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Announcing the Honorees of SPICE’s 2019–20 Regional Programs in Japan

June 2020

Since 2016, SPICE has offered regional online courses to top high school students in Japan. The first regional course was offered to high school students in Tottori Prefecture.

Bringing UNSDGs and Entrepreneurship into Oita’s Virtual Classroom

May 2020

The following is Part 2 of a two-article series on Stanford e-Oita. For Part 1, please go here. Stanford e-Oita is an online course for high school students in Oita Prefecture in the southwestern...

China Scholars Program Online Course Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2020

May 2020

Applications are open for the China Scholars Program, an intensive, college-level online course on contemporary China for U.S. high school students.

Bridging “Social Distancing” Across the Pacific: Student Reflections on Cross-Cultural Online Exchange

May 2020

The following is Part 2 of a two-article series on facilitating cross-cultural online learning.

Stanford e-Oita: Distance Learning Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

April 2020

The following is Part 1 of a two-article series.

SPICE Releases New Lesson Plans for PBS Documentary “The Chinese Exclusion Act”

April 2020

During this time of intense public debate on immigration, SPICE has partnered with PBS and the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) to encourage teachers to share the American Experience film,...

Bridging “Social Distancing” Across the Pacific: 6 Tips for Facilitating Cross-Cultural Online Learning

April 2020

The following is Part 1 of a two-article series on facilitating cross-cultural online learning.COVID-19 has now extended into most communities around the world, and we are only just beginning to...

Winners Announced for the Fall 2019 Stanford e-Japan Award

March 2020

Stanford e-Japan is an online course that teaches Japanese high school students about U.S. society and culture and U.S.–Japan relations. The course introduces students to both U.S.

Stanford e-Kawasaki: Arches and Pillars of Support During an Unstable Time

March 2020

Following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, I recall being astounded that the iconic arches and pillars of Stanford University—though damaged—didn’t collapse or fall during the powerful earthquake....

Waseda University and Stanford University: From 1905 to 2020 and Beyond

March 2020

With the start of baseball season, a fun fact to note is that on April 16, 1905, the Tokyo-based Waseda University baseball team played the Stanford baseball team in California.

The Education Partnership for Internationalizing Curriculum: Reflections on Collaborating with Community College Educators

March 2020

A primary goal of SPICE is to support educators who wish to infuse their teaching with global perspectives.

Spring 2020 Session of Stanford e-Japan Online Course Begins

February 2020

The Stanford University Scholars Program for Japanese High School Students or “Stanford e-Japan” is an online course sponsored by the Yanai Tadashi Foundation and the Stanford Program on...

SPICE/Stanford and Hiroshima

February 2020

In 2019, SPICE established two new online courses for students in Hiroshima—one for MBA students and one for high school students.

Stanford-Hiroshima Collaborative Program on Entrepreneurship: Reflections

February 2020

Last fall, SPICE provided me an opportunity to design and organize its first post-collegiate online course.

Stanford e-Kawasaki: The Vision of Mayor Norihiko Fukuda

January 2020

When I first visited Kawasaki City, I was immediately struck by the multicolored character for 川or “kawa” (river) in the Chinese characters for川崎 (Kawasaki) that appears on signs, buildings,...

Shinnenkai: A New Year Gathering

January 2020

On a recent Friday afternoon at Stanford, the weather reminded me of some crisp yet clear winter days in Japan.

Winners Announced for the Spring 2019 Stanford e-Japan Award

January 2020

Stanford e-Japan is an online course that teaches Japanese high school students about U.S. society and culture and U.S.–Japan relations. The course introduces students to both U.S.

SPICE Webinar: Culturally and Experientially Responsive Pedagogy

January 2020

This webinar was made possible through the Freeman Foundation’s support of the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA), a multi-year initiative to encourage and facilitate teaching and...

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