Howard Gardner to speak at lecture series on “Truth, Beauty, and Goodness Reframed” at Harvard Graduate School of Education
Howard Gardner will be speaking at a three-part lecture series at Harvard Graduate School of Education from Tuesday January 6th to Tuesday January 20th on “Truth, Beauty, and Goodness Reframed”.
Howard Gardner and Jim Reese’s Washington Post piece on the Obamas and Considerations for a Teaching Career
The Washington Post has published a piece written by Howard Gardner and Jim Reese, of the Washington International School, on why the Obamas should consider teaching at an urban public school after the completion of President Obama’s second term in office.
“The Literati Scene”, Boston-based program that focuses on different authors, recently featured an interview with the show’s co-host, Smoki Bacon, and Howard Gardner
The Family Dinner Project’s Home-School Connections Twitter Chat to be held on November 17th at 8pm EST
On Monday, November 17th at 8pm EST, please join The Family Dinner Project and co-host Bettina Siegel of The Lunch Tray (@thelunchtray) as we moderate the Family Dinner Project/Teacher Allies Twitter Chat, where we will be discussing the successes and challenges of home-school connections.
Good Project researcher Carrie James was recently featured on “The Social Network Show”, where she discussed her new book Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and The Ethics Gap.
In August 2014, 24 rising high school seniors came to Cambridge, MA for a weeklong Global Citizens Youth Summit. The Summit, founded by Yumi Kuwana of the Global Citizens Initiative (GCI), focused on Fairness and Freedom.
The Washington Post’s The Answer Sheet blog has featured a blog post by Howard Gardner looking at education today and the role of the Good Project in it.
On Friday September 19th, 2014, the Harvard Graduate School of Education hosted “8 for 8”, where eight faculty members discussed their ideas for innovation in education. Howard Gardner was one of these eight faculty members, and he gave a talk looking “Beyond Wit and Grit”.
In a blog post, education scholar Mike Rose discusses some cautions he has on how character education is currently viewed and what implications it has for students and wider society.
The Good Project/Project Zero researcher Carrie James is excited to announce the publication of Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap. Based on qualitative research carried out as part of our Good Play Project, Disconnected is an account of how youth, and …