Participants in the Institute can either earn:
Professional Development Credits
(CEUs or CTLEs)
Participants can earn three continuing education units (CEUs), or 30 New York State continuing teacher and leader education hours (CTLEs), or three graduate course credits. Single-day passes are also available.
To register for the Summer Institute and receive CEU or CTLE credit, or for a single-day pass, visit the Continuing Professional Studies Summer Institute Page.
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To receive graduate course credits, graduate students should choose one of the following TC Summer B courses. Please contact the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or register through the My TC portal.
Earn 3 graduate course credits by enrolling in one of three TC Summer B courses listed below:
This course provides graduate students studying education policy a unique opportunity to listen to and engage the Summer Institute speakers and participants. The course will meet as part of the regularly-scheduled programming of the institute from Monday, July 17th to Thursday, July 20th, 9 am to 5 pm. Students will also meet once for a pre-institute meeting (either Thursday, June 22nd from 3-4:40 pm OR June 26th 5-7 pm) and once for a post-institute meeting (Tuesday, July 25th 5-7 pm) to discuss their class-specific readings and assignments related to the central themes of the Institute but tailored to a graduate course in the multidisciplinary field of education policy. This is a 3-credit course with variable credit options. This course fulfills M.A. requirements for Educational Policy and Sociology and Education Programs.
This course will give graduate students a unique opportunity to engage with and listen to their peers, major speakers in ths field, student performers and facilitators committed to addressing equity, race, and pedagogy. In addition to participating in the Institute on Reimagining Education, students will meet once before the Institute begins to discuss their class- specific readings and assignments. The course seeks to connect student’s understandings of their racial autobiography to current/future equity pedagogies and/or research within culturally, economically, and linguistically diverse PreK-12 contexts.
Are you interested in exploring what it means to be racially literate in a web 2.0 and the impact that has on curriculum, teaching, and/or policy? Examining methodological approaches researchers use to learn about race in digital spaces? Learning more about the ways youth index their racialized experiences in digital spaces; then consider how that information could influence curriculum, teaching, and/or policy? If so, this is the course for you. In recent years issues related to race, equity, access, and justice racial discourse is circulated in digital spaces has been on full display. Hashtags such as #Blacklivesmatter have indexed the ways people of color experience race in a variety of social contexts. This course will explore how the construct of race operates as a discursive practice in digital spaces to contest inequities, disrupt single stories, celebrate culture, and (re)imagine how digital spaces can support inquiry into race in K-12 schools. This course is designed in conjunction with Teachers College’s new Summer Institute, Reimagining Education: Teaching and Learning in Racially Diverse Schools.
This course is designed to enable C&T students to take a class (2-3 credits) while participating in Teachers College’s new Summer Institute, Reimagining Education: Teaching and Learning in Racially Diverse Schools. The 4-day Institute will assist and support educators in the process of rethinking schooling, teaching, and learning for a more racially, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student body. This course will give C&T students a unique opportunity to listen to and engage with major speakers, performers and facilitators committed to addressing issues of in/equity within our public (pre)schools, focusing on school desegregation, racial literacy, and culturally relevant pedagogy. In addition to participating in the Institute, C&T students will meet for two hours each day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 3:45-5:45pm) to discuss their class-specific readings and assignments related to the central themes of the Institute but tailored to a graduate course in curriculum and teaching.
More courses to come.
View the Summer Institute on the Continuing Professional Studies site.