In accordance with the Wisconsin Idea, the Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) runs and supports outreach programming to provide the K-12 community with information, resources and events that help to promote the study and teaching of East Asia. This page in particular has been loaded with materials and projects for use by educators, students and families.
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Disseminating knowledge about East Asia to promote cultural literacy concerning East Asia in Wisconsin.
Teachers looking for materials they can use to design lessons will find links and ideas here to develop engaging content.
Resources, materials and links to support teachers and students studying East Asian languages.
This page has links to offer a starting point to students for research on the countries and cultures of East Asia.
Supporting the study of East Asia and its individual countries.
This annual conference is designed to provide professional development opportunities for social studies teachers across Wisconsin (and beyond) who are interested in integrating East Asia into their classrooms and to exploring the connections between East Asia and the Upper Midwest.
CEAS co-hosts a pedagogy workshop for K-16 instructors of East Asian languages in Wisconsin and beyond. Each year, a new, classroom applicable theme is chosen to engage educators through the workshop’s various breakout sessions, with a session geared towards Chinese, Japanese or Korean.