In the NYT, Ebony Thomas states that the book A Fine Dessert presents a “degrading” depiction of an enslaved African-American mother and daughter in 1810 South Carolina.
Workshops sponsored by the Penn Center for Teaching and Leadership give students skills for the classroom—and the academic job interview.
Penn GSE’s Perspectives on Urban Education prepare the next generation of scholars to successfully publish research and review that of their peers.
Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase discussed building more humanistic models for schools with Dean Grossman at Penn GSE Centennial event.
The “unconference” brings together school leaders to think about new approaches to professional development.
Ingersoll talks about what motivates and challenges teachers entering the classroom.
The U.S. Secretary of Education will take part in #PTchat at 1:30 p.m.
Clonan-Roy received the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Graduate Fellowship for Teaching Excellence. “Good teaching practices are developed through critical self-reflection and student feedback,” she said.
A pair of conferences at Penn GSE led by Yasmin Kafai explored ways to open up computer science and gaming fields to women.
Penn GSE’s Center for School Study Councils (CSSC) took learning about the brain—and learning with the brain—to a whole new level with a visit to The Franklin Institute science museum.
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