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The National Consortium for Teaching About Asia

 

East Asia: Ancient Cultures & Global Economies

Fall 2013 Seminar Program Application (September 14 - December 21)

Applications are due by September 6, 2013. Applications received after that date will be held unless openings remain.

Name:
 
Home Address:
   
City: State:
   
Zip:
 
Home Telephone Number:
 
School Name:
 
School Address:
 
City: State:
 
Zip:
 
 
E-mail Address:
 

Subject/s and Grade Level/s You Teach:

 
 
Please respond to the following questions (1-2 paragraphs per topic):
Briefly describe your educational background. Have you participated in a previous NCTA seminar program? If so, when? (It is assumed that participants will not have an extensive background in East Asian studies.)
 
Describe the course/s you teach and the characteristics of your students.
 
Where and how do you see the seminar materials fitting into your classroom instruction?
 
What do you hope to gain from your participation in the seminar program?
 

Mail, e-mail or fax a signed Letter of Support from your principal or assistant principal, expressing the school’s commitment to your participation and to the inclusion of East Asia in the curriculum.

Return this Application and Letter of Support by September 6, 2013.

NCTA Seminar Program
Center for History Education
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
707 Administration Building
1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250

Fax: 410-455-1045 • Voice: 410-455-2046
E-mail: che@umbc.edu or caspringer@comcast.net

 

 


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