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Outreach

Educational Outreach

Educational Outreach is a key component of the Center's agenda. Our staff, faculty and associates are eager to bring their expertise on China, Korea and Japan to K-12 schools, colleges, junior colleges, government agencies, community groups, and businesses in Kansas and Missouri. From classroom visits to public lectures to professional development workshops for teachers, the Center Outreach program has something for everyone with any interest in East Asian culture, language, and customs.

For more information on how you can take advantage of what the Center has to offer you, check our homepage for the calendar of upcoming events or contact Randi Hacker, CEAS Outreach Coordinator, rhacker@ku.edu , (785) 864-3832. Randi is standing by to help you bring an East Asian component to your events and classrooms.

 

Center services for teachers

Take a look at our culture trunks, a hands-on way to teach about East Asian culture in your classroom.

 

Spotlight on Center outreach

The Center's Postcards from Asia series was featured in the June 2013 IFLE newsletter published by the U.S. Department of Education.

Outreach World News

Kansas and Missouri Teachers Make the East Asian Connection

David and Steve's Excellent East Asia Adventure
 

Resources & Links for K–12 Educators

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Japanese Literature for the Elementary Classroom

An annotated bibliography compiled and edited by the Educational Outreach Department of the Japan Society available in

Japanese Literature for the High School Classroom

An annotated bibliography compiled and edited by the Educational Outreach Department of the Japan Society available in

 


 
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Apply for FLAS Scholarships!

FLAS (Foreign Language & Area Studies) Fellowships are available through CEAS for the study of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Tibetan, and Uyghur. Learn more at Deadline for application is February 15. Find more information at http://flas.ku.edu/. 

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