The Bok Center's Learning Lab is collaborating with Ancient Lives (ANE 103), a General Education class taught by Gojko Barjamovic in the Near Eastern Languages and Civilization department. The Learning Lab is providing support for incorporating new pedagogies of reflection by using audio, Read more about Reflections on Ancient Lives
In Plato’s dialogues we find the idea that virtue is a skill, a craft, an art of living. The knowledge of how to live well, in both a civic and an ethical sense, is not merely theoretical but also practical; it involves both knowing that and knowing how. Much academic teaching focuses on cultivating know-that, Read more about Teaching Practical Wisdom
The Harvard Horizons experience will culminate in the much-anticipated Harvard Horizons Symposium, tomorrow evening at 4:15pm in Sanders Theater. Presented by GSAS and the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard Horizons is a showcase of the interesting research being performed by Harvard's graduate students. We hope you will join us; in the meantime, we've compiled this sneak peek!
What's smarter than a room full of PhD students? Find out on April 22nd!
The Bok Center is proud to support Harvard Horizons, an initiative to showcase the research and support the professional development of PhD students at Harvard's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Mentoring for the new class of scholars Read more about Harvard Horizons 2014
Registration is open for the 2013 Fall Teaching Conference. Open to graduate students teaching at any level at Harvard, the conference will cover topics ranging from beginning teaching at Harvard through multimedia production for the classroom, and helping struggling students.