Language Teaching in the Era of AI: Low Tech vs High Tech

September 19, 2024 Pre-Conference WorkshopTeachers of World Languages. Live interviews will be conducted in Spanish and/or French. Language used in training: English.
September 20, 2024Pre-Conference WorkshopTeachers of Chinese Language. Language used in training: Mandarin.
September 21, 2024Main Conference with 2 TracksOpen to all

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The goal of the HKIS 2024 Chinese Studies and World Language Conference is to provide an effective platform for language teachers to learn and share new ideas and best practices. The theme of the 2024 Conference is "Low Tech vs. High Tech for Language Teaching in the Era of AI." Participants will be able to get inspiration from internationally renowned experts virtually as well as learn practical strategies from their regional peers through in-person breakout sessions. 

This year, the conference will include a Pre-Conference Workshop focused on understanding language proficiency, progression, oral proficiency assessment, and effective strategies for instruction. The Main Conference will feature a Keynote sharing a high-level perspective on the Impact of AI on language teaching. Breakout sessions will follow.


Pre-Conference Workshop: HK$1,000/ per day/ per participant (includes tea, lunch, and refreshments)

Main Conference: HK$1,000 /participant (includes tea, lunch, and refreshments)


HKIS Repulse Bay Campus: 23 South Bay Close, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Call for Breakout Session Presenters

Be a breakout session presenter and share your experience and expertise with field practitioners. Gather valuable feedback and support the Chinese language education community.

As a breakout session presenter, you will receive a waiver of the registration fee! Please submit your proposal by August 15, 2024. For more information, click on the 'Breakout Session' card below.

Registration Deadline: September 6, 2024 

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