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Questions from You (Part 2)!

Posted by Jesse Nguyen on Thursday, Apr 16, 2015

On March 28, 2015, we gave applicants to our teacher preparation programs an opportunity to discover Bank Street and meet members of our community. They got to meet various faculty and staff members, participate in model lessons, and hear from a group of current students and alumni. During the event, ...


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Questions from you!

Posted by Jesse Nguyen on Wednesday, Apr 8, 2015

On March 28, 2015, we gave applicants to our teacher preparation programs an opportunity to discover Bank Street and meet members of our community. They got to meet various faculty and staff members, participate in model lessons, and hear from a group of current students and alumni. During the event, ...


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Holidays off the Beaten Path

Posted by Sharon Leatherwood on Wednesday, Dec 10, 2014

New York City is an exciting place around the holidays. There are lots of festive things to do from the tree at Rockefeller Center to the window displays at Macy’s. I would like to share with you some unique holiday things to do around the city with a graduate student ...


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Podcasts on the Commute

Posted by Sharon Leatherwood on Thursday, Dec 4, 2014

One of the greatest things about New York City is the public transportation. We can get on a subway, bus, or a train without the hassle and stress of driving (not to mention parking)! I commute to the city from New Jersey and I know many of my fellow classmates ...


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The Tourist in Me

Posted by John Kuckens on Friday, Jun 6, 2014

Lots of us have moved to NYC to attend Bank Street. In those exciting first few days, with boxes still taped together, Ikea furniture not yet broken, no salt or pepper or cereal yet, there's a few inevitabilities. You'll go and get lost in the non-gridded streets of the West ...


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Questions from you!

Posted by Jesse Nguyen on Friday, Apr 18, 2014

On April 5th, we gave applicants to our teacher preparation programs an opportunity to discover Bank Street and meet members of our community. They got to meet various faculty and staff members, participate in model lessons, and hear from a group of current students and alumni. During the event, we ...


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Technology

Posted by John Kuckens on Saturday, Apr 5, 2014

Ironic, really. Here I am, the graduate student blogger, and I have to say that I truly prefer a pencil and paper approach to note-taking in class. You’d think I’d be multitasking on several devices at once while sipping down foamy macchiatos. The truth is, as much as I love ...


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Tips to get through Graduate School

Posted by John Kuckens on Wednesday, Apr 2, 2014

Attending graduate school at Bank Street is no easy undertaking. The coursework challenges you to think deeply and carefully about teaching. The courses themselves are at night, often during dinner time. Toward the end of the 7:00-9:00 pm courses, it can be hard to think coherently without a cup of ...


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Top 10 New Teacher Materials

Posted by John Kuckens on Wednesday, Mar 5, 2014

First year teachers have a lot to consider when setting up their classroom. The physical placement of materials, bins, coat hooks, and name tags is important because it plays a huge role in classroom management. Transitions are the toughest times to manage, so this list should provide some ideas to ...


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Textbooks, textbooks, textbooks!

Posted by Bank Street on Saturday, Sep 21, 2013

At Bank Street College, textbookx.com is the official place to get your textbooks for your classes. The website gives you an opportunity to search by term, class, and class section, so make sure you choose the right professors and classes when getting your book lists! The textbooks are sold at ...


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