NYU Project DCLT Wishes You A Wonderful Summer!
Visit our brand new Startalk Website to download culturally important stories for learning Chinese, along with ideas for teaching them. These beautifully illustrated stories are available in both pdf and narrated iBook formats, were created by teachers in the NYU StarTalk Immersion Training Program for Teachers of Chinese (K-6). These stories are suitable for students of all levels.
Upcoming Forums in Fall 2016
September 16: Project-Based Chinese Language Teaching
October 7: New Teachers Forum (teachers in years 1-3 only, by invitation)
November 4: Art in a Time of Chaos: Chinese Art in Teaching Culture at China Institute
November 5: Chinese Educators Symposium: Innovation in Teaching Language and Culture: K -12 schools
December 9: Celebrating Holidays Swap Shop
The Project for Developing Chinese Language Teachers (DCLT)
Project DCLT of New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, funded by the Freeman Foundation, was established in 2007 to provide services and support to Chinese language teachers, schools and school districts, and students in NYU's degree programs for Chinese teachers. Learn More>
Where Are Our Graduates?
Graduates of NYU teach in schools across New York and the country. NYU's Master's in Teaching Foreign Language (Chinese) program prepares them for certification and teaching.
Resources for Teachers: By Date
In fall 2015, topics included... Click here to see all events we have held over the years.
Resources for Teachers: By Topic
Over the years, DCLT forum topics have included... Explore our resources by topic for more information.
- Project DCLT was delighted to sponsor a strand of Chinese teachers to present at the 2015 NYSAFLT Annual Conference in Saratoga Springs, NY from October 29 - 31!
- Check Rock that Movie video competition 2015-16! We had another successful year with 15 schools participated.
- Check out our Recent Events page for information about past events, conferences, and TV interviews!
- Get new ideas for teaching from events held at The New York Chinese Characters Festival, which attracted hundreds of participants from many schools.