ExEAS: East Asian Societies Teaching Material
ExEAS: East Asian Philosophy, Religion
MIT Visualizing Cultures: A website dedicated to “image-driven scholarship and learning.” Mainly focuses on China and Japan. Some units contain standards-compliant curriculum.
NPR Climate Connections Interactive Map: Takes a look at the effect of climate on people and vice versa.
Puppets on the Move: China and the Silk Road (Lesson Plan)
The Song Dynasty: View life in the Song Dynasty through an interactive scroll
At Home in Japan: Japanese culture and society designed for students preparing to study abroad
Cross Currents: Focuses on similarities between the US and Japan
Contemporary Japanese Society and Culture: Material developed by Theodore Bestor and Helen Hardcore
Imaging Japanese History: Provides five modules for high school educators to look at history through art
Kamishibai for Turbulent Times: This lesson plan uses Kamishibai (a type of street entertainment using picture cards) to explore the 1960s and 70s.
The Korean Enigma: A module on Korean history from NASA’s Classroom of the Future