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TEA Upcoming Opportunities

Applications Now Available for Summer 2014 Programs

-STARTALK 2014: Chinese Language Instruction in the Digital Age

-Texts & Contexts: Teaching Japan through Children's Literature (closed)

-Citizens, Society & the State: Adaptation & Transformation in Contemporary China (closed)

- View TEA's Monthly E-Newsletter

- Woodblock Prints Collection

- Link to South, Southeast, and West Asia    (SSEWA) Outreach Program

Welcome to the Program for Teaching East Asia

The Program for Teaching East Asia (TEA) at the Center for Asian Studies conducts national, regional, and state projects designed to enhance and expand teaching and learning about East Asia at the elementary and secondary school levels. Specific projects focus on curriculum development, professional development for teachers, and curriculum consultation and reform related to Asia in K-12 education.

TEA staff includes research faculty with expertise in Asian studies and K-12 education, graduate research assistants, and an undergraduate intern staff. TEA is housed at the University of Colorado at Boulder's Center for Asian Studies. Program for Teaching East Asia projects are currently supported by generous grants from the Freeman Foundation, STARTALK, the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, the United States-Japan Foundation, and the US Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad.

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Announcements and Upcoming Events

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Workshop Programs

2013 - 2014

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NCTA Seminars

2014

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STARTALK 2014

Chinese Language Instruction in the Digital Age: A STARTALK Program on Incorporating Learner-Centered Technology Tools in the Chinese Language Curriculum,
July 20 - 30, 2014

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TEA-NCTA 2014 Summer Institutes

China Summer Institute: Citizens Society & the State, July 7-11, 2014

Teaching Japan through Children's Literature, June 22-26, 2014

"Reading" Japan: Modern History. Informational Texts, and Common Core, July 14-21, 2014