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Title: Welcome The School of Education extends a warm welcome to new and returning faculty, staff, and scho


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Welcome!The School of Education extends a warm
welcome to new and returning faculty, staff, and
school partners for the 2008-09 academic year.
2
Our Conceptual Framework
  • Collaboration
  • Diversity
  • Critical Self-Reflection
  • Social Justice

3
Welcome to New Faculty
Barbara ONeillAssistant ProfessorEarly
Childhood Education
Jeanne AngusAssistant ProfessorSpecial
Education
Eliza DragowskiAssistant ProfessorSchool
Psychology
Burcin OgrenirSub. Assistant ProfessorEarly
Childhood Education
Dana FreedSub. InstructorSchool Psychology
4
Welcome to Life After Work
Martha HenningtonInstructor, Graduate Literacy
Program
Richard Leide, Instructor, Adolescence Science
Education
5
School of Education Staff
Yes We Can!
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New Grant!
To the Educational Leadership Program, David C.
Bloomfield, program head, P.I.  a 3.6 million
grant from the US Dept. of Educationwith the New
York City Department of Education and other
partners--for a 5-year online school leadership
development project. ( 215,000 to BC) AND from
the Curran Fund for the Archdiocese of NY and
Diocese of Brooklyn, Catholic School Principals
Academy (144,00 over 3 semesters).
To Laurie Rubel, mathematics education, a
five-year, 625,000 CAREER grant by the National
Science Foundation for her project, Teacher
Learning Communities Centering the Teaching of
Mathematics on Urban Youth.
To Betina Zolkower, mathematics education, with
Elizabeth de Freitas, a grant of 439,747 from
The National Science Foundation in support of the
project, E Examining Teacher Discourse and
Whole-Class Interaction A Social Semiotics Model
for Mathematics Lesson Study Groups.

To the Childhood And Middle Childhood Science
Environmental Education Program, a 162,285 NYSED
Summer Institute Grant in support of NYCEST
Summer Institutes program of credit-bearing
courses in the middle school core curriculum.
Eleanor Miele, program head, P.I.
To the Early Childhood Center Programs, 154,256
for the fourth year of a /-640,000 Child Care
Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) program,
which supports the participation of low-income
parents in postsecondary education through the
provision of campus-based child care services.
Carol Korn-Bursztyn, P.I.
To Hanna Haydar, mathematics education, with
Maysaa Bazna (College of Staten Island) a 38,000
CUNY Collaborative Incentive Grant for their
project, Increasing the Participation in
Mathematics for Students in Inclusive Settings
Recommendations for Teacher Education.
7
New to the Bookshelf
Barbara Winslow, co-editor Oxford University
Press, USAFall 2008
8
SUMMER 2008 FOUND THEM IN NEW PLACES
Mary DeBey worked in a school on a rose
plantation under the volcano, Cotapaxi, in the
highlands of Ecuador, while teaching at a
university in Quito.  
(By law all Ecuadorian businesses with more than
100 employees must provide child care).  
9
Jennifer Adams and Pauline Bynoe visited China
Views by Jennifer Adams
10
Herman Jiesamfoeks PSC-CUNY grant supported his
ethnographic research on traditional arts of the
Bush Negro people in the interior of Suriname.
Four hours upstream on the Suriname River
Investigating women's "pagni" needlework art
Saamaka village JawJaw
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Their European Odyssey
Paul McCabe inBudapest
Hanna Haydar presented at the Oxford Round Table,
UK
12
SUMMER 2008 Also a time for growth, development
and creative partnering
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A Collaboration based on Place-Based Learning
Convocation, June 2008
The Brooklyn College School of Education/ College
of Staten Island Discovery Institute/National
Parks of New York HarborEducation Center at Ft.
Wadsworth, Staten Island
Participating Faculty Dean Deborah Shanley,
Eleanor Miele, and Michael Schoenfeld
http//www.nps.gov/gate
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AND
Dean Deborah Shanley was named to the National
Parks Second Century Commission, a Blue Ribbon
Commission to Chart the Future of Americas
National Parks. The first meeting was held at
the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation
Area August 2527.
Co-Chairs Howard H. BakerJ. Bennett
Johnston Commissioners Linda BilmesJames
BlanchardMilton ChenRita ColwellSylvia
EarleJohn FaheyBelinda FaustinosVictor H.
FazioCarolyn Finney
Stephen H. LockhartGretchen LongJames
McPhersonGary B. NashSandra Day OConnorRob
PortmanTimothy J. RoemerJerry L. Rogers Peter
M. SengeDeborah A. ShanleyW. Richard
WestMargaret WheatleyEdward O. Wilson
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2008 TRUST Summer Institute
For information on the TRUST program, Contact
Eleanor Miele (emiele_at_brooklyn.cuny.edu).
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"Literacy Across the Multicultural Curriculum
18th Annual Summer Institute in Puerto Rico
I must say thank you to all of you. Who would
have thought that after 40 years I still have
more to learn. I did a lot of things with my ESL
class and although this past week they have
expressed their concerns with going on to Junior
High School they all feel they learned a
lot.---Christine Buffolino 
Nancy J. Tinevra, CoordinatorOff-Campus
Programs2307 Jamesparticipating Faculty Alma
Rubel-Lopez, Kathleen McSorley
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NNER Summer Institute, Seattle
an opportunity for educators to learn more
about the Agenda for Education in a Democracy and
how to apply its principles in American education
settings.
18
The 12th Sino-American Conference CUNY-Summer
2008
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A visit to Achievement First Bushwick Charter
School
20
Reflections
  • Teaching Imagination and Creativity vs Factual
    Information
  • Philosophical Framework based in work of Dr.
    Maxine Greene, Columbia University -Teachers
    College
  • Model Teaching Institutes, Workshops with
    Teaching Artists, Performances and active
    participation
  • Faculty Research Teams
  • Pedagogical Sharing in China 2009

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College Now
Housed in the School of Education, College Now
offers a core sequence of campus-based courses.
Bypassing the supermarket students prepare a
feast of fresh, local summer produce
Visiting East New York Community Farms! (yes, the
! is part of its name) where local youth and
other community farmers grow fresh, organic
produce to sell in local farmers' markets
Pieranna Pieroni, Director Jennifer Mayzus,
Student Affairs Coordinator Rosemary Martinez,
Financial Affairs Assistant Aneka Drazek, Program
Assistant2210 James 718-951-5209
"Lost Histories New York's Underbelly
1850-1910"  exhibition cards based upon
students' research contextualizing the objects
within the historical periods they were studying
in class.
http//www.collegenow.cuny.edu/main.html
22
Human Tracks in the Urban Landscape
A site-specific art and ecology project in
Brooklyns Prospect Park that offered Linda
Louis ED 722.17 art education students and
beginning art teachers a comprehensive hands-on
experience in planning an interdisciplinary
curriculum.
Summer 2008
Some may choose to concentrate on the parks
intended formal design (the plantings, pavers,
bridges, buildings, view sheds), others may focus
more critically on issues of community access to
green space
Natural forms restated as digital art
23
Ongoing Collaborations and Partnerships
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New York City Department of Education-CUNY
Teaching Fellows Alternate Certification Program
New Fellows for 2008-200939 Childhood20 Earth
Science46 English40 Math Immersion7 Math
7-1284 Special Ed129 Graduates this past
yearTotal of 1190 graduates since program began
in 2000.
Participating Faculty Stephen E. Phillips,
Project Director Mary Chiusano, Ralph
DiBugnara, Lynda Sarnoff. Office 2307 James
718-951-4800http//www.nyctf.org/
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The Teacher Academy at Brooklyn College is a new
program of The City University of New York.
Located on seven CUNY campuses, the purpose of
The Teacher Academy is to prepare a new
generation of exceptional teachers to produce
high levels of student achievement and to inspire
middle and high school students' interest in
mathematics and science.
Students begin teaching in their first year.
Edwina Branch-Smith, Director2414 James
Hall718 951-5000 Ext. 1716
http//depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/schooled/TA/
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The Early Childhood Centers Fours class
studied the fine art of food preparation. In
February they started a restaurant that serves
all ECC classes.
Charlene Kohler-Britton, DirectorLorraine
Mondesir, Assistant DirectorPatrick Eckelman,
teacher Office 1604 James, 718-951-5431
http//depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/schooled/ecc/
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The Performing Arts and Technology High School
(PATHS)
Participating FacultyLynda Sarnoff, PATHS
program consultant Haroon Kharem, Alma
Rubal-Lopez, Maria Scharron del Rio
PATHS is one of four small schools in Thomas
Jefferson High School created with funding from
the New Century Schools Initiative, a partnership
between New Visions (a Gates Foundation program)
and the New York City Department of Education.
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Brooklyn College AcademyNick Mazzarella,
Principal
SOE Participating FacultyLinda LouisBetina
Zolkower
Twenty years ago the Board of Education and the
City University of New York envisioned creating a
small school located on a college campus. They
joined forces to create our school at Brooklyn
College. The Brooklyn College Campus site houses
the upper school11th and 12th grade. Brooklyn
College Academy was designated one of the 2007
Best of Brooklyn High Schools by the New York
State Education Department and the Board of
Regents.
http//www.brooklyncollegeacademy.org
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Science, Technology Research (STAR) High
Schoolat Erasmus Hall High School
The Science, Technology and Research High School
(STAR) at Erasmus Hall High School opened in
September 2003. A collaborative effort of
Brooklyn College and the New York City Department
of Education, STAR is a science-focused college
preparatory high school funded in part by a grant
from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Dacota Stewart-DickCollege Coordinator
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Bushwick School for Social JusticeLead
Partner Brooklyn College CUNY - School of
EducationType of School New Century High
SchoolsParticipating SOE Faculty Peter
Taubman, Laurie Rubel
New Visions for Public Schools
BSSSJ creates a community of young leaders
demanding the best from themselves today and
working together for a more just tomorrow.
Through a curriculum grounded in humanities,
social studies and science, students develop a
commitment to social justice and become empowered
to take an active role in the political life of
their community and their world.
www.bssj.net
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The School of Education/Laundry Capital
PartnershipFounded by Teaching Fellows alumna
Georgina Smith, Wash and Learn conducts reading
clubs at Clean-Rite laundries around Brooklyn.
These sites also serve as field placement locales
for SOE students.
Participating FacultyWayne ReedSonia Murrow
http//washandlearn.com/
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Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts in Education
Integrating aesthetic education into the teacher
preparation curriculum
Participating Faculty Lisa Novemsky Mary
DeBey, project coordinators Carol Korn-Bursztyn,
Katherine Gordon, Jacqueline Hollander, Herman
Jiesamfoek, Burcin Ogrenir, Barbara ONeill, and
Gale Synnott
http//www.lcinstitute.org/
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The 3rd Annual East New York Teen Summit, April
2008
This student-led event draws on the ideas and
expertise of youth in participating high schools
who come together on a monthly basis from
October-March to engage in conversation on
critical-issues, and plan Summit theme and
workshops.
Angela Amole, NYD DOE, Wayne Reed, co-chairs
Participating faculty Wayne Reed, Haroon Kharem,
Sonia Murrow, Lynda Sarnoff
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School of Education Resources
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Mobile instructional technology available at the
School of Education

Laptop Computer Carts PC or Mac
PowerPoint Presentation Carts
TV-VCRs
Smart Boards
See Jorge Tucker at 2106 James for assistance in
advance planning and execution of your classroom
project or presentation.
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Academic Information Technologies (AIT)--Here to
Help Us
  • Desktop ProblemsITS Help DeskExt. 4188
    or718.951.HELP Monday through Friday 8am
    6pm
  • Network or Web Problems
  • ITS Network Support 718.677.6180 Monday through
    Friday 9am 5pmE-mail netgroup_at_brooklyn.cuny.ed
    u Off Hours Network Support 718-951-4501

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The Chalkboard
Voice of the School of Education.
Send your news to wildag_at_brooklyn.cuny.edu
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Our Website
E-mail updates for personal or program web pages
to wildag_at_brooklyn.cuny.edu
http//depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/schooled
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Looking Forward 2008-2009
  • SOE Goals And Objectives
  • Restructuring the School of EducationDraft due
    end of January, 2009
  • MS in Educational Technology and MAT for math
    teacher 7-12
  • Closer collaboration with BCA in its transition
    to Early College high school
  • Further develop clinical levels of practice with
    local school partners
  • Integrate the Early Childhood Center into the EC
    teacher preparation program
  • Strengthen outcomes assessment via data sharing
    with CUNY, NYSED, and NYCDOE
  • Enrich curriculum resources through extended
    collaboration with AMNH, the NPS, the NNER, LCI,
    Brooklyn Philharmonic, etc.

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Middle States Accreditation Visit March 2009
Be ready to talk to team about our assessment
system and the assessments used in your courses
and programs. SPA reports due date February 1,
2009 Program assessments and data NCATE
re-accreditation visit April 2010. The big show
comes to town again.
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Brooklyn College Performance Goals Strategic
Action Plan
  • Continue restructuring the School of Education
  • Obtain national recognition of the Childhood
    Education and School Counseling programs
  • Integrate the Early Childhood Center into the
    Early Childhood teacher preparation programs
  • Implement the Early College model at Brooklyn
    College Academy
  • Increase faculty research/scholarship
  • Expand the use of technology to enrich courses
    and teaching
  • Promote and develop the highest quality field
    experiences and student internships in our
    partnership and host schools
  • Encourage faculty to be more available to
    students outside of class

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Brooklyn College Performance Goals/StrategicActio
n Plan, Cont.
  • Revisit current courses that include
    lecture/seminar and lab/field components for
    possible re-design
  • Prepare educational technology MSED program and
    alternate certification programs for campus
    approval
  • Re-design outreach to employers and principals
    for required NCATE data.
  • Maintain, or incrementally improve, pass rates on
    the LAST, ATS/W, and CST
  • Continue to participate on the National
    Commission on Teaching for Americas Future and
    Teachers for a New Era, and the National Network
    for Education Renewal to expand Liberal Arts and
    Science faculty participation
  • Implement the next phase of the BCA Professional
    School model and explore developing a teacher
    preparation center at BSSJ

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This presentation executed by Wilda Gallagher in
Collaboration with Dean Deborah
ShanleySeptember, 2008
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