• Into Practice

    Pushing students to confront limits by transforming the abstract to physical form
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  • Student education innovation

    Join our new cross-school student innovation community
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  • Annual Conference

    Held on Friday, September 21 in Wasserstein Hall
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Welcome to the new HILT website, where you can explore our programs and cross-School networks, and find targeted teaching and learning resources. In addition to HILT projects, we are cataloging resources from across Harvard. Please help us identify additional resources to make this site a truly University-wide asset.

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    Teachly: A research project

    Teachly was developed at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) to help faculty members teach more inclusively and effectively. The tool enables faculty to get to know their students and interact with them in a meaningful way through the robust data infrastructure.


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    Data Science and Applied Statistics Education Workshop

    Friday, January 25th | 10:00am—3:00pm in CGIS Belfer Case Study Room. Co-sponsored by the Harvard Data Science Initiative, the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, and the Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity, this event will focus on data science and applied statistics and bring together a select set of faculty, student teaching fellows, and staff to: Illuminate how these domains are taught and learned in various ways across Harvard; Demonstrate tools recently developed to support that pedagogical work; Share results of cross-University curriculum mapping efforts in these domains; Meet colleagues from other departments and schools who are teaching similar content