In "Mini Moments with Big Thinkers," leading figures in Teachers College's history discuss groundbreaking ideas, research and initiatives born at the College during the past half-century. The Mini Moments are drawn from the College’s Oral History Project, a collection of more than 90 videotaped interviews conducted by Melanie Shorin and Jessica Wiederhorn, the principals of The Narrative Trust, a private firm that conducts and captures the oral histories of institutions, communities and individuals. Produced in conjunction with TC’s Department of Development and External Affairs, the Mini-Moments are airing throughout 2013.
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Mini Moments With Big Thinkers
Professor Emeritus Edmund Gordon
Edmund W. Gordon Jr. is TC's Richard March Hoe Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Education, and founder of the College's Institute for Urban and Minority Education. During his many years of teaching at TC, he served on the faculty of the College's program in Clinical Psychology. To learn more about Professor Gordon, read:
- Studying Race, Privilege and Intellectual Levels (New York Times)
- For New York Schools, a $5.6 Billion Question; Beyond The Classroom (opinion piece by Professor Gordon, New York Times)
- Always Agitating -- But Never Agitated (Teachers College Website)