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In this 10-week online course, we will consider the experiences of the people of Okinawa, Tokyo, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki, both in war time 1945 and in post-1945 peace time. What can we learn from the experiences of these people? How have their experiences …

Seminars & Short Courses

This three-module course of world history and world religions builds “religious literacy” by engaging participants with the religious and philosophical traditions, practices, and experiences of the diverse belief systems in East Asia. The course will also …

Workshops

Join d:matcha live from Wazuka, Kyoto, Japan to experience five varieties of sencha (green tea) grown organically in their tea fields. Learn why Wazuka is considered to be one of the best tea growing locations in Japan, the differences in the tea …

Workshops

This highly interactive on-site workshop brings together Asia scholars from around the country to provide Arkansas teachers with opportunities to engage Japan and China beyond the traditional social studies classroom, including in physical education, …

Workshops

Manga and Anime have arrived on the educational landscape and are considered more than mere entertainment. As an appealing literary art form, manga engages resistant readers, second language learners, critical and creative thinkers, and students curious …

Workshops

Topics (one week each): geography, language(s), food, and current issues (including US-China relations)

The two-hour synchronous online sessions will be interactive, and after each session participants will be invited to reflect on what …

Workshops

Fall in-service day with the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Educators will engage with artwork from the Seattle Asian Art Museum, as well as other pieces in their collection that draw inspiration from Asian art in this workshop. They will practice facilitating …

Workshops

Fall in-service day with the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Explore how words and images come together to foster connections between artists and the world around them. Educators can take in works of art from the Seattle Asian Art Museum’s collection, as well …

Workshops

Have you developed an interesting lesson as a result of participating in the National Consortium for Teaching About Asia seminar series? If so, please consider sharing that with other NCTA alumni and friends at our first Alumni Presentation Day on October …