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  1. Arts in Education

    schools and communities. In the Arts in Education (AIE) Program, you will learn how to harness the ... director Steven Seidel and are reserved exclusively for AIE students: S-300 The Arts in Education: Learning ... Learning for Children S-121 Art and Understanding S-305 Active Learning in Museums T-210X Foundations of ...

    slozier - 2014-12-11 14:01

  2. Harvard EdCast: 10 Minutes with Temple Grandin

    Matt Weber Learning On March 26, Temple Grandin, world famous animal scientist and autism activist, presented "All Kinds of Minds Help the World" at the Askwith Forum.  Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, discussed her firsthand experience as an autistic ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2014-08-07 21:30

  3. Making Learning Visible: The Power of Group Learning and Documentation in Classrooms and Communities

    instructors, coaches, and learners in our courses. You will meet your fellow course participants and learn ... introduced to the Making Learning Visible (MLV) framework for supporting individual and group learning. You ... in the U.S. and other countries. You will also become familiar with key features of learning groups ...

    erubin - 2015-01-26 10:45

  4. Making Learning Visible: The Power of Group Learning and Documentation in Classrooms and Communities

    Us Request a Brochure Program Overview In this era of globalization, our ability to learn and ... achievement. In this course, you will investigate the power of the group as a learning environment, and documentation as a way to shape, extend, and make visible how and what we learn. The work of the schools in ...

    nfentonrahim - 2015-01-26 10:51

  5. LearnLaunch 2015: Delivering on Edtech’s Promise

    News editor LearnLaunch's third annual conference, cosponsored by HGSE, was held January 23-24. Technology News Type:  Read News Tags:  David Rose, events, LearnLaunch, education technology Homepage Cards Image:  300x150-learn-launch-logo.png Intro:  LearnLaunch 2015 Headline:  Delivering on ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-01-26 10:23

  6. An Incentive to Learn

    In global development circles, it’s long been understood that providing money to poor households when they do things like send children to school or get children vaccinated can fight poverty and meet broader social goals in the short term. But neither edu ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-01-15 09:47

  7. Learning Far From Home

    were not learning at benchmark levels, teacher-pupil ratios averaged as high as 1:70, and many teachers ... Expand secondary education to 1 million young people. Provide safe schools and learning environments for all young learners. Ensure that 70 percent of refugee girls and boys achieve quality learning in ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-01-22 15:58

  8. What's Worth Learning in School?

    also points out, and as he told an audience at the Future of Learning institute held this past summer ... what he considers to be one of the most important questions in education: What's worth learning in school? What’s worth learning in school? It’s a question that students have been lobbing at teachers for ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-01-22 15:09

  9. A Different Space for Learning

    HGSE students and the Haley House. “These volunteer opportunities create a different space for learning ... are all lifelong learners and they were just as eager to learn as anyone else.” Their enthusiasm reminded Iloh of the youth she worked with in the Dominican Republic – students are eager to learn, but ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-01-07 15:09

  10. Massive: The Future of Learning at Scale

    opportunities, limits, and tradeoffs of new technologies that support teaching and learning at scale. Through examining MOOCs, intelligent tutors, blended learning environments, and interest based learning communities, students will examine the implications of these new modes of learning for classrooms, software, equity, ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2015-01-26 16:35

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