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Sharrock, Emily; Parkerson, Courtney – Bank Street College of Education, 2020
This report asserts that every child--regardless of race, income, or opportunity--should have consistent access to high-quality learning experiences from birth and provides a roadmap toward change at scale, including the development of residency programs and improved compensation for the infant/toddler workforce.
Descriptors: Infants, Toddlers, Preschool Children, Child Care
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Boldt, Gail, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2019
Issue 41 of Bank Street's Occasional Paper Series features a collection of papers by authors with a shared affinity for the work of critical mathematical inquiry (CMI). Essays in this issue include: (1) Teaching for Social Justice through Critical Mathematical Inquiry (Steven Greenstein and Mark Russo); (2) Re-designing Mathematics Education for…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Inquiry, Social Justice, Mathematics Activities
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Boldt, Gail, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2019
Much of the policy-and practice-focused research on infant-toddler care and education has been concerned with the issue of program quality. That is, what elements constitute a quality program for infants and toddlers that ensures their ongoing developmental success? Researchers have sought to identify the structural and process indicators…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Infants, Toddlers, Early Childhood Education
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Silin, Jonathan, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2018
In this issue of the Occasional Paper Series describes practices and policies that impact the early schooling of children of immigrants in the United States. The authors consider the intersectionality of young children's lives and what needs to change in order to ensure that race, class, immigration status, gender, and dis/ability can effectively…
Descriptors: Young Children, Immigrants, Educational Policy, Educational Practices
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Boldt, Gail, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2018
This issue of the "Bank Street Occasional Paper Series" seeks to grapple with the complexity of patriotism, particularly in relation to its workings in the lives of teachers and students in schools. Like it or not, schools teach (about) patriotism implicitly if not explicitly. Therefore, much consideration needs to go into what schools…
Descriptors: Patriotism, Teaching Methods, Citizenship Education, Nationalism
Linville, Darla, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2017
Educators concerned with social justice are working in very different social and legal contexts than when they first began to take up the issue of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) lives in the school and the curriculum. The growing number of countries that have legalized same-sex marriage, the recent US Supreme Court…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity
Valente, Joseph Michael, Ed.; Danforth, Scot, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2016
This issue of the Occasional Papers Series aims to draw attention to the use of storytelling as a medium for provoking dialogue about inclusive classrooms and school communities. It offers readers stories of classroom life that provide insights into understanding the complexities that make up the lives of children with disabilities, their…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Teaching Methods, Inclusion, Disabilities
Silin, Jonathan, Ed.; Moore, Meredith, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2016
Confirmation of the current enthusiasm for re-visioning progressive education arrived in inboxes this fall when the Bank Street College of Education received more submissions for this issue than for any other in the journal's 17-year history. From these the editors have selected a range of essays that reflect pre-kindergarten through high-school…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Progressive Education, Teaching Methods, Play
Stearns, Clio; Grumet, Madeleine; Lensmire, Timothy; Pitt, Alice – Bank Street College of Education, 2015
We all want children to become engaged and enthusiastic readers. Yet teachers are often challenged by students who, because of histories with a standardized and irrelevant curriculum, poor pedagogy, or unique learning styles, have become alienated from the written word. Impatient with teachers' ignorance and desiring to be liberated from…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Teaching Methods, Reading Instruction, Grade 5
Sunday, Kris, Ed.; McClure, Marissa, Ed.; Schulte, Christopher, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2015
This issue explores the nature of childhood by offering selections that re/imagine the idea of the child as art maker; inquire about the relationships between children and adults when they are making art; and investigate how physical space influences approaches to art instruction. Readers are invited to join a dialogue that questions long-standing…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Art, Art Education, Play
Altman, Roberta, Ed.; Stires, Susan, Ed.; Weseen, Susan, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2015
Each of the papers in this collection offers a much-needed antidote to the forces that disconnect educators from the places in which they teach, learn, and live. Together, they provide an opportunity to reflect on the power of place in education. This issue offers an opportunity--an invitation--to embrace all that the places both in and outside…
Descriptors: Place Based Education, Fantasy, Childrens Literature, Museums
Teitle, Jennifer, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2015
This issue of "Bank Street Occasional Papers" explores the value of time outside of school. Educators have given relatively little scholarly attention to young people's nonschool lives. Ignored or valorized, nonschool spaces show up in educational research only as a backdrop, implying that school learning is the yardstick by which to…
Descriptors: Informal Education, Family Environment, Asian Culture, Foreign Countries
Raider-Roth, Miriam, Ed.; Silin, Jonathan, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2015
This issue is a Festschrift in honor of Harriet K. Cuffaro, a Bank Street College faculty member from 1968-1998. A Festschrift--a volume reflecting the values, theories, and passions of a senior scholar in a field--seeks to offer scholarship that builds on these contributions. Harriet Cuffaro has touched and shaped more lives of teachers,…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Early Childhood Education, Teaching Methods, Decision Making
Freidus, Helen, Ed.; Welsh Kruger, Mollie, Ed.; Goss, Steven, Ed. – Bank Street College of Education, 2015
In this issue of the Occasional Paper Series, the authors reimagine progressive pedagogy within the framework of digital pedagogy and online practice. The issue begins with "Notes from the Special Issue Editors," Helen Freidus, Mollie Welsh Kruger & Steven Goss. In the first set of essays, "Inside the Online Classroom," the…
Descriptors: Progressive Education, Constructivism (Learning), Electronic Learning, Preservice Teacher Education
Bank Street College of Education, 2012
Guest editors Gail Boldt and William Ayers have asked 14 leading educators to address the politics of the teacher accountability movement in America. Who benefits and who is hurt? What is gained and what is lost? How can we move forward with a more hopeful and inclusive vision of our educational future? All of the contributors are motivated by an…
Descriptors: Politics of Education, Accountability, Teacher Effectiveness, Educational Change
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