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Taking best of innovations, lessons of pandemic education - Harvard Gazette

March 9, 2022

The Future of Teaching and Learning Task Force convened at the request of President Larry Bacow and Provost Alan M. Garber starting in the spring of 2021, and on Wednesday the group released its report. The initiative brought together faculty and staff from across Harvard’s Schools and units to explore the innovations and lessons that emerged from pandemic-era teaching and imagine how the University might create more engaging and equitable learning opportunities...

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An Expansive Vision for the Future of Teaching and Learning - Harvard Magazine

March 9, 2022
The Harvard Future of Teaching and Learning Task Force (FTL), organized last year to assess what the University and its faculty members had learned from the pandemic pivot to remote instruction in the spring of 2020 and through the following academic year, released its report today. An ambitious effort, it is meant to spark conversation among professors, deans, and Harvard leaders concerning three overarching subjects, a sort of pedagogical hat trick.... Read more about An Expansive Vision for the Future of Teaching and Learning - Harvard Magazine

"To Repair This Imperfect World" - Harvard Magazine covers 2021 HILT Conference

September 29, 2021
"This year’s event—again conducted virtually via Zoom—encouraged Harvard educators to reflect on their experience teaching remotely during a pandemic that “exacerbated issues” like social and healthcare inequality “that have existed in society for many, many years,” said panelist and senior lecturer in molecular and cellular biology Alain Viel." Read moreRead more about "To Repair This Imperfect World" - Harvard Magazine covers 2021 HILT Conference

“I Want to Hear About You” - Harvard Magazine covers 2020 HILT Conference

October 20, 2020
"This year’s conference, which drew roughly 400 participants, focused on building inclusive classrooms and equitable instruction. Although the topic was set nearly a year ago, it felt particularly relevant during a semester when the challenges of remote learning have concentrated professors’ and administrators’ attention on how to make sure students who are stretched across multiple time zones or who may lack internet access or other resources don’t get left out of the virtual classroom."... Read more about “I Want to Hear About You” - Harvard Magazine covers 2020 HILT Conference