During World War II, he served in the U.S. Navy.Throughout his career as a painter, McNeil commanded a mastery technique, capable of creating paintings of rich texture, depth and color. A native of China, she taught English in Ukraine, China, and New York prior to arriving at TC, and continued her career teaching Mandarin in NYC for two years after graduation. * Email: email@example.com, Teachers College, Columbia University
He holds a B.Ed. He was one of the founding members of the American Abstract Artists group. In 2012, she studied abroad in Salamanca, Spain, and in 2015 she returned to Spain to teach in Madrid. acquisition, second language reading and writing, and second language teacher education. Her projects include professional development of Japanese teachers who teach English, the potential of English phonics instruction for Japanese students, effective strategies to teach and learn more than one language simultaneously, and content and language-integrated learning. Currently, she is teaching at the English Language Institute at Westchester Community College. in English from West Chester University, and an A.B. Makiko Habu comes from Japan where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English Education and obtained a degree in teaching. To stay up to date on TC’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit our preparedness site. in TESOL (General track) program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She loves teaching and cooking. Let us know what you have been up to! In order to broaden the horizons of the students of his isolated school who were disadvantaged socioeconomically, academically and geographically, he brought in guest speakers from all over Malaysia as well as those from Japan and the US for motivation speeches, workshops and camps at his school. Teachers College, Columbia University316 Zankel, Teachers College, Columbia University
Her goal as a teacher is to empower learners by giving them agency in their learning process, helping them reach a confident level of language proficiency, and providing them with the tools they need to excel in their academic, professional, and personal lives. Are you an AL and TESOL alumnus? During his tenure in Massachusetts, he studied at Teachers College and earned his doctorate in art education from the Pennsylvania State University. During this program, Jorge was granted a Zankel Fellowship, and led student publication projects for Student Press Initiative to promote writing skills in public schools with high ELL populations in the Bronx. Starting in 2013 and throughout her studies at Teachers College, she worked as an Assessment Specialist at Educational Testing Service, where she developed test items for the TOEIC and TOEFL tests of English, coordinated a section of the English Language Learning group’s summer internship program, and led test redesign projects, among other roles. Greg Wyatt graduated from Columbia College in 1971 with a B.A. Broadly, his areas of research interests include classroom discourse, conversation analysis, and interactional sociolinguistics. His work has been presented at professional conferences such as the Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC), American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL), the American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), and the East Coast Organization of Language Testers (ECOLT). * Phone: (212) 678-3215
She presented her study, "Repeated-reading-based instructional strategy: A replication of Han and Chen (2010)" at the 2017 NYS TESOL Applied Linguistics Winter Conference. in TESOL from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, where he studied under renowned linguists like Paul Nation and Janet Holmes. in TESOL through the PK-12 program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She holds a M.A. Want to be featured on our page? Barkan was one of the most influential art educators of the twentieth century; greatly influenced by John Dewey and Jerome Bruner, his work formed the intellectual basis for the development of Discipline Based Art Education. Feel free to say hi! in Secondary Education (English) from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand and an M.A. Her research focuses on interaction and multimodality in educational settings, both traditional and informal, conducting her work within the conversation analytic paradigm. in Applied Linguistics and a B.A. program in AL, continuing with the specialization in language assessment. program in Applied Linguistics (Second Language Acquisition Track). He has taught ESL and EFL in a variety of academic and non-academic settings since 1993. Presently a teacher trainer, her passion is to advocate for immigrants and immigrant education and improve teaching methods in content-based classrooms.
Onsutee W. Sudwan is a Thai graduate of the Ed.M. He arrived in NYC with a suitcase and the determination to become the best language teacher he could become. He was part of the movement centered on the Betty Parsons Gallery that became known as Abstract Expressionism. Kristine then came back to her home in Los Angeles and started working at Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) Los Angeles News Bureau. He has taught ESL and EFL in a variety of … His research interests include Computer Assisted Language Learning and Learner Autonomy. Bashir Harrell holds a bachelor's degree in International Relations from the University of South Florida. Her research, interests include instructed second language acquisition, second language vocabulary. After working as a language teacher in his hometown for a couple years, he was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to pursue graduate studies in the US. Wherever they go, they bring their commitment to promoting deep learning and meaningful art experiences for all learners. He decided to move to St. Petersburg, Russia. His collaborators include the US Department of State, Teach for Malaysia, and various schools and departments under the Malaysian Ministry of Education. Amanda McKenna got her start teaching English to speakers of other languages first as a volunteer, then while working at language camps in France and the United States, and finally at an International Baccalaureate School in Indonesia. and M.A. Starting in Fall 2017, she will teach college composition for ESL learners at Fordham University. Smith has been a significant voice in American art education for over three decades; he received his doctoral degree from Teachers College in 1954 and entered university teaching in 1959. She holds a B.Ed. After her study abroad program at Doshisha University ended, she worked as an English teacher at international preschools in Kyoto and as a guest instructor for a summer program at a university in Kobe, where she was in charge of creating and teaching English classes for aspiring teachers. Kristine Nana Kamimura is a California transplant with a sunny attitude. He taught Japanese at Hunter College and The New School, and English with Tools for Clear Speech at Baruch College. Her research focuses on interaction and multimodality in educational settings, both traditional and informal, conducting her work within the conversation analytic paradigm. He is considered by many to be the pre-eminent influence in the United States in the rise of basketry as a sculptural art form. Brian is continuing his studies in Applied Linguistics at TC as an Ed.D. He completed his doctorate in fine arts in higher education at Teachers College. She also holds an M.A. Catherine Box earned her M.A. Artist in Residence, Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, NYC. She has taught English Literature, ESL, and French in the United States at both the K-12 and the postsecondary level; she has also taught English in Paris, France, at secondary and postsecondary levels. from the University of Washington, Seattle, his M.A. McNeil was one of the few abstract artists whose work was selected for the New York World's Fair in 1939. in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University. program in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, specializing in Second Language Acquisition. It was here, while teaching English and supporting all aspects of programming at the shelter, she found her passions for linguistics, immigrant rights, and teaching seamlessly merge, inspiring her to obtain a Masters in TESOL, PK-12 from Teachers College. She got her Bachelor of Education at the University of Macau, majoring in English Education. He taught painting and textile design at the University of Washington and the University of California, Berkeley, and wrote books on fiber arts. She holds a second M.A. Her research interests include second language vocabulary acquisition, second language processing, instructed second language acquisition, bi/multilingualism, and heritage language acquisition. in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University. in Art History and earned a master's degree in ceramic arts from Teachers College in 1974. He received the Manuel Barkan Memorial Award in 1971 and the National Art Educator Award for Career Achievement in 2000, both from the National Art Education Association. Box: 306
Brian Carroll graduated from Ohio State University in 2005 with a bachelor’s in journalism and Russian language & literature. She will also be the teacher advisor for STOKED. She also holds an M.A. Public Schools, and Chair of Art Education at the Maryland Institute College of Art. While she was working there, she realized how much she missed teaching and remembered her burning desire to assist Japan in improving on their English educational system in this rapidly changing world. Formerly an executive board member of New York State TESOL, Catherine has presented research at AAAL, NYS TESOL, SETESOL, TESOL International, as well as conferences in France, Greece, and Switzerland. Among his co-authored works are the classic texts Children and Their Art and Memory and Experience. Her teaching performance earned her an honorary fellowship to pursue a master’s degree in the United States. Teachers College, Columbia University. in Spanish and minors in English and Education. Weaver and Educator, Kean College, New Jersey. As a Fulbright Student from Sierra Leone, I was part of the Teachers College, Columbia University MA TESOL program between 2010 and 2012 with May 16, 2012 as graduation date. Sarah is currently an Academic Coordinator and Lecturer in the Program in Academic English/ESL at the University of California, Irvine. Hurwitz was active in international art education and served as president of both the National Art Education Association (NAEA) and International Society for Education through Art (INSEA). Presently a teacher trainer, her passion is to advocate for immigrants and immigrant education and improve teaching methods in content-based classrooms. A central member of the appropriationist movement in 1980s New York, Bidlo associated with Philip Taaffe and Sherrie Levine. in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University. The first dean of the School of Education at Queens College in New York and an authority on design in art education. NYS TESOL Applied Linguistics Winter Conference. in TESOL from Hawai`i Pacific University. in Brain Science from National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan. New York, NY 10027. Taught ceramics at state colleges in Iowa and later New York; spent forty years in the Industrial Design Department and Crafts Department at Philadelphia College of Art (now The University of the Arts) in Philadelphia. in Art History and earned a master's degree in ceramic arts from Teachers College in 1974. in Linguistics and, Spanish from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she graduated Phi Beta, Kappa, with departmental honors and Summa Cum Laude. With the following academic qualifications: MA TESOL, MA Educational Administration, Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PDGE) and Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science, I look forward to pursuing a Doctorate degree from a multi-disciplinary perspective with a view to improving academic and social standards in my beloved motherland, Sierra Leone. Her work, often in collaboration with other researchers from Teachers College, has appeared in Applied Linguistics Review, Language & Information Society, Learning & Individual Differences, and Language, Culture, & Social Interaction.