The Chinese strand is a dedicated series of presentations conducted predominantly in Putonghua for Chinese Studies teachers. The strand highlights how Chinese teachers embrace digital learning in the following areas:
中國語文工作坊以普通話進行, 是中文科教師交流的好機會。會議將分享教師如何在以下幾方面使用數位教學:

學生主導學習 Student Agency: students organise and present their progress of learning and get feedback
個人化學習 Personalised Learning: students use their personal devices for self-paced learning
無地域限制學習 Global Learning: students and teachers use social media and global platform for learning
創新學習 Creative Learning: students develop language skills through creative and collaborative activities
發展性評估 Formative Assessment: teachers collect data and give feedback with the help of technology to improve teaching and learning efficiency

Chinese Strand Presenters and Topics:

Extended Workshop

Incorporate technology into IB MYP Chinese Assessments

Lanny TsouTeacher of Chinese, West Island School
Lili Tang Teacher of Chinese, West Island School

How to implement the limited and effective Apps/web tools in meaningful ways in your teaching

Sharon Wong Teacher Yew Chung International School

One Hour Workshops

Hands-on Google Chrome Extensions and Websites for Chinese Teaching and Learning

Mersara Wu Senior Mandarin Teacher / Head of Chinese The Harbour School

Bring your classroom with Technology

Allysa Liu Mandarin Teacher British International School of Shanghai

Effective Ways of Teaching Chinese as additional Language in a Unit of Inquiry

Lucy Wong Chinese Teacher Kennedy School ( English Schools Foundation) Hong Kong

Ms. Lanny Tsou  BA  MED

Ms. Tsou currently teaches in the Renaissance College School. Teaching A and B Curriculum.She was the Deputy Head of Chinese and the Coordinator of NCS Chinese, originally from Taiwan. She is an experienced educator and has previously teaching experience in Taiwan. She obtained a diploma from the Department of News Editing and Reporting from The World College of Journalism (Shih Hsin University). She received a certificate from the Taipei Language Institute Center for Teacher Chinese as a Second Language in 2006. She also holds a Chinese Language and Literature Bachelor degree, and has a Masters degree of Teaching Chinese as a Second language from The University of Hong Kong. She has been held many workshops for secondary schools and HKU.

Participants can choose to attend sessions in the Chinese theme exclusively, or or mix and match with over 100 other sessions at 21CLHK10