The IOE Confucius Institute Annual Chinese Conference is the largest CPD opportunity of its kind in the UK for teaching professionals in the subject area of Mandarin Chinese.
The 18th Annual Chinese Teaching Conference will take place on Saturday 11th September 2021 at the UCL Institute of Education, University College London.
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting the 2021 Annual Chinese Teaching Conference at the IOE this year, and in line with current government guidance, we are planning for the event to go ahead in person. The Annual Chinese Teaching Conference will be a one day event, and is taking place in September rather than June due to social distancing limitations currently in place.
This year’s conference theme is “Teaching Resilience”, reflecting the unique and challenging time that both we and our students have been living through, and thinking about what positive aspects we can take forward into the new academic year.
The day will offer:
- Keynote speeches from international experts
- CPD workshops
- Exhibition of current teaching materials and resources
- Lively student performances
- Networking opportunities
- Refreshments (Not including lunch)
Workshops & speakers: We have some very interesting keynote speakers joining us this year and a wide variety of CPD workshops especially for those involved in Mandarin Chinese in schools.
To Create Well-Rounded Citizens, What Can Chinese Offer? – Yuemei Li
Motivating students to study Mandarin GCSE – Rose Ren
If students can lead in the classroom, why not? – Sylvania Choy
Learning Mandarin through cross-curricular learning – Victor Wu, Pia Maggioni, Kim Wang
Retrieval in Action: Creating long lasting learning – Lucy Wicks
Mandarin – Accessible for All – Emma Jamen
Coaching to Success – Alex Ferraby
Making pupils actively engaged with speaking and listening activities – Fu Xiong
Cognitive Load Theory – practical ideas to support speaking and listening in the Mandarin classroom- Helen Lewis
From Mandarin to “MAD”arin–A four skill integrated approach to create memorable learning experience – Yi Zhang
Develop Higher Thinking Skills by introducing pop culture and current affairs into KS3-5 curriculum – Peishu Lin
Achieving better work life balance through optimal lesson planning – Josh Ma
Using Games to teach primary level Mandarin – Rachel Tiefenbraun
Mandarin through Project-Based Learning to connect to the real world – Kim Wang
Learning to Read Characters with Radicals (Primary) – Jing Wang
Teaching film and literature for A Level Chinese: reasons to be positive – Hannah Galbraith
Chinese Sentence Builders – An Introduction – Chris Webster
The 2021 Excellence Awards ceremony will take place at the Annual Chinese Teaching Conference, a chance to recognise those who continually contribute to the study of Chinese and China in UK schools. Nominations for this year’s Awards have now closed.
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