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Noah A. Rubin

Adjunct Lecturer on Education
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Degree:  Ed.D., Harvard University; M.Sc., Bank Street College of Education
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Faculty Assistant:  Judith Wasserman

Profile

Noah Rubin was a middle school teacher in New York City's Spanish Harlem for 10 years before coming to Harvard. He also worked as a cooperating teacher with the Bank Street College of Education. His areas of professional interest include social and emotional learning, child and adolescent development, anti-bias education with an emphasis on LGBTQI issues, and progressive and constructivist educational theory, practice, and history. Rubin's writing and research focus on indigenous school reform efforts including the enactment of action research by students and teachers. His recent writing has explored the "art of action research pedagogy" and the work teacher educators do to help teachers learn to carry out research in their own classrooms or schools. Rubin is currently the director of elementary education at Wellesley College.

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