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The Good Teacher Toolkit

Project Zero’s The Good Project, co-founded by Howard Gardner, has spent two decades investigating topics like Good Work, ethics, collaboration, and youth engagement with digital media. In April 2015, the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Usable Knowledge portal, which provides practical tips, tools, and information for educators, featured the Good Project’s resources most helpful to […]

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Press from Taiwan, Russia, and Brazil

We are excited to announce that Howard Gardner has been featured in a few foreign-language articles from media outlets abroad, including publications in Taiwan and Brazil and a website in Russia. First, Brazilian magazine Pátio Ensino Fundamental, an education-focused periodical, included in its November 2014-January 2015 edition a piece on The App Generation by Gardner and co-author […]

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Gardner’s Morning Address at Memorial Church

On Friday, April 10, 2015, Howard Gardner spoke at Harvard’s Memorial Church as a part of the daily Morning Prayers session. Speakers are invited to Morning Prayers to discuss a topic of their choice, particularly one that has meaningful implications for the lives of listeners. Gardner’s talk focused on truth, beauty, and goodness, and the […]

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Education in the US and Finland

Howard Gardner and Pasi Sahlberg have been jointly interviewed for an article in Cathy Rubin’s “The Global Search for Education” blog in The Huffington Post. In this piece, Gardner and Sahlberg discuss what has made Finnish K-12 education and American higher education so successful and admired around the world. The two also share their opinions […]

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Coverage from the Brock Prize Symposium

On March 24, 2015, Howard Gardner was awarded the Brock International Prize in Education for his worldwide contributions to practice in the field of education. An annual award presented to an influential or innovative educator, Gardner is the first scholar from Harvard University to be so honored.  Speaking at the Brock Prize Symposium at the […]

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