“College 4 Me”: Middle School Students Make a Campus Visit to HGSE

Prevention Science and Practice students like me at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) have a super cool opportunity to intern with schools and community organizations serving K-12 students throughout our entire school year. I was lucky enough to run an after school course at Gardner Pilot Academy called College 4 Me, a dual-generation … More “College 4 Me”: Middle School Students Make a Campus Visit to HGSE

Ode to “dark nights of the soul”: What I learned in T-550

Have you ever had that moment in a project where you see yourself, as if from above, and realize what a mess you’re in? Maybe the room is strewn with shreds of poster board, you’ve been breathing hot glue gun fumes for hours, and you can’t get the pieces of your structure to fit together. … More Ode to “dark nights of the soul”: What I learned in T-550

J-Term: For the Kids

I took this class for my students. I taught for five years in Dallas, Texas and I think about my students every day, especially the ones I didn’t know how to help. I think about my first grader, Tasha*, who was brilliant and creative, but faced enormous challenges in her home life that often manifested … More J-Term: For the Kids

Cultural and Intellectual Diversity at HGSE

At Harvard, intellectual curiosity is leveraged not only in classrooms and the myriad places around campus, Cambridge, and Boston more broadly, but within warm, welcoming, and supportive spaces that fuel our unique sense of community. I cannot emphasize enough how important this sense of community is in extending our thinking in new directions and applying … More Cultural and Intellectual Diversity at HGSE