Geopolitical Japan: Security, Society and Economy
Online / Onsite hybrid
Independent Study: October 14—October 29
In-Person Onsite Session: October 29, 2022, 9 am–3 pm
Free registration with Japan Society for all in-service K-12 teachers; limited space available for non-educators.
This professional development course explores contemporary Japan through asynchronous online video lectures, readings and in-person sessions. Educators are invited to delve into how Japan can be understood within a global context and how “Japan-specific” content can be used to raise awareness of social issues faced by American students. Topics include: Japanese geopolitics; the U.S.-Japan Security alliance with a focus on Okinawa; and the global supply chain and energy interdependence. With the guidance of lead instructors, participants will become equipped to teach about Japan and will create a lesson plan related to the course content utilizing rich primary sources provided. Ten (10) hours of CTLE credit are available for NYC in-service teachers.
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In-Person Sessions @ Japan Society
Saturday, October 29, 9 am–3 pm
10 CTLE credit hours are available through NYC Social Studies Supervisors Association (no fee). A light breakfast and Japanese box lunch will be served during the program.
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