Chinese Bridge Summer Camp 2013
Big 12 Chinese Bridge Summer Camp 2013 Information
Go to CHINA!
The University of Oklahoma Chinese Bridge Summer Camp is a 2+ week camp for high school students ages 15-19.
More information will be available soon.
If you would like someone to visit your class about the trip, please contact Alisa Dougless at firstname.lastname@example.org or (918) 660-3488.
Pictured: The 2012 Chinese Bridge Summer Camp for U.S. high school students took place in Deng Feng, Henan Province, China.
Chinese Bridge Delegation for American School Principals
Announcement for 2010 Chinese Bridge Delegation:
The Chinese Bridge Delegation for American School Principals aimed to encourage the growth of Chinese language programs in American schools by building the interest and commitment from key education leaders to bring Chinese into their classrooms. Hanban/College Board/Confucius Institute will invite school leaders to visit China for one-week educational tours of Beijing and regional provinces throughout China. Delegations will visit schools and cultural sites, hold meetings with Chinese education leaders, and learn about the Chinese language, culture and education system.
Delegation Dates: June 21–29
To help education decision-makers strengthen and expand their Chinese language and culture programs, the College Board and Hanban (Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters) are pleased to announce the 2010 Chinese Bridge Delegation: Taking the Next Step — a one-week education trip hosted by Hanban. This program is tailored to the needs of institutions now teaching Chinese, with a focus on school visits and educational workshops.
Participants will have an opportunity to:
Meet with Chinese educators and students and observe classes.
Participate in partnership-building workshops and networking sessions.
Attend presentations on successful models and available resources.
Share experiences with U.S. and Chinese educators.
Visit cultural sites in Beijing and other cities.
Learn firsthand about a country that is rapidly changing and rising on the global stage.
District and school leaders and other decision-makers with oversight of foreign language learning. Participants in past delegations are eligible to apply, with the exception of participants in the most recent December 2009 Chinese Bridge Delegation: Taking the Next Step.
$900, plus transportation fees to hub city for international departure.
Have a valid passport with an expiration date of December 21, 2010, or later.
Understand and accept trip goals and expectations.
Participate in all scheduled events.
Be prepared for an intense schedule, including up to 15 hours of activities per day.
To apply, visit www.collegeboard.com/chinesebridge.
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