DEVELOPING RESPONSIBLE, CARING, & BALANCED YOUTH
Have you registered yet for this year’s GoodWork Conference?
The conference will be taking place on March 8-10, 2013 in Dedham, MA at the Noble and Greenough School. The focus this year is “Developing Responsible, Caring, and Balanced Youth” and features an impressive roster of speakers including:
- Danielle Allen, prominent expert on citizenship and author of Talking to Strangers: Anxieties of Citizenship since Brown v. Board of Education
- Ron Berger, Chief Program Officer at Expeditionary Learning, one of the most successful progressive and democratic school reform movements in the U.S
- William Damon, psychologist at Stanford University, leading expert on moral development, and author of The Path to Purpose: How Young People Find Their Calling in Life
- Howard Gardner, psychologist at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Senior Director of Project Zero, and author of over twenty-five books, including Five Minds for the Future
- Eric Liu, former speechwriter and deputy domestic policy advisor for President Bill Clinton, leading figure on cultivating civics in the U.S., and author of The Gardens of Democracy.
- John Palfrey, a faculty co-director of the Berkman Center at Harvard University, long- time professor at Harvard Law School, author of Born Digital, and the new Head of Phillips Academy, Andover
- Esa Saarinen, Finnish philosopher and author, professor of applied philosophy at Aalto University and co-director of the Systems Intelligence Research Group,and author of Imagologies: Media Philosophy
- Kiran Bir Sethi, educator, social entrepreneur, and founder of Design for Change, a program that empowers children to be change agents in the world
- Rick Weissbourd, psychologist and lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, expert on moral development and school and community interventions, and author of The Parents We Mean To Be
- Damian Woetzel, former principal dancer at the New York City Ballet, current director of the Aspen Institute Arts Program, and artistic director of the Vail International Dance Festival
- Researchers from Project Zero, a leader in the study of thinking and learning for nearly 50 years, developing powerful tools and frameworks applicable to a range of learning contexts
Don’t miss out! Register for the GoodWork Conference now by clicking here!