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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
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
NYU Steinhardt's Partnership Schools Initiative in Teacher Education, Joseph McDonald, Professor of Teaching and Learning
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
Dance Education: A Partnership with NYU & ABT
Students in the NYU Dance Education Master's Degree: ABT Ballet Pedagogy concentration talk about their experience.
Why Teaching Dance is Important
Students in the NYU Dance Education Master's program talk about why dance is important as an educational tool, and for society in general. http://www.steinhardt.nyu.edu/2013-danceed
Prepare to Teach in New York City at NYU Steinhardt
Students in the NYU Teacher Education M.A. programs talk about the advantages of studying in a diverse, global urban setting and NYU's strengths.
Alan Ripp, Director of The Technical Assistance Center for Disproportionality, Metro Center for Urban Education
The Importance of Training Teachers to be Culturally Aware in Today's Multicultural Classroom
Dr Raymond Pecheone, Executive Director of Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning and Equity on TPA
Dr. Pecheone presents on the policy and national context of Teaching Performance Assessment (TPA), including its design principles, educative value and implementation structure. PowerPoint: https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/steinhardt/pdfs/NY_Deans_TPA_overview_6_22_12.pdf June 20, 2012 at the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture
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
Educating the 21st Century Child
More information at: steinhardt.nyu.edu/schn/EducatorsSummit
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
ECT/ DMDL Doctoral Fireside Chat: Dr. Edith Ackermann
Dr. Edith Ackermann is an Honorary Professor of Psychology at the University of Aix-Marseille, France, and is a Visiting Scientist at the MIT School of Architecture. She coaches graduate students and consults for companies, institutions, and organizations interested in the intersections between learning, teaching, design, and digital technologies.
Bettina Aptheker on Child Abuse, An Interview by Robert Cohen and Fred Kaeser
Bettina Aptheker on Child Abuse: Full-Length Interview by Robert Cohen and Fred Kaeser
An Overview of the Undergraduate Science Education Program
Professor Pamela Fraser-Abder gives an overview of the Undergraduate Science Education program at NYU Steinhardt.
An Overview of the Clinically Rich Integrated Science Program by Professor Pamela Fraser-Abder
Professor Pamela Fraser-Abder, director of the Science Education Program, gives an overview of the new CRISP M.A. program at NYU Steinhardt.
The Successful Capstone Process in the M.A. Program in Higher Education and Student Affairs
Daniel Choi takes M.A. students in Higher Education and Student Affairs through the Capstone process of writing your professional philosophy statement and developing your ePortfolio.
Jan Plass - Enhancing Learning in STEME
Jan Plass discusses his work and research in how to enhance learning for students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Environmental education
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
Parent Power: A Film by Norm Fruchter and Jose Gonzalez, Produced by the Annenberg Institute