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Sprout’s Spring updates 

Happy Spring!  As we greet the new season, we thought we’d give you a quick update on what is going on with Sprout…   Our Travel Program is entering its busy spring season with a few spots still available on upcoming trips: Atlantic City  April 29 – May 1  Penn Dutch  May 6 – …

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Tuesday, April 2nd—Disability Arts: Where Law, Politics, and Culture Meet featuring Simi Linton 

Disability Arts: Where Law, Politics, and Culture Meet  featuring Simi Linton Co-Director of Disability/Arts/NYC  Tuesday, April 2nd, 12:10-1:00PM Jerome Greene Hall, Room 104 You're invited to a lunchtime discussion sponsored by Columbia Law Students for Disability Rights, African American Policy Forum, Center for Institutional and Social Change, Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies, Center …

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Krip Hop Nation Racial Literacy Lecture Series – TONIGHT 

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Upcoming Event: Graduate Student Led Conference 

Graduate Student Led Conference Friday, March 29th 4-7pm: Teachers' Gallery  Saturday, March 30th 8am-3:30pm: Student Led Conference Less than a week until the 3rd Annual C&T Graduate Student Conference, March 29th & 30th! Please register through our website or find separate tickets here, for the <a style="color: #800080" href="https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teachers-gallery-tickets-57940333096" …

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Teaching in Trying Times Call for Proposals 

On Saturday, May 4, 2019, Teachers College will host its second annual Teaching in Trying Times Conference, a one-day event inviting primary, secondary, and college-level educators and policy makers from around the country to share both theoretical and practical approaches to political and civic education in these trying times.  For more information about the Call …

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11TH ANNUAL REELABILITIES FILM FESTIVAL: NEW YORK April 2-9, 2019 

FEATURES OPENING NIGHT GALA Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements Dir. Irene Taylor Brodsky 90 min, USA, Documentary The stories of Jonas, a boy born with genetic deafness who grew up with cochlear implants, and his aging deaf grandfather, who debates the use of this technology. Both at turning points in their lives, they set …

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Call for DIRP Proposals — Due this Friday 

10th Annual Diversity in Research and Practice Conference “Afrofuturism: Redefining and Reimagining Futures” Teachers College, Columbia University Saturday, April 27, 2019 Proposal Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2019 at midnight Call for Proposals OPEN TO ALL "THERE ARE BLACK PEOPLE IN THE FUTURE." -Alisha B. Wormsley The Black Student Network recognizes that the struggles of today …

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This Monday! Exploring Asian American Identities: Brown Bag Session (Lunch Provided) on Feb. 25 

My name is So Young and I am in the IED program at TC. I serve as a academic affairs chair for KGSA (Korean Graduate Student Association) and we have a brown bag session coming up next Monday with two TC professors - Dr. Simmons and Dr. Yoon in the Curriculum and Teaching department!  We …

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Literature Review Workshop | Graduate Writing Center 

The Graduate Writing Center is presenting a two-part Literature Review Workshop on March 2 and March 9, 10 am -12 pm. This two-part workshop is designed to help you better understand the purpose of a literature review and the process involved with researching, organizing and writing the literature review. Part I (Research Phase): March 2, …

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FabLearn 2019 

As some of you may already know, on March 9 and 10 we will host the FabLearn Conference at TC.  FabLearn brings together key influencers and thought-leaders from around the world in education, policy-making, academia, design, research, and maker communities to learn, present, and discuss digital fabrication in education, the maker culture, hands-on learning, and …

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Democracy Now! program event 

Join us to see a studio recording of Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman on Friday, March 8 from 7:30 - 10:30 am.  You must RSVP no later than Thursday, March 7 at 5:00 pm to attend. Click here to RSVP!

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Time-sensitive: Need teachers & student teachers for a study 

A doctoral student is studying how to get teachers to encourage their students to eat school lunch. She is using an extremely interesting method to do so: she obtained an in-kind grant to conduct a simulation in the new Smith Learning Theatre. The department Math, Science and Technology have piloted it with our doctoral students …

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Call for Proposals- Celebration of Teaching Conference 

The TESOL program (pre-K-12 certification track) is holding a conference on March 9th called Celebration of Teaching with the purpose of exchanging pedagogical ideas for creating inclusive classroom environments, especially for our Multilingual Learners. Presentation proposal: To submit a 10-minute lesson demonstration proposal, please fill out this short form: Registration: Registration is free. …

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Dan Rubins’ The Sculpture — New Opera Premiering February 8th and February 9th 

The Sculpture, an opera written by program alumni Dan Rubins for the Fieldston School's opera company, is a new one-act opera performed by an all teenaged-cast.  It's about a high school community that grapples with the aftermath of a startling act of violence.  Performances will be 7:30 pm on Friday, February 8th and Saturday, February …

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A Special Event on Meanings of Childhood: March 7 

The Urban Ed Program at the Graduate Center and Teachers College is collaborating on a very special event that brings in Dr. Lisa Farley from York University in Toronto, who just published an incredible book called Childhood Beyond Pathology. She will be joined by some excellent scholars from around the …

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APPLY to 2019 Taiwan-America Student Conference 

Taiwan-America Student Conference (TASC) is currently recruiting American delegates for their sixth annual summer conference. TASC is a three-week conference held in Taiwan and conducted in English. Throughout the conference, 21 university students from Taiwan and 21 from America travel to several cities and participate in: Roundtable Discussions designed to hone the delegates’ …

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Upcoming GSC meeting on 12/10/18 

UPDATES FOR GSC meetings: Dear C&T Community,  Our next C&T Graduate Student Collaborative (GSC) meeting will be in Russell 302 on Monday, 12/10, 4-5PM Due to the ceremonial events, our next Collaborative Curriculum Inquiry (CCI) has been rescheduled. We'll meet in Russell 103 on Wednesday, 12/12, 2-4PM Hoping to see you there!

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Free TC screening on Dec. 14 for The Hate U Give 

Limited tickets available.  Register here:  tinyurl.com/hateugivescreening

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Collaborative Curriculum Inquiry, 11/28 

Dear TC Community, The Curriculum & Teaching Graduate Student Collaborative will be hosting a Collaborative Inquiry Event this Wednesday, 11/28, from 2-4pm, in the Smith Learning Theater on the 4th floor of Russell. Light refreshments will be served.   C&T Collaborative Inquiry is:   -a chance to discuss your current work or ideas for …

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THE BLACK ALABASTER BOX on NOVEMBER 12TH 

Join Frances Schoonmaker (Author, Professor Emerita Teachers College) and Kathleen Conry (Honorary Chair of The Rehearsal Club) for Readers Theatre, Music, and more celebrating THE BLACK ALABASTER BOX a middle grade historical fantasy.                     NOVEMBER 12TH from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.     …

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