New Student Orientation
First Day of School
STIS Rising Party
Chang Pu, PhD in Culture, Literacy, and Language, is an associate professor of Teacher Education at Berry College. She has published more than 15 professional articles in referred journals and books in the field of teacher education, English as a second language education, and bilingual education, and given 30 plus professional presentations at national and international professional conferences in the field of education and language education. She has been actively involved and served in various professional services and organizations such as Georgia Professional Standards Commission, U.S. Department of Education, and Georgia TESOL, and American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. She also serves as a reviewer for various top-notch scholarly journals in her field such as Language, Culture and Curriculum, and Bilingual Research Journal.
蒲畅, 语言和文化教育博士, 现就职予美国佐治亚州贝里大学教育学副教授。在第二语言教育，双语教育， 教学教法培训等领域发表过多篇学术专著。并多次在国际和美国语言教育领域学术会议上发表演讲。 蒲畅博士曾任美国教育部基金评审委员，美国教师专业协会成员，美国教育研究协会成员，佐治亚州教师资格委员会英文第二语言小组成员，佐治亚州英文第二语言教育委员会理事等专业职务。蒲畅博士还多次受邀担任多家国际语言教育科研期刊的评审工作。
Worksheet and Powerpoint slides from Dr. Pu's seminar.
The STIS student team put up a valiant effort, but it wasn't quite enough to overcome the wisdom and experience of the adult team whose last minute goal sent the Old Folks to a 4 - 3 victory over the Young Whippersnappers.
The tournament was a great day of sports fun and community connection. Special thanks to all the teams that participated. Congratulations to the U.S. Consulate team who scraped by the TASTIS Rebels in the final game to win the tournament.
Students, Staff, and Parents had an exciting and fun May Fourth as they celebrated adventure and imagination.
All students had an opportunity to compete in athletic and academic competition. Congratulations to Gold Medal Winners - the Gold Team, Silver Medal Winners - the Silver Team, and Bronze Medalists - the Blue Team.
The Girls' Volleyball team had a great season playing other local and regional schools. They've learned a lot about volleyball and life and have come a long way this season.