Dr. Moira Dillon partnered with Cindy Lawrence, Executive Director of the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) in Manhattan to explore how children’s intuitions and imagery might reveal continuity and change in geometric reasoning throughout development.
At the end of March, students, staff, and affiliates of NYU Global TIES for Children (NYU/TIES) attended the 2018 Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) conference in Mexico City. CIES is the largest and oldest of 47 comparative and international education societies around the world, and – with members representing over 100 countries – the […]
The beELL initiative uses behavioral economics to enhance parent’s decision-making abilities. Read their new research memo now.
“If they’re painting in schools, paint with them for a day. Don’t do this blind.” Kate Schwartz on her partnership with Publicolor and advice for researchers.
2017 was a big year for criminal justice reform in New York. IHDSC interviewed Drs. Javdani and Godfrey about their juvenile justice and child welfare research.
Watch: Dr. Hiro Yoshikawa and Global TIES for Children partner with IRC and Sesame Street on their ambitious early childhood development program.
Their research-driven policy strategy to invest in early-childhood education, provide opportunities, and reduce inequality
Interviews and footage of our co-hosted conference, “Building NYC-NYU Connections: Research Partnerships for Knowledge and Action.” The video recap features interviews with faculty, IES-PIRT students, and NYC policy-practice partners.