We host an annual conference and professional development meetings. Below you’ll find previous events and resources.
2019 CLTA-NC Annual Conference
The 2019 CLTA-NC Annual Conference will be hosted at FedEx Global Education Center in UNC-Chapel Hill campus on Saturday, August 24th. Our theme this year is Building a K-16 Pipeline in Chinese Teaching of North Carolina. We welcome any Chinese teacher and educator to attend this half-day conference and join our association. This conference is co-organized by the Department of Asian Studies and Carolina Asia Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. Up to 6 CEU contact hours will be offered for the attendees.
All attendees (including presenters) must register on 8/24. Check or cash is preferred. Vemo or Paypal are also acceptable. Registered presenters/attendees will automatically become CLTA-NC members for one-year. Click here for the full agenda.
2019 FLANC Fall Conference
As an allied organization, CLTA-NC members will present Chinese teaching mythologies and innovated instructional resources at the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina fall conference. The conference will be hosted in Winston-Salem on October 25 – 26, 2019. We will also have a business meeting with our members. Please stay tuned for more details! For more information, please visit their website: http://www.flanc.org/
Our Past Conferences
2nd Annual Conference
CLTA-NC New Policies and Budget by Anna Dunaway
Confucius Institute Resources for CLTA-NC Members by Yan Wei 魏燕
The Growth of K-12 Chinese Language Programs in NC and How to Become a Licensed Chinese Teacher for Face-to-Face and Online Programs by Ann Marie Gunter and Ellen Hart
Chinese Grammar Demystified: Word Order by Jenwei Kuo 郭震威
Teaching Mandarin Chinese with Google Classroom by Yi-Wen Liu 刘羿彣
When AI meets Immersion Education: A Case Study with youHanZi by Haining Liu 刘海宁 and Xiangxiang Meng 孟翔翔
Exploration of Cultural Activity Chinese Teaching by Jue Hu 胡珏
Low Income Area High School Classroom Management by Shockley Su 苏克力
Classroom Tools by Shockley Su 苏克力
Creative Ways to Engage Your Class with Movies in Mandarin by Yiwen Liu 刘羿彣
How to Make a Useful Teaching Plan by Wenjing Liu 刘文菁
How to Teach a Highly Interactive and Motivating AP Chinese Class by Lirong Wang 王丽榕