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Exeas : ExEAS - Expanding East Asian Studies
Asia For Everyone. A one-stop portal to free educational resources for those interested in teaching or learning about East Asia at the elementary, secondary, and collegiate levels. AFE sponsors and co-sponsors numerous programs around the country to support education about Asia at both the undergraduate and K levels. The ExEAS Program is intended to create innovative courses and teaching materials that incorporate the study of East Asia in broad thematic, trans-national, and interdisciplinary contexts. National Consortium for Teaching about Asia. NCTA is a nation-wide program, funded by the Freeman Foundation, currently offering seminars and study tours for history, geography, social studies, and literature teachers in forty-six states.
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University Outreach Asia Asian Studies Development Program Course syllabi and bibliographies for teaching Asian studies collected by this Program of the University of Hawaii and East West Center during the course of its five years of college and university faculty development institutes and workshops. Columbia University, Asia for Educators This site offers teaching aids workbooks on China and Japan, lesson plans on China, Unit Plans on China and Japan, and guides for history and literature , resource lists recommended curriculum resources, travel programs, language programs, related links , and a library of short multi-media discussions on Japanese and Chinese history and literature. East-West Center Fellowships, grants, programs, events, and publications. Rice University Offers programs for secondary school teachers desiring to incorporate more Asian content into their courses.
Helps educators find multimedia resources for teaching about Asia in order to promote understanding of Asian cultures and peoples. Offers numerous educational programs to help fund student leadership development and exchange, as well as provide curricular support about Asia and the Pacific region. Presents innovative courses and teaching materials that incorporate the study of East Asia in broad thematic, transnational, and interdisciplinary contexts and provides models for incorporating East Asia into general education, disciplinary, and survey courses in undergraduate curricula. Supports, encourages, and improves the teaching of East Asian cultures in elementary, middle, and secondary schools, and two- and four-year colleges in the Northeast. A multi-year initiative to encourage and facilitate teaching and learning about East Asia in elementary and secondary schools nationwide.