Program Development and Assessment

What are the components of a strong program?
What are the components of a strong program?

The Center for Global Education has resources on program development and assessment for educators, administrators, and those currently developing both formal and nonformal learning opportunities. We also have resources specific to Chinese language learning and immersion programs.

We also offer customized support and services for schools and programs seeking support on program development and assessment.

If you are seeking support on behalf of your school or district, or if you are starting a new school, please contact Kate Farmer at kfarmer@asiasociety.org or 212-327-9307. Or, visit the International Studies Schools Network for more information. You can also view the resources and workshops available in our ISSN catalog.

If you are seeking support on behalf of an afterschool or out-of-school time network or intermediary, please contact Heather Loewecke at hloewecke@asiasociety.org or 212-327-9379. Or, visit Global Learning Beyond School for more information.

Resources on Program Development and Assessment

CELIN presentations at the 2016 National Chinese Language Conference, which focus on the new series of CELIN Briefs and study abroad programs in grades 6-10.
Children and adolescents need a broad range of experiences to build their knowledge of the world and understand their place in it. Learn how to use expanded learning time to build global competence.
There is a great need in Chinese language education for research-based information, examples of best practices, and useful resources for administrators, teachers, and parents. In response to that need, we developed this series of briefs.
Educator Heidi Steele shares her experience planning China Night at two high schools in Washington State, with advice and strategies on how to better engage students and prepare for the event.
A strong teacher support system is critical, but how is it established?
What does it mean to be literate in Chinese, and what are the strategies to get there?
Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School shares their teacher advocate and program consultant model of success.
How do you know if your Chinese language program is working? Advice from the experts.
An alternative to standardized test--and why it makes sense for the global innovation age.
Think your successes will speak for themselves? Think again. And do these things.
One school network raised graduation rates to 97 percent through smart partnerships. Learn how.
Some basic criteria and advice from those who've done it successfully.
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What to consider when selecting materials for your Chinese immersion classroom.
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There's a short supply of Chinese teachers—and a very high demand. Read the recommendations on how to bridge the gap.

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