Teaching about Korea: New York City, 2019

Join World History methods experts and Asia scholars to learn more about Korea’s rich history. Participants will explore best practices in world history pedagogy as well as new teaching modules on Korea that are perfect for the AP World classroom or any world history course.

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Saturday, May 4th
8:30AM – 4:00PM


The conference is open to 6-12 Social Studies teachers and curriculum specialists.


Smithsonian National Museum of the Native American
1 Bowling Green
New York, NY 100004


Thanks to the generous support of the Korea Foundation, there is only a $35 registration fee for the conference, lunch and transportation stipend.

  • Participants will receive $250 travel stipend for miscellaneous expenses such as hotel, taxi and parking.  No receipts are needed to receive this stipend.
  • Your registration fee is non-refundable.  Please inform us ASAP if you need to cancel.  Any registrant who does not cancel and is a no-show will be invoiced a $150 charge to cover the cost of their slot.


Lunch is provided

Dress Code

The dress code is business casual.

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Generously supported by the Korea Foundation.


Co-sponsored by the New York State Council of the Social Studies.