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Bank Street Annual Fund 2009-2010
Video published on November 7, 2009

In 2007, I interviewed Faculty of the Bank Street School for Children who had also graduated from the Bank Street College of Education Graduate program. Here they are talking about their experience teaching at the School For Children. - Christopher Ming Ryan, Parent of Bank Street SFC kids.

No Child Left Bilingual Part II
Video published on May 17, 2007

Here we see the reactions of teachers after the ELA test was administered. This is part II of my understanding of how NCLB is affecting teachers and students in elementary bilingual/dual language schools in New York. (I used this imovie to discuss these important issues with my colleagues and students at Bank Street College of Education.)

No Child Left Bilingual Part I
Video published on May 17, 2007

(First of two videos.) This is my understanding of how NCLB is affecting teachers and students in elementary bilingual/dual language schools in New York. (I used this imovie to discuss these important issues with my colleagues and students at Bank Street College of Education.)

SFK's "One World. Every Child" Stan Chu part 9 of 13
Video published on June 10, 2008

Stan Chu - Director, General Teacher Education Program, Bank Street College of Education. Stan Chu is the primary liaison between Bank Street College of Education and 31 schools with program advisees. Stan spoke as part of the Forum day at sfk's "One World. Every Child" 3-day launch event hosted by Donna Karan's Urban Zen Foundation at the Stephen Weiss Gall

Growing Culturally Welcoming and Validating Programs: Session 2: Assessing the Climate and the Soil
Video published on September 25, 2009

The second of a three-part series, this webinar provides strategies and tools for mapping the cultures represented in programs and communities. Recorded 9/23/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory) and Bank Street College of Education. 73 minutes.

Introduction to the CNCS/LEARNS Web-Based Tutor Training
Video published on September 25, 2009

Designed for new staff members of tutoring, literacy, and homework help programs, this webinar serves as an introduction to and tour of the CNCS/LEARNS Web-Based Tutor Training online course. Recorded 8/20/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory) and Bank Street College of Education. 48 minutes.

Saying Goodbye
Video published on September 25, 2009

As the school year draws to a close, many national service volunteers are also completing their tutoring and mentoring sessions with students. The end of the year is often a difficult time for children saying goodbye and separating from classmates, teachers, mentors and tutors can be stressful. This webinar talks about how to deal with separation behaviors,

Peer Mentoring: Recruiting, Training, and Ensuring Longevity
Video published on September 25, 2009

This one-hour session is presented by Tina Christensen, program director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Rochester (NY), one of the nations leading peer mentoring programs. Tinas peer mentoring model has produced a number of compelling positive outcomes for youth. She shares her advice on how to effectively structure program services, and provides a n

Creative Recruitment
Video published on September 25, 2009

Understand the guiding principles of volunteer recruitment, learn how to identify a target audience for your recruitment efforts, become familiar with various recruitment strategies, and gain ideas for recruiting more male volunteers. Recorded 8/12/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory) and Ban

Mentoring 101
Video published on September 25, 2009

Review the principles of quality mentoring, including the definition of a mentor, developmental relationships, elements of effective programs, and key resources for program success. Recorded 3/7/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory) and Bank Street College of Education. 65 minutes.

"This Is How We Do" The Hip Hop Academy Academic Year 06-07
Video published on August 5, 2007

The Hip Hop Academy is an afterschool program that teaches high school students in the New York City area how to express themselves artistically by producing, writing and recording their own original hip-hop music. It is run in conjunction with the Liberty LEADS program and is housed in the Bank Street College of Education in Morningside Heights, Manhattan.

Introduction to LEARNS Resources and Services
Video published on September 25, 2009

Learn about resources and services available from LEARNS, including print materials, instructional tools, key web resources, and one-on-one assistance. This webinar is designed for new programs or staff who focus on youth development, mentoring, tutoring, or out-of-school time. Recorded 2/27/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northw

Growing Culturally Welcoming and Validating Programs: Session 1: Laying the Foundation
Video published on September 25, 2009

The first of a three-part series, this webinar discusses the importance of creating culturally welcoming and validating programs. It focuses on envisioning what such programs look like and exploring guiding principles for creating them. Recorded 9/10/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory) and B

Eileen's graduation speech
Video published on June 5, 2009

My graduation speech at Bank Street College of Education! May 21st, 2009 at Riverside Church. Filmed by Ben Coccio, thanks!

Thedora K Sklover 1st 1 2 hr & James K Watkins 06 14 85 Original air date You Tube Compression
Video published on June 7, 2009

Theodora K. Sklover; Ex-Film Aide Was 53 Published: Wednesday, May 13, 1992 New York Times Theodora K. Sklover, a former director of the Governor's Office of Motion Picture and Television Development who worked to broaden public access to film and television, died May 11 at her home in Manhattan. She was 53 years old. Ms. Sklover died as a result of jumping

Growing Culturally Welcoming and Validating Programs: Session 3: Training Staff and Volunteers
Video published on September 25, 2009

The third of a three-part series, this webinar covers communicating priorities and goals around cultural inclusion to staff and volunteers, and training them to honor and promote a welcoming environment. Recorded 9/30/08 by LEARNS, a partnership of Education Northwest (formerly Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory) and Bank Street College of Education.

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