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AFESC-Centering Southeast Asia: Teaching Modern Vietnam [Grades 5 - 12]-VIRTUAL/HYBRID

This hybrid workshop (featuring 3 hours of synchronous instruction over zoom and 3 hours of exploration and lesson planning activities via Google classroom) introduces teachers to the history, culture, and politics of colonial Vietnam, offering essential context, classroom-ready teaching materials, and thought provoking lesson plans that engage popular topics like colonialism and the Vietnam War from perspectives within Southeast Asia. Drawing on experts in Southeast Asian and American history, the workshop will connect teachers to important collections of primary sources and is intended for Grade 6 - 12 teachers in geography, world history, world literature, and civics courses.


Dr. Laurie Dickmeyer, Angelo State University

Dr. Mike Rattanasengchanh, Midwestern State University

Important Session Information:


  • Six Hours of Continuing Education Credit
  • Access to online archives and primary source documents for teaching Vietnamese history, culture, and politics
  • Complimentary books from NCTA’s Award-Winning Library, shipped to your preferred address
  • Priority Registration for Future NCTA Programs
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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
13 / 20
Contact Person:
Dr. Julie Workman
Dr. Zach Smith - UCA
5, 6-12
Date Time Location
6/16/2023 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative - Other - Digital Session 2

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