Opportunities and Resources Helping Educators Globalize Curriculum

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Through lectures, discussion, materials, online modules, resources, lesson plans, and other methods, teachers are given tools about East Asian history, culture, literature, and current affairs issues to help globalize their curriculum.


IMPACT. 1: 2017 Summer Global Teacher Seminar—"Human Rights in a Global Perspective: Mass Atrocities and State-Sponsored Violence" will be held June 5-9, 2017 at OSU for middle and high school social studies teachers. -- 2. Korea Workshop 2017 — "Bringing Korea in the Classroom: A Workshop for Ohio Teachers " will be held June 8-9, 2017 at OSU for middle and high school social studies teachers. -- 3. NCTA Ohio Teacher Seminar—National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA-Ohio) will be held June 12—16, 2017 at OSU with a focus on East Asian history, literature, culture, and more for middle and high school teachers.
OSU PARTNERS: East Asian Studies Center; Center for African Studies; Center for Latin American Studies; Center for Slavic and East European Studies; Middle East Studies Center; Institute for Chinese Studies; Institute for Japanese Studies; Instiute for Korea Studies; Office of International Affairs; College of Arts & Sciences; Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
COMMUNITY PARTNERS: Freeman Foundation; Indiana University; Korea Foundation; Granville High School; U.S. Department of Education Title VI; Columbus State Community College; Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership
PRIMARY CONTACT: Janet Stucky Smith (stucky.7@osu.edu)



Engaged Scholars, v. 5 (2017).