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Welcome to English Education
Welcome to the Program in English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Our website will introduce you to the eight different degree tracks that are sponsored by our Program. These tracks cover three different doctoral degree sub-programs and five different masters degree sub-programs. While each of our degree sub-programs overlaps significantly with others, each one also has unique features in the learning opportunities it affords its students and in the students whose needs it serves. No matter which of our sub-programs you consider, you will find that all of them share a number of features that are distinctive to the culture, values, and history of our English Education Program as the oldest and one of America’s most distinguished graduate programs in the Teaching of English at the nation’s first and most venerable Graduate School of Education.
Doctor of Education
Doctor of Education
in College Teaching
Visit Professor Sealey-Ruiz's Class, Teaching English in Diverse Social & Cultural Contexts
Course 5518 examines how gender, class, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation issues may impact learning and teaching in classrooms. It also emphasizes and models culturally responsive teaching. On this particular day, Dr. Sealey-Ruiz, Associate Professor of English Education, and her class discuss the challenges and rewards of teaching adolescent boys of color.
For more about our courses, visit Academics.
Professor Blau on our Summer Intensive M.A Program (InSTEP)
Dr. Blau, Professor of Practice, teaches the InSTEP course Literature and Teaching: An examination of multiple approaches, and in it, students experience, understand and interpret stories on philosophical, practical and aesthetic levels.
For more about InSTEP, visit InSTEP Academics.
Program Director: Bob Fecho
Teachers College, Columbia University
327 Horace Mann Hall
Phone: 212.678.3070 Fax: 212.678.8197