Society: Education and Learning |
Educational Media Service, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign |
Offering a searchable database of audio-visual resources on China, Japan,
Korea, and Southeast Asia, as well as a catalog of selected resources for
K-12 education, reviews of new and significant resources, and links to related
A consortium of more than 150 North American colleges working to strengthen
the role of Asian Studies within the framework of liberal arts education.
Studies Development Program (ASDP), University of Hawai'i |
"The ASDP mission is to infuse Asian content and perspectives into the core
curriculum at American two-year and four-year colleges and universities through programs
that help faculty expand and refine their knowledge and teaching of Asia."
Program, East-West Center, University of Hawai'i | www.asiapacificedcrossings.org
The East-West Center's AsiaPacific Ed Program for Schools supports teaching and learning about the Asia and the Pacific region across curriculum areas in elementary and secondary schools. Browse their homepage and see in particular their new resource site, "Southeast Asia: At the Crossroads of WW II" and beyond.
Asian Studies Center, University of Pittsburg | www.ucis.pitt.edu
In addition to other services for educators, the University of Pittsburgh Asian Studies Center is developing the "East Asian Gateway for Linking Educators (EAGLE)". EAGLE is an online resource
of materials for teaching about Asia, and a portal where teachers can
share teaching materials and their own ratings and reviews of materials.
The site is open to all for viewing and downloading of materials or photos. You will find a database of teaching materials, along with ratings and
reviews of those materials, accompanying culture notes, and sample
lessons for your use. There is a gallery of photos taken by fellow
educators for your use. You can also scroll through study tour blogs,
where there are first hand accounts by teachers about their trips to
East Asia. Teachers are free to make use of all these resources.
Association for Asian Studies (AAS) |
The AAS is the largest society of its kind in the world — a scholarly,
non-political, non-profit professional association open to all persons interested
in Asia. The AAS Web site offers information on the organization's publications,
conferences, and meetings, as well as listings of study programs, grants
and fellowships, and other Asian Studies links and resources. See in particular the link to the on-line archive of their journal for educators, Education about Asia, which is highly recommended. Subscribe or have your school library subscribe to keep abreast of current issues. (The archive is only open for issues four or more years old.)
Asian Studies Center (EASC), Indiana University |
Programs for teachers, including their annual summer residential workshop on Teaching East Asian Literature in High School.
East Asian Studies (ExEAS) | www.columbia.edu
Columbia University's Expanding East Asian Studies
(ExEAS) website features innovative and easy-to-use materials for teaching
about East Asia at the undergraduate level.
College Center for East Asian Studies |
in International Educational Resources (PIER), Yale University |
Programs and school support on all world areas, but see in particular their section on East Asia.
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