Daniel Goleman, known for his work on Emotional Intelligence, has written an article, for LinkedIn, focusing on how Good Work can support career planning .
Howard Gardner was quoted in a recent Boston Globe article on online marketplace for study materials being developed Cengage Learning and Flashnotes. He has offered further commentary on the article here:
A recent TED article, “There’s No App for Good Teaching”, features Good Project researchers Howard Gardner and Katie Davis and The App Generation.
Nick Standlea of Test Prep Gurus has created a video discussing positive psychology that features Good Work.
Project Zero will be hosting a conference for educators called “Project Zero Perspectives: making, thinking, understanding” from October 10-12, 2014 at Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco, CA. Major focus areas of the conference will be global competence, creativity and the maker movement, the digital age, and making learning and thinking visible.
Bloomsberg News has recently published an article by Andrea Ovans titled “Do You Really Want to Be Yourself at Work?” This article discusses the extent to which we want to show aspects of our personal self in our professional persona.
The Good Project has recently published on thegoodproject.org 20 Good Work Lesson Plans for teachers to use in the classroom.
Graduation season has just wrapped up, and the Good Project has put together a collection of some of our favorite quotes from this year’s commencement speakers.
Good Project researchers Emily Weinstein, Katie Davis, Zachary Clark, and Donna DiBartolomeo have had their research on creativity featured in Ed. Magazine
Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath have written an op-ed for the New York Times on engagement in work.