GSE News: Teaching & Learning

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Alumni
April 14, 2015

The opportunity to learn on the ground in a Philadelphia school field placement drew Miriam Rock to Penn GSE’s Teacher Education Program.

  • Teaching & Learning
April 9, 2015

“If all ethnography is fiction, can we tell a better fiction with film?” asked Veena Vasudevan, a doctoral student in Penn GSE’s Teaching, Learning, and Leadership program. Performing the Digital, the third-annual Screening Scholarship Media Festival, showcased ethnographic multimedia from Penn GSE and around the world.

 

  • Teaching & Learning
March 2, 2015

New podcast series from the Innovations Lab at MCDPEL focuses on real-life challenges submitted by educational leaders. Listeners are left with a cliffhanger and encouraged to problem-solve with their peers via social media.  

  • Teaching & Learning
January 28, 2015

“The publishing business has an imagination gap when it comes to children’s and young adult literature.” 

Thomas, as a periodic reviewer for the Los Angeles Times books section, discusses often-overlooked works that feature children and teens of color, both now and throughout U.S. history.

 

  • Teaching & Learning
January 15, 2015

Cirkits, a project that bridges traditional craft with technology, provides new ways for children to learn creatively about electronics. A Kickstarter campaign launches January 16 with a goal of raising $15,000 by February 15 to pay for the production and distribution of the sewable electronic kits. 

 

  • Teaching & Learning
  • Alumni
October 14, 2013

What lies ahead for teacher supply, demand, and retention? A Penn GSE professor reveals national trends shaping the teaching profession.

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