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Yangshuo Sunset | More about the Region:  Yangshuo Climbing  |  Yangshuo’s Yulong River


(updated Jan 2, 2018)

 

UPDATE: Each teacher this year is limited to a max of 10 entries per DIVISION (middle school and  high school), so we suggest  having the school (teachers and/or students) vote on the best ones to submit!


TEACHERS, if you’ve registered before, no need to re-register.  Simply log-in to update any contact information.  If you’re NEW to our contest, please register and join our mailing list by registering below.  You’ll:

  • Stay on Top of Contest Updates
    …from any deadline and rule changes to new prizes and curriculum resources.
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  • Be Eligible to Win Teacher Prizes  
    Registered middle school & high school teachers are eligible to win:
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    a) Matching cash prize(s) alongside their students’ winning National entries and a chance to win a trip to our Festival and Awards Bash in San Francisco. 
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    b) Teachers’ MVP Prize for the teachers of one school with the most number of entries from entries in our contest.  NOTE:  Each teacher this year is limited to a max of 10 entries per DIVISION (middle school and  high school), so we suggest  (1) having the school (teachers and/or students) vote on the best ones to submit and (2) to win the MVP prize, recruit more fellow teachers to get involved!
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    c) Youth Voices Teaching Prize for the most creative teaching idea(s) that integrate our contest into the classroom. Simply complete our short entry form sent to you after the February submission deadline.  We will be emailing you post-submission.
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PROMOTING THE CONTEST

Thank you for helping students deepen their learning about China and their global awareness, while seeking balanced perspectives.  We hope you’ll make this either an external extra credit project or required assignment for your students.  Read more about Contest goals & benefits here, plus see our Teachers Guide with sample lessons and rubrics created by SFSU Professor Pat Donahue.
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The Youth Voices contest is affiliated with 1990 Institute’s education program, CHINA NOW | For Teachers, which hosts the annual Teachers Workshop and Summer Teacher Tour to China. Check them out!