• Learn about Korean history and culture from prominent scholars
  • Experience delicious traditional foods, music & performances
  • Learn how the new History-Social Science Framework includes Korean history, culture, and Korean American history
  • Receive free books, DVDs, K-12 standards-based lessons and PowerPoint lectures
  • Network with educators from all over the country
    View films that can be shared with all your students
  • Teaching opportunities in Korea
  • Deepen your understanding of Korean American students and their families

One Salary Points available to LAUSD teachers.

 

 

 

Seminars are limited to only 60 educators so we may better serve you! Out of town/state educators may apply for our Fellowship Program to cover travel and hotel costs.

Contact: Daniel Lee at danielleekafe@gmail.com

Where: The Beautiful USC Campus

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Included: (For out of town and state educators, travel, hotel and meals included.)

Download Application Forms to Register:

[LA Based Educators Apply Here]

[Out of Town Educators Apply Here]

 

 
What teachers are sayingvideo
     
 

"This was among the VERY BEST professional training I've ever done. Literally, B.R.A.V.O. I've learned more about Korea in 5 days than in a lifetime and studying about East Asia." (Richard Sasso, Northlake, IL, High School English Teacher)

I love the blend of academic and cultural experiences. As a school administrator, all of these experiences will help we positively interact with students." (Erin Murphy, Evanston, IL, Middle School Principal)

Thank you for your wonderful planning for the days' events. Everything was informative and engaging!" (Danielle Camino, Lyndhurst, OH, High School Art Teacher)


I can't begin to describe the emotions that welled up in me when Helie spoke. Her story really constructed a framework for all that we have learned at KAFE." (Mona Al-Hayani, Maumee, OH, High School History Teacher)


I really appreciate the variety and the thoughtfulness of the presentations and selections!" (Phyllis Humphrey, Saunderstown, RI, Middle School Information Technology Teacher)


The resources offered are amazing and perfect for my job working with gifted children. I often have to devise lessons to meet the educational needs of the students. These may change from year to year. The wealth of resources offered is invaluable. My initial concern was that Korea is not addressed in our geography course and I know I can offer them information and experiences in my weekly pull-out groups to cover this deficit.” (Julia Swallow, Redfield, IA, Elementary & Middle School Gifted Teacher)


The vast array of resources given to us in 2 days is overwhelming (in a good way). These resources will allow me to quickly and seamlessly integrate them into my lessons. Thanks for a great day!" (Mona Al-Hayani, Maumee, OH, High School History Teacher)


This has been one of the best workshops I’ve been to. It was totally worth giving up a Saturday for." (Anonymous)