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The Department of Arts & Humanities welcomes you to Teachers College, Columbia University.
The department, which encompasses nine academic programs, views the study of education as broad and vital. Here, intellectual and creative ideas and practices extend beyond the traditional concerns of schooling. Thus, each program shares a concern with the learner's construction of knowledge, the art and methods of teaching, the realities of the contemporary classroom, the relationship of schools to their communities, and the underlying philosophies of school reform.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Teachers College welcomed Associate Professor of English and Linguistics Rebekah Rast from The American University of Paris, France on December 16, 2015. Professor Rast arrived to a crowded reception of Applied Linguistics and TESOL students eager to hear emerging findings from one of the pioneers of language acquisition at first exposure.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Jennifer Ammenti, who will graduate this spring with an Ed.M. in History and Education, sought out Teachers College in part because of her desire to learn about education through a historical lens. As a former elementary school teacher and school librarian, Ammenti loved teaching history, but as she puts it, wishes she could go back and teach her students to be historians rather than just teach them history.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
The Art & Art Education Program at TC is pleased to announce a Community Printmaking Program beginning this summer. As a non-credit program, it is open to students, faculty and the general public. The program offers the opportunity to use their professional printmaking studio, which includes printing presses and equipment for etching, stone and plate lithography, relief-printing, and silkscreen.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
District Administration online featured a story about TC's Global Competence Certificate Program, an online, graduate-level certificate program for educators which addresses a critical need faced by schools and educators to prepare students with the real-world skills they need to succeed in a world that is more interconnected and interdependent than ever before.
Monday, April 13, 2015
Philosophy and Education alumni Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, S.J., Ph.D. (2012) was recently named as the new President of Creighton University. In the following interview with Timothy Ignaffo, Philosophy and Education PhD student, he characterizes his views on philosophy, the role of a university president, and the Jesuit leadership of Pope Francis.