• Getting learners to AskUp: Enhancing education through learner-generated questions

    Awardees will develop an online platform – “AskUp” – using evidence-based techniques to facilitate and enhance learning through learner-generated questions.
  • Teaching creativity: Landscape, architecture, originality, and autobiography

    Awardee will develop a new interdisciplinary course, involving leaders in landscape architecture and other fields paired with faculty at Harvard to examine originality, authenticity, and invention, and develop a model for courses that spark students to develop their own creative voice.
  • Open review platform

    Awardees will, within several physics courses, test, assess, and refine a promising education tool that facilitates student and faculty collaborative annotation of scholarly materials.
  • Transforming education through computer vision analysis and automated assessment

    Awardees plan to develop tools for automatically analyzing student behavior, promoting richer interactions between students and teachers, and optimizing peer instruction in large lecture classes.
  • Calculus practitioner series: Meeting the changing needs of our students and client disciplines

    Awardees plan to design and record a multimedia series on the  interdisciplinary nature of calculus with speakers from Harvard faculty from the STEM and quantitative social science fields.
  • Framework courses in arts and humanities

    Awardees plan three Graduate Seminars in General Education that will ultimately lead to proposals for foundational Gen Ed courses in the arts and humanities.
  • The lecture in 21st century learning: Reconstructing and revaluing our oldest teaching asset

    Awardee plans to redesign his large lecture course based on active learning strategies but, at the same time, preserving possible benefits of the traditional lecture format.
  • Harvard students and incarcerated students: Learning together in a prison classroom

    Awardees plan to develop a joint experiential-learning course for incarcerated students and Harvard students.
  • Einstein reversed

    Awardee redesigned his Gen Ed course on the Einsteinian revolution, using video-recorded content to “flip the classroom."
  • The Connected Scholar

    Awardees plan to develop further an online tool (“The Connected Scholar”) to teach and promote academic integrity and facilitate proper citation.
  • Quests for wisdom: Religious, moral, and aesthetic searches for the art of living

    Awardees plan to design, fund, and assess a new interdisciplinary, cross-school course on “wisdom for the art of living” that seeks to transform students’ moral experiences through experiential learning.
  • HSPH Case-Based Teaching and Learning Initiative

    Case-Based Teaching and Learning Initiative provides a repository for all resources developed by and for the HSPH Case-Based Teaching and Learning Center.
  • HKS Strengthening Learning and Teaching Excellence

    Provides confidential consultation services to individual HKS faculty and to HKS faculty groups for professional development purposes. Provides case and curriculum development/materials for public service professional education.
  • HGSE Teaching and Learning Lab

    Support for instructional design and development through consultations, grants, programs, projects and tools.
  • HBS Roland Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning

    Provides coaching, consultations, workshops, research, and resources for case method and participant-centered teaching to HBS instructors.
  • Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning

    By supporting experimentation, innovation, and evidence-based practices, the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning seeks to create transformational learning experiences for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates in Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
  • Harvard Art Museums

    "The Harvard Art Museums—the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum—advance knowledge about and appreciation of art and art museums. The museums are committed to preserving, documenting, presenting, interpreting, and strengthening the collections and resources in their care. The Harvard Art Museums bring to light the intrinsic power of art and promote critical looking and thinking for students, faculty, and the public. Through research, teaching, professional training, and public education, the museums encourage close study of original works of art, enhance access to the collections, support the production of original scholarship, and foster university-wide collaboration across disciplines."
  • Harvard University Herbaria

    The Harvard University Herbaria include six collections and more than five million specimens of algae, bryophytes, fungi, and vascular plants. Together they form one of the largest university herbarium collections in the world, and the third largest herbarium in the United States. With their state-of-the art research laboratories and world class libraries, the HUH have been a centerpiece of biodiversity science since the early 1800s.
  • Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

    "The Peabody Museum... - Offers exhibitions, workshops, symposia, and publications - Serves a wide public audience through youth and adult educational programs - Allows faculty and students to draw upon the collections to enrich classes and research - Is a member of the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture (HMSC) consortium."
  • Global Health Education and Learning Incubator

    The Global Health Education and Learning Incubator at Harvard University inspires and supports innovative learning, teaching, and dialogue about cutting-edge, multidisciplinary global challenges.