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NCTA Day At Boston Children's Museum
Join us for an interactive workshop at the Boston Children's Museum on Saturday, March 7. For details click here.
On the 4th Anniversary of the 3.11 Tohoku Disaster, join us for the screening of the documentary Tohoku Tomo. Free and open to the public. At Smith, Mar. 9; UMass, Mar. 11; MHC, Mar. 12.
FCCEAS Upcoming Webinar
The Great Wave of Hokusai and the Great Wave of 3-11: Japanese Artists’ Responses to Nature with Willamarie Moore, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, April 15, 2015, 7:00-8:00pm EDT.
Muslims in China: A Conversation with Prof. Jonathan Lipman
Professor Lipman of Mt. Holyoke College is retiring and moving to the West Coast at the end of this academic year. Join us for this last chance to tap into his vast store of knowledge on April 11, 9:30-11:30am, Amherst College. For details and to register, Muslims in China.
2015 Japan Study Tour
FCCEAS is conducting a study tour to Japan in summer 2015 for NCTA alumni from any U.S. state. The goal of this study tour is to learn about peace education in Japan and to use the knowledge acquired to develop implementation strategies for use in U.S. schools. No longer accepting applications. For more information, please see the 2015 study tour webpage.
Enjoy these iBooks, digital lessons by FCCEAS Japan Study Tour participants.
Japanese Tea Ceremony
FCCEAS announces a new website: The Way of Tea, the Japanese Tea Ceremony in videos, photos, and words. Filmed at Wa-Shin-An Tea House, Mount Holyoke College, this digital project was created by Yuko Eguchi for FCCEAS with funding from the Freeman Foundation for the National Consortium for Teaching About Asia.
2013 Study Tour Classroom Implementation Plans
Peace Education in Japan and the U.S.: Curricula for U.S. Classrooms, created by the 2013 Japan study tour participants.