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The East Asian Studies Center at The Ohio State University is pleased to offer the following free professional development opportunity open to Ohio educators (teachers, administrators, librarians, other) about East Asia on the OSU campus.  Feel free to pass along to anyone you think might be interested, thank you.

  •          June 10-14, 2019: 9:00 am5:00 pmTeaching about East Asia” (30 contact hours, can apply for 2.0 graduate hours)



“East Asia: A Seminar for Ohio K-12 Educators” with Prof. Ann Marie Davis, OSU

Who: K-12 Ohio educators (pre-service and in-service teachers, librarians, administrators)

Where: The Ohio State University, Columbus campus


When: Monday, June 10 – Friday, June 14, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


Lunch and parking tokens provided daily; on-campus housing provided free of charge upon request. Stipend and resource material upon completion of seminar requirements.

What: Introduction to East Asia to gain the knowledge, resources, and expert guidance needed to incorporate or enhance curriculum about East Asia in the classroom. 

RSVP: Applications accepted until May 1, 2019 (or when filled) online link at the website below

globalEDGE: Your Source For Global Business Knowledge

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NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows:  2019-South Africa

The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship increases access to global training and experiences by providing global education professional development opportunities for K-12 public school educators.

The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship offers public school educators 12 months of professional development. The NEA Foundation staff, partners, and field experts support Global Learning Fellows as they participate in online coursework, webinars, and peer learning communities, including a two-day professional development workshop in Washington, DC.

The U.S. Department of State Bureau  Educational and Cultural Affairs

Fullbright-Hays Seminars Abroad

Program Description

The program provides short-term study and travel seminars abroad for U.S. educators in the social sciences and humanities for the purpose of improving their understanding and knowledge of the peoples and cultures of other countries. Support is generally made available through interagency agreements. The Department of Education transfers funds through the State Department to Fulbright commissions in various countries to pay the costs associated with administering seminars. This partnership allows the program to use the services and expertise of binational organizations to plan and conduct seminars for U.S. educators.

GEEO Discounted teacher travel with educational programs

GEEO does the following:

  1. Establishes long-term relationships in the education community as a well-known, trusted organization that provides opportunities for teachers to travel.

  2. Provides a long-term, worldwide educational resource for teachers wishing to broaden their global perspectives and relationships.

  3. Partners with other NGOs and Univeristies on mutually reinforcing projects and programs.

  4. Offers teachers incentives to travel internationally that include professional development credits, graduate credits as well as grants and scholarship subsidies for the cost of travel.

  5. Makes goodwill ambassadors out of teachers by enabling cross-cultural experiences.

  6. Ensures that teachers share the excitement and knowledge gained from their travel with tested curricula.

  7. Encourages teachers to educate their students about the opportunities to study and travel abroad while attending university, during their summer vacations, or before entering college.

  8. Helps the next generation of youth become more outward-looking and dedicated to improving the world around them.

19 Global YA Novels for Your Class Library


A helpful blog by Megan Kelly, a teacher. This blog aims at providing helpful guides to books set in a more global setting which can help students be globally aware. These books stray away from the traditional western world to view more of the world as a whole in a classroom environment which can expand the minds of students and create a more enriching curriculum for your students! Click the link for more information! 

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