Council of Students Blog
Posted by Council of Students on Apr 16, 2012

On February 21, BSCAA and COS co-hosted a panel discussion by a range of alumni who offered insights into their own professional biographies and imparted wisdom to graduate students embarking on their new careers. The speakers were: Keith Berman, '03 is the President of Options for College, Inc. and the ...

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Posted by Dara Eisenstein on Mar 14, 2012

The Council of Students sponsored a workshop on using SMART Boards on February 25, part of a continuing series of workshops to help students integrate technology in their classrooms. The free workshop was open to all graduate students and provided an overview of the SMART Board and specific suggestions for ...

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Posted by Council of Students on Jan 23, 2012

The Bank Street College Alumni Association is sponsoring its first networking event of the year on Wednesday, January 25th at 6:00 pm. The one-hour event takes place at 1115 Broadway, between 24th and 25th streets on the 12th floor. Light refreshments will be served. If you are interested in attending ...

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Posted by Council of Students on Jan 12, 2012

You may not be quite sure what COS does, but you've probably seen us around campus. We've brought you cookies, coffee, and pastries, panel discussions on teachers in the media, faculty conversations on international education, even popcorn and a movie. We've been busy this semester and we assume you have, ...

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Posted by Council of Students on Jan 12, 2012

The Council of Students (COS) has created this blog as a way to connect, inform and engage Bank Street students in issues affecting teachers. We all know the value of discussion at Bank Street and have created a blog to extend those conversations outside the classroom walls. COS speaks for ...

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Posted by Council of Students on Jan 12, 2012

The Council of Students (COS) Blog provides an exciting opportunity for students to reflect on issues associated with their education and professional development here at the Graduate School of Education, in the educating institutions in which they work, and society at large. Further, it provides a forum for students to ...

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