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The Global Exploration for Educators Organization and the Southeast Asia Center are teaming up to take teachers on an educational journey to the Indonesian islands of Bali and Lombok!
Experience the best of Bali and Lombok on this adventure, offering you the perfect combination of guided excursions and free time to explore these fascinating islands at your own pace. We will bring you off the beaten path, where you’ll meet these islands' locals and gain insight into a completely different way of life.
In addition to the local guides arranged by GEEO, you will be accompanied by an academic representative from the University of Washington, who will help you process the experience for your classroom. This program is open to all educators and their guests.
Program Dates: July 25 – August 7, 2015
Program Cost: $1804 USD (airfare not included)
For detailed information and to register, visit: www.geeo.org/tours/BaliLombok/.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
The Vancouver Room, Seattle Times Building
1000 Denny Way, Seattle, WA 98109
The Asia Centers and the Center for Global Studies of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington are proud to present Global Asia: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, its 2015 Newspapers In Education series and workshop. The four-part series, in conjunction with The Seattle Times, includes articles on the vast empires that ruled Asia, the growing economies of the region and insights into what the future holds for this area. Our workshop will include presentations by the series author, Professor Anand Yang of the University of Washington as well as an introduction to the curriculum guide that pairs with the articles by Tese Wintz Neighbor, China specialist.
The cost of registration for the workshop is $30.00, which includes three Washington State clock hours, dinner from Monsoon Restaurant and a curriculum guide. To register for the workshop, please complete our online registration form (link below) by answering the questions AND mailing payment as instructed at the end of this survey. You must register by April 24.
To view curriculum from previous years, please visit http://depts.washington.edu/nie/curriculum.htm
For more information, please contact the Southeast Asia Center at email@example.com
Exploring Asia is a multi-year collaborative project of the Newspapers In Education (NIE) program of The Seattle Times and the University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies Asia and Global Studies outreach centers. Each year NIE and the outreach centers produce a workshop for educators, a newspaper article series by UW and other scholars, and a teaching guide on a topic of importance to understanding contemporary Asia. Click on the images below to view the teaching guide for each unit or click here to view each article within the units individually.
Islam in Southeast Asia is a curricular guide, intended for use by teachers in high schools and of introductory college courses, is one of several Asia Society projects designed to foster the study of Islamic communities in Asia east of Iraq as an important and little-studied part of Asia in history and today. The Education division at the Asia Society has originated these programs not only as part of its general mission to educate Americans about Asia, but also in response to educators’ requests for materials about the history, land, peoples, beliefs and cultures of the majority Muslim areas of Asia, which tend to be poorly resourced and infrequently studied at all levels of American education.
Additional K-12 Teaching and Learning Resources
|Southeast Asia Center|
|University of Washington|
|303 Thomson Hall|
|Seattle, WA 98195|
|(206) 543-9606 tel|
|(206) 685-0668 fax|
|Laurie Sears, Director|
|Rick Bonus, Director of Graduate Studies|
|Sara Van Fleet, Associate Director|
|Tikka Sears, Outreach Coordinator|
|Molly Wilskie-Kala, Program Coordinator|
|Mary Barnes, Program Assistant|
|Linda Cuadra, Graduate Student Assistant|