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K-16 Educators Programs & Resources

Asian Language Teacher Workshops

We offer annual workshops for four Asian language (Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean) to local and national K-16 educators. 

Collaborations with College of Education

Global Education Cohort Program

We work with the Global Education Cohort Program (GECP) to incorporate more Asia content into the course curricula and provide more learning experiences for GECP students to learn about Asia. 

Global Children’s Literature Teacher Fellowship

We collaborate with MSU College of Education, the African Studies Center, and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) to offer a Global Children’s Literature Teacher Fellowship program. This program will provide content and pedagogical knowledge training to K-12 teachers about how to select and use global children’s literature in their classrooms. Call for applications will be released soon!

Lesson plans and resources will be shared.

Community-based Heritage Language School

We work with the College of Education faculty in providing Asian languages to heritage language speakers in the local community.

Online Chinese Program

We collaborate College of Education and Michigan Virtual to offer a total of nine levels of credit-bearing online Chinese courses to secondary-level students in the U.S. Details about the course offerings can be found here.  

Collaborations with National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA)

We collaborate with NCTA at the University of Pittsburg on K-12 teacher workshops focusing on teaching about Asia.

Resources will be shared.

Global DEI through Art Project

We collaborate with MSU Broad Art Museum and offer a teacher fellowship program that brings together classroom teachers with a team of MSU faculty and museum educators to connect local and global ideas through art.

Projects and resources will be shared.

Global Graphic Novel Project

We collaborate with the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Michigan and will offer a series of programs and workshops for K-12 teachers focusing on teaching about Asia using graphic novels. 

Upcoming Programs


2023 Global Children’s Literature Teacher Fellowship program

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2023 Global Children’s Literature Teacher Fellowship program
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Location: International Center
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MSU Broad Art Museum Teacher Fellowship: Global DEI Through Art
Date: Thursday, 23 Feb 2023
Time: Room 102
Location: International Center
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2023 Global Children’s Literature Teacher Fellowship program

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