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On The Power And Promise Of Black Women And Girls

Join the authors of the Black Agenda: Bold Solutions for a Broken System book for an overdue conversation around how to enact lasting and meaningful change rooted in racial justice.

Areas of Study: Education

Culturally Responsive Sustaining Education (CRSE) Curriculum Scorecard National Training: Part III

Join the Education Justice Research and Organizing Collaborative (EJ-ROC) at NYU Metro Center for an interactive and transformative professional learning experience that will prepare you to use…

Areas of Study: Education

#NYUSteinhardt23 Student Spotlight: 2022-2023 Graduation Student Speakers

NYU Steinhardt's graduation student speakers, representing bachelor's, master's, and doctoral graduates from across the School, share their reflections on their time at NYU Steinhardt.

Areas of Study: Education Health

2023 Doctoral Convocation Dorothy Height Awardee: Carmen Guillén Fariña (BS ’65)

Carmen Fariña is the former chancellor of the New York City Department of Education and Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award winner.
Areas of Study: Education

Researchers Launch Database with New Classification System for Minority-Serving Institutions in US

The MSI Data Project seeks to counter inaccurate and inconsistent MSI data used by federal agencies and researchers.
Areas of Study: Education

Promoting Integration and Equity in Schools

Matt Gonzales, director of EJ-ROC, seeks to improve educational justice through research and community action.
Areas of Study: Education

Five Faculty Receive Steinhardt’s Teaching Excellence Award

The Award honors outstanding teaching effectiveness both in and out of the classroom.
Areas of Study: Education

How Do I Know What All My Students Know?

This course focuses on assessment as an integral dimension of teaching and learning. Our goals are to examine the role of assessment in designing and implementing IEPs for students with disabilities, and apply evidence-based assessment practices to address learning outcomes and enhance understanding for all students. This course encourages interns to examine the uncertainty that lies at the heart of teaching- and to identify practices that promote equitable learning opportunities for all.

How Do I Make a Difference and Build Leadership through Participatory Action Research?

This culminating module focuses on a year-long participatory action research (PAR) journey. PAR is characterized by a collaborative process of inquiry and action for change in response to organizational or community challenges. Interns engage in a cycle of inquiry that|focuses on the process of designing- creating- implementing- and practice radical listening- and being mindful learners and leaders. Interns are encouraged to reflect on the process and how it helped them develop student leadership- advocacy and voice as leaders.

How Can I Teach Literacy Throughout Development?

This module focuses on the development of literacy in middle childhood and the ways teachers can facilitate this development. We examine the theoretical and practical issues with an emphasis on developing academic competence. Literacy is explored as a cross-|disciplinary tool for thinking- learning and doing. Students learn how students acquire increasing control over the demands of language in ever-expanding social and academic contexts- how the practices of schooling can support multiple literacies- how to observe processes- and to use this data to inform instruction.
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