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PROGRAM TO ADVANCE CULTURAL EDUCATION (PACE)
The 9th Annual Korean History & Culture Summer Institute
All IUSD educators are invited to attend a 3-day program to advance the understanding of Korean history, culture, and its influence on education and learning in Irvine. This annual event has impacted countless students and educators across IUSD.
2015 Dates: July 28th, 29th, and 30th*
Time: 11:30 am - 5:00 pm each day
Location: Lakeside Middle School
3 Lemongrass, Irvine, CA 92604
PACE PROGRAM (program to Advance Cultural Education)안내
PACE PROGRAM 은 어바인 통합교육구 내의 선생님들께 한국을 알리고, 한인 학생들에 대한 이해를 돕기 위해 IKPA와 어바인 공립학교재단 ( IPSF ), 그리고 California State University, Fullerton이 주축이 되어 시행되고 있습니다. 2006년에 첫 프로그램이 시작되어, 매해 여름 20분의 선생님들을 대상으로 한국의 역사와 전통, 문화 그리고 현재 한국의 발전된 모습등을 내용으로 3일동안 심도있게 진행됩니다.
또한 한인학생들과 학부모님들도 패널의 역할로 프로그램에 참가하여 선생님들과의 토론의 시간을 통해 한국와 미국간의 교육환경과 문화적차이를 이해하고 소통하는 기회도 제공하고 있습니다.
참여하신 선생님들의 프로그램 이해도와 호응이 뛰어나 매해 지원하시는 선생님들이 많고, 대기리스트가 있을 정도로 성황리에 진행되고 있습니다.
올해로 9번째를 맞는 PACE 프로그램은 7월 28일부터 30일까지 Lakeside Middle School 에서 PACE Program 이 진행됩니다.
PACE Program is organized by IKPA, IPSF (Irvine Public Schools Foundation), and California State University, Fullerton, to raise awareness of Korean culture among the teachers in the Irvine Unified School District, in order to better understand the Korean students. Since its beginning in 2006, every summer, for 3 days, 20 teachers learn about Korea’s history, traditions, culture, and the modern society.
Also, Korean students and parents participate as panels to better understand the differences in education system and the culture between the United States and Korea and to communicate with the teachers through discussion.
IPSF Website presents ;
IPSF’s Program to Advance Cultural Education (PACE) provides experiential learning opportunities for educators in IUSD to deepen their understanding of Irvine’s many cultures. Offered as a 3 day workshop to IUSD educators during the summer, PACE participants attend sessions on the history and culture of the selected country, as well as offering facilitated discussions among educators, parents and students.
PACE is offered with the support of Fullerton International Resources for Students and Teachers (FIRST) at California State University, Fullerton. IPSF has proudly partnered with Irvine Korean Parents Association (IKPA) to offer sessions on the Korean culture, as well as with the Khayam Persian School Foundation to share the Persian culture and we are hoping to expand this program to offer workshops in additional cultures. In 2014, we will once again offer PACE Korea in partnership with IKPA from July 28-30