Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) and the Department of Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) at the University of Wisconsin - Madison
Funded by the US Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center program
CEAS and the Department of C&I are pleased to announce a Fall 2010 workshop on East Asia for Wisconsin teachers. This 45-hour seminar offers preservice and inservice teachers the opportunity to engage in study, discussion, and critical examination of new scholarship related to Chinese, Korean and Japanese history, geography, and culture, and education. Content directly addresses the five Social Studies Content Standards areas established by the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Eligibility: This workshop is open to K-16 teachers in any discipline, but emphasizes geography, history, social studies, and world literature teachers interested in the study of China, Korea, and/or Japan. Preservice teachers in the teacher education programs at the UW-Madison are encouraged to participate.
Seminar Location: 224 & 216 Ingraham Hall, UW-Madison .
Seminar Dates: The class meets on six Saturdays in Fall 2010, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, and 2.5 hours/week online participation. There are two optional follow-up sessions in the spring of 2011. Class Dates: Sept. 18, Oct. 2, Oct. 16, Oct. 23, Nov. 6, and Nov. 20. Follow-Up Session Dates: TBA. Attendance is required at all meetings.
Benefits of Participation:
- 45 contact hours of content study, curriculum design, and discussion with East Asian specialists and fellow educators.
- Academic credit (3 credits) available as an option through the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
- Tuition waiver.
To Register, contact Richard Miller before the first class meeting on September 18, 2010.
Registration is on a first come, first served basis; register early to insure a place. Registration accepted after deadline on a space available basis.