1) 将现有的在主页What’s New 上的一下内容,移到“2013”的Tab 下。 04/07/2013 Annul Pedagogy Seminar: Teaching Chinese Characters out of the box Time: Sunday, April 7, 2013, 1:30pm – 3:30pm Place: Atrium Building, Atrium Auditorium,William Paterson University Driving Directions: http://www.wpunj.edu/directories/directions-and-map.dot The Speaker: Ping Xu Moroney, was born in Shanghai China and trained in traditional Chinese painting. Spending the next thirteen years in Tokyo after graduating from college, Ping received her 2nd B.A. degree from Kyoritsu Women’s University in International Studies, while conducted her activities as a fine artist. Ping came to the U.S. later on and obtained her M.A. degree in Studio Arts at the College of New Rochelle. Ping completed her study in the Certified Chinese Teacher Preparation program at William Paterson University and earned the certificate of teaching Chinese in 2012. She is currently teaching Art and Mandarin courses full-time in Sparta Middle school, NJ

2) 05/04/2013 In Partnership with Nanjing University, China, CLTA-GNY (Chinese Language Teacher’s Association in Greater New York) 2013 Annual Conference & 11th New York International Conference on Teaching Chinese, was hosted by the Dept. of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ 07079 Dr. Lan Jiang reported the progress of the Chinese Teacher Training Program in WPUNJ, and presented her paper entitled Real-life Requirements and Pedagogical Competence Development for K-12 Chinese Language Teachers



3) 07/28/2013 Certified Chinese Teacher Program summer OPEN HOUSE The Center received $1,000.00 donation from the Chinese-American Family Coalition of New Jersey, to support the Center for promoting the study of Chinese language and culture at the University.



4) 08/10/2013 Professional development seminar: Curriculum design and delivery in K-12 Chinese classroom: case study (Session I)



5) 09/19/2013 Dr. Lan Jiang introduced Chinese film The Knot in Cornwall Public Library, New York



6) 12/08/2013 Professional development seminar: Curriculum design and delivery in K-12 Chinese classroom: case study (Session II)