Hudson Roditi is the program director of the Urban Advantage (UA) Middle School Initiative, where he coordinates collaboration among the eight science-rich cultural institutions, the education department, and the 170+ public schools in New York City. His interests include designing professional development to maximize modeling and scaffolding opportunities for teachers and to maximize the potential of the cultural institutions to support grade 8 student research. He has worked extensively with the GLOBE Program, as workshop facilitator and designer, and as regional director of 18 GLOBE countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. In this TEDxYouth@MSC video, he discusses the importance of a learning process that is sustainable.
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