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Students fill the parish hall with a flurry of movement as they zip up their gowns, laugh at the silly sleeves and talk on cell phones with late comers stuck in traffic.  660 more words

Child Life

Building a Professional Community Online for Teachers Across the Country

Robin Hummel is the program director of the Leadership in Mathematics Education program at Bank Street College.

Students in the program start with a one-month residency experience in New York City. 303 more words


Pushing Beyond the Writer's Block

I’m really good at procrastination, which unfortunately tends to blend into writer’s block. I have been struggling to find inspiration to write for the past few days. 719 more words

Following My Intuition: My Love Story and Discovery of Child Life

Have you ever had a gut feeling that something was going to drastically change in your life or you were seeking to fulfill something deeper? This feeling resonated with me 11 years ago and forever changed me. 794 more words

Child Life

Fostering Global Competency among our Students

The members of GEC-NYC led a day-long professional development seminar, “Fostering Global Competency among our Students,” to both formal and non-formal educators and school administrators at… 208 more words


All the World is a Stage

Recently I attended a performance of Don Cristobal, the Spanish version of Punch and Judy, at the Abrons Arts Center. I went in with no expectations and little information about the show other than that it involved puppets. 362 more words

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