Chinese Flagship Program 2020-2024 - Operational Chinese Flagship Program The Arizona State University (ASU) Chinese Language Flagship Program prepares students to respond to the linguistic, cultural, and professional needs of a global society. The ASU Chinese Flagship Program promotes an integral and interdisciplinary curriculum by combining the development of language proficiency with cultural skills and domain-specific language learning. The aim is to train professionals who are highly proficient in Chinese and possess strong intercultural and cross-disciplinary knowledge and skills. During the 202024 Flagship cycle, the Program will continue to develop its operations in light of evolving visions of global education, adopt best practices in language and cultural training, and leverage the rich academic resources available at ASU and beyond. Specifically, during the next four years, the ASU Chinese Flagship Program will redouble its efforts in the following six areas: 1) strengthening the core curriculum and the learning support system; 2) maximizing outside-the-classroom learning and creating a stronger learner community; 3) emphasizing a student-centered learning approach accompanied by systematic diagnostic assessment; 4) forging stronger collaborations with other academic units and programs in and outside of ASU; 5) promoting the institutionalization and sustainability of the Program to enhance its visibility and impact; 6) increasing the certified Flagship enrollment number to approximately 90 by 2024. Chinese Flagship Program (2020-2024) YEAR 2 Revision
|Effective start/end date||6/1/20 → 5/31/22|
- National Security Education Program (NSEP): $625,037.00
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