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Connecting Educators with New York City’s Cultural Institutions: “The NYC Uncommon Approaches to the Common Core” Conference 

Local cultural institutions have a lot to offer New York City educators by supporting curriculum development in exciting new ways. Teachers, for instance, are able use the high quality resources available at New York City’s museums to get students to think critically about the world around them. When students become aware of what the city …

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Library Resources for A&HH 6041 : Historical Method 

This research guide is an overview of library resources specifically prepared for Professor Cally White's class: A&HH6041, Historical Methods. The guide describes resources available within TC, as well as an extended overview of digitally accessible archives in New York State and beyond. Library catalogs ONLINE CATALOGS EDUCAT is the online library catalog at Teachers College. …

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Libraries that play “hard to find.” 

The Gottesman Library at TC is pretty easy to find, with its prominent location at the end of campus and its five floors of open study space and book shelves. But some libraries are more elusive, almost intentionally hard to find. Today, the New York Times noted that the City Hall Library, located inside New …

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The Twenty-first Annual Parsons/Cooper-Hewitt Graduate Student Symposium on the Decorative Arts and Design 

April 13 & 14, 2012 Parsons the New School for Design Anna Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium 2 West 13th Street, New York, NY Friday, April 13 5:30 p.m. "Consumed by the Past" The Catherine Hoover Voorsanger Keynote Address Dr. Thomas Denenberg, Director, The Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont Reception to follow. Saturday, April 14 Session I. …

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Summer Streets 2011 

For those who like outdoor events, don't miss the 4th Summer Streets! You can walk, run, bike, and play on Park Ave and connecting streets from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park (from 7am-1pm) on August 13 and 20. There are 5 rest stop along the route where you can find free bicycle and rollerblade …

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The Foundation Center 

At one time the penniless grad student seemed a very romantic portrait.  But now, those visions of waxing intellectual  whilst donning your thick-rimmed glasses and smoking Gauloise cigarettes in your professor's weekly salon has been replaced by smelly, scary subway riders, a travel mug full of cheap coffee and a roommate who gives lectures on …

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