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Edweek reports that Lin's study found that learning about the struggles of famous scientists improves students' science learning.
The Global Learning Alliance conference will explore best approaches to 21st century teaching and learning.
In a new policy brief, Amy Stuart Wells writes that so-called "colorblind" educational policies work against diverse public schools.
A team led by Professor Jeffrey Henig secured funds from The Wallace Foundation to study how urban community institutions can work together on social and educational challenges.
TC's Neurocognition & Language lab gives doctoral students a platform to pursue their own research interests.
TC's newly renovated Neurocognition of Language lab ensures that everyone gets heard
At a UN-Sponsored Forum, the Associate Professor of Social Studies said global citizenship must be taught in the modern world.
A TC gathering affirms that psychoanalysis is alive and relevant in the age of Nikeism
Ryan Baker believes that mining data from MOOCs and other online environments can answer the question: What makes students tune in?
Language — and not only words, but the way people use them — was the focus for a global community of scholars who gathered at TC this past fall.