Presentations


Nurenberg, D. (2017) -  Structures, methods and teaching philosophies in American public K12 education May 24. Cambridge, MA: Lesley University. May 26, Fukuoka, Japan: Fukuoka University of Teacher Preparation.

Nurenberg, D. (2017) -  Honoring all learners: Addressing the injustices of tracking through embedded honors. Presentation at the Lesley University Community of Scholars Day. March 24. Cambridge, MA: Lesley University.

Nurenberg, D. (2017) Inquiry and Irony: The impasse in American public education, and how we got here. Presentation at Education Studies program, Yale College. March 7, 2017. New Haven, CT: Yale University

 Nurenberg, D. (2016). “Fair competition” - What the Trans-Pacific Partnership could mean for public education in the USA and in Japan. Presentation at the 10th East Asian International Symposium: Economic integration and business in East Asia. Nov 10-11. Otaru, Japan: Otaru University of Commerce.

 Nurenberg, D. (2016) - Project based learning: Promise and pitfalls. Presentation at the Lesley University Community of Scholars Day. March 30. Cambridge, MA: Lesley University.

Nurenberg, D. (2015). What does injustice have to do with me? Teaching social justice to students of privilege. Poster session at the Critical Questions in Education Conference, Nov. 1, 2015. Baltimore, MD: American Academy for Educational Studies.

Nurenberg, D. (2015) What does injustice have to do with me? Teaching social justice to students of privilege. Presentation at the Lesley University Emerging Adulthood Symposium. March 27. Cambridge, MA: Lesley University.

 Nurenberg, D. (2015) The Justice Project. Presentation at the Lesley University Community of Scholars Day. March 26. Cambridge, MA: Lesley University.

Nurenberg, D. (2013) Student-centered pedagogy from a Social Constructivist framework. Presentation at the Global Conference on Education, Sport and Tourism. November 12-14. Ashgabat, Turkmenistan: Magtymguly University.

Nurenberg, D. (2010). Peace Studies in the classroom. Keynote co-presentation for Primary Source's "Teaching for Global Understanding" course. July 30. Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College.

 Nurenberg, D. (2007). World literature: Opening the global window. Presentation for U.S. State Department/IREX TEA (Teaching Excellence and Achievement) closing conference. August 23-26. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska. Link to supplementary video here.

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