Mask Image 1

Join Pressible, a link to sign up for Pressible

The TC Family

Contact | Feed RSS Icon

Recent Contributors

Related Topics

Related Tags

Gazette / Department Newsletter RSS Icon

4 posts
2 authors
1 categories

Spotlight on Alumna Tatyana Kleyn 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Amy Wolf.

Tatyana received her Ed.D. in Bilingual/Bicultural Education.  She earned her BA and MA at Ohio State University and was a primary school teacher in Honduras and in Atlanta, Georgia. She is an Assistant Professor at The City College of New York, an associate at RISLUS (Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society) …

Posted 72 months ago by

Post a comment.

Spotlight on Chris Babits: Social Studies and Education Ed.D. Student 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Amy Wolf.

Chris Babits is an Ed.D. candidate in Social Studies Education.  He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in History from Clark University, focusing on the history of the United States and Atlantic World.  Chris was a boarding school teacher for three years, has done curatorial work for the Nantucket Historical Association and research for the …

Posted 73 months ago by

Post a comment.

Contrasting Similarities: A Profile of A&H’s Student Teachers 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Liz Hoelzle.

The Arts & Humanities department currently has 190 student teachers in English, Art, Music, Social Studies and ESL classrooms throughout New York City. Their backgrounds, motivations, and post graduation plans are as diverse as the students they work with each day. Students are placed in schools mostly in the five boroughs of New York. These …

Posted 73 months ago by

Post a comment.

Bilingual/Bicultural Education Joins the Arts & Humanities Department 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Amy Wolf.

A Conversation with Professor Maria E. Torres-Guzman Professor Maria E. Torres-Guzman, Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program Coordinator, sees her field as evolving. And this evolution includes the very natural move of the program to the Arts & Humanities Department.  “In the world, multilingualism is becoming more and more important.  With the spread of English comes the need …

Posted 80 months ago by

Post a comment.