Workshops

 
2015
World Wednesdays: Salam! Welcome to Persian Languages
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
2014
Children of Conflict, Children of Peace
 
Resources
Headlines Activity: analyzing world events through lens of the media
 
 

 
2013
Tactile Turkey
 
Resources
Patterns of Turkey: Form, Structure & Meaning [PDF]
- Terri Erickson-Harper, JCCC Graphic Design
 
 

 
2013
World Environment
 
 
 

 
2012
Red Square and the Russian Search for Identity

2011
Music, the Arts, and Migration
 
 
Lesson Plans
Webquesting Around the World: Tuva  [PDF] - Christian Lucy
World Review Acrostics  [PDF] - Dave Olson - Acrostic Sample
Landscape Painting to Music  [PDF] - Heather Olson
The Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (CREES), the Center for Economic Education (CEE), the Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS), and the Center for Global and International Studies (CGIS)
 
 
 
 
 

 
K-16 WORKSHOP
Art, Music and Revolution
February 28, 2009

Spencer Art Museum, Reception Room (room 307)
The workshop addresses the roles that music and visual art play in revolutionary movements throughout the world, particularly in Russia and Eastern Europe, East Asia, Africa and Latin America. The goal is to develop applications of this knowledge in the K-16 classroom. (For full program, click here.)
 

K-12 WORKSHOP
Learning to Negotiate the Peace: International Trade in the 21st Century
Date: Saturday, November 8, 2008

The workshop addresses the ways in which secure trade networks can help establish the basis for economic development, peaceful relations, and a higher level of education.
 

K-16 WORKSHOP
Teaching World Cultures through Animated Movies: A Journey from France and Russia to Japan
November 10, 2007

This workshop is a great opportunity to learn new and innovative ways to teach history, geography, culture and arts through modern movie artists' work.
 

K-12 WORKSHOP
On The Air: Host your own Interactive Learning Show!
November 11, 2006


This workshop is a great opportunity to learn how to combine foreign languages, creative writing, and fine arts with social studies
 

K-12 WORKSHOP
800th Anniversary of the Founding of the Mongol Empire
Mongols: Forging a bridge of trade and knowledge between Asia and Europe
April 8th, 2006
 
 

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