Teachers College, Columbia University

Book Club: Educated, by Tara Westover

From: 2023-02-07 12:0 PM
To: 2023-02-07 1:0 PM

2023 Annual Sachs Lecture | Surrogate Pedagogy: AI Robots & Racial Hauntings

From: 2023-02-07 5:0 PM
To: 2023-02-07 6:0 PM

Sustainability Task Force Meeting

From: 2023-02-03 10:0 AM
To: 2023-02-03 11:0 AM

The 2023 Teachers College Columbia University Roundtable in Second Language Studies (TCCRISLS)

From: 2023-02-02 8:30 AM
To: 2023-02-03 2:30 PM

Workshop: Finding Funding Tools and Sources

From: 2023-02-09 3:0 PM
To: 2023-02-09 4:0 PM

TC Take Action: Advocate for Asian American Pacific Islander Curriculum in NY

From: 2023-01-31 5:0 PM
To: 2023-01-31 6:15 PM

Live Music: Claremont Strings & Ensemble

From: 2023-01-31 4:0 PM
To: 2023-01-31 5:30 PM

It's Time to Build a New House: A Framework for Learning and Liberation

From: 2023-01-26 5:0 PM
To: 2023-01-26 7:0 PM

A DFI (Digital Futures Institute) Speaker Series Event

From: 2023-01-25 2:30 PM
To: 2023-01-25 3:30 PM

Screening: Children at the Crossroads of Change

From: 2023-01-26 4:0 PM
To: 2023-01-26 8:0 PM

Live Music: Nicholas DiMaria Trio

From: 2023-01-24 4:0 PM
To: 2023-01-24 5:0 PM

Book Club: Educated, by Tara Westover

From: 2023-01-24 12:0 PM
To: 2023-01-24 1:0 PM

Art Talk: Black Women as Subjects in Fine Art & Public Art Initiatives, with Monben Mayon, Inique, and Jelani Ameer

From: 2023-01-23 6:0 PM
To: 2023-01-23 7:0 PM

The Virus and its Consequences: Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Academic Achievement and Digitalization in German Schools

From: 2023-01-19 5:0 PM
To: 2023-01-19 6:0 PM

Artist Talk: "I Was Made in Shapes" and Community Printmaking, with Lindsey Jones

From: 2023-01-18 4:0 PM
To: 2023-01-18 5:0 PM

Live Music: Ethan Ostrow Trio

From: 2023-01-19 4:30 PM
To: 2023-01-19 5:30 PM

Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) Workshop

From: 2023-01-15 10:0 AM
To: 2023-01-15 1:0 PM

How to Teach an Additional Language: To Task or Not to Task? -- A Public Talk by Prof. Kris Van den Branden

From: 2022-12-06 11:0 AM
To: 2022-12-06 1:0 PM

HUD Proseminar/Brown Bag Fall 2022 Presents: Dr. Ben Lovett - Testing Accommodations: From Psychometrics to Clinical Decision Making

From: 2022-12-07 11:15 AM
To: 2022-12-07 12:45 PM

Don’t Look Up: Teachers Navigating Between Different Global Educational Movements in Times of Climate Crisis

From: 2022-12-07 9:0 AM
To: 2022-12-07 10:30 PM

A Round Table: Teacher Inquiry in Conversation

From: 2022-12-08 4:0 PM
To: 2022-12-08 6:0 PM

Book Launch: Meaningless Citizenship: Iraqi Refugees and the Welfare State

From: 2022-12-05 12:0 PM
To: 2022-12-05 1:0 PM

Take Action on Student Loan Forgiveness

From: 2022-11-30 12:0 PM
To: 2022-11-30 1:0 PM

Live Music: Nicholas DiMaria Trio

From: 2022-11-29 4:0 PM
To: 2022-11-29 5:0 PM

Making an Impact: in the Classroom: The Role of the Chinese Language Teacher -- A Panel Discussion

From: 2022-11-17 5:0 PM
To: 2022-11-17 7:0 PM

Artivism: Orchestrating Activism: Notes on Music, Audience, & History from 1930s Brazil, with Micah Oelze

From: 2022-11-28 4:0 PM
To: 2022-11-28 5:0 PM

Artivism: Challenges to Social Transformation in Arts: Martial, with Andrej Sadej & Priscilla Gagné

From: 2022-11-21 4:30 PM
To: 2022-11-21 5:30 PM

HUD Proseminar/Brown Bag Fall 2022 Presents: Development of Emotion Regulation Neurobiology & Parental Care

From: 2022-11-16 11:15 AM
To: 2022-11-16 12:45 PM
Artivism: Challenges To Social Transformation In Arts: Martial, With Andrej Sadej & Priscilla Gagné In #morningsideheights

Artivism: Challenges to Social Transformation in Arts: Martial, with Andrej Sadej & Priscilla Gagné

The Artivism team and event participants will have the pleasure of hearing from Mr. Andrej Sadej and Priscilla Gagne on how they aim to transform the art of Judo by developing a program adaptable for the visually impaired.

Mr. Sadej will talk about his many years of practice, athletic achievements, instruction, coaching, the many projects he has developed, and the life-changing initiatives he has inspired. Priscilla Gagné will talk about how she overcame her challenges and discuss her achievements and career highlights.

Presenters:

Andrej Sadej is currently the Head Coach of the Canadian Visually Impaired Judo Team. He also serves as the Coaching and Education Director, and the Sport Director with Judo Canada. In cooperation with the Coaching Association of Canada, he is responsible for the development, delivery and management of the coach education programs for Judo in Canada; the development and update of the Long-Term Canadian Judoka Development model; and the Coaching of Canadian Paralympic Judoka. Mr. Sadej, a 7th dan black belt in judo, is a 7-time national Polish champion, 5-time European Championships’ medalist, and 3-time University World Championships medalist. Mr. Sadej’s bio is rich in achievements, both in his own award-winning athletic career, and that as a coach, creating programs, teaching, volunteering, and inspiring through his art, social transformation.

Priscilla Gagné Is now based in Montreal and trains at the Judo Canada National Centre at the INS Quebec. Priscilla was the flag bearer at the Opening Ceremony for Team Canada at Tokyo 2020 and won the Silver Medal at those Olympic Games. She was born with a genetic eye disorder called retinis pigmentosa. She has four degrees of peripheral vision, but with no central vision, is considered blind. Priscilla started judo in 2008 after practicing karate, moved to Sarnia at age three from Granby after her parents separated. She graduated from the evangelism program at Rhema Bible College in Oklahoma and graduated from Everest College’s addictions and community services worker program in Barrie, Ontario. Her awards include Silver at 2019 Parapan American Games, Crowned Pan Am champion in 2018 and 2020, Bronze Medal at 2018 World Championships. She competed at her first Paralympic Games in 2016 and won her first World Cup medal in February 2015, Silver at 2015 Parapan Am Games in Toronto, Silver in the 2016 IBSA World Cup in Germany, Bronze in the 2016 IBSA World Cup in Brazil, and Bronze in the 2016 IBSA World Cup in England.

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Artivism: challenges to social transformation in arts: martial, with andrej sadej & priscilla gagné

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The vision of Artivism: The Power of Art for Social Transformation is to generate a movement with committed social artivists in response to historic global unrest. Artivism aims to generate community through multi-disciplinary teamwork for a more dignified and meaningful coexistence, however you define these terms. The goal of this initiative is to nurture confidence in taking continuous action from wherever you are by means of reciprocity.

Artivism: The Power of Art Social Transformation, grew out of Illuminations of Social Imagination: Learning From Maxine Greene, (Dio Press, 2019), edited by Teachers College alumni Courtney Weida and Carolina Cambronero-Varela, and Dolapo Adeniji-Neill, of Adelphi University. “The concept for this book is inspired by the late Maxine Greene (2000), who described her enduring philosophical focus and legacy of social imagination as “the capacity to invent visions of what should be and what might be in our deficient society, on the streets where we live, in our schools” (p. 5). The purpose of this volume is to examine and illuminate the roles of community organizers and educators who are changing lives through public art and community arts projects. This research originally emerged from a well-attended 2018 conference presentation and exhibition at Teachers College, Columbia University, engaging with the local and international community of arts education and arts administration.”

— Publisher’s Description

 Artivism: The Power of Art Social Transformation is jointly sponsored by Adelphi University, Sing for Hope, and the Gottesman Libraries.


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