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"...I have been obsessed by what I call the three virtues: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. I have been convinced that they are important and should be cherished; and that my own life should be guided by the pursuit of these values."

-- Prof. Howard Gardner

The Three Virtues and the Presidential Election | The Good Project

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Askwith Debates – Pass/Fail: How Test-Based Accountability Stacks Up (Part 2)

Speakers: • Mitchell Chester, Ed.M.'88, Ed.D.'91, Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education • Rebecca Holcombe, Ed.M.'90, Ed.D.'16, Secretary of Education, Vermont • Thomas Kane, Walter H. Gale Professor of Education and Economics, HGSE • Daniel Koretz, Henry Lee Shattuck Professor...
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Askwith Debates: How Test-Based Accountability Stacks Up (Part 1)

Speakers:
• Mitchell Chester, Ed.M.'88, Ed.D.'91, Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education• Rebecca Holcombe, Ed.M.'90, Ed.D.'16, Secretary of Education, Vermont • Thomas Kane, Walter H. Gale Professor of Education and Economics, HGSE• Daniel Koretz, Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Education,...
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Sexual harassment (and worse) is rampant, and there’s still too much silence in our classrooms.

Safe in School | Harvard Graduate School of Education

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New report signals the difference between executive function and other regulation-related skills.

via Usable Knowledge

Defining the Skills for Success

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"Kids are showing reading gains in dual-language classrooms. There may be underlying brain advantages at work."

(featuring research from HGSE's Gigi Luk)

6 Potential Brain Benefits Of Bilingual Education

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“The tool is built for the pioneering teacher who has ideas but hasn’t found a path forward.”

via Harvard Ed. magazine

It Just Got Personal

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Education has a new buzzword: Executive Function (EF). But what is it? This report by HGSE's Stephanie Jones and her team breaks down different skills that are often called EF and explains similarities and differences between EF and concepts like grit, self-control, and self-discipline.

Untangling the Terms and Skills Related to Executive Function and Self-Regulation in Early Childhood | Office of Planning, Research & Evaluation | Administration for Children and Families

acf.hhs.gov
Why using competition to improve the education market isn’t so simple.

via Usable Knowledge

Harvard Graduate School of Education

gse.harvard.edu
Giving Tuesday is today! On this national day of philanthropy, please consider supporting financial aid for current and future students at HGSE. Thank you!

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"When it comes to my experience of education in Cuba, I still marvel! We had limited resources, huge class sizes, enormous poverty, few books and materials. But we had extraordinary efficacy, in students as well as teachers."

-- HGSE's Prof. Andres Alonso

A Death in the Family, Education and Now

medium.com
Educating a new generation of global citizens prepared to create, collaborate, and navigate the world’s complexities.

via Usable Knowledge

Harvard Graduate School of Education

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Curious about incoming education secretary Betsy DeVos? HGSE's Paul Reville reflects on what her appointment means for American education.

'Betsy DeVos: a fierce advocate for choice who will face a fight with Congress and unions to push through reform'

tes.com
Seven “survival” skills for the 21st century

via Usable Knowledge

Teaching a Future President | Harvard Graduate School of Education

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Master's student Megan Red Shirt-Shaw, Oglala Lakota and a member of the HGSE student group Future Indigenous Educators Resisting Colonial Education (FIERCE) — which prepares educators to resist the manifestations of colonialism in school systems — has thrown herself into the work of advocacy, helping organize protests and events at HGSE, including a donation drive for the DAPL protestors.
Happy Thanksgiving from HGSE! This Thanksgiving, HGSE students express why they are grateful for education.
The deeply personal reason why HGSE's Matt Weber chose to thank Mark Zuckerberg, James Ryan, and F. Scott Fitzgerald during a community storytelling event-- and how he hopes to pay that gratitude forward.
Facebook Live conversation with HGSE's Rick Weissbourd on how to manage post-election conversations.
What was it like to be at the HGSE Tailgate at this weekend's Harvard-Yale game? Ed.M. candidate McKinlee Covey shares the student experience.
A new HGSE professional education opportunity explores how connected teaching can enable powerful, personalized opportunities driven by student passions and interests.

Learn more: gse.harvard.edu/ppe/ctpl

Connected Teaching for Personalized Learning

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