Science & Tech

‘Usable Knowledge’ Web site delivers research to educators

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The Harvard Graduate School of Education on Dec. 6, 2006, launched a new Web site aimed at connecting the research of its faculty with educators in the field. The Usable Knowledge Web site features a diverse set of media – text, video, and audio – to make the leading research of its faculty accessible to educators all over the world.

The Usable Knowledge Web site is organized around five topic areas that align with high priorities for educators: leadership and policy; learning and development; decisions through data; community and family; and teaching and curriculum. Each topic area includes a number of research pieces from HGSE faculty, written for practitioners and intended to connect with practical action or with key knowledge to inform practice.