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Assistant Professor Sandra Okita made Projo, a human-like robot that sometimes makes mistakes, to study how kids learn
In this year's Tisch lecture, Howell Wechsler calls on TC and other schools of education to embrace health as part of their mission
In February, a paper issued from Teachers College's Community College Research Center found that males, black students and students with lower levels of academic preparation experienced "significantly stronger negative coefficients for online learning compared with their counterparts, in terms of both course persistence and course grade."
The College's fifth annual conference on health disparities is highlighted by the launch of a new center and a call for a new paradigm of adapting coping to cultural differences
Using an urban art form to understand "the broken health of a population"
Work by TC's Henry Levin and colleagues is helping to create a new science
An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).
One study found that online students were less likely to pass or graduate than students who took them in the classroom. In a separate study, students who combined remedial with for-credit classes did better than those who did only remedial work.
Thomas Bailey, Jeffrey Henig and Amy Stuart Wells are among 23 scholars selected to be the 2013 Fellows of the American Education Research Association.
New TC Center to Advance Multimedia Health and Science Education to Foster Health Equity and Academic Achievement
Teachers College will launch its new Center for Health Equity and Urban Science Education (CHEUSE) at its fifth annual Health Disparities Conference, March 15-16
TC's Program in Neuroscience and Education (part of the College's Department of Biobehavioral Sciences) has launched a new weekly lecture series on current issues in neuroscience.