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Mission: TC Press seeks to open and expand the dialogue between theory and practice by: * Looking at education, learning, and teaching in diverse ways * Exploring the tension between the academy and the public school * Challenging assumptions that devalue the quality of the educational experience at all levels of schooling * Providing substantive resources for all of the participants in the education process (teachers, teacher educators, researchers, academics, administrators, school board members, policy makers, parents and students)

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10/28/2020
Teachers College, Columbia University

Happening now! Tune in to learn about #LAMBOOZLED!

LAMBOOZLED! is an award-winning media literacy card game that teaches students ages 11 and up to spot fake news and disinformation in a fun, engaging way. Join creators Ioana Literat and Yoo Kyung Chang to discuss the research behind LAMBOOZLED!, the game design process, how to play, educator resources, and more. Don’t forget to bring your lunches and questions for the Q&A!

On the Blog:Creating Pull-in Culture Through Radical Compassion, In Person and OnlineWhether teaching in person and/or o...
10/28/2020

On the Blog:
Creating Pull-in Culture Through Radical Compassion, In Person and Online

Whether teaching in person and/or online, teachers can commit to creating a pull-in culture in our classrooms—and therefore “pull in” both our students and themselves—by intentionally talking with our students in humane ways that demonstrate radical compassion.
Read author Deborah Bieler's full blog post: https://www.tcpress.com/blog/creating-pull-in-culture-radical-compassion-person-online/

There's still time to RSVP to our #MediaLitWk event on news literacy, fake news, and game-based learning! Hope to see yo...
10/28/2020

There's still time to RSVP to our #MediaLitWk event on news literacy, fake news, and game-based learning! Hope to see you there 12 EDT bit.ly/lamboozled

It's #MediaLiteracyWeek and tomorrow we're talking game-based learning, the importance of teaching students to recognize fake news, and all things #LAMBOOZLED—and we can't wait to see you there! There's still time to RSVP at http://bit.ly/lamboozled

Media and Social Change Lab at TC

Our October new release roundup: titles in media literacy, history, and infant care
10/28/2020
New Release Roundup: media literacy, teaching history, infant care

Our October new release roundup: titles in media literacy, history, and infant care

It's not too late to RSVP for today's Media Literacy Week event Hello, The month may be coming to a close but exciting things are on the horizon. It’s easy to keep tabs on TC Press author activities o

It's #MediaLiteracyWeek and tomorrow we're talking game-based learning, the importance of teaching students to recognize...
10/27/2020

It's #MediaLiteracyWeek and tomorrow we're talking game-based learning, the importance of teaching students to recognize fake news, and all things #LAMBOOZLED—and we can't wait to see you there! There's still time to RSVP at http://bit.ly/lamboozled

Media and Social Change Lab at TC

“Becoming a Metacognitive Teacher is a rich assemblage of theory, cases, and resources, which is essential to make metac...
10/27/2020
TCRecord: Article

“Becoming a Metacognitive Teacher is a rich assemblage of theory, cases, and resources, which is essential to make metacognitive teaching a tangible reality for novice teachers.” —thoughtful review from Teachers College Record, recommended for preservice teachers beginning their careers:
https://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentId=23471

Content and resources for the education researcher

Tomorrow #MediaLitWk kicks off! Don't miss our conversation on how to teach critical media literacy skills in the classr...
10/25/2020
Learning Media Literacy and Fighting Fake News with LAMBOOZLED!

Tomorrow #MediaLitWk kicks off! Don't miss our conversation on how to teach critical media literacy skills in the classroom—and how students can recognize fake news—with #LAMBOOZLED creators Ioana Literat and Yoo Kyung Chang of Media and Social Change Lab at TC Teachers College, Columbia University

10/28 at 12pm!

RSVP: https://bit.ly/lamboozled

National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE)

LAMBOOZLED! is an award-winning media literacy card game that teaches students to spot fake news and disinformation in a fun, engaging way!

If you're at New England Association of Teachers of English - NEATE conference this weekend, be sure not to miss our vir...
10/24/2020
Virtual Exhibit Hall | Neate

If you're at New England Association of Teachers of English - NEATE conference this weekend, be sure not to miss our virtual exhibit (including a discount for attendees!)—notable picks include

- Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies by Django Paris and H. Samy Alim
- Letting Go of Literary Whiteness by Carlin Borsheim-Black and Sophia Sarigianides (presenting Saturday 10/24)
- Lamboozled! to teach teens news literacy (and check out our event next week: https://bit.ly/lamboozled)
- Educating Emergent Bilinguals by Ofelia García and Jo Anne Kleifgen

... all that and more at the link!

https://www.neate.org/virtual-exhibit-hall

Teachers transform lives. Bread Loaf transforms teachers. As the largest residential master’s school in English in the country, Bread Loaf brings together approximately 400 students at our campuses each summer for intensive coursework in literature, pedagogy, creative writing, and theater arts. ...

Today, 10am HDT: Dr. Kevin Kumashiro draws on his newest book, "Surrendered," to highlight how the broader Left in the U...
10/24/2020

Today, 10am HDT: Dr. Kevin Kumashiro draws on his newest book, "Surrendered," to highlight how the broader Left in the United States (progressives, liberals, Democrats, teacher unions, civil rights organizations) has long had the tendency to talk about problems in public education in ways that were framed by forces contrary to the goals of democracy and justice, and in so doing, to respond counterproductively. He explains when, why, and how this has happened, particularly regarding the insidious nature of so-called reforms, and dives into some of the biggest battles in education today, such as affirmative action, free speech and hate speech, bullying and violence, teacher shortages, and student debt. Join us for this free public lecture: https://www.tcpress.com/surrendered-why-progressives-are-losing-the-biggest-battles-in-education

10/23/2020
New England Association of Teachers of English - NEATE

New England Association of Teachers of English - NEATE members, don't miss Sophia Sarigianides workshop this weekend on Letting Go of Literary Whiteness

NEATE Teachers, Please check your email for links to Sophia Sarigianides' 9:00 AM workshop tomorrow "Designing Antiracist Literature Units for A Raisin in the Sun with Racial Literacy Objectives" and Mahogany L. Browne's 10:30 a.m. keynote address. @ncte

Transformative Science Education by Kevin J. Pugh. Based on over 20 years of research, this guide presents the Teaching ...
10/23/2020
Transformative Science Education 9780807764503 | Teachers College Press

Transformative Science Education by Kevin J. Pugh.
Based on over 20 years of research, this guide presents the Teaching for Transformative Experiences in Science instructional model to help teachers craft practices that will encourage students to apply science concepts beyond defined school boundaries. Available now!
https://www.tcpress.com/transformative-science-education-9780807764503?page_id=439
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Teachers College Press

Tune in today at 6:10 pm EDT to hear Brandon Wright discuss his book, Getting the Most Bang for the Education Buck!Liste...
10/22/2020
WVMT

Tune in today at 6:10 pm EDT to hear Brandon Wright discuss his book, Getting the Most Bang for the Education Buck!
Listen on Drivetime Live at KSCJ-AM Iowa.
http://kscj.com/
KSCJ Thomas B. Fordham Institute

Teaching students to spot fake news and misinformation has never been more critical. Learn how to incorporate media lite...
10/22/2020

Teaching students to spot fake news and misinformation has never been more critical. Learn how to incorporate media literacy skills into the classroom with digital culture and game design experts Ioana Literat and Yoo Kyung Chang, who will be presenting their educational card game #LAMBOOZLED October 28 at National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) #MediaLitWk
RSVP: https://bit.ly/lamboozled

The Trauma Transmission from Students to Teachers—Karen Gross, author of Trauma Doesn't Stop at the School Door, at ASCD...
10/22/2020
The Trauma Transmission from Students to Teachers

The Trauma Transmission from Students to Teachers—Karen Gross, author of Trauma Doesn't Stop at the School Door, at ASCD
http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol16/num04/the-trauma-transmission-from-students-to-teachers.aspx

The COVID-19 virus has changed the world as we knew it. We have lost hundreds of thousands of lives, including those of educators that serve many of our students; jobs across the nation have disappeared with quarantines and stay-at-home orders; personal touch, viewed by some as a necessity for conne...

In this week's newsletter: teaching world history thematically, cutting-edge books for school leaders, early childhood e...
10/21/2020
Teaching world history, school leadership, early childhood education, and more

In this week's newsletter: teaching world history thematically, cutting-edge books for school leaders, early childhood education, and more

Don't forget to RSVP for the LAMBOOZLED! media literacy launch event! Hello, "It was always of interest to me how important playful experiences were, especially for children who came from home setting

Join us to talk media literacy and gaming pedagogies! Creators Ioana Literat and Yoo Kyung Chang discuss LAMBOOZLED! The...
10/20/2020

Join us to talk media literacy and gaming pedagogies! Creators Ioana Literat and Yoo Kyung Chang discuss LAMBOOZLED! The Media Literacy Card Game, including the research behind it, educator resources, how to play, and more!

October 28 12pm EDT
RSVP: https://bit.ly/lamboozled
Part of Media Literacy Week #MediaLitWk

Media and Social Change Lab at TC
Teachers College, Columbia University
National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE)

In this week's newsletter: Help teens spot fake news with this all-new media literacy card game. Plus, resources in digi...
10/14/2020
Help teens spot fake news with this media literacy card game

In this week's newsletter: Help teens spot fake news with this all-new media literacy card game. Plus, resources in digital media and learning for a changing world.

Plus, Ann Ishimaru talks to the Integrated Schools podcast Hello, Children today have greater access to information than at any point prior in human history, yet many states have not had any requireme

Continuing our reading list for #IndigenousPeoplesDay 2020: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies by Django Paris University ...
10/12/2020
Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies 9780807758335 | Teachers College Press

Continuing our reading list for #IndigenousPeoplesDay 2020: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies by Django Paris University of Washington College of Education and H. Samy Alim UCLA Department of Anthropology shows educators how to support Indigenous students as part of a collective movement toward educational justice in a changing world
https://www.tcpress.com/culturally-sustaining-pedagogies-9780807758335

Teachers College Press

Continuing our reading list for #IndigenousPeoplesDay 2020, Teaching Critically About Lewis and Clark: Challenging Domin...
10/12/2020
Teaching Critically About Lewis and Clark 9780807763704 | Teachers College Press

Continuing our reading list for #IndigenousPeoplesDay 2020, Teaching Critically About Lewis and Clark: Challenging Dominant Narratives in K–12 Curriculum by Alison Schmitke, Leilani Sabzalian, and Jeff Edmundson of University of Oregon University of Oregon College of Education on the importance of including Indigenous perspectives when teaching U.S. history.
https://www.tcpress.com/teaching-critically-about-lewis-and-clark-9780807763704

Teachers College Press

All day today we’ll be sharing our reading list for #IndigenousPeoplesDay 2020, starting with Indian Education for All: ...
10/12/2020
Indian Education for All 9780807764589 | Teachers College Press

All day today we’ll be sharing our reading list for #IndigenousPeoplesDay 2020, starting with Indian Education for All: Decolonizing Indigenous Education in Public Schools by John P. Hopkins of Saint Martin's University, on why Indigenous education reforms must decolonize the curriculum to address the academic inequalities facing Native students.

Indian Education for All is part of the TC Press Multicultural Education series: tcpress.com/mce

Teachers College Press

When talking about infant and young children's brain development, it's also important to take into account the diversity...
10/12/2020
What parenthood and a career in teaching taught me about young children’s brain development

When talking about infant and young children's brain development, it's also important to take into account the diversity of adult styles in interacting with young children, Doris Bergen argues
http://ow.ly/rquP50BNcvb

Doris Bergen, a distinguished professor of educational psychology emerita at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, is also the coauthor of Educating and Caring for Very Young Children, Second Edition.

Today's the last day of CATESOL: CA & NV Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages 2020 conference! Be sure to ...
10/11/2020
CATESOL Virtual Exhibit | Teachers College Press

Today's the last day of CATESOL: CA & NV Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages 2020 conference! Be sure to stop by the Teachers College Press virtual exhibit to check out our subject highlights and special discount for the #CATESOL2020 community!

Teachers need research-backed tools to teach teens about fake news and misinformation in a fun, engaging way.LAMBOOZLED!...
10/11/2020

Teachers need research-backed tools to teach teens about fake news and misinformation in a fun, engaging way.

LAMBOOZLED!, the media literacy card game, does just that.

https://www.tcpress.com/lamboozled

This is a game to help young people decipher between real and fake news. A skill we all need right now! Only $19.95.
10/10/2020

This is a game to help young people decipher between real and fake news. A skill we all need right now! Only $19.95.

Why is media literacy education important—and why now?

Children today have greater access to information than ever before—but fake news threatens to erode their confidence in the media and civic life. LAMBOOZLED! is here to help.

https://www.tcpress.com/lamboozled

Why is media literacy education important—and why now?Children today have greater access to information than ever before...
10/10/2020

Why is media literacy education important—and why now?

Children today have greater access to information than ever before—but fake news threatens to erode their confidence in the media and civic life. LAMBOOZLED! is here to help.

https://www.tcpress.com/lamboozled

Some news stories just want to pull the wool over your eyes…Presenting LAMBOOZLED!, the media literacy card game that te...
10/09/2020
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Some news stories just want to pull the wool over your eyes…

Presenting LAMBOOZLED!, the media literacy card game that teaches students to spot fake news and disinformation. Now shipping!

https://www.tcpress.com/lamboozled

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Don't miss Brandon Wright talking about his book, Getting the Most Bang for the Education Buck today at 4:10 pm EDT! Lis...
10/08/2020
WGMD | The Talk of Delmarva

Don't miss Brandon Wright talking about his book, Getting the Most Bang for the Education Buck today at 4:10 pm EDT! Listen on WGMD Delaware with Duke Brooks.
https://www.wgmd.com/
Thomas B. Fordham Institute 92.7 WGMD The Talk of Delmarva

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Loved it. Thank you.
So glad to see that the IT and EC "3" versions of the ERS' are available! When will the revised FCCERS be published? TIA!