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We're happy to share a collection of photographs from the EdLab Seminar held on October 16th, 2019.The collection can be found on Pocket Knowledge at the following link:https://pk.tc.columbia.edu/item/Photos-Of-%22inspire-Discovery%22-(edlab-Seminar)-171401
We're happy to share a collection of photographs from the EdLab Seminar held on September 11, 2019.The collection can be found on Pocket Knowledge at the following link:https://pk.tc.columbia.edu/item/Photos-Of-%22%22future-Of-Libraries%22-Prototyping%22-(edlab-Seminar)-171375
We're happy to share a collection of photographs from the EdLab Seminar held on August 28, 2019.The collection can be found on Pocket Knowledge at the following link:https://pk.tc.columbia.edu/item/Photos-Of-%22edlab-Seminar:-Ameya-Karnad-Search-And-Recommendat...
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Today for the Design Team update Seminar, one set of teams will be creating a unique exhibit for the Offit Gallery on the 3rd floor from the Teachers College Art Collections.The Collections to draw from will be:The Castellon CollectionThe
When Ruth Gottesman joined the Department of Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine after completing her doctoral program at Teachers College in 1968, the concept of learning issues in children was entirely novel, and there was no practical screening test for early detection. What ...
One in four inner-city youth experience a murder before the age of 18. Complex and pervasive trauma surrounding physical, emotional, and sexual abuse holds teens captive but often remains invalidated and ignored. These are some of the worrying concepts brought to light by MindRight co-founder & COO, Alina Liao, and Direct...
Visiting professor and Fulbright scholar, Patricia Behar holds a Ph.D in Computer Science from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil where she currently works as a professor and researcher in both the Faculty of Education and postgraduate studie...
According Sara Potler LaHayne, there are two kinds of entrepreneurs: serial entrepreneurs always on the hunt for something new and those who are unconditionally committed to solving a particular problem. She considers herself the latter and has dedicated her entrepreneurial pursuits to providing schools with tools to support social emotional learning. Sara is the founder & CEO ...
At a time when R&B and hip hop proudly claim the title of most popular musical genres in the nation, it’s no surprise that students respond better to classroom lessons with the help of rhymes and beats. Flocabulary  is a culturally responsive learning platform intended to increase achievement by bringing joy to the cla...
Rosalie Yu is a creative technologist at the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and a recipient of the 2018 Myers Fund art commission grant. Through a study of her past work and inspiring projects from around the world, Yu offered an introduction to the 3D scanning process as well as an i...