Workshop: Academic Conferences, Monday, 3/27, 3:30-5pmCome join us for the following workshops:
In this session, participants will discuss the issues related when and what to apply to academic conferences to present, when in your graduate career to attend, how to present effectively, and how to make the most of non-presentation time.
Ansley Erickson is an Assistant Professor in the Program in History and Education. She studies the history of educational inequality in U.S cities.
Christine Baron is an Assistant Professor of Social Studies and Education is a former high school history teacher and museum educator. Dr. Baron’s research focuses on examining historical thinking related to non-traditional texts and teaching and learning in informal settings.
Mary Hafeli is a Professor in the Program in Art and Art Education and former fine arts dean. An active artist, her research focuses on the thinking and practices of artists and art students, approaches to studio teaching, and leadership in creative communities.
Haeny Yoon is Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching. Her research interests in;cude: children's play and identity; popular cultural and contemporary childhood; young children's writing; curriculum; teacher development and identity.
Kindly rsvp in advance.
This workshop is part of the Career Development Program co-sponsored and presented by the Department of Arts and Humanities. It is open primarily to Ph'D/EdD students in Arts and Humanities and Curriculum and Teaching. Other TC students are welcome to attend, first come, first serve.
Where: 306 Russell
Curious about creating or curating content, whether it is video, blog, manuscript, and/or curricular in nature? Then come to App for That!, where we will conduct a hands-on workshop that allows you to explore the several educational applications designed by EdLab, the research and development unit of the Gottesman Libraries: Vialogues, an award-winning video discussion tool; Pressible, a network of blog sites that are optimized to display and share educational content; Pocketknowlege, the social and digital archive of Teachers College; and Rhizr, an open education project that connects people to ideas to create an ever-growing network of knowledge and creativity.
Bring your laptop. Bring your ideas and questions! And be sure to rsvp by Wednesday, March 22nd, specifying your interest and details.
Where: 302 Russell
To request disability-related accommodations contact OASID at firstname.lastname@example.org, (212) 678-3689, (212) 678-3853 TTY, (646) 755-3144 video phone, as early as possible.