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Educator Resources

Explore the knowledge base, professional development opportunities, and resources for teaching and learning developed by Bank Street educators and researchers.

Conferences & Institutes
Include a diverse schedule of educator-focused programs focused on a range of critical issues in education today, including the Infancy Institute, Safe and Sound Schools Conference, and Language Series

School-Based Professional Development
Offering on-site trainings and consultation tailored to support the ongoing professional and leadership development of educators in all settings.

Curricular Resources
Providing a wide range of learner-centered materials developed by Bank Street educators that teachers can put to use in classrooms and other settings. Examples include a Literacy Guide and Pre-K Resources.

Institutional Research Review Board
A Bank Street committee that reviews proposed research studies to ensure the safety of participating individuals.

Tiorati Science Program for Schools
A professional development program that supports districts, schools, and teachers in designing learning experiences that bridge the classroom and the natural environment.

Saturday Math
A group of New York City educators meet four times each year to explore their own mathematical thinking and discuss issues related to teaching and learning mathematics.

Publications
Scholarship in the field of education published by Graduate School faculty and alumni.


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Translational Child Development

Bringing theories of child development to life to inform classroom practice
This guide, Translating Child Development: Bringing theories of child development to life to inform classroom practice, offers a menu of options that faculty can use, build on, and revise in teaching child development. It begins with an exercise designed to help students uncover their assumptions about children. It then introduces Bank Street College’s developmental interaction approach as an underlying
framework. The remaining sections correspond to three themes that categorize what teachers should know about child development. Specific knowledge within those themes will change but the basic content areas are central to a course in child development. Note that all activities address the construction of knowledge and the uncovering of assumptions that can interfere with new knowledge.

Nancy Nager, Ph.D., Bank Street College of Education, Spring 2018

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Kids in Library

Snapshots of Practice

Bank Street’s Snapshots of Practice series explores our work in schools, communities, and right here at Bank Street through multiple lenses. Each snapshot provides a window into an aspect of our practice in order to share insight into our approach to engaging with educators, families, students, and children.
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Social Justice & Equity Resources

This guide has been created for the Bank Street College community. It’s purpose is to help with research on the topic of diversity in the following areas: Culture, ethnicity, and race; disabilities; gender; immigration; intersectionality; LGBTQIA+; religion and spirituality; and socio-economics and class.
Social Justice & Equity Resources