October 02, 2020 - October 30, 2020
Overall program dates: November 2020 – July 2021
Eligibility: Public high school teachers on Oahu
Format: Four online seminars with Stanford scholars (November 2020 – May 2021) and an in-person summer institute in Honolulu (July 2021)
Apply now to participate in the 2020–2021 Stanford/SPICE East Asia Seminars for Teachers in Hawaii (“Stanford SEAS Hawaii”), a new nine-month professional development opportunity for Hawaii teachers. The inaugural 2020–21 program is open to public high school teachers on the island of Oahu.
Stanford SEAS Hawaii is a teacher professional development opportunity for educators who wish to enhance their teaching of East Asia. Offered by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) with the generous support of the Freeman Foundation, Stanford SEAS Hawaii will select 20 teachers to participate in a nine-month fellowship from November 2020 to July 2021. Selected teachers—Stanford/Freeman SEAS Hawaii Fellows—will build their content knowledge of East Asia by learning from a mix of experts based at both Stanford University and local institutions. Fellows will also receive extensive curricula, teaching resources, and training from SPICE to support their teaching of East Asia in the high school classroom.
The 2020–21 program will consist of two parts:
Participant benefits include:
* Please note that SPICE is unable to sponsor transportation and accommodation costs for this summer institute.