Virtual Reality, Tangible Benefits: C.J. Reilly III
June 21, 2018
“Macadamia nuts are much sought after, but you need really high-quality product to compete on the world market,” says C.J. Reilly III, who received his M.A. in Art & Art Education in May. “They have to be taste-approved, have a tough outer skin and be insect resistant.”
Once More, With Feeling: Jacquelyn Briggs
June 21, 2018
You gotta feel it to perform it. It’s the message of countless stories about musicians, but for Jacquelyn Briggs, it holds deeper meaning.
Cada Pieza del Rompecabezas: Paulette Arquer-Haddock
May 15, 2018
“La comunidad de un aula bilingüe es como un rompecabezas; cada pieza tiene un papel crucial en crear la imagen entera. Si le falta una pieza, el rompecabezas no está completo.” Esta metáfora describe la enseñanza de la filosofía que Paulette Adquer-Haddock se esfuerza incorporar en el aula.
Challenging History: Minority Postdoctoral Fellow Michael Hines
May 10, 2018
Each year at Teachers College (TC) the Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship is awarded to one distinguished scholar from a historically underrepresented group. This year’s fellow, Michael Hines, is a historian of education whose research focuses on African-American education in the early twentieth century.
Professor William Gaudelli will become Dean of Lehigh University’s College of Education
May 04, 2018
William Gaudelli, Professor of Social Studies and Education and chair of the Department of Arts & Humanities, will leave Teachers College after 12 years on the faculty to become the eighth Dean of the College of Education at Lehigh University, effective July 31st.
Making Art: Anita Sidler
April 11, 2018
“I make art because I feel the need to do it,” says Anita Sidler, a graduate of the Art and Art Education Master of Arts program at Teachers College.
A&H Video: Summer Hybrid Masters in Music & Music Education
March 15, 2018
Visit with students and faculty of the Summer Hybrid Masters in Music & Music Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Infographic: A Survey of Applied Linguistics & TESOL Master of Arts Graduates
March 15, 2018
A recent survey of graduates from the Teachers College Applied Linguistics and TESOL Master of Arts programs shows a group of professionals and educators working in the field.
Linking the Past with the Present and Future: Shaina Ahmed
March 02, 2018
Shaina Ahmed is a first year US History teacher at Morris Academy for Collaborative Studies in the South Bronx, “I grew up in the Bronx, so being able to come back and serve in my community is incredibly fulfilling.” A recent graduate of the Social Studies Education Master of Arts program at Teachers College (TC), Ahmed didn’t always imagine herself at the front of a classroom, “If you had asked me five years ago I would never say I'd become a teacher. Never.”
A Q&A with Art & Art Education Alumna Ashley Cavadas
February 28, 2018
Hailing from New Jersey and a graduate Teacher College’s Art and Art Education Master of Arts program with teaching certification, Ashley now works as an art teacher at PS 78 in Long Island City. She spoke to us on a breezy afternoon about her journey to being an educator, her love for art, and her plans for the future of her school’s art program.
Every Piece in the Puzzle: Paulette Arquer-Haddock
February 27, 2018
“The bilingual classroom community is like a puzzle; every piece plays a crucial role in creating the whole picture. If you’re missing any piece, the puzzle is not complete.” This metaphor sums up the teaching philosophy that Paulette Arquer-Haddock strives to exemplify in the classroom.
Art in the World: Geraldine Fabris
February 13, 2018
Geraldine is a graduate of the Arts Administration program at Teachers College, receiving her masters in 2014. When discussing her current job, she is quick to credit the education, experiences, and opportunities presented to her at Teachers College for how she got to where she is today.
Teaching for Change: Bridget Filarski
February 02, 2018
With a passion for making others feel welcome, especially those new to the United States, Bridget Filarski’s life reflects her commitment to advocating for immigrant youth. “I always had a very strong urge to make people feel welcome, in whatever context, so I think that’s what drives me to do this work, to work with immigrants — especially immigrant youth — who have no say in the decisions about where they’re brought to.”
Being Seen: Marc Pierre
January 31, 2018
With a smile that can put anyone at ease, Marc Pierre truly knows the value of being seen, known, and validated as a student. As an alum of the English Education program, Marc is now using his Master of Arts to impact the lives of his students at Manhattan’s Vanguard High School.
Destined to Teach: Milagros Rodríguez
January 31, 2018
Born in the Dominican Republic, the Bilingual/Bicultural Education alumna moved to the Bronx at a very young age, which was the first step towards her destiny of becoming a bilingual special education teacher in a fifth grade integrated co-teaching classroom in Brooklyn.
Judith Burton is Named TC’s Macy Professor of Education
January 24, 2018
Judith Burton, an internationally known art educator who has melded a deep sense of artistic tradition with exploration of digital technology and other new tools, has been named Teachers College’s new Macy Professor of Education.
Bringing Social Studies to Life: Melissa Glick
January 18, 2018
Melissa pressed submit on her Teachers College application for the Social Studies Education program from an Internet café in Argentina. She was traveling in Latin America after just finishing two years and three months as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras.
A Really Thoughtful Gift
January 18, 2018
David Hansen, Philosophy & Education professor, creates a scholarship for his students.
“Home” is Where the Art Is
January 08, 2018
In early December, 11 TC students projected videos about the concept of home onto the side of the Manhattan Bridge.
Art Supplies for the Holidays
January 08, 2018
TC’s Arts Administration program put together bags of materials for neighbors in shelters and for an arts nonprofit.
A&H Video: Intensive Summer Teaching of English Program
December 18, 2017
Visit with students and faculty of the Intensive Summer Teaching of English Program at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Everyday Histories: Soeurette Morley
December 14, 2017
Soeurette Morley’s enthusiasm for local history is infectious, “Kids sometimes say ‘I wish I lived somewhere more interesting.’ But I think for students of any area, whether you're in New York City or in the smallest town in Iowa, there's something to learn wherever you are. You should never feel that you live in an invaluable place.” Morley, an alumna of the History and Education program at Teachers College (TC), is now a 3rd grade teacher at Convent of the Sacred Heart, a prestigious all-girls Catholic school on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
A&H in the City Storify: Ailey Arts In Education
November 21, 2017
We 'Storify' our A&H in the City fall event, where alumni enjoyed a workshop with Ailey Arts In Education.
Scanning Maxine Greene
November 15, 2017
A new archive of the great philosopher’s work goes live on TC’s PocketKnowledge platform.
Asking the Right Questions: Vanessa Miller
November 07, 2017
Vanessa Miller’s formidable curriculum vitae mirrors the philosophical earnestness with which she approaches every aspect of her life. Miller, an alumna of the Philosophy and Education Masters program at Teachers College (TC), is now a joint J.D./Ph.D. candidate at Pennsylvania State University where her research focuses on the relationship between race and gender, civil rights, and higher education.
A&H Book Talk: Insights from Conversation Analysis with Prof. Hansun Waring
November 06, 2017
Hansun Waring, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics & TESOL, joined TC faculty respondents in a discussion of Theorizing Pedagogical Interaction: Insights from Conversation Analysis (CRC/Routledge, 2016).
A&H Video: Summer Masters in Social Studies Education
October 30, 2017
Visit with students and faculty of the Summer Masters in Social Studies Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
ARAD Internships: A Day in the Life of Myriam Varjacques
October 25, 2017
Visit with Myriam Varjacques, Arts Administration student, as she balances home, school, commuting, and an internship at Lincoln Center Public Programming.
Art & Art Ed Student Max Frieder Showcases Short Documentary During Global Citizen Week
October 16, 2017
During Global Citizen Week, Max Levi Frieder, an Art & Art Education doctoral student, showcased a new short stirring documentary about his work in the Azraq Syrian Refugee Camp.
The Call to Teach and the Passion to Care: Alexandra Lazaridis
September 25, 2017
Alexandra (Alexii) Lazaridis—a second year M.A. student in Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESOL), K-12 track—was called to teach by chance, in a small village in the Indian Himalayas. “I went to India to do the research, and I ended up volunteering to teach an English class, and I loved it so much...now I’m in TESOL.”
Living Many Lives Through the Arts
September 14, 2017
Social Studies Education Ed.M. student Deirdre Hollman sees the world through the lens of culture.
Statement from the Faculty of Social Studies Education on the Events of Charlottesville
August 22, 2017
The events in Charlottesville a week ago encourage us to reflect upon who we are and need to be as individuals and as social studies educators...
A&H Video: In the BBE Classroom
June 19, 2017
Visit Dr. Chang's Bilingual/Bicultural Education Class, Cross-cultural Communication & Classroom Ecology.
A Tale of (Studying) Two Subjects: Elizabeth Milligan
June 15, 2017
Elizabeth Milligan, high school teacher and Social Studies Education Summer M.A. Intensive program (INSTEP) student, developed over the years an ardent love for both history and social studies, and enjoys teaching each subject. However, when it came to choosing a path of study for herself, the decision was very difficult.
Helping Taiwan Communicate with the World: Hsu-Ping Tuan
June 08, 2017
Chinese may be the world’s most widely spoken language, but new TC alumna Hsu-Ping Tuan (M.A. TESOL) believes that English is the key to advancing Taiwan’s fortunes on the global stage.
A&H in the City Storify: Apollo Theater
May 10, 2017
We 'Storify' our A&H in the City event, where alumni enjoyed a visit to the iconic Apollo Theater.
A&H Video: Aesthetic Education in the English Education's INSTEP Program
April 27, 2017
The INSTEP program in the Teaching of English is an intensive summer MA program over three consecutive summers in New York City. In addition to academic courses, INSTEP immerses teachers in interactive and experiential aesthetic methodologies designed to widen their capacity to teach literacy through the arts.
For the Love of Music and Educational Equity: Tanatchaya Chanphanitpornkit
April 25, 2017
At an early age, bassist, educator and Music and Music Education student Tanatchaya (“Tanya”) Chanphanitpornkit was denied the right to an education. Now, she spends the school year teaching orchestra in Texas and her summers in New York City, studying and researching the pedogogical tools at TC that will bring her students closer to the music she loves.
A&H Video: BBE Professor Carmen Martínez-Roldán
April 15, 2017
In this video, we visited with Associate Professor of Bilingual/Bicultural Education & Program Director Carmen Martínez-Roldán to have a quick chat about her background and the critical need for bilingual educators.
A&H Book Talks Slideshow: Dr. William Gaudelli
April 14, 2017
William Gaudelli, Chair of A&H and Associate Professor of Social Studies Education, joined global education expert respondents in a discussion of his book, Global Citizenship Education: Everyday Transcendence (Routledge, 2016).
A&H in the City Storify: STORRI
March 31, 2017
We 'Storify' our A&H in the City spring event, where alumni enjoyed a tour through STORRI, created by Professor Bob Fecho.
Student Story: Anderson Smith Proves English Education can be Transformative
February 15, 2017
Anderson Smith found his passion for teaching English facilitating lessons in New York prisons. He sees writing and literature as a creative mechanism to help people in detention centers imagine new worlds for themselves that can ultimately change their lives.
TC Mourns Shakespeare Teacher John Henry Browne, a “True Keeper of the Flame”
February 14, 2017
John Henry Browne, a long-time instructor in Teachers College’s English Education program, passed away in early February at age 73 after a brief battle with lymphoma.
Opening the Door to Education: Marcos Espino Cervantes (M.A., Bilingual/Bicultural Education)
February 09, 2017
Marcos Espino Cervantes was the first in his famiy to receive a college degree, and is now studying at TC to obtain his full professional certification in Bilingual and Bicultural Education. Read his story reposted here from the Teachers College Newsroom.
Student Story: English Education Student Iolani Reed Values the Whole Student
February 07, 2017
Iolani Reed, an MA candidate in the English Education program, has always used English as a light to guide her out of some of her darkest hours. As an English teacher, Iolani hopes to bring the arts to young people to help them find their way out of challenging situations.
Student Story: Elise Jablow Finds a Place Between Music and Special Education
January 19, 2017
Elise Jablow is enrolled in the Music & Music Education Program Ed.M. K-12 Initial Certification track. Her experience at TC has transformed her as an educator and a musician. Here she explains why finding a placement as a music teacher in a special needs school is the perfect fit for her.
Connecting Music to Kids’ Lives: Ayanda Dalamba, TC’s inaugural Milman Music Education Fellow
December 21, 2016
Ayanda Dalamba often asks her students at P.S.154 to make up lyrics about their own lives. Together, the children sing about their parents, their cousins, their meals, their neighborhoods – whatever happened to them that day.
BBE Shorts: Milagros Rodriguez
December 15, 2016
Bilingual/Bicultural Education student Milagros Rodriguez presents her personal and cultural artifact, a bottle of nail polish, in this short video from the BBE classroom.
BBE Shorts: Yijia Zhang
December 15, 2016
Bilingual/Bicultural Education student Yijia Zhang presents her personal and cultural artifact, a pillow of the planet Mars, in this short video from the BBE classroom.
A&H in the City Slideshow: Orpheus
December 08, 2016
We continued our series with a remarkable visit to the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at Riverside Church. Attendees were treated to a mini-concert and demonstration with the musicians, followed by dinner and discussion with TC faculty Randall Allsup and Jeanne Goffi-Fynn.
Student Story: Misha Khan Finds Her Story
December 08, 2016
Misha Khan faced discrimination, familial difficulties and inner turmoil before finding her way to the English Program.
New Philosophy of Latin America Course Adds Diversity to Program
December 07, 2016
This Spring, the Program in Philosophy & Education will offer a new course, A&HF 4198: “Philosophies of Education in the Americas: Latin America,” to deepen philosophical literacy among Teachers College students about Latin American traditions of educational thought.
BBE Shorts: Emilia Fiallo
December 05, 2016
Bilingual/Bicultural Education student Emilia Fiallo presents her personal and cultural artifact, a photograph of her students, in this short video from the BBE classroom.
A&H Video: In the TESOL Classroom
November 29, 2016
Visit course 4077: TESOL Classroom Practices.
A&H Video: In the English Education Classroom
November 28, 2016
Visit course 5518: Teaching English in Diverse Social & Cultural Contexts.
A&H Video: In the Social Studies Education Classroom
November 22, 2016
Visit course 4036: The Teaching of Social Studies.
Student Story: Founder of International Music Sessions and Piano Instructor Puts Emphasis on Music Education
November 14, 2016
Theresa earned an Ed.M. in Music Education from TC and 10 years later, she returned to complete an Ed.D. in Music Education. “I thought I was done once I got my Ed.M. and then I taught a lot in various schools and privately,” said Theresa. “Five years ago I decided to start my own summer festival which required so much more than I knew I was getting into. Everything from curriculum development to fundraising and personnel management. A big part of it also was learning about education theory, so I thought that a doctorate in that area would be once again helpful.”
Alumni Story: History & Education Grad, Jen Ammenti, Gets a Jolt of Inspiration from TC
November 11, 2016
Jen Ammenti was a third and fourth grade classroom teacher for 10 years before turning to Teachers College for a fresh view on education. Her time as an Ed.M. student taught her how to be a historian and allowed her to participate in racial literacy and educational justice activities.
Student Story: John Fleming on What History and Education Can Offer to School Policy
November 09, 2016
John Fleming will soon graduate with his Ed.M. in History and Education, and he's looking at how school policy influences the lives of young people both in and out of school.
Student Story: M.A. Social Studies Student, Jennifer Flores is a Mother, Advocate and Game Changer
November 07, 2016
Jennifer Flores is a mother, an advocate, and a minority. She had hesitations before accepting her place in the Teaching of Social Studies Program, but has since adjusted, and has big plans for the future.
A&H in the City Slideshow: El Museo del Barrio
November 04, 2016
Our 2016-2017 season kicked off at El Museo del Barrio. Attendees toured the gallery, took part in a 'Day of The Dead' altar-making workshop, and enjoyed a discussion with TC faculty Carmen Martínez-Roldán and Olga Hubard.
Student Story: M.A. Social Studies Student, Kevin Cryan, and His Spark for Teaching
November 04, 2016
New graduate of the M.A. Teaching of Social Studies Program, Kevin Cryan has always wanted to be a teacher. Here, Kevin tells us about life as a student and his transition to becoming a teacher.
Alumni Story: Dr. James Alford Finds His Identity and Career Tethered to History
November 02, 2016
“All in this one semester, I think I completely had an epiphany about where I was supposed to be in the universe. What I was supposed to be doing with my life and my work,” said Dr. James Alford, a TC alum who is now Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership and Professional Studies Department and Director of the M.A. program in Higher Education Administration at William Paterson University.
A&H Book Talks Slideshow: Dr. Randall Allsup
October 21, 2016
Randall Allsup, Associate Professor of Music Education, and Teachers College music students joined TC faculty respondents in a performance-based discussion of Remixing the Classroom: Toward an Open Philosophy of Music Education (Indiana University Press, 2016).
Student Stories: M.A. Social Studies Student, Xiaohui Tang
October 14, 2016
Xiaohui Tang, a recent M.A. graduate of the Teaching of Social Studies Program, shares her personal journey to Teachers College and beyond as an international student. Her confrontation with both western and eastern education styles has remained a central reason for choosing the program.
A&H in the City: Gibney Dance Community Action
October 13, 2016
Due to popular demand, A&H in the City held their first ever workshop in the summer.
A&H Book Talks Slideshow: Dr. Ansley Erickson
September 23, 2016
Ansley Erickson, Assistant Professor of History and Education, opened the fall season of A&H Book Talks with a discussion of her new book, Making the Unequal Metropolis: School Desegregation and Its Limits. Respondents included Carla Shedd, Columbia University, Jeanne Theoharis, Brooklyn College, and Jose Vilson, Eighth Grade Math Teacher and Founder of EduColor.
A&H Video: In the Art & Art Education Classroom
September 13, 2016
Visit course 4078: Art for Classroom Teachers.
A&H in the City Storify: Gibney Dance Studio
September 12, 2016
We 'Storify' our A&H in the City summer event at Gibney Dance Studio, where alumni enjoyed a workshop organized by Gibney's Community Action initiative. TC faculty members Adele Bruni Ashley and Catherine Box joined the group to unpack the workshop.
A&H Video: Professor Sheridan Blau on INSTEP
August 16, 2016
Dr. Sheridan Blau describes why he loves the INSTEP Program, an intensive summer initiative for in-service English teachers.
A&H Video: A&H in the City
August 03, 2016
A&H in the City concludes the 2015-2016 series at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
Social Inquiry Course Closes First Year Urging M.A. Students to Stick to Their Questions
August 02, 2016
On the eve of their final for the Social Studies and Education M.A. program, students gathered to listen to and give presentations for an intensive course that spanned the Fall and Spring semesters.
Professor Mary Hafeli and the P+S Collective Sculpture Featured in Brooklyn Art Exhibition
July 19, 2016
A sculpture created by Mary Hafeli, Professor of Art and Art Education, and her students last Spring was chosen to be featured in COLOR at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition.
A Professor Looks Back on His Journey in Civics Education at TC
July 18, 2016
When we first met with Aviv Cohen in 2011, we discussed his passion for Civics Education as an international doctoral student in the Program in Social Studies. Now, five years later, he is joining the faculty of the Seymour Fox School of Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and continuing his research in civic education and teacher training.
A&H Video: Alumni Stories
July 13, 2016
Meet Cathleen Antoine, Class of 2000.
A&H in the City Caps off First Year at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
July 08, 2016
A&H alumni, led by TC faculty, enjoy an evening of activities and discussion at the world-class research center within the New York Public Library system.
Professor Brian MacWhinney Sparks Discourse at 16th Annual APPLE Lecture
July 05, 2016
The Program in Applied Linguistics and TESOL held their annual APPLE (Applied Linguistics and Language Education) Lecture on April 22, 2016. As per the 16-year APPLE tradition, faculty entrusted the decision of the featured guest lecturer to students in the Program via open online voting.
History & Ed Brings Multiple Disciplines Together for “Classroom Wars” Book Talk
June 30, 2016
The Biligual/Bicultural Education program joins History and Education course, US Education Policy and Historical Perspectives, for a book talk on the fight for bilingual education and sex education in 1960s and 1970s California.
Playing It Forward: Ashley Chambers
May 18, 2016
At first, Ashley wasn't interested in music. Now she has her own music school and is earning her M.A. from TC. Read about her life before TC, her experience now, and what she hopes to do in the future.
Q&A with Professor Richard Jochum, Creative Technologies Symposium Organizer
May 10, 2016
In preparation for Art and Art Education’s third Creative Technology Symposium on Friday, May 6, we sat down with Organizer Richard Jochum, Associate Professor of Art & Education and Creative Technology Certificate (CTC) Coordinator to talk about its evolution. Here, Professor Jochum discusses the Creative Tech Symposium’s evolution, students as makers, and the art of Pecha Kucha.
Students Organize LANSI 5th Annual Conference, Share Knowledge and New Opportunities
May 03, 2016
This past November, the Applied Linguistics/TESOL program hosted the Fifth Annual LANSI Conference, organized entirely by students.
A&H Book Talks Slideshow: Dr. Olga Hubard
April 25, 2016
On April 21, 2016, Olga Hubard, Associate Professor of Art Education, presented her book, Art Museum Education: Facilitating Gallery Experiences (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). Hubard’s respondents included Education Directors from the Guggenheim, Met, and MoMA museums.
Arts Administration Program Upholds Robust Professional and Academic Experiences
April 20, 2016
Arts Administration continues to develop their in-house internship program to ensure students have a balance of academic learning and professional experience.
Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program Holds Professional Development Workshop for New Special Ed Track
April 11, 2016
Imagine a classroom in a multicultural urban city where half of the students are learning English as their second language and a third of those students are characterized as having a learning disability. In New York City, this is the reality of many classrooms, and although they have the potential to flourish in a diverse environment, few teachers are actually qualified to deal with the demand.
A&H Book Talks Slideshow: Dr. Mary Hafeli
April 08, 2016
The series launched on April 5, 2016 and featured Mary Hafeli, Professor of Art and Art Education, with Katie Morris, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Wendy Osterweil, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, responding to Hafeli’s book, Exploring Studio Materials: Teaching Creative Art Making to Children (Oxford University Press, 2014).
Dialogues at A&H: Teachers College Feminisms
April 05, 2016
Members of the TC community with active Feminist backgrounds, Elyse Blake and Alyson Greenfield, respond to "Feminism(s) in Practice/Research: Formal/Informal Education," a panel put on by a student group, TC Feminism(s).
Emily Jones, Teaching Fellow in Malaysia
March 29, 2016
Emily Jones, a Teachers College alumna who graduated last Spring with an M.A. in TESOL, followed her graduation with a 10-month stint as a prestigious English Language Fellow (ELF) with the United States’ State Department in Malaysia.
Department of Arts and Humanities Unveils A&H Book Talks
March 29, 2016
The series will provide a free, public forum in which scholars from TC and scholars and/or experts from the field will engage in conversations about scholarship and real-world practice.
A&H in the City at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Recording Studio
March 25, 2016
We 'Storify' our A&H in the City event at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Recording Studio, where attendees had the exciting opportunity to collaborate directly with a jazz quintet and TC faculty Lori Custodero (Music Education) and Olga Hubard (Art Education) to expand their notions for how to implement modalities of jazz music, history, and structure into the classroom.
Music & Music Ed Hosts Berklee City Music Summit at TC
March 22, 2016
TC Music Ed launched an exciting new partnership with Berklee College of Music this fall when it hosted their annual Berklee City Music Summit.
TESOL & BBE Student Symposium Showcases Intellect and Friendship
March 10, 2016
A recent gathering of students in both programs sought to prove the two could work together and debunk the myth that their goals were separate and misaligned.
New Social Studies and Education Course Draws on Faculty, Inquiry and Central Park
March 04, 2016
In the final class of the fall 2015 semester, a boisterous class of Social Studies students, clearly enjoying their fellow classmates and the course, were asked to give their carefully planned presentations. The course, “Social Inquiry: NYC’s Central Park”, posed the essential question, how does society deal with the rise of modernity?
Getting 'Dialogical' with Professor Bob Fecho
February 23, 2016
Bob Fecho, formerly a professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of Georgia, joined the faculty in the English Education program this fall.
Rethinking Assessment: An Interview with Dr. James Purpura
February 08, 2016
Dr. Purpura has been at the forefront of two groundbreaking theories: Learning Oriented Assessment and Scenario-Based Assessment. He also serves on the Committee of Examiners at ETS. His work and easy going demeanor allowed him to garner a relationship between ETS and Teachers College that has brought recognition to both institutions.
The Collaboration and Connection of A&H in the City
February 02, 2016
A Q&A with TC Faculty Yolanda Sealy-Ruiz, Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, and Catherine Box.
'Groundbreaking' Work by Dr. Sandra Schmidt Wins Early Career Award
January 27, 2016
Sandra Schmidt, Assistant Professor in the Program in Social Studies at Teachers College, receives the Early Career Award of the National Council for the Social Studies-College and University Faculty Assembly.
Professor Carmen Martínez-Roldán Wins the Edward B. Fry Book Award
January 25, 2016
Professor Carmen Martínez-Roldán and her co-authors have received the Edward B. Fry Book Award at the Literary Research Association Conference in California. The award is given to Literary Research Association members who author books on literary research and practice.
Breathing within the History: The Ever Evolving Macy 55 Studio
December 10, 2015
For Sohee Koo, a 3D Fellow with the Art and Art Education Program, renovating the Fab Lab in the Macy 55 Studio at Teachers College brought about an opportunity to explore the past of the historic art studio.
Art practices: ‘Making’ in the Macy 55 studio
December 10, 2015
Sohee Koo was a 3D fellow at Teachers College for two years and writes that the new changes in the Macy 55 Studio may help inform innovative art practices.
Music Ed Student Evelyn Troester DeGraf and the Ghostlight Chorus Win Third Prize at International Chamber Choir Competition
December 07, 2015
GHOSTLIGHT Chorus, a New York based, mixed chamber choir directed by Evelyn Troester DeGraf, recently won third prize in their first-ever competition at the 14th International Chamber Choir Competition Marktoberdorf in Marktoberdorf, Germany.
Social Studies Education Student Duane Bailey-Castro, Rediscovers a True New York Wonder
October 05, 2015
Duane Bailey-Castro, a Teachers College student and Social Studies teacher, grew up in the Bronx near the High Bridge, and was recently featured in a photography exhibition, along with two other photographers, Nathan Kensinger, and Wes Tarca. The exhibition, High Bridge: Rebirth of the Harlem River, opened in July, 2015 to celebrate the community and the history of the bridge itself.
The Philosophy Behind Philosophy & Education’s Colloquium Series
September 16, 2015
Philosophers make a practice out of engaging these deep, primordial questions, and a large part in doing so is through discussion with other thinkers to better explore or challenge ideas and offer alternative perspectives.
TESOL Certificate Program Students Complete Summer Intensive at TC
August 06, 2015
We continue our series on the TCP with students in the Summer Intensive cohort, as they adjust to teaching in a real language school, our Community Language Program (CLP) on the TC campus.
Q&A with Fred Tsutagawa and Saerhim Oh, Doc Students in the AL/TESOL Program
July 21, 2015
Teachers College and the Educational Testing Service (ETS) held the first ever joint forum on Teaching, Learning and the Assessment of English Language Learners this past April. Two Teachers College doctoral students who have been heavily involved at both institutions are Fred Tsutagawa and Saerhim Oh. Both were offered ETS fellowships three years ago, and have gone on to redesign placement tests for the Community Language Program for TC, were present at roundtable events, and have grown close with the orchestrator of the TC/ETS relationship, Dr. James Purpura. Here, they discuss their experience in the fellowship and their future goals.
Professor Megan Laverty to speak at Moral Philosophy Conference in Australia
June 18, 2015
Megan Laverty, Associate Professor in the Philosophy and Education Program, has been invited to join other moral philosophers from around to world to participate in the “Moral Philosophy and its Discontents: New Perspectives on Ethical Thought” conference at Flinders University in Australia.
TESOL Certificate Program Embraces Online Classroom in New Blended Learning Format
June 13, 2015
This new format allows local, national, and international students greater flexibility of study through rigorous online courses culminating in a practical, hands-on teaching experience at Teachers College.
Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, S.J., Ph.D. on Philosophy, Higher Education, and Pope Francis
April 13, 2015
Philosophy and Education alumnus Rev. Daniel Hendrickson, S.J., Ph.D. (2012) was recently named as the new President of Creighton University. In the following interview with Timothy Ignaffo, Philosophy and Education PhD student, he characterizes his views on philosophy, the role of a university president, and the Jesuit leadership of Pope Francis.
Distinguished Speaker Series: ARAD Reflections
April 09, 2014
The Distinguished Speaker aims to integrate a higher level of practical experience into the research-based curriculum. Begun as a guest speaker series for the Principles and Practices course in Fall of 2013, the first round of visiting administrators included alumnae of the program such as Carolyn Charpie Fagan, current Education Programs Manager at the New Victory Theatre, and executive directors, such as Helene Blieberg of Ballet Hispanico.
The Development of Orchestrated Collisions: A Summer at Signature Theatre Company
March 05, 2013
Arts Administration M.A. student, Erin Moore, spent her summer interning at the Signature Theatre Company in the development department. Through her work, she helped bring artists and audiences, particularly non-traditional audiences, together.
Tali Cherizli on Israel and Graduating from the Arts Administration Program
June 15, 2012
Tali Cherizli graduated in May with a Masters in Arts Administration, and subsequently began an internship at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France. The Israeli native tells us what her plans are next and looks back at her time at TC.
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