World as Classroom: A New Everett Cafe Book Display

| November 29, 2016

161201_display_219x365A major attraction to working at Teachers College is our international student body and depth and breadth of our faculty in their work across the globe. Interestingly, our students come from all over, faculty members consistently engage in international initiatives, and staff is dedicated to training teachers who have served abroad (Peace Corps Fellows) and plan to work in our city’s schools. International work stretches there and back, like a big rubber band holding us together in rich, significant ways. So, it is fitting that we recognize our contributions to education on a global scale and appreciate the context of the world in learning.

Did you know that Teachers College is a pioneer in the field of International Education, beginning with the establishment of the International Institute of Education in 1923 by Professor Paul Monroe? Among the 5,090 students enrolled today at Teachers College, 20.4 percent represent international students from eighty different countries? Excluding international students, ethnicity is 43% of the total enrollment, as reported by the Office of Institutional Studies?

Come join us as we celebrate the diversity of our global community and the extensive international research and work that our students and faculty continue to do in the field of International Education! Supportive of International Education Week, “an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide”, is a book display highlighting work by Teachers College faculty and alumni, as well as other well-known authors in the field. It features important issues and challenges in the field, including conflict, intercultural communication, bilingualism, gender, social justice, and globalization, that prompt us to consider our place and future in teaching, learning, and research.

World as Classroom is guest curated by Chiara Davis Fuller, Master’s student in International Education Development at Teachers College, and Administrative Fellow in the Office of International Services. Chiara served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Belize, Assistant Language Teacher and Supervisor in the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET), and WorldTeach Volunteer educator and Language Department Coordinator in Ecuador.

International Education Week (IEW) was held at Teachers College, Columbia University from Monday, November 14th through Friday, November 18th. This year’s theme was International Educational Exchange: Past, Present and Future.

Gendered_ParadoxesAdele, Fida. Gendered Paradoxes: Educating Jordanian Women in Nation, Faith and Progress. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012.
Cafe LC2410.J6 A34 2012

 

 

 

Schools_for_ConflictBurke, Dana. Schools for Conflict or for Peace in Afghanistan. New York: Columbia University Press, 2014.
E-book (LA1081 — .B87 2014eb)

 

 

 
Education_of_Indigenous_CitizensCortina, Regina. The Education of Indigenous Citizens in Latin America. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2014.
Cafe LC3715 .E384 2014

 

 

 

Bilngual_Community_EducationGarcia, Ofelia, Zeena Zakharia and Bahar Otcu, eds. Bilingual Community Education and Multilingualism: Beyond Heritage Languages in a Global City. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2012.
Cafe LC3733.N5 B53 2012

 

 

Diverse_Early_Childhood
Gupta, Amita. Diverse Early Childhood Education Policies and Practices: Voices and Images from Five Countries in Asia. New York: Rutledge, 2014.
Cafe LB1139.3.A78 G86 2014

 

 

 

Teaching_in_2_LangKlein Tatiana. Teaching in Two Languages: A Guide for K-12 Bilingual Educators. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2010.
Cafe LC3275 .R49 2010

 

 

 

State_of_GlobalMaguth, Brad and Jeremy Kilburn. The State of Global Education: Learning with the World and Its People. New York: Routledge, 2015.
E-book (LC1091 — .S738 2015eb)

 

 

CIEMundi, Karen, et al. Comparative and International Education: Issues for Teachers. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press; New York: Teachers College Press, c2008.
Cafe LB43 .C666 2008

 

 

Promoting_GlobalSchwarzer, David, Beatrice L. Bridglall, and Burcu Ates, eds. Promoting Global Competence and Social Justice in Teacher Education: Successes and Shallenges within Local and International Contexts. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015.
E-book (LB1715 — .P766 2015eb)

 

 

How_NGOsReactSilova, Iveta and Gita Steiner-Khamsi, eds. How NGOs React: Globalization and Education Reform in the Caucasus, Central Asia and Mongolia. Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2008
Cafe L624 .H69 2008

 

 

Beautiful_TreeDooley, James. The Beautiful Tree: A Personal Journey into How the World’s Poorest People Are Educating Themselves. Washington, D.C.: CATO Institute, 2013.
Cafe LC4065.T66 2013

 

 

Access_Equity_PerfTsang, Mun C., Michelle Fryer, and Gregorio Arevalo. Access, Equity, and Performance: Education in Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank, 2002.
Cafe LC92.C27 T73 2002

 

 

Shifting_SandsWestheimer, Ruth and Gil Sedan. Shifting Sands: Bedouin Women at the Crossroads.
New York: Lantern Books, 2009.

Cafe HQ1728.5 .W47 2009

 

 

Tips_for_TeachingWintergerst, Ann C. Tips for Teaching Culture: Practical Approaches to Intercultural Communication. White Plains, NY: Pearson Education, 2011.
Cafe LB1576 .W493 2011

 

 

Crossing_CulturesWintergerst, Ann C. and Andrea DeCapua. Crossing Cultures in the Language Classroom. Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, c2004.
Cafe LC1099 .D39 2016

 

 

At the Everett News Cafe, you’ll find a new book collection every few weeks that relates to current affairs, education, or learning environments.