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  1. Learning Initiatives Teaching Support

    Longfellow 122 Learning Initiatives and Teaching Support Staff Title Office Phone Contact Matthew Miller Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching Longfellow 122 617.496.2089 ... Jonathan Whichard Faculty Assistant Larsen 713 617.496.3171 Teaching ...

    slozier - 2015-11-06 14:51

  2. Teaching Amid Conflict

    When political protest that began in Syria in 2011 erupted into full-scale civil war, nearly 12 million Syrians were displaced from their homes, with over 4 million having to flee their country. Scattering across Europe and the Middle East, more than a mi ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-10-28 12:44

  3. The Puzzles of Teaching

    Education. This post was adapted from a series of essays written for the school’s Teaching and Learning Week.  I’ve been baffled for decades about why teaching is viewed as a socially productive profession, ... But what I find both most fascinating and most overwhelming about teaching is how intellectually ...

    baw475 - 2015-10-28 17:03

  4. Transforming Teaching Project Releases White Paper

    The following announcement was released today by the Transforming Teaching Project, housed at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. The Transforming Teaching Project, a HGSE-based initiative allied ... analysis of the problems with American teaching and detailing 12 Design Challenges to transform the ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-10-13 09:49

  5. Teaching for Understanding: Educating for the Unknown

    this course, participants will learn to use the Teaching for Understanding framework as a tool for ... should we be teaching? That is, what things are most important for students to understand? How can we ... a reflective online professional community that supports our own understanding of how to teach and learn for ...

    erubin - 2015-10-26 14:00

  6. Does It Have to Be Complicated?

    depression, sleepy driving, dropout rates, and poor academic performance. Teach Students To Ask Their Own ... Rothstein, Ed.D.’85. Yet, as he writes in his book, Teaching Students to Ask Their Own Questions: One Small ... of teaching complex knowledge, but knowledge develops slowly. “Slow learning involves radically ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-08-17 09:30

  7. Harvard EdCast: Examining Blended Learning

    Blended learning courses, in which at least some of the curriculum is delivered digitally through online platforms, is becoming more and more commonplace in schools. In fact, says Sari Factor, CEO of Edgenuity, she consistently hears from schools and dist ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-11-05 10:39

  8. Doctor of Education Leadership Faculty

    for students.  Faculty who teach in the Ed.L.D. core curriculum and advise Ed.L.D. students include: ...

    erubin - 2015-06-24 13:03

  9. Elisa New Presents the Master Class

    through New’s Master Class held at HGSE on Tuesday, October 6, titled “The Lecture/Discussion as Teaching ... devised to “celebrate teaching and try to understand just what’s going on when a master teacher is at ... Whitman’s poems.   New then sat down with Seidel to discuss the practice of her teaching. Seidel started ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-10-14 10:08

  10. What Big Data Means

    For HGSE Professor Chris Dede, the rise of data science in education research is a potentially transformative development in our understanding of how people learn — and how best to teach them. Dede compares ... understanding learning, teaching, and schooling in powerful ways. What was previously invisible can now be ...

    mjorgensen - 2015-11-25 12:56