NCTA/ Georgetown Asia Days Professional Development Seminar


ASIA DAYS 2013 - 2014
National Consortium for Teaching About Asia (NCTA) Professional Development Seminar for K-14 Teachers

This Fall/ Winter, Georgetown University's East Asia National Resource Center will be hosting a NCTA professional development seminar, “Asia Days 2013 – 2014,” for K-14 teachers interested in expanding their knowledge and educational resources on East Asia. Seminar sessions will be held every other Saturday from 9AM – 12PM on Georgetown’s main campus in Washington, D.C. starting from September 28, 2013.

Participants who complete the seminar’s requirements will receive the following benefits:

-Certificate for 36 hours (3.6 CEUs) of professional development*
-$100 worth of teaching materials for their school
-$200 stipend at the completion of all coursework
-Eligibility to participate in study tours and a variety of in-country experiences in East Asia during the summer

*Due to the differing school district requirements for teaching license renewal/recertification, it is highly recommended that participants seek professional development pre-approval for this seminar from their schools’ principals and/or district administrators.

See the NCTA Seminar flyer for more details, including the seminar schedule, topics, and requirements.
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Application now available at http://www.eastasianrc.org/professional-development/

Application Deadline: September 13, 2013

For more information, contact Kat Harrington, krh45@georgetown.edu, or visit http://www.eastasianrc.org/professional-development/

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