Education Policy Breakfast Videos
Click on the links below to watch videos from our Educational Policy Breakfasts. Share the videos you like with your friends and followers. Do you have an idea for the kind of video you would like to see? Let us know on Twitter @nyusteinhardt.
You can also visit our page on Vimeo.
Education Policy Breakfast Videos
Educational Policy Breakfast Series: Testing Today: Assessment to Enhance Learning, or Just Testing Our Patience?
Episode 1: The Big Business of Testing in America, Friday November 22, 2013 Speakers: Matthew Chingos, Fellow, Brookings Institution, Brown Center on Education Policy William Reese, Carl F. Kaestle WARF Professor of Educational Policy Studies and History, University of Wisconsin, Madison...
Educational Policy Breakfast, April 19, 2013, Common Core Standards, Part III: Desired Outcomes and Potential Consequences
Guest Speakers: James Cibulka, President, National Council of Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Ramon Gonzalez, Principal, MS223 The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology Okhee Lee, Professor of Childhood Education, NYU Steinhardt Randi Weingarten, President, American Federation of Teachers ...
Education Policy Breakfast Series: Common Core Standards, Episode 2, February 22, 2013
Speakers: Michael Casserly, Executive Director, Council of Greater City Schools Lucille E. Davy, Senior Advisor, James B. Hunt Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy Roger Benjamin, President, Council for Aid to Education Moderator: Susan B. Neuman, Professor of Literacy Education and Associate Chai...
Education Policy Breakfast Series: Common Core Standards, Part 1: Goals, Aspirations and Concerns
Guest Speakers are: John.B. King Jr. Commissioner, New York State Department of Education Dane Linn Vice- President of Education, Workforce and Innovation at Business Roundtable Shael Polakow-Suransky Chief Academic Officer, New York City Department of Education Moderator: James ...
Education Policy Breakfast Series, Teacher Effectiveness: Defining, Developing and Assessing Policies and Practices
Part III: Setting Policies around Teacher Quality/ Effectiveness- and the Consequences. Sean Corcoran, Associate Professor of Educational Economics, NYU Steinhardt David Steiner, Larry and Klara Silverstein Dean, School of Education, Hunter College Moderator: Sarah Beck, Associate Professor of English Ed...
Teacher Quality/ Effectiveness: Defining, Developing and Assessing Policies and Practices
Guest Speakers: Dennis M. Walcott, Chancellor, New York City Department of Education Hamp Lankford, Professor of Educational Administration, Policy Studies, and Economics, State University at Albany Moderator: Lorena Llosa, Associate Professor of Education, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Educa...
Education Policy Breakfast Series Teacher Quality/Effectiveness: Defining, Developing, and Assessing Policies and Practices
Guest Speakers: Mary Diez, Dean and Professor, Alverno College Andrew Porter, Dean and George & Diane Weiss Professor of Education, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania February 24, 2012 More Information: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/podcast/ed_policy...
The Urban Advantage of Learning Science in New York City: The Role of Science-Rich Cultural Institutions
In this second talk of our series on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education, our presenters take a look at the role of science institutions in supporting science learning. As education policy increases its focus on science education, science-rich cultural institutions offer a unique opportunity to support and compl...
On the Challenges and Promise of STEM Education
Exploring the Links between Education and Economic Growth: Limits of the Emerging Consensus In this first talk of our series on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education, our presenters take a critical look at the common belief that education is a vital component of economic growth. Reports by internation...
Transitions to Post-Secondary Education and Employment
Education Policy Breakfast Speakers: Melissa Roderick James R. Stone III James Kemple, Discussant Federal, state and local education policy seem to be aligning behind the goal of "college for all." This session will examine a range of questions about the nature, efficacy, and feasibility of this goal. What types of p...
Transitions to Post-Secondary Education and Employment: Q&A
For the full presentation, please go to: http://vimeo.com/11309514 Federal, state and local education policy seem to be aligning behind the goal of "college for all." This session will examine a range of questions about the nature, efficacy, and feasibility of this goal. What types of post-secondary credentials are most useful for pro...
Navigating the Middle Years: Lessons from Educational Research and Practice to Facilitate School Transitions among Youth
Early adolescence is a time of increasing risk for school failure and unsafe behavior. Research shows that access to particular school contexts and programs increases the likelihood that youth will navigate their early adolescence successfully. How can schools help diverse students navigate these potentially precarious years? How can research infor...
Strengthening Children's Chances of School Success before Kindergarten
Education Policy Breakfast Educational Transitions from Childhood to Adulthood: Research and Policy Initiatives A three-part Series Part 1: Strengthening Children's Chances of School Success before Kindergarten: Integrating New Evidence from Research and Practice Bridget Hamre, Fabienne Doucet, C. C...
Dean's Educational Policy Breakfast Series: Closing the Achievement Gap Part 3: Promising Practices
Promising Practices Claire E. Sylvan, Internationals Network for Public Schools Glynda Hull, Digital Underground Storytelling for Youth Mary Walsh, Boston Connects...
The Crisis of Vulnerable Populations
Speakers Pedro Noguera and Carola Suarez-Orozco address our nation's achievement gap, the complex challenges facing black, Latino, immigrant, poor, and male students, among others, and make recommendations to better meet their educational needs. Educational Policy Breakfast Series: Part 2: The Crisis of Vulnerable Populations...
Educational Policy Breakfast Series, Nov 14, 2008
Closing the Achievement Gap: Facing Challenges from Outside the Classroom Michael Rebell Law and Educational Practice Professor Executive Director, Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College Clancy Blair Applied Psychology Professor NYU Steinhardt...
Do Gender Differences in Academic Achievement Really Exist?
This talk discusses gender in academic achievement. Part of NYU Steinhardt's series of Educational Policy Breakfasts. Featuring Marcia C. Linn Professor at University of California, Berkeley & Joshua Aronson Associate Professor at NYU Steinhardt....
The Pipeline for STEM Education
This year's three-part series focuses on the connections between education and the broader economy, with a particular focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. The goal of the series is to stimulate a conversation among academics, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners about the extent to which human capital...
Gender, Schooling and New York City
What has been the experience of those who are experimenting with schools for specific populations? How have practitioners applied the research on the needs of boys and girls in school and with what results? This session presents some of the strategies that New York City schools have implemented in response to the research on gender, particularly as...
The Potential and Future of Public Single Sex Schools?
The role of single sex schools is controversial. Do single sex schools provide academic advantages or no advantages to students? This talk will review the existing empirical evidence on single sex schooling, and provide theoretical rationales for the value of single sex schools, especially in the public sector among at risk youth. Feat...
Browse by Subject
Browse by Department
- Administration, Leadership, and Technology
- Applied Psychology
- Art and Art Professions
- Communicative Sciences and Disorders
- Humanities and Social Sciences in the Professions
- Media, Culture, and Communication
- Music and Performing Arts Professions
- Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Teaching and Learning