Education & Family

For Students & Educators

For Educators

Japan Society offers many opportunities and resources for teachers to grow their skills in teaching about Japan. These include:

Teacher Workshops pair leading Japan Studies scholars with K-12 teachers to promote learning about Japan and  to create new teaching materials.

Study Tours to Japan
for middle and high school educators take a comprehensive behind-the-scenes look at Japanese culture and education. View summaries of previous Study Tours.

About Japan: A Teacher's Resource
is an online community providing resources, teaching ideas and a discussion forum.

For Students

Students can learn about Japan through our many fun and educational programs, including:

The Japan Society Junior Fellows program fosters a rising cohort of potential leaders with a lifelong interest in and understanding of Japan and the United States through exchanges of small groups of talented students.

Going Global
 International Student Social Networking Project connects American, Japanese and Pakistani Middle and High School students using a safe social networking platform.

Gallery Lessons for pre-k–12 grade classes. Call 212-715-1224 to schedule an interactive tour.

Summer Immersion Program for High School Students creates opportunities for teens to work with leading Japanese artists and Japan specialists on collaborative, theme-based projects including fashion and cuisine. View summaries of previous Immersion Programs.

School Partner Alliance helps selected schools integrate Japan throughout the curriculum by giving students opportunities to explore the arts and culture of Japan through dance, film, theater and the visual arts and by providing special professional development opportunities to their school faculty.

Children can send a message to children affected by the Tohoku Earthquake and its aftermath through our Kids4Japan Facebook page.

Upcoming Student & Educator Programs

    • Japan 1600-1900: From Shogunate to Global Power

      Japan 1600-1900: From Shogunate to Global Power

      Saturday, March 3 — Sunday, May 13

      This 25-hour, five-session professional development course examines historical experiences in Japan during the Tokugawa period (1600-1867) and offers an introduction to the Meiji period (1868-1912), during which Japan underwent a transformation from a relatively isolated, fragmented land to a modern nation central to the development of world events.

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