HILT grant recipient Beth Altringer (SEAS) discusses her team-driven course “The Innovator’s Practice” which involves students in a continuous creation and feedback cycle as they pursue the development of entrepreneurial ideas.
Researchers demonstrated that reading fiction plays a role in enhancing readers' social cognition by activating the default network, known to support capacity to simulate hypothetical scenes, spaces and mental states.
TELLab, funded by a Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) grant, is a platform for online experiments that students can participate in and modify for their own use. Faculty interested in developing an experiment module for their course can contact the team. ...
An ablConnect literature summary outlines that field learning—an extreme form of authentic learning (versus lab and simulation)—increases student motivation and the ability to think like a member of the discipline.