Graduate Students

Tetsuya Endo's headshot.

Tetsuya Endo

Media & Design Fellow
Tetsuya Endo is an Ed.M candidate in the Learning Design, Innovation, and Technology (LDIT) Program and a Saul Zaentz Fellow in Early Childhood Education at... Read more about Tetsuya Endo
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Sharol Liu

Media & Design Fellow
Hi! My name is Sharol Liu and I am a student from the LDIT program at HGSE. I am passionate about user experience design and online education. I am also a... Read more about Sharol Liu
From Zoom Rooms to Classrooms: A Hybrid Fall Teaching Conference

From Zoom Rooms to Classrooms: A Hybrid Fall Teaching Conference

September 3, 2021

Planning the Fall Teaching Conference this summer felt like building an airplane while flying it: we knew we would be teaching in person, but the continually changing circumstances required us, like all instructors teaching this fall, to be intentional yet flexible in our planning. We had so many questions to consider: How should we prepare graduate student TFs to teach in physical classrooms? How could we most effectively apply the lessons we learned from our fully online conference in 2020 to this new “hybrid” moment of transition? How could we meet the needs of both new and experienced TFs facing another unprecedented semester?

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2021 Oct 28

Online Course Support Office Hours

Repeats every week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday until Fri Dec 10 2021 except Mon Sep 06 2021, Mon Oct 11 2021, Thu Nov 11 2021, Wed Nov 24 2021, Thu Nov 25 2021.
10:30am to 11:30am

Location: 

Zoom

Drop in to ask representatives of the Bok Center, Academic Technology for the FAS, and the Harvard Library any of your questions about course and assignment design, library resources, or using Canvas, Zoom, or other technologies in your teaching.

Join now by Zoom

 

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Conor Dube

Conor Dube

Pedagogy Fellow in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Conor Dube is a PhD candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. He works on the history of Qur'anic interpretation in medieval Islamic societies,... Read more about Conor Dube
2021 Oct 20

STEM Journal Club: When efforts to reform our teaching conflict with the content that needs to be covered

12:00pm to 1:00pm

Location: 

Science Center 418D

Join us for the third STEM Journal Club meeting of the fall semester, focused on how to balance "content coverage" with the imperative to engage in new, evidence-based teaching practices.

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The leaders of the Pedagogy Fellows program, clockwise: Adam Beaver, Rebecca Miller Brown, Pamela Pollock, Yasemin Kalender

Pedagogy Fellows 2020-21: An Online Community of Practice

July 26, 2021

Teaching is a collaborative act, and the Pedagogy Fellows Program is by definition a community of practice. Every year, approximately 34 experienced and creative graduate students from 28 departments and programs across the FAS come together at the Bok Center to support their peers in their roles as undergraduate teachers by leading pedagogy seminars and workshops, consulting with Teaching Fellows (TFs), and developing resources on teaching and professional development. Over the course of the year, we meet regularly...

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