By Chris Dede and Kim Frumin

Christopher Dede on Transforming Instruction

07/31/2014 03:31 pm EST | Add a Comment

The following piece appeared on Education Week on July 30. In March 2014, the College Board grabbed headlines with its plan to overhaul the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) by cutting obscure vocabulary and making the essay optional. In contrast, ... Read More...

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School Counselors Key to College Access

By Jill Anderson 07/30/2014 04:35 pm EST | Add a Comment

White House and HGSE college access event explored how school counselors can make a greater impact on college enrollments nationwide.... Read More...

Photo courtesy El Alvi via Flickr, license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/

Study Identifies Digital Stressors in Youth Experiences Online

By Newseditor 07/24/2014 03:38 pm EST | Add a Comment

Doctoral candidate Emily Weinstein and Professor Robert Selman new study released this week discovers adolescents experience digital stress even from non-hostile situations online. (Photo credit: El Alvi via Flickr; CC license)... Read More...

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Can MOOCs Motivate Personal Change?

By James E Ryan 07/23/2014 09:23 am EST | Add a Comment

Dean James Ryan tackles an emerging issue of the current internet-age: "What sort of learning can occur through MOOCs and other online offerings?... Read More...

Howard Gardner

Mind, Work, and Life

By C.M. Rubin 07/18/2014 01:45 pm EST | Add a Comment

To commemorate Professor Howard Gardner's 70th birthday last year, Mindy Kornhaber and Ellen Winner put together a Festschrift in his honor.... Read More...

Meira Levinson

Getting to the Root of Educational Injustice

By Jill Anderson 07/17/2014 01:31 pm EST | Add a Comment

Associate Professor Meira Levinson’s research takes a unique look at ethical dilemmas faced by educators and ongoing injustices in the classroom.... Read More...

Richard Weissbourd

For Most Kids, Nice Finishes Last

By Tovia Smith 07/15/2014 10:06 am EST | 1 Comment

NPR’s All Things Considered speaks with Rick Weissbourd about Making Caring Common’s new study on the messages children receive from parents.... Read More...

Associate Professor Meredith Rowe

Ryan Appoints Meredith Rowe to Faculty

By Jill Anderson 07/11/2014 10:16 am EST | Add a Comment

Dean James Ryan announced that Meredith Rowe, Ed.M.’99, Ed.D.’03, will join the faculty this summer as an associate professor of education.... Read More...

Jin Li, Photo Credit: Brown University

Are You an Eastern or Western Learner?

By Matt Weber 07/09/2014 03:41 pm EST | Add a Comment

Jin Li, professor of education at Brown University and HGSE alum, examines the differences between western and eastern learners.... Read More...

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White House, HGSE Host College Access Event

By Jill Anderson 07/08/2014 10:27 am EST | Add a Comment

Did you miss the White House/HGSE college counseling event? Watch the archived videos and use #CollegeAccess14 to join the conversation on Twitter.... Read More...


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