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Indiana University School of Education
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This podcast features news and highlights of the people, the research, and the events going on at the IU School of Education. Videos cover a variety of topics, including current events and guest speakers. Check back, because it is updated frequently!

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1.Project-based learning workshop at Ben Davis H.S.00:04:01IU School of Education8/5/2010For the second straight year the IU School of Education at IUPUI, the University of Indianapolis and its Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (CELL), and the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township co-sponsored a project-based learning workshop. The workshop, titled "Learning by Doing: Project-Based Learning Institute" attracted participants from around Indiana, but also Michigan, Ohio, and as far away as Utah to Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis on June 28 through July 1.School of EducationEnglishDownload
2.Gary-McCullough Math Camp00:04:37IU School of Education8/5/2010Faculty, staff, and graduate students from the IU School of Education held a summer math camp for selected students at Frankie Woods McCullough Girls Academy in Gary in June, 2010. McCullough and the Dr. Bernard C. Watson Academy for Boys have partnered for 3 years with the IU School of Education to provide continuing professional development for teachers and student enrichment opportunities. This is part of an ongoing collaboration with the Gary Community School Corporation (GCSC).School of EducationEnglishDownload
3.Junior Rocket Design Agency00:04:05IU School of Education8/5/2010The Junior Rocket Design Agency (JRDA) is a four-week camp at 6 Indianapolis community centers that involves between 15 and nearly 40 youths from 4th through 6th grade, designed to promote math, science, teamwork and other skills. It’s the creation of Jomo Mutegi, associate professor of science education, and Crystal Hill, assistant professor of math education at the IU School of Education in Indianapolis. In summer 2010 around 150 participated in the second annual JRDA program.School of EducationEnglishDownload
4.The High School Survey of Student Engagement00:04:33IU School of Education6/9/2010The most recent results from the annual High School Survey of Student Engagement (HSSSE) closely resemble past findings, reflecting bored students who say they are not connected to their school. The survey asked more than 42,000 high school students about their thoughts, beliefs and perceptions in 2009. The 2009 survey conducted by the Indiana University Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP) in the IU School of Education covered 103 schools in 27 states.School of EducationEnglishDownload
5.Kids' Inquiry Conference at IUPUI00:04:45IU School of Education6/9/2010On May 17, 2010, 250 students from Indianapolis Public Schools and the Indianapolis Project School came to the IU School of Education at IUPUI for the first annual "Kids Inquiry Conference." School of Education faculty worked with teachers and students at the schools over months to develop plans and facilitate students examining science projects of their choice using an inquiry method. This video takes you to the concluding conference.School of EducationEnglishDownload
6.Greene County MAPP Extended00:03:40IU School of Education6/9/2010The Indiana Department of Education is providing more than a million dollars over three years to continue the Greene County Math Advancement Partnership Project (Greene MAPP). The collaboration of the IU School of Education, the IU Math Department and five school corporations in Greene County is concluding the original two-year grant focused on helping K-6 teachers learn new techniques for teaching math. Teachers and IU faculty explain how its expanded methods for Greene County math teachers.School of EducationEnglishDownload
7.Mind the (Other) Gap00:04:53IU School of Education2/9/2010A new report from the Indiana University Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP) finds that achievement gaps among high ability students from different economic, racial and linguistic backgrounds in the U.S. are large and growing, and some of the top achieving groups aren't performing as well as in the past. These are highlights from a briefing the report’s authors conducted at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on February 4.School of EducationEnglishDownload
8.Overview of Sankore Vanguard00:06:53IU School of Education2/9/2010Sankoré Vanguard is an organization for adolescent African American men, designed to prepare young men for responsibility and leadership in African American communities. Established by Associate Professor of Science Education Jomo Mutegi, the organization places special emphasis on leadership in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Each summer Sankoré Vanguard hosts a four-week training session for young men who will be entering the 8th grade.This video gives an overview.School of EducationEnglishDownload
9.Mind the (Other) Gap National Press Club Briefing00:47:41IU School of Education2/9/2010A new report from the Indiana University Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP) finds that achievement gaps among high ability students from different economic, racial and linguistic backgrounds in the U.S. are large and growing, and some of the top achieving groups aren't performing as well as in the past. This video is the entire briefing the report’s authors conducted at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on February 4.School of EducationEnglishDownload
10.NSSE 10th Anniversary Symposium: panel on the future of student engagement01:06:27IU School of Education11/30/2009To celebrate its 10th year milestone anniversary, the National Survey of Student Engagement hosted an invitational symposium, “Student Engagement and Educational Quality: An Agenda for the Next Decade,” October 24 and 25, 2009 in Indianapolis. This is video of a panel titled, “The Future of Student Engagement,” moderated by Vasti Torres, Associate Professor, Indiana University School of Education. Panelists are Adrianna Kezar, and Shaun Harper.School of EducationEnglishDownload
11.NSSE 10th Anniversary Symposium: national discourse panel01:25:43IU School of Education11/30/2009To celebrate its 10th year milestone anniversary, the National Survey of Student Engagement hosted an invitational symposium, “Student Engagement and Educational Quality: An Agenda for the Next Decade,” October 24 and 25, 2009 in Indianapolis. This is video of a panel titled, “Student Engagement in the National Discourse on Assessment and Accountability.” The moderator is Douglas Bennett. Panelists are Molly Corbett Broad, Muriel Howard, Stan Ikenberry, and David Paris.School of EducationEnglishDownload
12.Opening Session of NSSE 10th Anniversary Symposium video01:38:00IU School of Education11/29/2009To celebrate its 10th year milestone anniversary, the National Survey of Student Engagement hosted an invitational symposium, “Student Engagement and Educational Quality: An Agenda for the Next Decade,” October 24 and 25, 2009 in Indianapolis. This is video of the opening plenary on the emergence of student engagement as a way to assess educational quality with Russ Edgerton, Peter Ewell, and George Kuh.School of EducationEnglishDownload
13.Opening Session of NSSE 10th Anniversary Symposium01:38:00IU School of Education11/20/2009To celebrate its 10th year milestone anniversary, the National Survey of Student Engagement hosted an invitational symposium, “Student Engagement and Educational Quality: An Agenda for the Next Decade,” October 24 and 25, 2009 in Indianapolis. This is audio of the opening plenary on the emergence of student engagement as a way to assess educational quality with Russ Edgerton, Peter Ewell, and George Kuh.School of EducationEnglishDownload
14.2009 School of Education Honors Day00:01:09IU School of Education11/10/2009The Indiana University School of Education paid tribute to the 200 recipients of scholarships and fellowships provided by the generosity of alumni and friends of the School of Education during the Honors Day ceremony held November 8. The event is also intended as a thank you to those who made those awards possible. In this short video, hear from Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, and award recipient Dan Bureau, speaking for the student recipients.School of EducationEnglishDownload
15.2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion, Part 2--standard quality00:55:27IU School of Education10/6/2009On Sept. 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU. This is part 2.School of EducationEnglishDownload
16.2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion, Part 1--standard quality01:03:00IU School of Education10/6/2009On Sept. 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU. This is part 1.School of EducationEnglishDownload
17.Highlights of 2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion00:07:06IU School of Education10/3/2009On September 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU.School of EducationEnglishDownload
18.2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion, Part 2 -low res00:55:27IU School of Education10/3/2009On September 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU. This is part 2School of EducationEnglishDownload
19.2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion, Part 1 (low res)01:03:00IU School of Education10/3/2009On September 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU. This is part 1.School of EducationEnglishDownload
20.2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion, Part 200:55:27IU School of Education10/1/2009On September 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU. This is part 2.School of EducationEnglishDownload
21.2009 School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion, Part 101:03:00IU School of Education9/25/2009On September 22, the annual School of Education Alumni Panel Discussion featured a lively exchange about proposed changes in teacher and administrator licensure. Panelists were Tony Bennett, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Indiana, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez, Diana Lambdin, the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Professor of Teacher Education, Nicole Law, Principal at Garden City Elementary, and Jonathan Plucker, Director of the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at IU. This is part one oSchool of EducationEnglishDownload
22.Annual Recognition Dinner00:03:24IU School of Education9/16/2009The IU School of Education Honored the three latest recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award on Friday, September 11, as well as the recipient of the Robert H. Shaffer Distinguished Alumni Award from the Higher Education and Student Affairs Department. The School also introduced the new Otting Chair in Special Education. Hear from the honorees in this short video. More about the event can be found at http://education.indiana.edu/news_detail/tabid/10308/Default.aspx?xmid=2210.School of EducationEnglishDownload
23.Math Matters in Southeastern Indiana00:07:44IU School of Education8/13/2009Fifty-six teachers from 11 counties came to Columbus, IN during June and July to take part in “Math Matters in Southeastern Indiana,” a workshop developed by an Indiana University School of Education professor. The workshops presented ways for teachers to use project-based learning—a method which engages students in learning subject matter through work on a project. Catherine Brown, professor of mathematics education developed Math Matters. See highlights of the workshop in this short video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
24.Learning by Doing: PBL Workshop00:03:12IU School of Education7/16/2009June 30 through July 1, Learning by Doing: Project-based Learning Institute for Middle and High School Educators” was sponsored by IUPUI, UIndy and its Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning, and the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. The idea came from Beth Berghoff, graduate chair and associate professor of language education, and Joy Seybold, director of the Transition to Teaching program and chair of secondary teacher education at the IU School of Education at IUPUI.School of EducationEnglishDownload
25.Coaching up Math00:04:39IU School of Education5/2/2009A team from the IU School of Education is working with colleagues from the IU Math Department to help elementary teachers in Greene County, Indiana become more comfortable teaching higher-level math concepts, particularly algebra. The Greene County Math Advancement Partnership Project (Greene MAPP) is in the midst of a two-year effort to help teachers in five school corporations. The project involves monthly sessions and a roaming “math coach” who helps teachers in the classroom.School of EducationEnglishDownload
26.Exemplary work and more conference00:05:03IU School of Education4/9/2009The Indiana Student Education Association (ISEA) hosted its Spring professional development conference, “Looking at Exemplary Work & More!” on Friday, March 27, at the IU School of Education Wright Building. The conference was designed to show some of the best work of School of Education teacher education students and give other students an idea of what kind of work they should do to succeed in the program. Here are some highlights.School of EducationEnglishDownload
27.Helping Latino newcomers to Southern Indiana schools00:05:01IU School of Education2/21/2009Dean of the IU School of Education Gerardo Gonzalez recently spoke to a group of Latino parents at Huntingburg Elementary School, sharing his experiences as an immigrant student from Cuba and about preparing students for college. He spoke to a meeting organized by the Southwest Dubois County School Corporation and the Southern Indiana Education Center. In this short video, speaks to community members and education officials trying to assist newcomers to this Southern Indiana school system.School of EducationEnglishDownload
28.IU and Ivy Tech announce articulation on elementary education credits00:01:25IU School of Education2/9/2009On February 10, 2009, Indiana University and Ivy Tech State College announced the completion of a statewide articulation agreement. It will allow credits toward an elementary education degree to transfer from any Ivy Tech campus to any IU campus. In this video from the announcement, the presidents of IU and Ivy Tech comment on the agreement. More details are available at http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/9847.html.School of EducationEnglishDownload
29.African American Read-In 200900:03:32IU School of Education2/2/2009Around 150 Bloomington high school and IU students participated in the 7th annual African-American Read-In at Indiana University on February 2, 2009. This short video presents highlights from original works read by the authors. Assistant professor in the department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, Stephanie Carter, organizes the event at IU. The national African-American Read-In started in 1990 as a project of the black caucus of the National Council of Teachers of English.School of EducationEnglishDownload
30.Going the extra mile: honoring a teacher who nurtured a student and a family through a tough time00:04:58IU School of Education1/19/2009When a grade school student at Brooks School Elementary in Fishers, Indiana became gravely ill in 2007, the school's faculty stepped up to help support the family. But the student's home room teacher, a graduate of the IU School of Education, did more than most. In this short video, see why the family is honoring the teacher with a permanent scholarship in her name at the IU School of Education.School of EducationEnglishDownload
31.Outreach Welcome (lower resolution)00:01:49IU School of Education1/12/2009The co-chairs if IUSPA Outreach 09 welcome you to the upcoming Outreach and explain a little about the IU program.School of EducationEnglishDownload
32.Indiana K-12 Public Opinion Survey00:03:47IU School of Education1/7/2009The sixth annual Public Opinion Survey on K-12 Education in Indiana by the Center for Evaluation & Education Policy (CEEP) at the IU School of Education reveals the public ranks education as its top policy issue. The survey gauged the attitudes and perceptions of a representative sample of Hoosiers on key educational issues. In this short video, survey co-author Terry Spradlin elaborates on the results. Read more about the findings at http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/9568.html.School of EducationEnglishDownload
33.Outreach Welcome00:01:49IU School of Education12/15/2008The co-chairs if IUSPA Outreach 09 welcome you to the upcoming Outreach and explain a little about the IU program.School of EducationEnglishDownload
34.Woodrow Wilson teaching fellowship at School of Education at IUPUI00:01:52IU School of Education12/10/2008This video gives a glimpse of the drive behind the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship at the School of Education at IUPUI. IUPUI and other participating universities will introduce new curriculum and outcome measures anchored by supervised clinical experience. Fellows will be supported by a $30,000 stipend for a 1 year Masters program. Program officer Connie Bond speaks about her experience as a Los Angeles teacher and why she thinks the Wilson Fellowship is unique.School of EducationEnglishDownload
35.Introduction to the HESA Doctoral Program00:11:41IU School of Education11/23/2008This video provides an overview of the doctoral program in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the IU School of Education.School of EducationEnglishDownload
36.Deborah Meier deliver keynote address for IU School of Education 100th Anniversary dinner00:46:18IU School of Education11/18/2008The founder of the small schools movement in the U.S., Deborah Meier, delivered the keynote for a dinner marking the IU School of Education's 100th anniversary on November 16, 2008. Her ideas have heavily influenced schools across the country, including Bloomington’s Harmony School, where she is a Senior Advisor for New Initiatives. Meier’s books include The Power of their Ideas: Lessons for America from a Small School in Harlem. Here is her complete address.School of EducationEnglishDownload
37.100th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony00:00:00IU School of Education11/17/2008On November 17, 2008, the IU School of Education formally commemorated its 100th anniversary with a ceremony at the Wright Education Building in Bloomington. Here are highlights from the event.School of EducationEnglishDownload
38.Introduction to the HESA Master's Program00:10:04IU School of Education11/11/2008This video provides an overview of the master's program in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the IU School of Education.School of EducationEnglishDownload
39.Grant to aid Washington Community School Effort00:02:35IU School of Education11/2/2008The U.S. Department of Education has granted $2.45 million over five years for a full-service community school grant supporting partners at George Washington Community High School in Indianapolis, which includes the IU School of Education at IUPUI. The money will support the “Circle City Learning Community.” Monica Medina, lecturer in Teacher Education, will be the principal investigator for the grant. Hear from Medina and others in the partnership in this short video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
40.2008 Distinguished Alumni Award Winners00:02:39IU School of Education10/16/2008The Indiana University School of Education awarded its 31st annual Distinguished Alumni Awards on October 3rd to three alums who have made their mark on civil rights, higher education development, and unique methods of teaching, respectively. The awards honor those who hold an IU School of Education degree and have made a lasting impact through their work since leaving the School. You can hear from the award winners in this short video from the ceremony.School of EducationEnglishDownload
41.CEEP Sponsors State Superintendents Candidate `Debate00:02:09IU School of Education10/13/2008The candidates for the Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction faced off in a debate in Bloomington September 30. The Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at the Indiana University School of Education sponsored the debate. Republican Tony Bennett and Democrat Richard Wood answered questions from a panel of media and the audience. You can hear from each candidate as they spoke at the debate in this short video (video courtesy WTIU-TV).School of EducationEnglishDownload
42.IU School of Education Students Read for the Record00:02:03IU School of Education10/6/2008The Dean’s Advisory Council of the Indiana University School of Education sponsored Jumpstart’s local “Read for the Record” event at Fairview Elementary School in Bloomington on Thursday, October 2. The Dean’s Advisory Council is a student organization at the IU School of Education in Bloomington that regularly does outreach with local community and school groups. You can see more about the Read for the Record at Fairview in this short video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
43.School of Education Alumni Panel00:02:24IU School of Education10/5/2008Global Education was the topic of the Indiana University School of Education Alumni Association’s annual reception and panel discussion, held September 30 at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The topic was "Improving Indiana's Global Competitiveness: The Role of International Education." In this short video, hear how each panelist highlights thoughts about global education in Indiana and how the IU School of Education is addressing the issue through its teaching and research projects.School of EducationEnglishDownload
44.Two Million Minutes Debate01:29:01IU School of Education9/19/2008The executive producer of the provocative documentary about global education “Two Million Minutes” Robert Compton debated the findings of his film with Yong Zhao, Michigan State University Distinguished Professor and Director of the US-China Center for Research on Educational Excellence on September 15, 2008. Watch the first CEEP Policy Chat of the 2008-09 year in this video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
45.100th Annivesary--Alumni Share Memories of the School of Education00:02:39IU School of Education9/18/2008Alumni stop by our booth at the Indiana State Fair to share their memories of the School upon its 100th birthday!School of EducationEnglishDownload
46.Distinguished Alumni Award Winner Dennis Hayes00:06:18IU School of Education9/14/2008Dennis Hayes has served nearly a quarter-century at the NAACP as its general counsel. On October 3, he receives one of three Distinguished Alumni Awards from the School. In this short video, you hear Hayes describe coming to IU from a segregated high school, how he feels about the future of the issues the NAACP continues to focus upon, and what the School did for his career.School of EducationEnglishDownload
47.Group of Korean math educators visits IU to learn new practices00:03:48IU School of Education9/1/2008For the third year, the IU School of Education hosted a group of secondary math teachers from South Korea. Twenty-two teachers spent four weeks in a mathematics education training program from mid-July through mid-August. It’s part of a program the government in Korea sponsors to send math and science teachers across the United States to learn different methods of teaching. In this short video, the teacher speak about their experience with U.S. teaching and culture.School of EducationEnglishDownload
48.Secondary Urban Educators Extended Profile00:08:13IU School of Education8/23/2008This is an extended video about the student group “Secondary Urban Educators” at the IU School of Education at IUPUI. You’ll see how secondary education majors worked with teens from the Hawthorne Community Center in Indianapolis this summer and hear about the group’s goals and purpose.School of EducationEnglishDownload
49.School of Education student named to Higher Education Commission00:03:41IU School of Education7/27/2008Indiana governor Mitch Daniels has named a doctoral student in the IU School of Education to serve on the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Clayton Slaughter, a doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program who also holds a degree from the IU School of Law, has just started a two-year term that will expire on June 30, 2010. Slaughter speaks about his appointment in this video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
50.MCCSC Early College High School Kickoff Picnic at IU School of Education00:01:45IU School of Education7/24/2008On July 16, participants in the new Monroe County Community School Corporation’s Early College High School program came to the IU School of Education for a kickoff picnic. High school freshmen can take coursework for dual credit at Ivy Tech and Indiana University starting this fall. Students can complete significant degree hours before ever stepping onto a college campus. In this short video, you’ll see how participants celebrated with hamburgers, hot dogs, and dancing!School of EducationEnglishDownload
51.Secondary Urban Educators student group partners with Indianapolis youth00:03:15IU School of Education7/17/2008The student group “Secondary Urban Educators” at the IU School of Education at IUPUI is conducting the Summer Civic Program. Secondary education majors are spending a couple of months with teens from the Hawthorne Community Center in Indianapolis. The students come to campus to get more information about college, and the IUPUI secondary educators work with them on achieving their goals. Hear from the IUPUI students in this short video and see their work in action.School of EducationEnglishDownload
52.Gary Teachers "Power Up" on Science00:05:39IU School of Education7/12/2008The Center for P-16 Research and Collaboration is administering “Power Up for Science,” a partnership with Gary Community Schools. Under the direction of Associate Professor of Science Education Gayle Buck, seminars began earlier in the year with upper elementary and middle school science teachers to enhance instruction. In this short video, you’ll see the teachers during their 4-day seminar on the IU-Bloomington campus focusing on earthquakes, but also working on new lesson plans they’re develoSchool of EducationEnglishDownload
53.Dedication of Flower Bed to Professor Kipchoge Kirkland00:07:35IU School of Education6/15/2008This short video is of the ceremony on June 12, 2008, marking the dedication of the Kipchoge N. Kirkland Memorial Garden, just in front of the School of Education Wright Building main entrance. Professor Kirkland, an assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, died at age 34, March 18, 2005.School of EducationEnglishDownload
54.South Bend School Announces Early College High School Plans; School of Education a Partner00:03:00IU School of Education6/12/2008University Dean of the School of Education Gerardo Gonzalez took part in South Bend Community School Corporation’s announcement of a National Governors Association Early College Planning Grant on May 30. The grant goes for the Riley Early College High School. The Center for Research and P-16 Collaboration at the School of Education is a partner along with IU South Bend, Ivy Tech South Bend, the South Bend Community School Corporation, and the City of South Bend.School of EducationEnglishDownload
55.School of Education graduates find a home teaching on the reservation00:03:30IU School of Education5/23/2008A few of seven IU School of Education alumni teaching in Pinon, Arizona speak about their experiences as full-time teachers on the Navajo Reservation. Each won a full-time job after student teaching there through the school’s Cultural Immersion Projects (http://site.educ.indiana.edu/Default.aspx?alias=site.educ.indiana.edu/cultural). The American Indian Reservation Project sends student teachers to Navajo reservations in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah for 16 weeks.School of EducationEnglishDownload
56.Alumni Profile--Pat Wilson00:04:12IU School of Education5/22/2008Pat Wilson, chair of the social studies department at Bloomington North High School, earned the 2007 Outstanding Secondary Social Studies Teacher of the Year by the National Council for the Social Studies. She also teaches “Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies” as an adjunct instructor in the School of Education. In this short video, Wilson describes why social justice is as the center of what she does and why her students respond.School of EducationEnglishDownload
57.Teacher-Interns from School of Ed at IUPUI Get Experience at Washington Comm. School00:05:31IU School of Education4/26/2008Students at the IU School of Education at IUPUI get experience very early in their academic careers. In this short video, you’ll see how secondary education students get their first experience at George Washington Community School in Indianapolis. Washington Community School re-opened in 2000 with the help of 17 different entities at IUPUI. Student-interns work in the schools for 14 weeks each semester, experiencing an urban school environment and discussing their experiences in an on-site classSchool of EducationEnglishDownload
58.Serious Games00:03:18IU School of Education4/14/2008Researchers at the IU School of Education are studying how to take the decision-making and experiential learning of entertainment games and make games with education as the goal. In December, they invited middle schoolers into the School of Education in one of their regular sessions of observing how people play games.School of EducationEnglishDownload
59.Introduction to the School of Education at IU-Bloomington00:05:30IU School of Education4/13/2008In this short video, Dean Gerardo Gonzalez shows potential students for the School of Education at IU-Bloomington what the program is founded upon and what potential tracks of study are available.School of EducationEnglishDownload
60.Nevada Teacher of the Year, Alum from IU School of Education at IUPUI Speaks00:02:48IU School of Education4/12/2008Chad Hyatt, a 2002 grad of the IU School of Education at IUPUI, and the 2007 Nevada Teacher of the Year as selected by Wal-Mart and Sam's Club, recently spoke to the Secondary Urban Educators student group. In this short video, he speaks about his experience and how he became Teacher of the Year, just six years into his career.School of EducationEnglishDownload
61.Vicious Engine Deal Gives School of Ed Serious Game Designers Leg Up00:04:00IU School of Education3/29/2008The Indiana University School of Education has signed a contract with Vicious Cycle Software, Inc. to provide access to its game design software solution, called Vicious Engine, for students working on computer game design. Vicious Engine is a middleware solution, which allows designers to tie together software components and applications to develop games. Associate professor of Instructional Systems Technology Bob Appelman speaks about how the access will help his serious game designers.School of EducationEnglishDownload
62.Education Policy Chat--2008 Indiana General Assembly Wrap-up01:00:02IU School of Education3/29/2008State lawmakers spoke at IU on March 8th to discuss the impact of the just-completed Indiana General Assembly session on educational policy and practice. It is the final spring semester education policy chat presented by the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at the IU School of Education.School of EducationEnglishDownload
63.Moi University Professors at IU School of Education at IUPUI00:04:44IU School of Education3/21/2008Two professors from the Moi University School of Education came to Indiana last fall to learn methods for improving teacher preparation in Kenya. The IU School of Education at IUPUI has a continuing relationship with Moi University, located in Eldoret, Kenya. This enhances a longstanding IU partnership with the African nation. Hear more about the visit and the partnership in this short video. This visit occurred prior to the political violence that broke out in Eldoret and other Kenyan cities.School of EducationEnglishDownload
64.The Missing Male Teacher00:03:31IU School of Education2/28/2008School districts and teacher preparation programs should collaborate more and schools should promote gender equality and social justice to address the lack of male teachers in U.S. public schools according to a new Education Policy Brief from the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP) at Indiana University. Shaun P. Johnson, a graduate research assistant at CEEP, speaks about the study called “The Status of Male Teachers in Public Education Today” in this short video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
65.Education Policy Chat--Gerald Bracey Debunks Education Myths00:56:26IU School of Education2/22/2008An education policy expert who maintains the blog “The Education Disinformation Detection and Reporting Agency” and also blogs for Arianna Huffington’s online newsletter “The Huffington Post” spoke on what he says is the unwarranted blame schools take for global economic competitiveness and other societal problems. Gerald Bracey, an associate of the High/Scope Educational Research Foundation, presented “From Sputnik to Edin08: Blaming Schools for Crises Real and Imagined” on Feb. 20.School of EducationEnglishDownload
66.Quest Atlantis: immersive learning computer project expands worldwide00:04:52IU School of Education2/20/2008The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has granted more than $1.8 million to the IU School of Education to expand “Quest Atlantis.” Sasha Barab, Associate Professor and Jacobs Chair in Learning Sciences and Instructional Systems Technology as well as Director of the Center for Research on Learning and Technology, created the Quest Atlantis project. It is a learning and teaching tool for students between ages 9-12 that uses a 3-D, multiuser environment to immerse children in educationaSchool of EducationEnglishDownload
67.Education Policy Chat on ESL Education00:56:00IU School of Education2/17/2008Growth of the English as a Second Language (ESL) student population was the focus of this CEEP policy chat on November 8. Panelists were Sylvia Martinez, Assistant Professor in Education Leadership and Policy Studies, Debbie Thomas, ESL Coord. for the Bartholomew Consolidated Schools in Columbus, Darlene Slaby, the Dir. of the Language Minority and Migrant Programs office of the Ind. Dept. of Educ., and Lauren Harvey, Assistant Dir. of Language Minority and Migrant Programs, Ind. Dept. of Educ.School of EducationEnglishDownload
68.Education Policy Chat on Understanding Culture and Disproportional Representation01:00:00IU School of Education2/17/2008The need for teachers to understand the cultures of their students and how to address the overrepresentation of students of color receiving special services and in the juvenile justice system was the focus of this Education Policy Chat. Indiana State Rep. Greg Porter, Christine CdeBaca, the Deputy Dir. of the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, Clara Anderson, Exec. Vice President of Children’s Bureau, Inc., and Barbara Korth, associate professor in the IU School of Educ. were panelists.School of EducationEnglishDownload
69.IU African-American Read-In00:02:53IU School of Education2/16/2008IU students and local high school students participated in the 6th annual African-American Read-In on February 4 at the Neal Marshall Black Culture Center. The national African-American Read-In started in 1990 as a project of the black caucus of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).School of EducationEnglishDownload
70.Education Policy Chat on Alternative Education presented by CEEP and the School of Education00:57:00IU School of Education2/16/2008The panel discussion that occurred October 10, 2007 on alternative education is part of the Education Policy Chat Series presented by the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy and the IU School of Education. The panelists are Elizabeth McGovern, Principal at the School of Academic and Career Development in Evansville, Chris Chalker of the Simon Youth Foundation, Molly Chamberlin, from the Indiana Department of Education, and John Loflin, an alternative education consultant.School of EducationEnglishDownload
71.Top NEA lobbyist says odds are against re-upping “No Child Left Behind” this year.00:04:20IU School of Education1/31/2008The top lobbyist for “No Child Left Behind” policy for the National Education Association told an Indiana University crowd he doesn’t see much possibility of the law getting renewal from Congress this year. Joel Packer, the Director of Educational Policy and Practice for the NEA, spoke as part of the Education Policy Chat Series from the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy (CEEP) at the IU School of Education on January 30. See highlights from his talk in this video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
72.School of Education students prepare games, books for Costa Rican elementary school00:03:00IU School of Education1/31/2008For the third consecutive year, a group of students from the Indiana University School of Education have prepared bags of books and games to send to an elementary school in Costa Rica. Students in an elementary social studies course decorated 24 canvas bags with paint pens and sewn-on materials to match the theme of the books placed inside. The IU students also designed activities to go with the books.School of EducationEnglishDownload
73.Hoosiers slightly more pessimistic about school quality in annual survey00:03:00IU School of Education1/31/2008The results of the fifth annual Public Opinion Survey on K-12 Education in Indiana by the Center for Evaluation & Education Policy (CEEP) at the Indiana University School of Education finds public attitudes are slightly down regarding the overall quality of schools in the state. Survey co-authors Terry Spradlin and Nathan Burroughs presented their findings to the Indiana State Board of Education January monthly meeting. In this video, Spradlin discusses the findings.School of EducationEnglishDownload
74.Replacing what the storm took away, celebrating what a teacher gave00:03:00IU School of Education1/31/2008The dean of Indiana University’s School of Education, Gerardo M. Gonzalez, traveled to Jackson, Mississippi in January to present a new copy of a diploma and dissertation for a 1968 Ed.D. graduate who lost the original documents in Hurricane Katrina. Dorothy Hawkins-Brooks, 87, and now faculty emeritus from Jackson State University, lost her home and most possessions in August 2005. Hawkins-Brooks then lived in New Orleans. In this video, she speaks about why that diploma means so much.School of EducationEnglishDownload
75.School of Education and Gary Schools Partnership00:03:00IU School of Education1/31/2008The Gary Community School Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indiana University School of Education for a partnership that will bring educational expertise and resources to enhance student learning at two gender-based academies. IU faculty and staff are working with the Frankie Wood McCullough Academy for Girls and the Dr. Bernard C. Watson Academy for Boys. Gary teachers and administrators joined IU First Lady Laurie McRobbie for a ceremony marking the partnership.School of EducationEnglishDownload
76.School of Education honors top alumni: hear from all of 2007’s Distinguished Alumni Award winners.00:03:00IU School of Education1/31/2008On Friday, October 12, 2007, the School of Education honored its latest class of Distinguished Alumni Award winners. The annual awards are an honor intended to bring recognition to alumni who have excelled in their education careers after gaining degrees from the IU School of Education. The IU School of Education alumni association honored four alums with a dinner and presentation. Hear from all the honorees in this video.School of EducationEnglishDownload
77.Art as a means to learning: an intensive course looks at using art to deal with difficult issues in the classroom.”00:03:00IU School of Education1/31/2008Assistant professor of art education in the Indiana University School of Education, Marjorie Manifold, created this one-week, eight-hour-a-day study for pre-service and in-service teachers. During the sessions, Manifold helped teachers address the emotional responses by children in grades K-12 to the myriad events that may impact their learning. View this video to hear from Manifold and participants about what they did during this course.School of EducationEnglishDownload