Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations

Filter +

type:resource

American school leaders visit the Coal + Ice exhibition in Beijing, November 2011. Jeff Wang/Asia Society
Find the Familiar in the Foreign
Pitfalls in China exchange programs and how to avoid them. more
Physics pedestrian bridge in Beijing. (chengphoto/flickr)
China All Around
Three specialists share classroom resources for introducing China throughout the school day. more
A Global Perspective for Policymakers
Asia Society leads a group of high-level education policymakers on a study trip to China. more
Prof. Tu speaking at the 2011 National Chinese Language Conference (Eleise Jones/Asia Society)
The New Confucianism
A tradition that emphasizes learning, un-learning, and re-learning. Try the new Confucianism in your teaching. more
What Students Discover Through Exchange
Tsinghua University delegation visits with Confucius Classrooms in New York. See what they said. more
Chris Livaccari and Jeff Wang speaking with students in Harbin, China.
Opposites and Opportunities
Notes from a school visit in China. more
How to Meet the High Demand for Chinese Teachers
There's a short supply of Chinese teachers--and a very high demand. Read the recommendations on how to bridge the gap. more
(geopaul/iStockPhoto.com)
Improving School Partnerships: Some Insight and Evidence
What are the ingredients for a successful school-to-school partnership? Here are some insights from those who have done it. more
How to Build School Partnerships
Practical advice for teachers and school leaders on how to create a meaningful school partnerships. more
A Chinese language textbook with simplified characters. Image: Drift Words/flickr.com.
Advice for Choosing Instructional Materials
What should a teacher look for in Chinese language instructional materials? What to avoid? Some advice from experts at Concordia. more