‘Three Things’ video series highlights UW–Madison faculty and staff research

August 4, 2020   |   By Sarah Archibald, UW-Madison School of Education

From UW-Madison School of Education

Two groups in the School of Education are teaming up to share information from their on-campus colleagues with the broader, off-campus community.

The Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative and Everyday Academics are producing short videos that highlight UW–Madison researchers, faculty, staff, and students who share a few of the guiding principles about their work.

So far, there are 12 videos in the “Three Things” series. The videos include information about the arts, bilingualism, teaching math, hip-hop pedagogy, digital learning, and more.

A new project on campus, Everyday Academics works to bridge the communication gap between UW–Madison researchers and the community by sharing information and expertise in easily accessible ways.

The Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative (WEC) conducts and supports program evaluations and projects within the preK-12 education system through partnerships with school districts, professional associations, state agencies, education-based community organizations, and Cooperative Educational Service Agencies (CESAs).

Both WEC and Everyday Academics are housed within the Wisconsin Center for Education Research. Their work on this project is supported by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.