GEII Team Meeting at Harvard Graduate School of Education

GEII Team Meeting at Harvard Graduate School of Education

Date
Wednesday, 03 August 2016

3Aug2016_GEIITeamMeetHarvardGradSch

From left to right: Associate Professor Ng Pak Tee (Head, Policy and Leadership Studies, and Associate Dean, Leadership Learning), Professor Sergio Cárdenas (Professor, Department of Public Administration, Center for Economics Research and Teaching [CIDE], Mexico), Mr Jiang Xueqin (Deputy Principal, Tsinghua University High School [Beijing, China]), Dr Connie Chung (Research Director, Global Education Innovation Initiative, Harvard Graduate School of Education), Professor Patricia Albjerg Graham (Charles Warren Professor of the History of American Education, Emerita, Harvard Graduate School of Education and former Dean, Harvard Graduate School of Education [1982 to 1991]), Professor Fernando Reimers (Ford Foundation Professor of the Practice of International Education and Director of International Education Policy Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education), Professor Tan Oon Seng (Director, NIE), Ms Liliana Morawietz (Assistant researcher, Center for Advanced Research in Education, University of Chile and part-time lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Alberto Hurtado University), Associate Professor Low Ee Ling (Head, SPAQ), Ms Monal Jayaram (Program Director, School Leadership Development Program Curriculum Design Team, Kaivalya Education Foundation & Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership, India).


The GEII team had a meeting at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on 3-4 August 2016. The Singapore GEI team was present at this two-day meeting which discussed the drafts of the second book being written from the collaborative research done by the research team. Apart from reviewing each other's chapters, the team also presented at a webinar entitled, "A Global Conversation with Harvard Alumni: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century" which drew a 200-strong online audience. The team also discussed possible next steps in propelling the outreach of this research initiative and launched a new, richly resourced website detailing the work of the partnership.


For more information about the GEII, please click
here.

For more information about the Global Education Innovation (GEI) Lab, please click here.