.eduhttp://www.queens.edu/Academics-and-Schools/Schools-and-Colleges/Hayworth-College-for-Adult-Studies/Continuing-Education/Summer-Institute-in-Chinese.html

Queens University of Charlotte (student)

STARTALK: Queens University Summer Institute in Chinese 2013

Chinese • July 8, 2013July 26, 2013
  • Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

The StarTalk: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Chinese is a three-week, 105 hour non-residential program in Mandarin for rising 9th graders through recently graduated 12th graders that takes place from July 8th to July 26th from 9AM to 4PM with lunch and snack provided. Undergraduate credit (3 hours) is granted upon program completion, at which point students will demonstrate proficiency in Mandarin Chinese at the beginning, intermediate or advanced level (depending on levels offered) with a focus on the ability to navigate “Relationships in China” (our program theme) in a variety of settings. The program also promotes continued study of Mandarin language/culture by fostering the skills and motivation needed to become lifelong learners. Using a variety of authentic materials and supporting technologies (including program ipads!), students will engage in culturally significant communicative activities in an immersion setting in class, in the community, and online, with constant opportunities to actively participate using Mandarin Chinese with peers, instructors, and Conversation Facilitators (advanced Queens University students of Chinese and previous StarTalk program graduates). Sixty students will be admitted in a competitive application process that does not require prior knowledge Mandarin Chinese. Our website will be updated with 2013 materials ASAP.

704-688-2836 • debelle@queens.eduhttp://www.queens.edu/chinese-institute.com

Queens University of Charlotte (student)

STARTALK: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Chinese 2014 and STARTALK: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Arabic 2014

Arabic, Chinese
  • July 7, 2014July 25, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • City not provided, NC

704-688-2836 • debelle@queens.eduhttp://queens.edu/chinese-institute

Queens University of Charlotte (student)

STARTALK: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Chinese and Arabic 2015

Arabic, Chinese
  • July 6, 2015July 24, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

The StarTalk: Queens University of Charlotte Summer Institute in Chinese and Arabic is a three-week, 105 hour non-residential program for rising 9th graders through recently graduated 12th graders that takes place from July 6th to July 24th from 8:30AM to 3:30PM with lunch and snack provided. Undergraduate credit (3 hours) may be granted upon program completion, at which point students will demonstrate proficiency in Mandarin or Arabic at the beginning, intermediate or advanced level with a focus on real-world communication skills. Using a variety of authentic materials and supporting technologies - such as Skype conversations with native-speaking tutors abroad - students will engage in culturally significant communicative activities in an immersion setting in class, in the community, and online. Sixty-five students will be admitted in a competitive application process including essays and a teacher recommendation. Prior knowledge of Mandarin or Arabic not required. Heritage language learners and advanced students are welcome.

704-688-2836 • debelle@queens.eduhttp://queens.edu/chinese-institute

Regent's of the University of Minnesota (teacher)

STARTALK Teaching Chinese Culture and Language Authentically

Chinese • June 17, 2013June 28, 2013Residential Program
  • UMN Confucius Institute, Minneapolis, MN

The STARTALK Teaching Chinese Culture and Language Authentically (TECCLA) at the University of Minnesota is a two-week residential program aligned with national teacher preparation standards for current and prospective K-12 Mandarin Chinese Teachers. In this exciting two-week program Chinese teachers will learn the best methods to integrate culture and language instruction to achieve cultural learning in the classroom, put these methods into practice in a classroom environment, and create authentic teaching materials that will be shared and used in their own classroom setting. The program will improve participants' ability to rethink their curriculum and instructional methods with an eye toward enhancing their students’ language proficiency levels while at the same time integrating elements of culture learning. In week two, participants will develop authentic teaching materials for their own classroom and to be shared with others. TECCLA is a collaboration of University of Minnesota's Confucius Institute and CARLA. Faculty and staff at each institution bring a wide range of program experience and second language instructional expertise to this collaborative effort.

612-625-5080 • zhang429@umn.eduhttp://confucius.umn.edu/teachers/pd/star_talk/tccla

Regents of the University of Minnesota (teacher)

STARTALK Mandarin Elementary Immersion Summer Teacher Education Program

Minneapolis, MN • Chinese • June 22, 2009 July 17, 2009

The STARTALK Mandarin Elementary Immersion Summer Teacher Education Program (MEISTEP) is a new, exciting 4-week program for Chinese language teachers to learn how to integrate language, literacy, content, and culture into their classrooms. During the first week, participants will examine effective instructional strategies specific to the Chinese immersion context and will work together to develop content-based curriculum. The second week will focus on effective ways of teaching mathematics in the elementary immersion context. In weeks three and four, teachers will apply these new concepts in a summer program designed for elementary Mandarin immersion students. Participating teachers will have the option of taking courses for credit and may earn 2-4 graduate credits. MEISTEP is a collaboration of University of Minnesota’s Confucius Institute, the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA), and the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in partnership with Yinghua Academy, a K-5 Mandarin immersion charter school. Participants must be English-proficient post-baccalaureates with native- to near-native proficiency in Mandarin Chinese who are teaching in, or are seeking to teach in, a Mandarin Chinese elementary immersion program in the United States where Mandarin is used to teach a minimum of 50 percent of school subjects during the elementary years.

612-625-5080 • brzez001@umn.eduhttp://www.confucius.umn.edu/meistep/

Regents of the University of Minnesota (teacher)

STARTALK Cultural Integration in Proficiency-oriented Mandarin Instruction Institute

Chinese • June 21, 2010 July 2, 2010Residential Program
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

STARTALK Cultural Integration in Proficiency-Oriented Mandarin Instruction Institute (CIPOMI) 文化语言嵌入教法中文教师暑期培训 The integration of language and culture is far from being realized in foreign language classrooms, but this is an especially critical issue in Chinese language classrooms. The STARTALK Cultural Integration in Proficiency-Oriented Mandarin Instruction Institute (CIPOMI) is an exciting new two-week program for Chinese teachers that will help teachers to learn techniques to address this challenge. Teachers will learn the best methods to integrate culture and language instruction to achieve cultural learning in the classroom. This two-week program will use the proficiency-oriented CAPRII principles aligned with national standards. Teachers will learn to design curriculum and instruction specifically for proficiency outcomes by balancing the three components of proficiency: content, function and accuracy. Participating teachers will have the option of taking courses for credit and may earn 2 graduate credits.

612-625-5080 • confucius@umn.eduhttp://www.confucius.umn.edu/cipomi

Regents of the University of Minnesota (teacher)

STARTALK Cultural Integration in Proficiency-oriented Mandarin Instruction in Practice

Chinese • June 18, 2012June 29, 2012Residential Program
  • Not Provided, MN

The STARTALK Cultural Integration in Proficiency-oriented Mandarin Instruction in Practice (CIPOMIP) is a two-week program aligned to national standards. The course will improve participants' ability to rethink their curriculum and instructional methods with an eye toward enhancing their students’ language proficiency levels while at the same time integrating elements of culture learning. CIPOMIP will incorporate direct teaching practice in a tandem K-5 immersion camp run by the Confucius Institute. The lesson plan development, practice teaching, evaluation and learning outcomes, will be carefully guided by CIPOMIP instructors. Practice teaching hours will work toward University requirements for pre-service teachers. Interested participants may also earn two graduate-level credits towards licensure in foreign language education. Participants will be English-proficient post-baccalaureates with high-level proficiency in Mandarin Chinese who are teaching in, or are seeking to teach Mandarin Chinese in an immersion, FLES, FLEX or secondary second-language program in a U.S. K-12 school. Participants will be able to: 1. improve their ability to design curriculum that fosters higher levels of proficiency in their students, 2. frame curriculum and instruction through a cultural lens while maintaining language proficiency goals, 3. reference Chinese and U.S. cultures, and, 4. prepare lesson plans aligned with the standards, and practice teaching

612-624-3857 • brzez001@umn.edu

Regents of the University of Minnesota (teacher)

STARTALK Teaching and Assessing Chinese Culture and Language Authentically

Chinese • Residential Program
  • June 16, 2014June 27, 2014: Program Dates (face-to-face)
  • University International Center, Minneapolis, MN

The STARTALK Teaching and Assessing Chinese Culture and Language Authentically (TACCLA) program is a two-week summer teacher education experience for Chinese language teachers that will improve their ability to design standards-based curricula which fosters higher levels of Chinese language and cultural proficiency in their students. This program is a ten-day, 60-hour program for 20 Chinese language teachers who are teaching or plan to teach in FLES, FLEX or other K-12 immersion and second language programs. Participants will be able to better identify and enact the characteristics of culture in proficiency-based instruction, and the specific implications for curriculum, instruction and assessment for a U.S. classroom. Participants will prepare and deliver lesson plans and assessment plans that emphasize these understandings and practice through peer teaching and distant teaching in collaboration with a STARTALK student camp in Kansas and received feed back on their teaching. Participants will produce a cultural quilt, authentic Chinese language teaching materials, assessment rubrics and share them with others. Participating teachers will have the option to take the course for credit and may earn up to 4 graduate credits from the University of Minnesota. This residential program offers lodging and limited number of travel stipends for out-of-state participants.

612-625-0243 • zhang429@umn.eduhttp://confucius.umn.edu/teachers/pd/star_talk/taccla/index.html

Regents of the University of New Mexico (student)

University of New Mexico Startalk Summer Institutes in Arabic and Chinese

Arabic, Chinese • June 4, 2012June 29, 2012
  • University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures of the University of New Mexico will host Startalk Summer Institutes in Arabic and Chinese from June 4-29, 2012. High-school students from the Albuquerque area will take intensive language instruction equivalent to the first semester of college Arabic or Chinese. There will be numerous cultural and enrichment activities to enhance both linguistic and cultural competency. All instruction is delivered by native speakers working with a pedagogical team experienced in foreign language pedagogy.

505-277-4771 • zarafanm@gmail.comhttp://www.unm.edu/~fll/

Research Foundation of City University of New York (teacher)

STARTALK Chinese Teacher Training at Hunter College: The Blended Model

Chinese • June 29, 2012February 15, 2013
  • Hunter College, New York, NY

Hunter College Teacher Training Program offers graduate-level courses for pre-service and in-service teachers to fulfill partial requirements toward the M.A. degree and the New York State certification. The program begins with a week-long seminar conducted by nationally known teacher trainers, followed by six weeks of a teaching practicum in classrooms and online settings led by experienced high school teachers and college professors. Workshops conducted by experts in the second language acquisition field on task-based instruction will be offered. Only 25 seats are available. Participants may choose to participate with no credit or to earn 3-6 graduate credits. For-credit participant will receive a maximum of a $1000 scholarship to cover their tuition if they complete course requirements with satisfactory performance. Training will be conducted through a variety of activities, including lectures, classroom instruction, observation, student-teaching, presentations, workshops, and individual projects. Different levels of student teaching (tutorial sessions, small group, whole class, and online teaching) will be assigned to participants based on their abilities and backgrounds. A post-summer online session will be available for participants to review concepts and methods, such as teaching in the target language, teaching in a meaningful context, and thematic units for teaching Chinese to K-6 children.

212-396-6595 • cderlin@hotmail.comhttp://www.hunter.cuny.edu/classics/chinese/teacherprogram

Research Foundation of City University of New York (student)

STARTALK Honors Chinese for High School Students at Hunter College

Chinese • July 9, 2012February 15, 2013
  • New York, NY

Hunter Startalk program is a unique intensive language class designed for 20 selected high school students (rising 11th and12th grades preferably) with various Chinese language learning experience. The six-week summer session is free. Students with the outstanding performance in the summer session will be awarded to participate in the post-summer online course to earn 3 college credits on scholarships. The program seeks to promote foreign language education in the U.S. and help to cultivate the “global professional” for highly motivated college-bound young Americans. Located in New York City, our students are immersed in rich cultural and linguistic resources. Hunter Startalk offers dynamic language training that enables the attendees to achieve solid Mandarin Chinese proficiency through language immersion, content-based instruction and special one-on-one conversation practice, field trips, internships, learning in virtual environments, and language exchanges with native speakers of Chinese. The 2012 Program will be divided into two sessions: 4 weeks of face-to-face instruction and 2 weeks of online instruction.

212-772-4965 • cderlin@hotmail.comhttp://www.hunter.cuny.edu/classics/chinese/highschoolprogram

Research Foundation of CUNY (teacher)

STARTALK Chinese Teacher Training Program at Hunter College: A Blended Model

Chinese • June 27, 2011December 16, 2011
  • STARTALK Chinese Teacher Training Program at Hunter College: A Blended Model, New York, NY

Hunter College Teacher Training Program offers graduate-level courses for pre-service and in-service teachers to fulfill partial requirements toward the M.A. degree and the New York State certification. The program begins with a week-long seminar conducted by nationally known teacher trainers, followed by six weeks of a teaching practicum in classrooms and online settings led by experienced high school teachers and college professors. Workshops conducted by experts in the second language acquisition field on task-based instruction will be offered. Only 25 seats are available. Participants may choose to participate with no credit or to earn 3-6 graduate credits. For-credit participant will receive a maximum of a $1500 scholarship to cover their tuition if they complete course requirements with satisfactory performance. Training will be conducted through a variety of activities, including lectures, classroom instruction, observation, student-teaching, presentations, workshops, and individual projects. Different levels of student teaching (tutorial sessions, small group, whole class, and online teaching) will be assigned to participants based on their abilities and backgrounds. A post-summer online session will be available for participants to review concepts and methods, such as teaching in the target language, teaching in a meaningful context, and thematic units for teaching Chinese to K-6 children.

212-772-4965 • cderlin@hotmail.comhttp://www.hunter.cuny.edu/classics/chinese/

Research Foundation of CUNY (student)

STARTALK Honors Chinese for High School Students at Hunter College

Chinese • July 5, 2011December 15, 2011
  • STARTALK Honors Chinese for High School Students at Hunter College, New York, NY

Hunter Startalk program is a unique intensive language class designed for 20 selected high school students (rising 11th and12th grades preferably) with various Chinese language learning experience. The six-week summer session is free. Students with the outstanding performance in the summer session will be awarded to participate in the post-summer online course to earn 3 college credits on scholarships. The program seeks to promote foreign language education in the U.S. and help to cultivate the “global professional” for highly motivated college-bound young Americans. Located in New York City, our students are immersed in rich cultural and linguistic resources and internships opportunities. Hunter Startalk offers dynamic language training that enables the attendees to achieve solid Mandarin Chinese proficiency through language immersion, content-based instruction and special one-on-one conversation practice, field trips, internships, learning in virtual environments, and language exchanges with native speakers of Chinese. The 2011 program features two exciting new programs: an on-campus 3-week internship program in web design, photography, and videography and a community service learning program for which students provide translation and interpretation service in New York City’s Chinatown and nearby institutions in Manhattan. The new implementations will further strengthen the students’ lasting ability in commanding the Chinese language.

212-772-4965 • cderlin@hotmail.comhttp://www.hunter.cuny.edu/classics/chinese/

Rice University (student)

Rice STARTALK Student Program

Chinese • June 1, 2012July 6, 2012
  • Pearland ISD - Sablatura Middle School, Pearland, TX
  • Conroe ISD - Knox Junior High School, The Woodlands, TX
  • River Oaks Elementary, Houston, TX
  • Houston Academy for International Studies, Houston, TX
  • Lamar Consolidated School District, Rosenberg, TX
  • St. John's School, Houston, TX
  • Stafford Municipal School District, Stafford, TX

The Rice University STARTALK Student Program, administered by the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, provides a three to four week Chinese language/culture enrichment course for elementary and secondary school students in June 2012. The program's goal is to raise the awareness of and stimulate students’ interest in learning Chinese language and culture. Our program will recruit 120 students ranging from 2nd-12th graders. We will collaborate with five school districts and offer 10-12 classes in total.

713-348-4767 • rksharp@rice.eduhttp://collegeready.rice.edu/startalk

Rice University (student)

Rice STARTALK Chinese Bridge Program

Chinese • June 1, 2013July 12, 2013
  • Houston Academy for International Studies, Houston, TX
  • Sharpstown International School, Houston, TX

The Rice University STARTALK Chinese Bridge Program, administered by the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, provides a three to four week Chinese language/culture enrichment course for secondary school students in June 2013. The program's goal is to raise the awareness of and stimulate students’ interest in learning Chinese language and culture. Our program will recruit 160 students in 6th and 9th grade. We will collaborate with two local public high schools and offer 12 classes in total.

713-348-4767 • rksharp@rice.eduhttp://collegeready.rice.edu/startalk/

Rice University (student)

Rice STARTALK Exploring Chinese Program

Chinese • June 1, 2013July 5, 2013
  • Knox Junior High School (Conroe ISD), The Woodlands, TX
  • Mandarin Chinese Language Immersion Magnet School (Houston ISD), Bellaire, TX
  • Neff Elementary (Houston ISD), Houston, TX
  • River Oaks Elementary IB World School (Houston ISD), Houston, TX
  • Sablatura Middle School (Pearland ISD), Pearland, TX
  • Stafford MSD, Stafford, TX

The Rice University STARTALK Exploring Chinese Program, administered by the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, provides a three to four week Chinese language/culture enrichment course for elementary and middle school students in June 2013. The program's goal is to raise the awareness of and stimulate students’ interest in learning Chinese language and culture. Our program will recruit 160 students in 2-8th grade. We will collaborate with six local schools and offer 15 classes in total.

713-348-4767 • rksharp@rice.eduhttp://collegeready.rice.edu/startalk/

Rochester City School District (student)

Rochester City School District Chinese and Swahili Language Camps

Rochester, NY • Swahili • July 13, 2009 July 24, 2009
Rochester, NY • Swahili • July 27, 2009 August 7, 2009
Rochester, NY • Chinese • July 13, 2009 July 24, 2009
Rochester, NY • Chinese • July 27, 2009 August 7, 2009

The Rochester City School District will host two language immersion programs in Swahili and Mandarin Chinese for students who are entering grades 8 and 9. The STARTALK Rochester Summer Language Camps will offer free-of-charge language camps to economically disadvantaged children; generate interest and awareness among students and city residents of the language learning opportunities available in the district; and engage new refugee, immigrant, and heritage-speaking students. During the two, 10-day camps, students will spend 1.5 to 2 hours per day on language and 1 to 1.5 hours per day on applying the learned language with cultural activities. Each language will be offered twice. Session one will run July 13-24. Session two will run July 27-August 7. Week one will feature “Greetings and Introductions.” Week two will feature “Me and My Family.” Each camp highlights authentic music, dancing, art, artifacts, and speaking. Cultural activity leaders will visit classrooms and reinforce teacher instruction. Cultural highlights will include: cooking and food tasting, building a mud house at the Baobob Cultural Center, visiting the University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery and Cornell University, and classroom visits by professional musicians, dancers, and storytellers.

585-262-8682 • david.baez@rcsdk12.orghttp://www.rcsdk12.org

Rochester City School District (student)

Rochester StarTalk Foreign Language Summer Camps

Chinese, Swahili • July 12, 2010 August 6, 2010
  • Rochester City School District, Rochester, NY

The Rochester City School District (RCSD), NY, will offer two 4-week novice student language immersion programs - one in Swahili and one in Mandarin Chinese -targeting RCSD students who are entering 4th, 5th and 6th grades. Each camp will be 4 hours in length wtih one full-day field trip. Students will spend 2 hours per day on language and 2 hours per day on applying learned language with cultural activities. The 20-day program will start July 12 and end August 6, 2010. Target participation is 25 students per camp with a total of 50 students for both languages. There are two main themes. For the Swahili program, the theme will be: "Visiting Africa during the 2010 World Cup Soccer Games." The Mandarin Chinese theme will be: "Visiting the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai."

585-262-8289 • david.baez@rcsdk12.orghttp://www.rcsdk12.org

Rochester City School District (student)

STARTALK Rochester 2011

Chinese, Swahili • July 11, 2011August 5, 2011
  • Andrew Townson School #39, Rochester, NY

The STARTALK Rochester 2011 Program will enroll 60 students in grades four, five and six. Students will receive 60 hours of instruction over the course of a four-week summer program, July 11-August 5, 2011. There will be three novice student language immersion programs - one in Swahhili and two in Mandarin Chinese. The free summer program is open to children who live in the City of Rochester. Each camp will be three hours in length each day for 20 days. One and a half hour per day will be spent on language instruction and the other one and a half hour per day on applying learned language with cultural activities such as food and crafts.

585-262-8289 • david.baez@rcsdk12.orghttp://www.rcsdk12.org

Rutgers, The State University (teacher)

STARTALK Rutgers Chinese Language Teacher Program 2014

Chinese
  • June 27, 2014August 8, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Rutgers University, Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ

We are recruiting fifteen teachers who are working toward their certification to teach Chinese, or are interested in advanced professional development. Program Highlights: Classroom management, materials development, teaching in the target language, thematic lesson planning, and more! Program Details: July 7 through July 18, 2014. An intensive practicum program for teachers, working with elementary students. 3 Graduate Credits, Course Number: 15:253:623. $500 scholarship toward tuition and fees for eligible participants. Video of last year's participants: http://gse.rutgers.edu/content/learning-teach-chinese-local-classrooms INTERESTED? Contact: Kathleen.Myles@gse.rutgers.edu Take a look at videos of past participants and their journeys to become Chinese teachers! https://startalk.umd.edu/teacher-development/workshops/2009/Rutgers/

848-932-0874 • Kathleen.Myles@gse.rutgers.eduhttp://gse.rutgers.edu

Rutgers, The State University (teacher)

STARTALK Rutgers Chinese Teacher Leadership Program 2015

Chinese
  • June 26, 2015July 24, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Highland Park Middle School, Highland Park, NJ
  • Rutgers Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ

The focus of this year's program is on the development of leadership skills. New teachers will learn to expand their skill sets in the following areas: classroom management, lesson design, teacher presence and confidence, presentational skills, and professional English. The program orientation will be on June 27th. Program participants will meet full days from July 6 through July 17th. A follow-up post-program meeting will be on July 24th.

848-932-0790 • mary.curran@gse.rutgers.eduhttp://gse.rutgers.edu

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (teacher)

STARTALK Expanding Chinese in the New Jersey World Languages Classroom: The Rutgers/Princeton West-Windsor Plainsboro Regional School Districts 2009 Summer Program

New Brunswick, NJ • Chinese • June 30, 2009 August 7, 2009

none provided

732 932-7496 Ext. 8101 • mary.curran@gse.rutgers.eduhttp://www.gse.rutgers.edu

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (teacher)

STARTALK Rutgers and Highland Park Teacher Program

Chinese • June 28, 2010 August 6, 2010
  • Rutgers Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ

In this program, pre-service teachers have the opportunity to observe and participate in Chinese language teaching in a summer camp setting. Participants will receive three graduate credits for a practicum course offered through Rutgers Graduate School of Education.

732-932-7496 Ext. 8101 • mary.curran@gse.rutgers.eduhttp://www.gse.rutgers.edu/

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (teacher)

STARTALK Rutgers Chinese Language Teacher Program

Chinese • June 17, 2011August 12, 2011
  • Highland Park Middle School, Highland Park, NJ

Rutgers Chinese Language Teacher Program offers novice and more experienced teachers the opportunity to observe and participate in standards-based Chinese instruction for PK-12 students. Our program runs from July 5th through July 22 from 8:30 to 4:30. A program orientation will be on June 17th at 5 pm. A final program meeting will be scheduled in August. Participants can earn 3 graduate-level credits, and scholarships are available for eligible candidates. Participants must have completed a world language methods course prior to the program.

732-932-7496 Ext. 8101 • mary.curran@gse.rutgers.eduhttp://wli.rutgers.edu/wli.php?page=chinese
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