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Travel’s Impact on Teaching 

Social Studies doctoral student Tim Patterson’s research aims to investigate the extent to which traveling influences how teachers view the content they are teaching. By studying a group of Social Studies educators as they learn about Chinese history and culture in China, Patterson hopes to discover how traveling constitutes a form of education in itself, …

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The 1893 Chicago World’s Fair: Implications for the U.S. – China Relationship 

Social Studies doctoral student Amy Mungur is using the past to look toward the future. Her pilot study looks to the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago as a framework to examine the relationship between the US and China. By examining how the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 shaped Chinese attitudes and involvement in the fair, …

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On a mission: Xiaoying Qi seeks to serve students in rural China  ☆

Drawn by its international reputation, Xiaoying Qi came to Teachers College from China where, she says, many people consider TC to be one of the most famous and prestigious institutions of its kind. Tao Sing Ju, regarded as the teacher of President Mao Zedong, is one of China’s most famous educational thinkers and practitioners, and …

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