Teachers College is devoting a day to "Global Connections." Help us celebrate as we highlight Teacher College's contributions to multiculturalism, diversity, and international partnerships.
Starting at 9 a.m. in the L.A. Pittenger Student Center's second and third floors, presentations will take place highlighting Teachers College's global connections.
Teachers College has a long history of programs with connections around the world including the EDEL-O program, the European Teacher Education Network (ETEN); connections with South Africa, Russia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Ethiopia, and others; Germany student teaching, the multicultural education minor, Schools Within the Context of Community, the Urban Semester, Fulbright awards, sister-schools for Burris in Japan and Germany for the Indiana Academy; May term travel experiences in University Schools; and many others.
Take a look at the Global Connections Program for a schedule of the day's events, including a description of each presentation.
At 3:30 p.m., the event activities will move to Recital Hall in the Fine Arts Building, for a discussion on the Teachers College Germany student teaching program, followed by the keynote address, given by Dr. Linda Curtis, Principal Deputy Director and Associate Director of the DoDEA.