The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Master of Arts in Eastern Classics at St. John’sCollege are pathways to deeper engagement with the great books of the liberal arts tradition. Immerse yourself in small, dynamic classes where graduate students read and discuss over 3,000 years of books that shed light on the complicated and persistent questions surrounding our shared human experience. Ranked among the best colleges for the quality of the faculty and classroom experience, St. John’s offers a flexible class schedule, online and in-person class options, and generous scholarships for educators—making this education possible for busy teachers. St. John’s is now accepting applications for the 2022 academic year.
On the second Wednesday of every month, UBTECH Education offers freewebinars for educators to explore topics such as connecting STEM to other subject areas, using STEM and artificial intelligence to prepare students for the future, and utilizing the engineering design process to mold open-minded, creative students in the classroom.
Re-Imagining Migration is a collaborative between Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero and UCLA’s School of Education and Information Sciences. The organization seeks to ensure that young people grow up understanding migration as a shared condition of the past, present, and future in order to develop the knowledge, empathy, and mindsets that sustain inclusive and welcoming communities.
The COVID-19 School Data Hub serves as a central database for educators, researchers, and policymakers looking to study and understand how the pandemic shaped students' modes of learning in the 2020–21 school year and what the implications of that are going forward.
Online Teaching and Learning in Action from Harvard Graduate Schoolof Education serves as an action-oriented space where classroom teachers, curriculum leaders, and administrators can engage in conversation, participate in a supportive community, give and receive feedback from peers, and iterate on work in a flexible environment.