College of Education Faculty Featured in "The Voice" Videos April 1, 2013
In 2008 Teachers College Record and Columbia University's EdLab partnered to create "The Voice," a weekly video series that shares the latest scholarly research in a fresh, compelling, layperson-friendly format. The two- to three-minute videos summarize articles that may run up to 40 or 50 pages in length, serving as a easy-to-understand "research trailer" that highlights a study's most important points.
The following College of Education faculty have been featured in Voice videos, speaking on the topics indicated below (click on individual's name to view video):
- Keffrelyn Brown - Competing Notions of Academic Achievement
- Julian Vasquez Heilig - High Sakes Graduation Tests and English Learners
- Jennifer Adair - The Dilemma of Cultural Responsiveness
- Ramon Martinez - Zoned for Change