The Chinese Language Teachers’ Federation of Australia will hold their 25th national conference at The University of Western Australia from July 12-13, 2019.
Hosted by the Chinese Language Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, the conference brings together leading Chinese language academics, researchers and professionals with Chinese language teachers from community language schools and government, independent and Catholic day schools.
More than 150 delegates from Perth, regional WA, interstate and overseas will have the opportunity to build their knowledge in all aspects of Chinese language acquisition and teaching methodology.
The keynote address will be delivered by Professor Zhao Yang, Dean, School of Chinese as a Second Language, Beijing University.
The conference has been supported by the McGowan Government with $5,000 through the Office of Multicultural Interests’ Community Grants Program.
For more information, visit https://www.cltawa.asn.au/conference
As stated by Acting Citizenship and Multicultural Interests Minister Bill Johnston:
“Ensuring language teachers have the best possible development opportunities is key to providing outstanding language education.
“The McGowan Government is proud to support this conference, which will bring together national and international industry professionals to provide teachers with the most up-to-date information about teaching Chinese language and culture.
“Supporting language teaching initiatives, such as this conference, is vital for the cultural and linguistic diversity of Western Australia, which connects us to the world socially, cultural and economically.”