Maryland

Shepherdstown 2019-2020

Currently, there is no seminar scheduled at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV for 2019-2020, but please check back here for updates on other programs and events going on in your area soon.

Shepherd University is offering a one day workshop on Pop Culture in East Asia on MARCH 14, 2020. Please check our Events and Opportunities section for more information. 

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University of Maryland Baltimore County 2019-2020

Global East Asia: History & Culture Beyond Borders

2020 NCTA Baltimore Seminar

 

 

"Globalization" is one of the most prevalent terms in today's K-12 curriculum-but how often does that term privilege Western events and culture? This seminar aims to change that by looking at the "global" through an East Asian lens. Each lecture, given by a UMBC professor, will highlight the impact of global events on the region as well as the role of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean history and culture on the global stage. The lecturers will introduce a variety or written and visual source material, making the seminar perfect for K-12 history and social studies educators, art educators, librarians, and literature and world language teachers. No previous background in East Asia is presumed.

Seminars: Saturdays, 9:00am-3:30pm (UMBC Fine Arts N., Rm 533)

(Light breakfast and lunch will be provided, and parking is free!)

Benefits to participants who complete the 36-hour course, and course requirements*

  • a $200 stipend upon completion of the course
  • $200 worth of teaching materials for your classroom (including complimentary textbooks and a one-year subscription to Education about Asia journal
  • access to NCTA programs, such as eligibility for discounted study tours of East Asia, online book clubs, summer institute opportunities, and teaching resources
  • a Certificate of Completion from the University of Pittsburgh
  • Requirements: Each teacher will complete a Philosophical Essay, one lesson plan, and a mini-grant proposal
 
 
To ApplyPlease send your completed application to Julie Rosenthal (julier@umbc.edu by Saturday, February 22, 2020 
 
Download Registration Application here.
 
If you have any questions, please contact the Baltimore Seminar Coordinator, Dr. Julie Oakes, at 410-455-3723 or juloakes@umbc.edu
 
The national program is sponsored by the Freeman Foundation, in association with the Asian Studies Center, University Center for International Studies of the University of Pittsburgh, and the National Consortium for Teaching About Asia (NCTA). The Maryland seminar program is presented in conjunction with the UMBC History Department. 
 
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