James Banks, founder of the Center for Multicultural Education at UW College of Education, discusses his work exploring race and identity.
An Interview with James Banks and Patricia Banks
UW effort aims to make college less isolating for men of color
The Brotherhood Initiative, created by College of Education Professor Joe Lott, helps young men of color navigate college, find internships or research opportunities and learn from mentors.
A decade-long investment in Expanded Learning Opportunities
The role of Cultivate Learning at the University of Washington College of Education in building a robust expanded learning opportunities (ELO) system in Washington state is noted.
'Bug-in-ear' teacher coaching shows promise
Faculty members Kathleen Artman Meeker and Nancy Rosenberg are conducting research on a coaching program they created to assist paraprofessionals in teaching students.
Men of color often find college isolating. UW’s Brotherhood Initiative wants to change that.
A pilot program led by UW College of Education Professor Joe Lott is finding ways to better support black and brown male students in their academic, social and professional endeavors.
Recap: University of Washington’s “Teaching for Black Lives” Event
A gathering for local educators and community members that discussed various forms of injustices in our public education system was recently organized by the Banks Center for Educational Justice.
With Bug-in-Ear Coaching, Teachers Get Feedback on the Fly
Faculty members Kathleen Artman Meeker and Nancy Rosenberg discuss their studies exploring the benefits of bug-in-ear coaching for educators and their students.
Podcast: How to Teach AI in the Classroom
Michelle Zimmerman (MEd '07, PhD '11) author of "Teaching AI: Exploring New Frontiers for Learning," talks about Artificial Intelligence and what we should be teaching kids in our classrooms today.
Alum discusses "Teaching for Black Lives"
Jesse Hagopian (MIT '06), co-editor of "Teaching for Black Lives," discusses his book in advance of a community gathering hosted by the UW Center for Educational Justice.
How can a distracted generation learning anything?
Faculty member Katie Davis comments on blended learning and the value of traditional lectures as smartphones and other technology changes how students learn.