NCTA Class Apps     NCTA Class Apps

Class Apps is an NCTA resource sponsored by the NCTA National Coordinating Site at TEA. Each “App” focuses on a timely topic or “best practice” presented by an NCTA consulting scholar, seminar leader, teacher alum, or author. How can you use the videos?

  • Take a “quick course” on a current topic you can integrate into your teaching
  • Choose a video to show in class
  • See how NCTA alumni are using new resources successfully
  • Hear what authors have to say about using their new books in the classroom

Click below for the “Recommended Resources” pages for the following Class Apps:

China’s Millennials: The Want Generation by Eric Fish
The Constitution at 70 by Ethan Segal
        The Honobono Family Asks, “What Are Constitutional Revisions?”
        Embracing Democracy, Popularizing Democratic Values Lesson Plan

Cultural Appreciation or Appropriation? by Melanie King 
Korea Goes Global by Tony Robinson
Learning to Read Japanese Paintings: An Art Historian’s Perspective by Carla Stansifer
Learning to Read Japanese Paintings: A Social Studies Perspective by Mary Hammond Bernson
Learning to Read Japanese Paintings: Using Artwork as an Entry Point for Japanese Literature by Sarah Campbell
Milestones in K-12 Japan Studies by Linda S. Wojtan
“Reading” South Korea through Literature and Popular Culture by Dafna Zur
Using Samurai to Teach Critical Thinking by Ethan Segal

New titles are added to the Class Apps each semester. Check out the full menu of titles at NCTA Class Apps on the NCTA national website.