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BBE Workshop with Eric Velásquez: Thursday 4/13 @ 5:45pm (GDH 285) 

BBE coordinately invite our mentors, alum, friends and families to come join us for a great interactive workshop with Eric Velásquez, Thursday 4/13 at 5:45pm in GDH 285 here at Teachers College. Please see below for more information

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SP17 TC BBE Principal Talk (Tuesday 5/02) 

RSVP NOW!!!!!! Mock Interview Workshop 

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SP17 TC BBE Principal Talk (Tuesday 4/25) 

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“Una Vida, Dos Países” (One Life, Two Countries) 

Una Vida, Dos Países," One Life, Two Countries          Thursday, April 6 from 5 PM - 7 PM Teachers College Columbia University, Thompson 136 Join us for a talk on policies affecting undocumented youth and their families. There will be a presentation by Maru Ponce, an Otr@ Dreamer, and a screening of …

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Spring 2017 TC BBE Mandarin Curriculum Talk: Tue March 21st @ 2:45PM 

RSVP Link: Click Here  /    Curriculum Talk Flyer

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UNESCO’s International Mother Tongue Day at Teachers College 

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Hyde Leadership Charter School: Using Technology to Engage all Students  ☆

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TCCS: 2017 Tri-State Education Career Fair  ☆

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This Is Our Story: Benefit Art Show (Center for all Abilities) 

Center for All Abilities would like to invite students, faculty, and staff of Teachers College to our Benefit Art Show this year on the evening of March 25th. It will take place at 150 W83rd Street, where we will exhibit artwork made by children with neurodevelopmental differences and have a live music performance by them. For …

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Bilingual Workshop Featuring José-Luis Orozco  ☆

Please join José-Luis Orozco for a great workshop where you will learn important demonstrations of how multi-cultural music can be used to develop and nurture language and literacy skills, as well as promote cultural diversity and positive self-esteem. This highly interactive workshop will make you sing, dance, clap and laugh, all while learning basic skills that will …

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Celebration of Teaching (CoT) Conference 

Call For Proposals: Celebration of Teaching 2017 Scaffolding Content and Language in the Multilingual Classroom Do you know of a creative classroom activity aimed at engaging students of diverse linguistic backgrounds that you would like to share with the TC community? Are you interested in participating in a collaborative, hands-on event with the goal of …

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BBE Spring 2017 Isaura Santiago Integrative Project Presentation 

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Teachers’ Gallery: Places, Philosophies, Pedagogies 

We welcome all to Teachers' Gallery! Attendees could learn from and with TC colleagues to better design culturally responsive lesson plans. Presenters at the Teachers' Gallery will showcase some of the amazing work they have done and are doing in different contexts. The link for the Teachers' Gallery:

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TELL Collab New York 

We're excited to host the TELL Collab as it comes to New York this spring. World language teachers and administrators at any point in their careers are invited to join us for this impactful two day conference on March 25-26 at the Centre for Social Innovation in West Chelsea. Learn more and register at<span style="color: …

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Upcoming GLP Webinars of Interest 

You are invited to this Thursday's webinar for world language teachers with Global Language Project: Turnaround Tasks for Transfer  Thursday, December 1 5:30-6:30pm Dr. Jennifer Eddy from Queens College (see bio here) will be facilitating this session on how to transform any of your old classroom activities to make them immediately applicable beyond …

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Methodological Developments in Teaching of Spanish as a Second Language. VOCABULARY 

Methodological Developments in Teaching of Spanish as a Second Language. A Workshop for Teachers, XI VOCABULARY  Saturday January 28 2017 / 10 am -1 pm Aline Godfroid Department of Linguistics & German, Slavic, Asian and African Languages, Michigan State University (Workshop in English) 3 pm – 6 pm Mercedes Pérez Serrano Department of Latin American …

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What’s the Future of Education? Hear the Clinton Campaign (Weigh in on 10/13) 

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, (212) 678-3853 TTY, (646) 755-3144 video phone, as early as possible to request reasonable accommodations, such as ASL interpreters, alternate format materials, and a campus map of accessible features. RSVP: 

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Invitation to Presentation, Friday. October 14, 2016: Linguistic Landscape and the Language Classroom: Opportunities for Critical Engagement with Society, Technology, and Place 

Linguistic Landscape and the Language Classroom: Opportunities for Critical Engagement with Society, Technology, and Place Elana Shohamy, Tel Aviv University in conversation with David Malinowski, Yale University Moderated by Lee B. Abraham, Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Columbia University Abstract: In this dialogue, Elana Shohamy and David Malinowski will discuss rationales, approaches, and techniques for utilizing …

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Think Olio & Pioneer Works Present: Education, Social Work, and The Financialization of Everything 

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Indigenous Conference (SAVE THE DATE) 

Dear students​, ​The program of Comparative and International Education is coordinating the​ conference Contributions of Indigenous Knowledge to Education: Responding to New Migration in New York City Schools, which will take place on November 3-4, 2016, at Teachers College, Columbia University, The event will convene academics, researchers, and students, as well as teachers, administrators, and educators …

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