Top Ten Things to Know about East Asia in the 21st Century
This new “Top Ten” video series begins with 7 programs on the Top Ten Things to Know about East Asia in the 21st Century. The video series is an efficient way to gain essential information about this most important world area directly from area experts at Columbia University. Each program runs 40 to 60 minutes and delivers content and context on East Asia today. Once a video is released it stays active on the website – so you can view on your own time. View one program or the entire series and deepen your understanding of current world events while also accessing new classroom material. Professional development hours also available.
Japanese Society – with Theodore C. Bestor
Asian in American History – with Mae Ngai
Human Rights in China – with Andrew J. Nathan
China in the World Today – with Andrew J. Nathan
Korea Today – with Charles Armstrong
Japan in the 21st Century – with Carol Gluck
China in the 21st Century – with Lu Xiaobo
Vietnam Today – with Duncan McCargo
Tibetan Civilization – with Gray Tuttle
Tibet Today– with Robert Barnett
Japan’s Place in the World Today – with Gerald L. Curtis
How to Participate – View online video presentations any time after their stated release dates. Access to videos is completely free of charge, but educators must sign in or register on the program site www.asiaforeducators.org. Starting on each date listed, the presentations will remain available to view or screen.
2 professional development hours are available for viewing each video presentation and may be applied towards eligibility for NCTA study tours. See directions on the site for earning professional development hours.