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#BankStreetGivingDay is fast approaching! Your gift to #BankStreet can go twice as far this year thanks to a matching gift challenge where all gifts will be matched up to $50,000! Make an early gift today #WeAreBankStreet https://bankstedu.info/3szSLDo
April 8—Keynote presentation by Bank Street’s Takiema Bunche-Smith—“Reclaiming and Elevating the Joy, Purpose, and Power of Kindergarten." Register for the two-day Teaching Kindergarten Conference today. https://bankstedu.info/34VdgB8
Mark your calendar for #BankStreetGivingDay on March 11! As we prepare for Giving Day, we hope you’ll take our quick survey to share your stories and experiences as part of the Bank Street community #WeAreBankStreet https://bankstedu.info/3pfm1gG
Looking for fun class activities that connect to Core Standards in Math? Bank Street and the Empire State Building partnered to create new field trips with pre- and post-visit math activities utilizing the Empire State Building’s Observation Deck—102 floors, 1,250 feet, 6,514 windows, and 1,872 stairs above NYC. Explore the lesson plans for grades 3-5, 5-8, and 9-12. https://bankstedu.info/3nTV6Gw
Looking to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth with children? Check out this list of recommended children's titles from The Strategist featuring insight from Bank Street’s Mollie Welsh Kruger and other literacy experts. https://bankstedu.info/3JH5euV
Join us online on Friday and Saturday, April 8 and 9 for Bank Street’s annual Teaching Kindergarten Conference—Rediscovering the Joy and Purpose of Kindergarten. Together we’ll celebrate the hard work of our kindergarten teachers and workshop ideas for reconnecting to the joy and strength of what it means to work with 4-, 5-, and 6-year-olds. Register today—early bird rates through March 15. https://bankstedu.info/3GPv7a7
Looking for lesson plans in Art and STEAM? Explore the beauty and power of the iconic Empire State Building with an art-focused field trip and before and after lesson plans. Developed in partnership with Bank Street for grades 3-5, 5-8, and 9-12. Students will learn about perspective and photography. Explore the lesson plans: https://bankstedu.info/3fPYBcO
Steve Evangelista, GSE ’01, and Margaret Ryan, GSE ’01, share how Bank Street brought them together and how the school they co-founded has been enhanced by Bank Street's Progressive Leadership Program and the Center for Emotionally Responsive Practice. https://bankstedu.info/34ngPjP
New National Center for Children in Poverty post on Medium explores asset limit policies, which can prevent families from accessing the benefit programs they need and perpetuate a cycle of poverty. https://bankstedu.info/3B7g9e3
Bring the engineering design process to life at the Empire State Building with new core standards-aligned lesson plans. Bank Street and the ‪Empire State Building‬‬ partnered to develop these free course materials for grades 3-5, 5-8, and 9-12. Students will learn about skyscraper construction and how elevators work. Explore the lesson plans: https://bankstedu.info/3nIiLJU
Congratulations to the Bank Street Children's Book Committee's 2022 award winners in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry! Visit https://bankstedu.info/35xibsg to learn more.
“Brown’s career began in New York in 1935, when she entered a teacher-training program at Bank Street, an experimental school of education on the Upper West Side.” Learn more about beloved “Goodnight Moon” author Margaret Wise Brown and her connection to Bank Street in the New Yorker article “The Radical Woman Behind 'Goodnight Moon.'” https://bankstedu.info/3ggkYrX

Founded in 1916, Bank Street College of Education is a national leader in education. Bank Street College of Education is an internationally-recognized leader in early childhood education, a pioneer in improving the quality of classroom education and school leadership, and a national advocate for children and families.

09/27/2022

Join Bank Street's My Grown-Up & Me babies and toddlers playgroups from October 4 – December 2. Children will explore, play, and grow in the company of a parent or caregiver once a week on Tuesdays. Learn more and register: bankstreet.edu/education-for-children/family-center-2/family-foundations-groups/

09/26/2022

Are you a current graduate student or looking to apply in the coming year? Learn about financial aid at Graduate School by reading our latest blog post co-written by Director of Financial Aid, Emmett Cooper, and Director of Graduate Admissions, Kevin B. Taylor. They break it down into easy-to-follow steps, answer FAQs, and provide information that's important to know! https://bankstedu.info/3SegbZF

What Parents Should Know About The Drop In Kids' Test Scores During The Pandemic 09/23/2022

What Parents Should Know About The Drop In Kids' Test Scores During The Pandemic

To succeed academically, students “need to be in a trusting environment, interested in what’s happening in school, and the work needs to be both rigorous and challenging."—Bank Street President Shael Polakow-Suransky in new HuffPost piece

What Parents Should Know About The Drop In Kids' Test Scores During The Pandemic Yes, kids are behind, and the most vulnerable were hit hardest. But we now have more evidence that schools work, and they can help all kids recover.

09/22/2022

Sign up for Bank Street's child playgroup—My Parent & Me: Developmental Social Group—for families of children from infancy through age 5 receiving services. Connect with other parents, access resources, and more. Runs October 6 – December 8. bankstreet.edu/education-for-children/family-center-2/family-foundations-groups/

09/21/2022

Webinar: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings - Bank Street College of Education

Join us on Thursday, September 29 for a webinar on the release of Bank Street Learning Starts At Birth's new publication—“A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings.” Learn about our approach to and how it can enhance existing coaching models.

Webinar: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings - Bank Street College of Education Location: Virtual via Zoom Event Title: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental-Interaction Approach Description: Join Bank Street's Learning Starts At Birth team for a special webinar as we release our newest publication, A Framework for Coachi...

09/20/2022

Tune in for our Virtual Open House on Thursday, September 29 at 5:00 PM EDT to learn about our online and on-campus programs for educators and leaders. Members of the admissions, certification, and financial aid teams will answer any questions you have about Graduate School and the application process. Register today at https://bankstedu.info/3DKObbH

09/13/2022

Bank Street’s Learning Starts at Birth team is thrilled to welcome the inaugural cohort of the Early Childhood Policy Fellowship. The 2022-23 fellowship will provide participants with a comprehensive set of learning opportunities anchored in the examination of real-world challenges and problems of practice, including through a capstone project. Throughout the fellowship, leaders will build on their strengths and reflect on their practice as they work toward creating equitable and high-quality early childhood systems. https://bankstedu.info/3ShWShJ

09/08/2022

Registration is now open for our October 15 virtual BookFest @ Bank Street, featuring Newbery and Pura Belpré winner Donna Barba Higuera as this year's keynote speaker. View program details and register: https://bankstedu.info/3ezYwfI

Barbara Biber Convocation - Bank Street College of Education 09/02/2022

Barbara Biber Convocation - Bank Street College of Education

Tuesday, September 6: Join the Bank Street community as we welcome incoming graduate students at our annual Barbara Biber Convocation. Dr. Charisse Taylor will present "A Seat at the Table: Redefining School and Community Relationships." RSVP for the livestream:

Barbara Biber Convocation - Bank Street College of Education Location: The event will be in person at Bank Street for a limited number of guests and live streamed for virtual registrants. Event Title: 2022 Barbara Biber Convocation Description: The Barbara Biber Convocation is the centerpiece of the Bank Street Graduate School of Education orientation and a w...

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. 08/18/2022

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Today's Learning Starts At Birth webinar—"A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings"—has been postponed. We hope you can join us next month on Thursday, September 29 at 1:00 PM ET. If you haven't already, register at bankstedu.info/3CfuZSA.

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

08/17/2022

"Popcorn Comes to School," a new children's book by Bank Street's Lesley Koplow and the first title of the “Understanding Feelings in Community” series, tells the story of a stowaway kitten who spends a day in kindergarten. https://bankstedu.info/3KdhW6d

Check out a video preview of the book read aloud by Lesley under "Author Updates" at https://bankstedu.info/3QMg9a1.

School for Children Students Explore Creative Writing with Writer-In-Residence Nicole Kear - Bank Street College of Education 08/17/2022

School for Children Students Explore Creative Writing with Writer-In-Residence Nicole Kear - Bank Street College of Education

Children's author Nicole Kear worked with fourth graders at Bank Street School for Children on creative writing this spring as our Bank Street Center for Children's Literature Writer-In-Residence. Check out highlights!

School for Children Students Explore Creative Writing with Writer-In-Residence Nicole Kear - Bank Street College of Education This past spring, Bank Street School for Children welcomed children’s book author Nicole C. Kear as the 2022 Dorothy Carter Writer-In-Residence. Kear, author of the middle-grade novel Foreverland, among other titles for children, was selected for the program by the Bank Street Center for Children....

A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street College of Education’s Developmental-Interaction Approach (DIA) 08/16/2022

A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street College of Education’s Developmental-Interaction Approach (DIA)

Calling all early childhood education coaches: Check out Bank Street Learning Starts At Birth's newly released “Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings,” which draws from the developmental-interaction approach and will help coaches become students of their own practice.

A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street College of Education’s Developmental-Interaction Approach (DIA) Coaching helps teachers activate and better articulate their previous knowledge, skills, values, and belief systems, along with new concepts, to construct and continually refine an approach that is meaningful in their everyday work. This framework captures some commonalities of a positive coaching s...

Photos from Bank Street College of Education's post 08/12/2022

UPDATE: Application deadline extended! Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity (CCRE) is now accepting applications to the CCRE Collective through next Friday, August 19! Get yours in as soon as you can, and connect with us if you have any questions or need any support. Learn more at https://bankstedu.info/3bUCSlG and apply at https://bankstedu.info/3C3fq07.

08/11/2022

NEW: Read "Towards a National Definition of Teacher Residencies," the latest report from the Pathways Alliance, Bank Street Prepared to Teach, the National Center for Teacher Residencies, and the Teacher Residency Working Group: https://bankstedu.info/3di3Jbv

Photos from Bank Street College of Education's post 08/10/2022

Reminder: Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity is accepting applications through this Friday for our online CCRE Collective cohort program. Apply today to join like-minded educators and leaders in building inclusive and culturally responsive learning and community environments: https://bankstedu.info/3zKAPZa

08/10/2022

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

Join Bank Street College of Education on Thursday, August 18 at 3:00 PM ET for a special webinar as we release “A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street College of Education’s Developmental Interaction Approach.”

The webinar will feature Bank Street Education Center’s Milenis Gonzalez and faculty emeritus Virginia Casper, who will introduce the framework and join in a panel discussion about Bank Street’s approach to coaching, grounded in the developmental-interaction approach. Policymakers and practitioners alike will learn how to practically apply the framework to existing coaching models.

Register:

Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: A Framework for Coaching in Early Childhood Settings: Drawing on Bank Street’s Developmental Interaction Approach. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.

08/09/2022

Join the Pathways Alliance, the National Center for Teacher Residencies, and Bank Street's Prepared to Teach on Thursday, August 11 at 1:00 PM ET for the unveiling of a first-of-its-kind report charting a path forward for a national definition of teacher residency programs. Read more and register: https://tinyurl.com/2byata6c

08/01/2022

Research has shown that high-quality experiences are essential for fostering healthy child development. Quality standards and assessment tools can be used to promote deeper understanding and inquiry but unfortunately, we know that often these systems take a one-size-fits-all approach and do not recognize the vast diversity of needs and definitions of quality across the country.

On Tuesday, August 9, at 2:00 PM ET, Bank Street and The Hunt Institute will host a panel of experts to interrogate the ways we define and measure quality and to highlight some effective strategies for building more equitable systems.

Register: https://bankstedu.info/3zPPlAh

With Thoughtful Design, Teacher Residencies Can Benefit from New Department of Labor Funding… 07/28/2022

With Thoughtful Design, Teacher Residencies Can Benefit from New Department of Labor Funding…

Karen DeMoss of Bank Street's Prepared To Teach explores opportunities for developing high-quality teacher preparation experiences supported by Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs) funding. Read more in the new Medium piece:

With Thoughtful Design, Teacher Residencies Can Benefit from New Department of Labor Funding… The U.S. Department of Labor’s recent approval of teaching as an apprenticeable field offers an exciting opportunity for teacher…

07/25/2022

CCRE Collective Helps Leaders Build Capacity for Equitable Systems Change - Bank Street College of Education

Read highlights from the first year of Bank Street's Center on Culture, Race & Equity (CCRE) CCRE Collective, an online cohort-based program that supports educators & leaders in building inclusive & culturally responsive environments. Applications for 2022-23 are open through August 12.

CCRE Collective Helps Leaders Build Capacity for Equitable Systems Change - Bank Street College of Education Events throughout the 2020-21 school year brought increased awareness around systemic racism and a deeper understanding among educators of the need to build inclusive, anti-racist environments where children, families, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds can thrive. To help support equitable syste...

07/19/2022

Professionals with experience leading conversations about race, equity, and inclusion: Apply for Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity’s (CCRE) cohort-based online program—The CCRE Collective—designed to support teams in redesigning inequitable systems in learning and community environments. Learn more on our website and submit your application by Friday, August 12. https://bankstedu.info/3Pd20Cj

Ben Garcia - Bank Street Graduate School of Education 07/15/2022

Ben Garcia - Bank Street Graduate School of Education

Meet Bank Street alum Ben Garcia, GSE '08—who’s become the first executive director of New York City’s newly created American LGBTQ+ Museum.

Ben Garcia - Bank Street Graduate School of Education When Ben Garcia, GSE ’08, received his Leadership in Museum Education master’s degree from Bank Street, he could not have imagined that he would one day become a leader in the advocacy of q***r rights as the first executive director of the newly created American LGBTQ+ Museum in New York…

Reflections on My Integrated Master’s Project at Bank Street - Bank Street Graduate School of Education 07/14/2022

Reflections on My Integrated Master’s Project at Bank Street - Bank Street Graduate School of Education

Bank Street Childhood General and Special Education Program alum Heather Mohamed shares the inspiration behind her final master's project on authentic and inspiring classroom communities. Read more in the blog post:

Reflections on My Integrated Master’s Project at Bank Street - Bank Street Graduate School of Education “What do educators do to cultivate authentic, meaningful, and inspiring classroom communities?” This was the question I explored for my Integrative Master’s Project, notably known as the IMP. To better understand how I landed on this question, I would like to share the inspiration behind my cu...

CCRE Collective - Bank Street College of Education 07/12/2022

CCRE Collective - Bank Street College of Education

Attention schools, districts, non-profits, and other organizations invested in equitable systems change: Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity (CCRE) is still accepting applications through Friday, August 12 for our online cohort program—The CCRE Collective. Apply today to join like-minded educators and leaders in building inclusive and culturally responsive learning and community environments.

CCRE Collective - Bank Street College of Education The Center on Culture, Race & Equity (CCRE) at Bank Street College is launching a second year of the CCRE Collective, an online cohort program designed to support teams in reimagining and redesigning inequitable systems in learning and community environments. Whether you work for a school, district,...

07/07/2022

Friday, July 22: Register to hear Lesley Koplow, Director of Emotionally Responsive Practice at Bank Street, keynote presentation on supporting children in the wake of COVID at the upcoming LSU Health New Orleans conference https://bankstedu.info/3OMmktQ

Dionne Beckford - Bank Street Graduate School of Education 07/06/2022

Dionne Beckford - Bank Street Graduate School of Education

Meet Bank Street Graduate School of Education alum Dionne Beckford, GSE '20—who was a founding teacher at Columbia University’s Teachers College Community School and is currently a fourth-grade teacher in Brooklyn. Read about Dionne's experience studying Leadership in Math Education:

Dionne Beckford - Bank Street Graduate School of Education Dionne attended Bank Street Graduate School of Education and earned her MSEd along with a School Building Leader certificate in 2020. With over 20 years of experience working as both a teacher and a school leader in both public and private school settings, Dionne was a founding teacher at Columbia.....

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