Video Archive

Dorothy Steele & Becki Cohn-Vargas: Identity safe classrooms are places students can belong and learn
April 14, 2014
Dorothy Steele and Becki Cohn-Vargas explain how teachers can use an array of strategies to create "identity safe" classrooms.
Dorothy Steele & Becki Cohn-Vargas: Being aware of difference a powerful learning tool
April 14, 2014
Dorothy Steele and Becki Cohn-Vargas discuss the negative effects of trying to be "colorblind," and how a multicultural education should be taught in schools.
Ann Lieberman: Professional development, teacher leadership
March 10, 2014
SCOPE senior scholar Ann Lieberman discusses her role in a Canadian project to improve professional development and leadership among teachers.
Ann Lieberman: Trusting teachers leads to student success
March 10, 2014
SCOPE's Ann Lieberman explains that it's not a coincidence that other countries known for their great test scores also have a supportive attitude toward teachers.
Carol Dweck: Increasing educational equity and opportunity
February 24, 2014
Psychology professor Carol Dweck argues that a "growth mindset" can help narrow the opportunity gap in an interview following her Brown Bag Seminar.
John Rickford, Sharese King: Full Interview on "Race, Dialect Prejudice, and Literacy in the Zimmerman Trial and Beyond"
February 10, 2014
Stanford professor John Rickford and graduate student Sharese King give an interview following their seminar on race and dialect prejudice in the Zimmerman trial.
Teacher Evaluation: What Really Matters for Effectiveness and Improvement
January 30, 2014
Linda Darling-Hammond discusses "Getting Teacher Evaluation Right" as part of the Dean's Lecture Series at the University of Melbourne.
Linda Darling-Hammond in conversation with Maxine McKew
January 30, 2014
Linda Darling-Hammond sits down with Maxine McKew, Vice-Chancellor's Fellow at the University of Melbourne, to discuss issues of inequality in the U.S. and abroad.
Bryan Brown: Full Interview on "How Language, Identity, and Cognition Impact Students' Learning"
January 27, 2014
Following his January 27 Brown Bag Seminar, Stanford Professor Bryan Brown gives an interview on the language-identity dilemma in science classrooms.
Michael Wald: Good Education Policy Alone Can't Get All Students to College
December 9, 2013
In this interview, Stanford University Professor of Law Michael Wald argues that parenting is of critical importance to student success.