Videos

Mitchell Nathan Discusses CareerLocker

March 7, 2016

Mitchell J. Nathan is professor of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he directs the Center on Education and Work. Here he talks about CareerLocker, which helps educators and career development practitioners with program evaluation, qualitative and quantitative research, professional development training, and career resources.


Video Presentation: Research-Practice Partnerships, Lessons from MSAN’s Madeline Hafner

January 27, 2016

“Engaging in Research-Practice Partnerships: Lessons Learned from the MSAN Consortium,” presented by Madeline Hafner, MSAN Executive Director


Video Presentation: Teacher Participation in the Development of Instructional Resources

December 1, 2015

Teacher Participation in the Development of Instructional Resources


Video Presentation: Latino Parents’ Aspirations for Their Children from Carmen Valdez

October 26, 2015

“Latino Parents’ Aspirations for Their Children in the Context of Immigration Climate and Authorization Status,” with Carmen Valdez


Supporting Young English Learners and Their Teachers

October 21, 2015

Celia Genishi, Professor Emerita of Education, Teachers College, Columbia University presents “‘My Mommy Doesn’t Speak English’: Supporting Young English Learners and Their Teachers”


Cultivating Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

October 6, 2015

“Cultivating Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: How Teaching with Empathy Can Improve Learning for Diverse Students”


Video Presentation: What is Wisconsin’s Workforce Skills Gap?

September 28, 2015

“What is Wisconsin’s Workforce Skills Gap?” with Matthew T. Hora


Video Presentation: WCER Support for WI Educator Effectiveness System

July 13, 2015

“WCER Involvement with the Design, Development and Testing of Wisconsin’s Educator Effectiveness System,” with Steve Kimball and Brad Carl


Video Presentation: Infinite Opportunities for Math Learning in Four-Year-Old Kindergarten

June 15, 2015

“I Only Teach Dinosaurs How to Fly”: Infinite Opportunities for Math Learning in Four-Year-Old Kindergarten with Beth Graue and Anita Wager


Video Presentation: Scaling-up Self-Affirmation to Narrow Achievement Gaps

May 18, 2015

“Scaling-up Self-Affirmation to Narrow Achievement Gaps: The Madison Writing and Achievement Project,” with Geoffrey D. Borman


(Re)Imagining First Grade

April 29, 2015

(Re)Imagining First Grade: Perspectives from a Texas School Serving Children of Latina/o Immigrants with Jennifer Keys Adair


Eric Knuth: PI Interview

March 4, 2015

Professor of Mathematics, Curriculum & Instruction, and Educational Psychology


Anita Wager: PI Interview

March 3, 2015

Assistant Professor, Curriculum & Instruction


Equity-Minded Public School Reform

February 27, 2015

“Equity-Minded Public School Reform: How Mandated Private Service Providers Impact Students, Teaching and the Democracy of Education”


Jerlando F. L. Jackson: PI Interview

February 10, 2015

Vilas Distinguished Professor of Higher Education, Director of Wei LAB