Educational insights for teachers, school leaders, and more.
It’s not 2019 just yet! Take time to relive the great achievements of the past year. Every year, we witness the publication of significant new books, successful author book launches, new book award recipients, and glowing book reviews. Below, we’ve highlighted our top events that made 2018 memorable for the Teachers College Press staff.
Take a break from grading papers, lesson plans, or studying! Ever wonder if you’re teaching style is similar to the intimidating Professor Snape or the passionate Mr. John Keating? Enjoy our quiz below.
Teachers College Press is happy to share that the National Association for College Admission Counseling online book club will feature Karen Gross’ Breakaway Learners in December. In anticipation of the event, we’re sharing the introduction to Karen Gross’ monumental book.
For this year’s University Press Week, we’re looking at academic freedoms and censorship in higher education. In the North, there was a emphasis on anti communist sentiment and its effect on Northern schools during the 1930’s and 1950’s. To the white South, integrationists and communists represented a threat to white nationalism, and was a main focus to boards and trustees.
Will you be in Washington DC for National Association for the Education of Young Children 2018? Take time between sessions to visit the Teachers College Press booth in the exhibit hall. We’ll be there with our latest books on early childhood education. Below, we’ve listed some information and tips for attendees.
Today, the need for a teaching force prepared to handle and address issues of race, equality, and pedagogy is more urgent than ever. Ongoing racial turmoil between law enforcement and communities of color, political rhetoric, shifting migration patterns, global migration patterns, and increase in student population are some of the reasons for the demand in CRE-PD. The excerpt below defines and explains the approach of CRE-PD training.