|“The Southern Center
for International Studies’ … wonderful outreach
efforts have enriched the international educations of students
in high schools and colleges and universities throughout our
country. It is so important for the next generation of America’s
leaders to understand America’s role in the world ...”
Colin Powell, U.S. Secretary of State
Asked Questions About The World In Transition
The World in Transition?
Who has supported The World
How are The World in Transition
Are The World in Transition
materials linked to national and state social studies standards?
Who uses The World in Transition?
Are there evaluations of The
World in Transition?
What are people saying?
Frequently Asked Questions About
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Why focus on teachers?
How does the flagship program work?
For more information on the WACA-WIT
flagship program, contact
by e-mail or phone 404-261-5763. For the latest information
about this program, you may also download the following Flagship Program newsletters:
WACA/WIT Newsletter Vol. 4 - Winter 2007 (in PDF format)
WACA/WIT Newsletter Vol. 3 - Summer 2005 (in PDF format)
WACA/WIT Newsletter Vol. 2 - Spring 2005 (in PDF format)
WACA/WIT Newsletter Vol. 1 - Winter 2004 (in PDF format)
At the Oregon workshop held August
18-19, 2004, June Bryant leads Oregon teachers in an interactive
activity using East Asia in Transition.
Teachers at the train-the-trainer
workshop in Hawaii, October 8-9, 2005, participate in a human
In Pittsburgh at the October 29-30,
2004 train-the-trainer workshop, Dale Tyree leads the teachers
through the World in Transition materials, teaching them pedagogical
strategies that they can use in the classrooms.
At the Dallas train-the-trainer workshop,
November 12-13, 2004, after viewing discussion with former secretaries
of defense, participants place the secretaries on a Likert scale.