Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE)

Leading Learning that Matters

Leading Learning that Matters (LLtM) is a multi-year collaboration with the Independent Schools Victoria (ISV), Australia, to explore and document what leading learning that matters for our contemporary world looks like in a variety of cultural, urban, and rural K-12 contexts in the state of Victoria.

Investigating Impacts of Educational Experiences

Investigating Impacts of Educational Experiences is a multi-year collaboration with United World Colleges (UWC), a global network of seventeen international schools. UWC’s mission is to “make education a force to unite people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future.” To fulfill this vision, UWC schools assemble diverse student populations (particularly in terms of national origin and socioeconomic status) in order to encourage cross-cultural exchange, celebration of difference, respect, and personal integrity.

Interdisciplinary & Global Studies

Interdisciplinary and Global Studies (Id-Global) is an ensemble of research projects designed to inform scholars and educators interested in preparing youth to understand pressing global issues of our times through interdisciplinary work and to participate in these issues as responsible global citizens.

Global Children Project

The Global Children project brings together a group of early childhood educators in the US and Japan to examine the teaching and learning demands associated with nurturing global competence among children ages 3-5. The project asks: How do children make sense of the world and multiple cultures within and beyond their immediate environments? How to they learn to deploy the many languages of childhood to communicate with children far away? How do children begin to take perspective and expand their universe of care? How do they participate to make a difference in their worlds?

Educating Global Citizens through a US and China Lens

This project involves a collaboration between Weiming Education Group and Harvard Graduate School of Education's Project Zero designed to familiarize teachers in four schools within the network with frameworks and tools to teach for global competence developed at Project Zero. Such frameworks and tools are designed to enhance students’ understanding of the world and nurture global thinking dispositions that are essential to succeed in school and college, as well as in increasingly global workplaces.

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