Press Room: Curriculum
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From June 29th to July 2nd, Teachers College will host a special four-day social studies course, "Vietnam Now," which will include never-before-broadcast footage from the 1981 WGBH series "Vietnam: A Television History," and live talks by a large cast of experts, including 1960s cultural historian Todd Gitlin and Vietnam War historian Charles Armstrong.
TC Professors Crocco and Gaudelli are leading the design of a new multimedia curriculum called "Vietnam Now," which is based on footage from a 13-part documentary on Vietnam that aired on public television during the 1980s.
A joint coaching program with Columbia for corporate executives reflects the new direction at CEO&I
The Summer Principals Academy develops communication skills and empathy in educational leaders by tapping their creativity and imagination and through intensive self-awareness training. During a six-week summer session last summer, participants visited the Metropoliatan Museum of Art.
Fifteen years ago, when Reinaldo Barroso-Spech first started tracking down films about Africa and the African Diaspora, it was to use them as a tool to interest his public school students in learning foreign languages. It wasn't long, however, before he realized that adults were eager to watch the films.
On Thursday, September 6th, TC launched "Teaching The Levees: A Curriculum for Democratic Dialogue and Civic Engagement," a 100-page teaching tool developed by TC faculty, students, staff and alumni. The curriculum is cued to the four-hour HBO documentary by Spike Lee, "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Act," which captures firsthand the plight of New Orleans and its people during and after Hurricane Katrina.
On Thursday, September 6th, TC will celebrate the launch of the curriculum created by its faculty, staff and students for use with Spike Lee's HBO documentary, When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts.
As a former elementary school teacher, Jean-Anne O'Neill is tired of waiting around for education to reform itself. Technology is the key to improvement, she says-'"not merely a potential amplifier for what already exists, but a tool that can radically change what teachers and students do in schools and how they do it.
A new online Masters degree program in Computing and Education will be offered for the first time this coming fall through a collaboration between TC's Department of Math, Science and Technology, Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC) and Center for Educational Outreach and Innovation (CEO&I).
For anyone ever "sent downstairs" as a kid to tremble before the majesty of the throne, the group of future school leaders that Craig Richards was leading through exercises in Milbank Chapel one hot July morning last summer looked decidedly un-principal-like.
"Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it." - George Santayana The power of Spike Lee's four-hour HBO documentary, When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts, is not simply its kaleidoscopic rendering of Hurricane Katrina and the enormity of its ongoing impact. The film also painfully captures the sense of Santayana's words, leaving viewers to ask: How could this happen in the richest nation in the world? What should we learn from this? What do we need to do differently next time?