This workshop will focus on providing hands-on practice giving each participant the opportunity to take home high technology tools they will be able to use in their educational instruction program.
Four informative workshops will be offered during three 45 minute sessions. Attend three different workshops, or spend more time working with one or two tools.
The Language Center at CSU Long Beach will host the fall workshop again this year. Select the options below for directions to the campus, information on parking, and directions to the Language Center on the third floor of the Language Arts Building (LAB).
Participants can purchase a daily parking pass for $5 from the electronic parking kiosk on South Campus Drive, or in lot 7.
Registration is available only on-line. First come, first serve. There are only 80 seats available.
Registration on or before Oct. 14, 2017 is free for current members (membership valid from Sept 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018) and life members;
$30 for non-members
Registration AFTER Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 is
$10 for current members;
$40 for non-members.
Ying has taught Chinese language at all levels and to the students from heritage, dialect, and no-background tracks. She enjoys the dynamic and powerful presentation created by Prezi.
Jin has taught all levels Chinese classes for more than 10 years at College in Southern California. Additionally, she taught Fine Arts for two years in Beijing Institute of Technology.
Emily holds teaching credentials in both Mathematics and Mandarin. She started teaching math at Leuzinger High School, then created the Mandarin Program. She recently transferred to Carson High School.
Grace Shih has been Mathematics and Mandarin teacher at West Adams Preparatory High School in Los Angeles Unified School District for eight years, and has been teaching Mandarin since 2014. This year, she teaches a majority of ninth graders in Algebra and Mandarin 1 classes. Grace says she learned that Class Dojo is a great tool in many aspects, especially for classroom management that students are more motivated in participating classroom activities and learning.
要红老师目前在The Webb Schools, California承担中文二、中文三和中文四的教学工作。
Dr. Zhu completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in English Language and Literature from Fudan University, and obtained Master's Degree in Theater Arts and Doctor’s Degree in East Asian Studies at University of Arizona. He taught Chinese language and culture at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, University of Arizona, Claremont Colleges, Wharton-Lauder Institute of University of Pennsylvania. Now he teaches at Long Beach Polytechnic High School and Long Beach City College. He received International Chinese Language Teaching Award for Pedagogical Excellence.