Application: “Teaching East Asia in Middle and High Schools”
Tuesday, June 22nd, and Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021

The University of Mississippi—Southaven Campus

Please fill out the application and answer the short essay question below. Spaces are limited to twenty teachers for the workshop, so early applications are encouraged. If you have any questions about this form, please contact Jeffrey Melnik at edast@utc.edu or via phone at 423-425-2118.
Name *
Home Street Address *
City and State *
School Name and Address *
Home Phone *
Other Contact Phone *
Email Address *
Alternate Email Address *
Subject and Grade Levels Taught *
Are you an alumni of NCTA or have participated in NCTA programs in the past? *
In the workshop, middle and high school social studies teachers will learn about the geographies, histories, belief systems and economies of China, Japan, the Koreas, and Taiwan, as well as major contemporary international and domestic issues that affect both Asian countries and U.S.-Asia relations. In the space below, please address why you are interested in learning more about two or more of these topics and how you might use what you learn to better educate your students. (Please limit your response to no more than 500 words.) *
If accepted for this professional development program, I agree to complete brief preparatory assignments, attend the Tuesday, June 22nd and Wednesday, June 23rd workshops, as well as a follow-up virtual workshop in the fall (if a schedule conflict occurs with the fall virtual workshop, participants who wish to receive NCTA alumni credit or advanced NCTA certification will be provided a digital alternative). Participants in the two-day workshop will receive complimentary Key Issues in Asian Studies books, and upon completion of the two-day workshop, will receive $150 stipends. Teachers who successfully complete this program will be certified as National Consortium for Teaching About Asia alumni and receive 30 hours of professional development credit, or receive advanced NCTA certification. *
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