While I don’t have a degree in education, in my time, I’ve taken a few online courses on education:
- “Saving Schools” parts 1, 3, and 4 from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. This is a set of short courses on school policy.
- “Leaders of Learning” from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
- “Surviving Your Rookie Year of Teaching” from Match Teacher Residency
- “Coaching Teachers: Promoting Changes that Stick” from Match Teacher Residency
- “Teaching Character and Creating Positive Classrooms” from the Relay Graduate School of Education
- “Foundations of Teaching for Learning 3: Learners and Learning” from the Commonwealth Education Trust
- “Foundations of Teaching for Learning 6: Introduction to Student Assessment”from the Commonwealth Education Trust
- “ICT in Primary Education: Transforming children’s learning across the curriculum” from the University of London
- “Instructional Methods in Health Professions Education” from the University of Michigan
- “Applying Principles of Behavior in the K-12 Classroom” from the University of Houston System
I’ve given around twenty keynotes, panel discussions, and other invited talks on education, published about a dozen peer-reviewed publications, and chaired a few research conference tracks. I have some background in early childhood development, including adapting one of my favorite courses (from the University of Washington) into a podcast format.