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Jan. 19, 2023

71: Preparing Educator's for the Complexities of 21st Century Classrooms, A Professor's Perspective, Dr. Jasmin Cowin, Assistant Professor for TESOL & Bilingual Programs, Touro University

71: Preparing Educator's for the Complexities of 21st Century Classrooms, A Professor's Perspective, Dr. Jasmin Cowin, Assistant Professor for TESOL & Bilingual Programs, Touro University

Overview

In this episode, I got to interview my friend, Dr. Jasmine Cowin from Touro University! Jasmine is an Assistant Professor of TESOL, Ed Tech guru, and lover of all things education. In this episode, you get to hear about Jasmine’s journey into education, her thoughts on jobs of the future, and what we should be doing to prepare our educators for 21st century classrooms. It’s time to grab those headphones and tune in to the episode!

More About Dr. Jasmin Cowin

Dr. Jasmin (Bey) Cowin is a Fulbright and EPFP Alumna; Assistant Professor and TESOL/Bilingual Practicum Coordinator at Touro College, Graduate School of Education; lecturer for a newly designed eLearning master’s program at the National University of Science and Technology, Graduate School, Moscow, Russia; past Chair of the New York State TESOL 2021 conference; sustainability analyst for Computers for Schools Burundi; TESOL expert and Train the Trainer for the Future Horizons Foundation for Translation, Training, and Development in Sanaa, Yemen; Kappa Delta Pi member; retired Chair of the Rotary Club of New York United Nations International Breakfast Meetings; past President and past Rotary Assistant Governor for New York State.

Dr. Cowin brings over twenty-five years of experience as an educator, technology specialist, and institutional leader. As an Education Policy Fellow at the EPFP™ Institute, Columbia University/Teachers College, she became part of a select group of strategic leaders analyzing trends regarding effective educational policy and leadership with a focus on preparing qualified educators for the complexities of 21st – century classrooms. Her extensive background in education, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, augmented and virtual reality simulation training, Green and Black Swan market shifts, not-for-profit leadership, and commitment to the idea of education (SDG 4) as a basic human right provide her with unique skills and vertical networks locally and globally.

Connect with Dr. Jasmin Cowin on LinkedIn and check out her work with Touro University, GSE.

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Dr. Jasmin (Bey) Cowin is a Fulbright and EPFP Alumna; Assistant Professor and TESOL/Bilingual Practicum Coordinator at Touro College, Graduate School of Education; lecturer for a newly designed eLearning master’s program at the National University of Science and Technology, Graduate School, Moscow, Russia; past Chair of the New York State TESOL 2021 conference; sustainability analyst for Computers for Schools Burundi; TESOL expert and Train the Trainer for the Future Horizons Foundation for Translation, Training, and Development in Sanaa, Yemen; Kappa Delta Pi member; retired Chair of the Rotary Club of New York United Nations International Breakfast Meetings; past President and past Rotary Assistant Governor for New York State.

Dr. Cowin brings over twenty-five years of experience as an educator, technology specialist and institutional leader. As an Education Policy Fellow at the EPFP™ Institute, Columbia University/Teachers College, she became part of a select group of strategic leaders analyzing trends regarding effective educational policy and leadership with a focus on preparing qualified educators for the complexities of 21st – century classrooms. Her extensive background in education, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, augmented and virtual reality simulation training, Green and Black Swan market shifts, not-for-profit leadership, and commitment to the idea of education (SDG 4) as a basic human right provide her with unique skills and vertical networks locally and globally.