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Profile of Maxine Greene, Professor Emerita 

RIP Maxine Greene, a great mind that was focused on the power and potential of education. #imagination #dialectical


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by ahofc.

By Tim Ignaffo Last week we had the privilege of speaking with Maxine Greene at her home. Maxine Greene is Professor Emerita, Philosophy and Education. She is the Founder and Director of the Center for Social Imagination, the Arts and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and director of Teachers College-Lincoln Center Project in the …

Posted 42 months ago by

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Syntax Terror – The Media Show 

The Media Show continues!


Reposted from The Media Show. Written by Gus Andrews.

Email goes horribly astray when the new intern tries to help Weena with her... hamster problem. Lesson learned: You never know whose hands your message will fall into if you spell that address wrong. Even spell check can't save you.

Posted 68 months ago by

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Strage Prize 2011: Christopher Emdin 

Gerat video by the EdLab Team about a great teacher and scholar. I am proud to say I was a (small) part of this!


Reposted from Learning at the Library. Written by Brian Hughes.

This video features the work of Christopher Emdin and his new book, Urban Science Education for the Hip-Hop Generation. The book, "is rooted in his experiences as student, teacher, administrator, and researcher in urban schools and the deep relationship between hip-hop culture and science that he discovered at every stage of his academic and professional …

Posted 75 months ago by

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Masterclass and the Importance of Mentoring Across Disciplines 

I'm excited about EdLab's role on this project -- creating online tools to support teachers and students. We'll be implementing another instance of Pressible with special features to support the discussions that unfold in the classroom. Have any ideas for us? Comment below or swing by EdLab and chat with us.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Carey Reed.

“Do young artists need older practitioners to look at them with something benign, giving them permission to try? Yes, yes, that’s essential,” remarks Bill T. Jones, on the importance of mentoring. The Tony award-winning choreographer is a member of a cluster of great artists (including Placido Domingo, Frank Gehry and Edward Albee) who mentored select …

Posted 78 months ago by

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Thank you Professor McClintock! 

This site is a fun use of Pressible, as well as a well-deserved tribute to a great teacher-intellectual.


Reposted from Robbie as Educator. Written by jonah.

This is a site for tributes from friends, colleagues, and students as Professor Robert O. McClintock retires from 44 years of teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University. If you would like to leave a short tribute to Robbie, please comment directly on this post. If you would like to make a longer contribution please contact this site's administrator to …

Posted 79 months ago by

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