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Browne, John
Arts & Humanities

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Educational Background

B.A., Manhattan College, magna cum laude; M.A., New York University, NY


Selected Publications

 “Colleagues” and “Unfinished Dreams,” New York City Writing Project, Lehman College.  

An Introduction to James Joyce, Telelearning, San Francisco, California.
John Browne has 32 years of teaching experience in the public junior high and high schools of New York City. In addition, he has taught in the LaGuardia Community College evening session for 15 years. John was selected in 1993 as Outstanding Adjunct in the English Department at LaGuardia, and he received in 1998 an Educator of Excellence Award from the New York State English Council for his work in the secondary schools. John is thrilled to be at TC and currently teaches the Teaching of Reading and the Teaching of Shakespeare. As well, he is a coordinator of the student teaching program. He is particularly interested in linking the theoretical with current classroom methods.
Teachers College-Outstanding Teaching Award, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Manhattan High Schools Teacher of the Year Award, 1999

Educator of Excellence, New York State English Council, 1998

A+ Teacher, The Art and Design Palette, 1998

Outstanding English Adjunct, LaGuardia Community College, 1993

Teacher Appreciation Award, Manhattan High Schools District, 1990

Teacher of the Year, High School of Art and Design, 1985
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Understanding by Design Conference, Boston, Summer 2002


Shakespeare in Performance, MacMaster University, Summer 2003


Playing Shakespeare, University of Virginia, Summer 2004


Camp Shakespeare, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Summer, 2006


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