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“Paid Student Teaching” Policy for 2018-2019  ☆

For the 2018-2019 academic year, we are implementing a new policy which is designed to give experienced educators the opportunity to use their teaching position as their student teaching placement.  This policy will apply to very few candidates, as most of our student teachers are not experienced educators.  In order to be considered for a “paid student …

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Associate Teaching Positions at Packer Collegiate 

Associate teachers are regarded as teachers-in-training whose role grows as they gain experience and knowledge. Associate Teachers work closely with Head Teachers to create a rich and stimulating learning community for our students. Duties include planning and conducting small group or whole class lessons, assessing and documenting students’ needs, monitoring the children at recess, and …

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Looking to Teach in New Jersey? 

Brooke Geller, of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, is seeking teachers who are hoping to teach in New Jersey.  Middle school is an area of particular need, but elementary-certified teachers are encouraged to reach out!  You can contact Brooke directly at brooke@readingandwritingproject.com.

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Job opportunity for a Special Education teacher in Queens, NY 

P.S. 162Q John Golden School is a public elementary school in Queens, NY.  We are looking to hire a teacher with a Special Education license for a grade 3 Integrated-Coteaching class to begin in September 2018.  Prospective candidates can email resumes to pLee7@schools dot nyc dot gov (Pamela Lee, Principal).  Thank you …

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C&T and EPSA Mixer on Tuesday April 24, 3-5pm 

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Student Teacher Information Session on Thursday, March 22 

The Student Teacher Information Session for students interested in student teaching during the 2018-19 school year will take place on March 22.  If you're planning to attend, RSVP here by Wednesday, March 21 at 5:00.

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TCICP Professional Development event on Saturday, April 21 

Saturday PD with Angel - RSVP:

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NYC Schools List 

Dear Student Teachers, Click here to see a booklet with descriptions of the different types of schools that exist in the New York City Dept. of Ed (NYCDOE):  NYC School Categories and Programs As you embark on your job search, we hope you find the list helpful. Paper copies are available in Zankel, Room 411. …

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Hot Jobs from CEPD 

Check out this list of jobs below, from Career Education & Professional Development!   Check out the list here: Hot Jobs 12.22.17

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COOPER HEWITT PRESENTS “ACCESS+ABILITY” WITH MORE THAN 70 EMPOWERING DESIGNS 

Providing a major platform for the growing movement toward accessibility and inclusive design, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum presents products, projects and services developed by and with people with disabilities—physical, cognitive and sensory—that expand their ability to lead independent lives and engage more fully in the world. On view Dec. 15 through Sept. 3, 2018, …

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Special Education and General Education positions available at two schools 

PS130X is looking for both special ed and gen ed teachers now. Please contact Principal, Lourdes Velasquez, LVelazq@schools.nyc.gov if you are interested in applying for the position.   PS176X@VanNest Academy is looking for a long term sub for a SETSS position beginning in January.  Please contact Liza Greenspan, Liza.Greenspan@gmail.com    

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Teacher Diversity: Policy and Practice–Friday, December 8, 2017 

Dear TC community,   Diversity, be it amongst students, school teachers or university faculty, has been an important topic of conversation over the last few years. Teacher diversity, in particular, has been a hard nut to crack. Discussions on teacher diversity has many facets: What do we mean by diverse teachers? How is diverse teaching …

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2018 Convocation Information 

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Nov 15 – TC CONVOCATION 2018 Wednesday Webinar 

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C&T’s Student Senators! 

Hello C&T Students, We are Alisanne Vasko and Mary Lopez, C&T’s 2017-2018 Student Senators! As representatives of C&T, our goal is to advocate for our students, help build an inclusive community, and make positive changes within our excellent department. We encourage you to email us sharing your your ideas, comments, and/or concerns and look forward …

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Additional Spots Opened in TCCS LINK: The Role of Educational Research in EdTech Panel and Networking Event 

There are a limited number of spots available for The Role of Educational Research in EdTech Panel and Networking Event.  Register in TCCS LINK today!

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Teachers’ Gallery Official Invite 

Register for this year's Teachers' Gallery: Equitable Educations

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CEPD — EACE Road Trips to the Real World — Student Registration Opens Today! 

Road Trips to the Real World is an exclusive opportunity to learn firsthand about a career field, network with top employers and their employees, and explore internship and job opportunities. Students can get an in depth look at how the business operates and see firsthand the potential jobs that are out there. There are more …

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Ins and Outs of Teacher Certification LOCATION 

The Teacher Certification info session tomorrow,  Oct. 24th will take place in Grace Dodge, Room 545 from 4pm-5pm.  

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BOOK TALK LED BY PROF ELSIE ROCKWELL: Tues, 11/7, 5pm, 305 Russell 

Please join us for a book talk led by Professor Elsie Rockwell. See the attached flyer for more information! The event will be held on November 7th at 5PM in 305 Russell Hall. It will be hosted by Professor Regina Cortina and discussants: Professor Hervé Varenne and Professor Grey Gundaker. Refreshments will be provided! See …

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