Leveraging Technology Training in UK


Using technology in the Chinese language classroom can transform the engagement level of your students. The development sessions present best practices for the iPad/PC/Chromebook 1:1 Chinese classroom. The two sessions for primary schools and secondary schools will be led by teacher trainers Sole Amian and Sun Shaohua, who have three years of experience teaching Chinese in iPad 1:1 Primary and Secondary classrooms. Spaces are limited, sign up to receive the confirmation and additional information about the session.
 
Leveraging iPads for Chinese in Primary Schools
Date and Time: Saturday 17-Jan, 13:30 to 17:00 Location: 1-15 Templeton Place, London SW5 9NB (K+K Hotel George, 2 minutes walk to Earl’s Court underground station) Schedule: 13:30-13:45    Welcome, Coffee/Tea 13:45–15:15    Design engaging Lesson Plans for an iPad 1:1 Primary classroom.                           Apps that help to create a challenging experience. 15:15–15:30    Break 15:30–17:00   Build a Primary Programme of Study with Better YCT apps.                           Experience how to use Better YCT for instructional delivery, pair work and self-study activities.  
Leveraging iPads/PCs/Chromebooks for Chinese in Secondary Schools
Date and Time: Saturday 31-Jan, 13:30 to 17:00 Location: 1-15 Templeton Place, London SW5 9NB (K+K Hotel George, 2 minutes walk to Earl’s Court underground station) Schedule: 13:30-13:45    Welcome, Coffee/Tea 13:45–15:15    Design engaging Lesson Plans for an iPad 1:1 Secondary classroom.                           Apps that help to create a challenging experience. 15:15–15:30    Break 15:30–17:00   Build a Secondary Programme of Study with Discovering Chinese Pro apps.                           Experience how to use Discovering Chinese Pro for instructional delivery, pair work and self-study activities. Fees This is a free sponsored event by Better Chinese, for teachers working for a school delivering Chinese courses. Fees are £100 for teachers not working for a school.

To find out more about our activities in Europe, please check out our EU website: http://www.betterchinese.co.uk

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