Chosen from a field of 255, 47 awards will stimulate innovation in learning and teaching.
Harvard’s initiative to enhance learning and teaching begins.
Examples of active learning abound in the Harvard curriculum.
“Active learning” may overthrow the style of teaching that has ruled universities for 600 years.
A $40-million gift jump-starts a University initiative to adapt learning and teaching to twenty-first-century opportunities and challenges.
Dean Michael D. Smith presents his draft annual report: budget, faculty growth, and more
The Hausers invest $40 million to launch the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching.
The context for a major new initiative on teaching skills, classrooms, learning technology, and evaluation
The dean’s annual message touches on budget, faculty searches, pedagogy, and more.
As a redesigned museum rises, curators choose works for display and plan to increase faculty involvement in the process.
Academic freedom for students should mean the freedom to study what they
want, without regard to categories or rigid boundaries and rules.
Readers recall effective, innovative education—and more Faculty of Arts and Sciences “conversations” on pedagogy.
Letters from our readers