The Center for East Asian Studies is offering a summer workshop on Environmental and Social Issues of East Asia. Scholarships are available to workshop participants. We look forward to seeing you at our workshop.
(Funding from the
A five-day workshop for educators providing an opportunity
to learn about and discuss contemporary international issues and their
practical applications for the classroom. This year the Center for East
Asian Studies will focus on an area of international importance: the
environment and related social issues in
∑ Presentations by practicing teachers and university faculty. Films, classroom resources and much more.
∑ Computer lab: view
∑ Visit to the
∑ Design your own watershed and take a boat trip on
∑ Develop a curriculum project that can be directly implemented in the classroom.
∑ Connect with other teachers in the
∑ Earn college credit and meet PI-34 Educator License requirements.
∑ Develop new approaches to incorporating
∑ Examine current societal and economic issues of international importance.
∑ Discover ways to expand your studentsí horizons of the world.
∑ Examine how people in East Asian societies confront environmental crises, and how western ways of interacting with the environment may differ from those of other cultures.
Registration Fee: $75: Includes lunches, dinner in
Travel and lodging scholarships available.
Final registration deadline: May 20, 2004
Registration forms are available online at our website: http://polyglot.lss.wisc.edu/east/eas.html
Center for East Asian Studies
333 Ingraham Hall
1155 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1397 USA