3-day Chinese Online Language Pedagogy (OLP) summer workshop
Digital badge & CEU credit available
Monday, June 26 | Wednesday, June 28 | Friday, June 30
Live panel discussions in Zoom: 9:00-10:45 am Hawai‘i | 12:00-1:45 pm Pacific | 1:00-2:45 pm Mountain | 2:00-3:45 pm Central | 3:00-4:45 pm Eastern
Registration: FREE (deadline: June 23, 2023)
This NFLRC professional learning opportunity, designed specifically for online Mandarin Chinese language teachers, will focus on three key areas of teaching Chinese online*:
- Identifying and evaluating resources (Monday, June 26)
- Managing and fostering online interaction (Wednesday, June 28)
- Assessment and feedback (Friday, June 30)
* Key areas were identified by the NFLRC through a survey distributed to online Chinese language teachers throughout the United States.
Three daily interactive live sessions followed by related asynchronous tasks (e.g., sharing of resources, posts related to the day’s topic, etc.), which are to be completed after each live session.
Successful completion of this workshop (attendance in all 3 live Zoom panel sessions and completion of all asynchronous tasks by July 15) will be certified with a digital badge conferred by the National Foreign Language Resource Center (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa). Please see Digital Badge Criteria section below for details. Badge earners may be eligible to earn a Continuing Education Unit (CEU) towards maintaining their professional qualifications.
Badges are not available to those who are not able to attend the 3-day workshop in person. Session recordings and resources will be made available after the event as OERs.
Digital Badge Criteria
The Chinese OLP badge certifies that the badge recipient:
- Learned about identifying and evaluating resources; managing and fostering online interaction; and assessment and feedback related to teaching Chinese online;
- Attended all three live Zoom panel sessions;
- Participated substantively and collegially in asynchronous tasks following each live session (at least 3 posts per session);
- Completed a 3-2-1 Reflection for each live session.
- Completed our Exit Survey
NOTE: See the Q&A section below for instructions on how to complete your required badge tasks.
The digital badge can be requested at the end of the Exit Survey form.
Completion Due Date: July 15, 2023.
Participants who meet all the criteria listed under “Digital Badge” above can be eligible to earn continuing education unit (CEU) credit. In order to earn the CEU credit, one requirement is to fulfill a minimum of 10 contact hours during the workshop, which means participants have to attend all 3 webinar sessions (6 hrs) and participate in asynchronous tasks and reflections afterwards (4 hours).
If you are from the North Carolina Virtual Public School, you will automatically be considered for CEU credit. If you are from a school OTHER than North Carolina Virtual Public School and you wish to earn CEU credit, please contact us and provide the name, title, and contact info (phone and/or email) of the supervisor who will be responsible for approving/awarding your professional development credit.
Completion Due Date: July 15, 2023.
Live Zoom panel sessions
- How do I access live panel sessions in Zoom? All sessions can be accessed via the link provided to registered attendees prior to the start of the summer workshop.What topics will be covered during the live panel sessions? The session schedule, including the list of topics and presenters will be listed in the aforementioned email as well as on this webpage, once available.
- What should I do if I have a question about Zoom? Visit the Zoom Help Center for more information.
Asynchronous tasks (following live panels)
- Where will the asynchronous tasks take place? We will use a collaborative web platform (e.g., Padlet, Jamboard) to be announced.
- How do I participate in the asynchronous tasks? After each live panel session, participants will respond to the day’s prompts by making posts in the platform at their leisure. This may involve discussing an aspect of the day’s content, sharing resources, and so forth. Participants should make at least three posts on each of the three session days. Be sure to include your full name with your posts, so you are appropriately credited for your contributions.
Final Project: 3-2-1 Reflection
- What is the 3-2-1 Reflection? The 3-2-1 Reflection is a brief summary report that you need to complete after each live panel session. For each one, you need to provide a summary of three things you learned, two things you plan to implement in your class, and one question that you still have.
- Where can I find the 3-2-1 Reflection and how do I create my own copy? First, go to the Reflection Template, then follow this tutorial to create your own copy.
- How do I submit my 3-2-1 Reflection? Complete this Google Form to submit a URL to your 3-2-1 Reflection document.