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The Importance of Telehealth During and Beyond COVID-19 –When the COVID-19 pande…

The Importance of Telehealth During and Beyond COVID-19 –When the COVID-19 pandemic made physically accessing health care more difficult and risky, many turned to telehealth when they could. Professor Michelle Troche makes the case for how this tool can continue to broaden access to health care going forward – if we use it wisely. She’s joined by George and Elizabeth Lonsberry, who share>>>

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One of the most prolific scholars and philosophers of the 20th century, famed TC…

One of the most prolific scholars and philosophers of the 20th century, famed TC Professor #JohnDewey was born on this day, October 20th, in 1859. As a psychologist and education scholar, Dewey was best known for his advocacy for progressive education and child-centered experiential learning. Nearly 70 years after his death, Dewey continues to serve as a symbol in our community of the innovative>>>

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Cancer “is a powerful empathy tool…I know what it is like to have a trajectory…

Cancer “is a powerful empathy tool…I know what it is like to have a trajectory in life that goes where you didn’t expect it to go,” says TC master’s student Irene Dimatulac, who is continuing her studies in Communications Sciences and Disorders following her treatment. 👉 Learn more about Dimatulac and her journey at our link-in-bio. #TCStrongerThanEverby teacherscollege

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Professor Sonali Rajan researches gun violence through the lens of impacts on he…

Professor Sonali Rajan researches gun violence through the lens of impacts on health. She discusses how when the COVID-19 pandemic caused Teachers College to move to remote work, it made visible how much informal interactions that might have otherwise gone unnoticed sustain her work. In Just One Thing, five Teachers College faculty each reflect on one thing that we’ve learned since March 2020>>>

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Aiming to “leverage [her] education to advocate for antiracist and trauma-inform…

Aiming to “leverage [her] education to advocate for antiracist and trauma-informed policy change,” TC doctoral student Brianna A. Baker (PhD candidate, Counseling Psychology) was recently named a Health Policy Research Scholar by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and will collaborate on intersectional public health efforts. 👉 Learn more about Baker’s work at our link-in-bio. #TCStudentsby>>>

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Though known as the go-to expert on the psychological effects of traumatic exper…

Though known as the go-to expert on the psychological effects of traumatic experiences, TC’s George Bonanno is more optimistic than one might think. Resilience, despite pain and suffering, is more prevalent than most assume, Bonanno explains in his latest book. 👉 Learn about Bonanno’s groundbreaking research at our link-in-bio. #WorldMentalHealthDayby teacherscollege

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When students were abruptly sent into remote learning at the start of the COVID-…

When students were abruptly sent into remote learning at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Teachers College Professor Nathan Holbert experienced the moment as a parent of two young children. He reflects on the possibilities, privileges and patterns that experience highlighted in how we think about “learning environments.” In Just One Thing from @tcdigitalfuture, five Teachers College faculty>>>

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On #WorldTeachersDay, we commend the educators around the globe who are making a…

On #WorldTeachersDay, we commend the educators around the globe who are making a difference in their communities and building brighter futures for the next generation. Teachers: we see you, we hear you, and we appreciate you. Thank you for everything. 💙 📸Pictured: Mike McGowen (@its_mr.mcgowen, EdM ’21, Education Leadership) ⭐️ Rebecca Hart (@beccs.hart, M.A. student, Literacy Specialist Program)>>>

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From the influence of Latinx culture throughout the world to family traditions a…

From the influence of Latinx culture throughout the world to family traditions and perseverance, alumna Mildred García (M.A. ’85, Ed.D. ’87); student Fabiola Espinoza; and alumnus José Fragoso (M.A. ’21) share glimpses into their diverse heritages in honor of #LatinxHeritageMonth. ➡️ Swipe for their reflections. . ⭐ Interested in celebrating the remainder of Latinx Heritage Month with us? Share>>>

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The Black Education Research Center at Teachers College (BERC) has received a $3…

The Black Education Research Center at Teachers College (BERC) has received a $3.25 million grant from the @nyccouncil to develop an interdisciplinary K-12 Black studies curriculum for the city’s public schools. The grant follows BERC’s recent research report, led by its Director and TC Professor of Education Leadership Sonya Douglass Horsford, which was the first-of-its-kind to measure the>>>

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Teachers College Professor Pam Koch is joined by Tony Hillery, founder and CEO o…

Teachers College Professor Pam Koch is joined by Tony Hillery, founder and CEO of Harlem Grown to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic further exposed inequities and fragility in access to nutritious food – and how this basic need must be addressed moving forward. In “Just One Thing”, five Teachers College faculty reflect on *one thing* from all that we’ve learned and experienced since March>>>

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From high-tech food access tools in Kenya to classroom robotics in Colombia, Fab…

From high-tech food access tools in Kenya to classroom robotics in Colombia, FabLearn Fellows — led by TC’s Paulo Blikstein — are helping students develop #STEM based solutions to problems in the classroom and their communities. 👉 Visit our link-in-bio to learn more about the innovative work of Brenda Nyakoa, Lars Beck Johannsen, Ridhi Aggarwal and Charles Pimentel. #EdTechby teacherscollege

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In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, we’re asking members of our community to shar…

In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, we’re asking members of our community to share reflections on what their heritage means to them. From the value of cultural exchange to the immigrant experience and family legacies, student and @tc_cls board member Moises Hernandez; Carolina Quijano (M.A. ’10); and Bernardo Tirado (M.A. ’01) share glimpses of their experiences in celebration of>>>

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