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- Ph.D. in English Education, Teachers College, Columbia University (In Progress)
- M.A. in Teaching of English, Teachers College, Columbia University
- B.A. in Secondary English Education, The City College of New York (CUNY)
David Baksh is an instructor and Ph.D. student in the English Education program at Teachers College, Columbia University. He has served in various educational roles, including teaching high school English and supervising student teachers of English in New York City. David has shared his work at venues including the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Teachers College, and Michigan State University. He has also served as a Zankel Fellow at the Center for the Professional Education of Teachers (CPET). David's interests and experiences are listed below.
- Teacher (co)education
- Student publication
- Student responses to pedagogical approaches
Three recent TC Alumni and members of the New Teacher Network at Teachers College (NTN@TC), Natalie (Tebbi) Diamond (M.A. '14), David Baksh (M.A. '14) and Allison Addona (M.A. '14), have been participating in a series of Reimagining Assessment workshops presented by the Center for the Professional Education of Teachers.
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