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Technology Specialist

 

Henny Chen (陈恒良)

Henny Chen has taught at a high school level in the US for eight years after teaching Chinese language literatures in high school in Taiwan for 14 years. She is currently a Chinese teacher at Moreau Catholic High School in California. She holds a Master’s degree in educational technology and has gained national and international reputation in instructional technology for teaching Chinese as a foreign language. Her voluntary services include, but are not limited to, serving as an adjunct Board member of the Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools since 2011, a voluntary project manager of the Huayu Digital Learning Center in the Chinese Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in San Francisco, and as the founder and president (2010-12) of Chinese Language Digital Teaching Association. She has passionately provided consulting work and conducted workshops in the US and abroad. Specifically, she has developed e-Learning courses and participated in a variety of world language education leadership projects such as STARTALK in UC Berkeley and IMPACT STARTALK program in Stanford University 2010-2011. Her most recent project involves creating technology tools focusing on the 21st century world language skills of collaboration, creativity, communication and digital citizenship.