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This proceedings is presented in three parts. Part 1 contains summaries of the keynote speech and one paper: "Sa-Jiao: An Important Concept in Understanding Chinese Students' Social Behavior" (Jing-Jyi Wu); and "Our Choices Create Our Future: A Chinese-American Perspective" (Rose Tseng). Part 2 contains summaries of three panel sessions. The first panel session, "Cultural Identity and Social Growth of Chinese and American Students," contains presentations by Michael Chang, Yuhaw Eva Lee, and Phylis Lan Lin. The second panel session, "Chinese Language Teaching and Learning: A Cantonese and Mandarin Perspective," includes five presentations by Chen-Ching Li, K.C. Leung, Chaofen Sun, Shirley H.L. Lee, and Liana Sieto. The third panel session, "Parental Involvement in School Learning," has four presentations by Li-Rong L. Cheng, Ben Liao, Jane Chiu, and Sin-Yee Poon (in Chinese). Part 3 summarizes the poster sessions: "Chinese Language Education Issues" (Guang Yang, Liping Ma, and Terrence M. Doyle); "Instructionally Related Issues" (Xianglei Chen, Marilyn M. Y. Chi, and Mei-Yan Lu); "Learner Characteristics Issues" (Liang-Tsu Hsieh, Shwu-Yong Huang, and Shu-Ling Wang); and "Education Reform Issues" (Lu Chang and Wei-Non Shu). A list of conference participants and contributors, and advertisements (in Chinese) are appended. (SPM)

Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Cantonese, Chinese Americans, Chinese Culture, Cultural Differences, Elementary School Students, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Mandarin Chinese, Native Language Instruction, Parent Participation, Preservice Teacher Education, Second Language Instruction, Secondary School Students, Social Development, Student Characteristics











Autor: Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, Rockville, MD.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=11342&id=ED408237







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