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What's the use of sitting, alone, in your room? 'Reinventing Teacher Education' drinks reception at AERA

If you have arrived early for AERA (or just happen to live in or be in Chicago) and you find yourself at a loose-end with nothing more than a hotel mini-bar and payTV for company tomorrow evening (16 April), why not come along to the drinks reception to celebrate the launch of a new book series published by Bloomsbury Academic – ‘Reinventing Teacher Education’? 78 more words

Teacher Education

Open educational resources for Teacher Education

The two year programme offered by University of Mumbai has designed a new curriculum that is quite exhaustive and student centric. The syllabus that is framed needs new educational resources. 116 more words


Sereen's BATNA

I got a kick out of this conversation with my dad yesterday after I told him I officially accepted my offer of admission. All of a sudden he is open to the idea of me going to UCLA? 58 more words

Who watches the people watching teachers?

A few years ago I was in the room with a very senior member of the teaching profession who joked they used so little modern technology they didn’t even have an ATM card. 200 more words


It's Official: Sereen is Going to Grad School!

After receiving word of my waitlist status at UCLA, I have officially accepted UCSC’s offer of admission to their Master’s / Credential program.

It’s incredibly humbling to look back on how far I’ve come. 401 more words

Welcome to a Néw Blogger

Professor Celia Oyler has started her own blog, called “Outrage on the Page.”

She is a teacher educator at Teachers College, Columbia University. She has been a brave critic of “reform” 27 more words


Immersion Education, or Down the Rabbit Hole

The biggest bowl of cookies I have ever seen sat on the table between us, and as its layers descended, we learned more and more about the layers of “The World of Edutainment.” “Klasno!” My colleague Vadim kept saying – something like “what class!” My sense of the word is that it communicates aesthetic admiration as well as excitement about an idea. 726 more words

Shanti Elliott