Started by Hei-hang Hayes Tang Jun 19.
December 3rd, 11:30-1pm
Justice in Practice: Practice-Based Approaches to Learning to Teach for Social Justice
Eliot-Lyman Room, Longfellow Hall
You might enjoy my article, "Civics in the Core," in the August 7 edition of Education Week. See here at: http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2013/08/07/37hutchins_ep.h32.html?qs=civics+in+the+core
Do you think the CCSS could or should include civics or should it be left entirely to local jurisdictions?
Would love to hear your thoughts! Web H.Continue
Posted by Web Hutchins on October 31, 2013 at 10:28pm
“The complexity of our present trouble suggests as never before that we need to change our present concept of education. Education is not properly an industry, and its proper use is not to serve industries, either by job-training or by industry-subsidized research. It's proper use is to enable citizens to live lives that are economically, politically, socially, and culturally responsible. This cannot be done by gathering or "accessing" what we now call "information" - which is…Continue
Posted by Cihad Furkan ELİAÇIK on March 17, 2013 at 11:00am
Hi,I have recently arrived here in Boston from Melbourne, Australia - courtesy of the Hugh Rogers Fellowship from the Melbourne-Boston Sister Cities Association, investigating how a deeper understanding of heritage and the sustainability of natural and built environments can assist students to become more active local and global citizens. I am looking forward to a steep learning curve, and sharing ideas and insights with you while I'm here for the next month or so.
Posted by Paul Beekman on February 13, 2013 at 3:45pm
An article that appeared in the Israeli newspaper HA'ARETZ, reporting discussion with three Harvard faculty, Helen Haste (HGSE), Jim Sidanius (FAS) and Ryan Enos (Government) about the recent worldwide protest movements. Translated from Hebrew by Shai Fuxman