This course is designed for K-12 educators interested in learning and teaching about China. Through first-hand experience, participants study Chinese economic, political, and historical, religion, and educational aspects of culture. Workshops and field trips to schools, historical, business and cultural sites are integrated for an understanding of Chinese society. Readings and one planning session are required prior to the course. Curriculum design and instruction on China are required upon return to Vermont.
William Williams () and James Avery ()
Dates: 6/21-8/1/2014; One pre-trip meeting on June 7th in Mann Hall, time TBD. In China, June 21-July 12, 2014; there will be instruction and field trips on a daily basis as well as periodic feedback sessions. Session for review of and w work on curriculum design after return to VT. Mann Hall for the on campus sessions, and the various sites in China are Beijing, Kun ming, Jinan, Qufu; Prereq: Practicing educator currently employed in Vermont; Instructor permission required; Approved Ed Contract Course, Check the Tuition/Fee Waiver box/CT for Contract course/Keep in Pending until notified to activate
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