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Cognitive Capital: Investing in Teacher Quality

reviewed by Carmen Elinor James - April 11, 2014

coverTitle: Cognitive Capital: Investing in Teacher Quality
Author(s): Arthur L. Costa, Robert J. Garmston, & Diane P. ZImmerman
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807754978, Pages: 144, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 11, 2014
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  • Carmen James
    Teachers College
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    CARMEN ELINOR JAMES is a doctoral student at Teachers College, Columbia University in the Philosophy and Education Program. She also holds a Masters degree from the same program. Her research focus is on the pedagogical and ethical habits of teachers and reflective and metacognitive practices in schools. She has presented at the The Second International Theorising Education Conference (2012), the Academy for Education Studies 2010 Critical Questions in Education Conference, the Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting and the Graduate Student Conference On Philosophy and Education (GSCOPE). Carmen has worked in the public and private sector. While working at Riverdale Country Day School, she helped with the design thinking toolkit for educators in collaboration with IDEO. She headed a team there to support teachers creative confidence and permission to fail in design thinking and technology integration. Carmen has developed tools for teachers, led workshops and supported research and development in schools. She is especially interested in developing metacognition, character and critical thinking in students and teachers. She completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, majoring in Comparative Literature. She currently teaches at Teachers College and works doing research and development for the EdLab, the innovation in education lab at Teachers College.
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