The HKS Teaching and Learning Working Paper Series promotes research-based approaches to instructional practice. Faculty authors pose inquiries, experiment and gather data, and reflect on and share their results. Such explorations can bring increased awareness, value, and skill to our teaching and our students' learning.
Initial funding for the Teaching and Learning Working Paper Series was provided by the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT).
Cold Calling and Web Postings: Do They Improve Students’ Preparation and Learning? (Levy, Bookin) (252936)
Getting an Honest Answer: Clickers in the Classroom (Levy, Yardley, Zeckhauser) (252941)
Low-Cost Interventions to Reduce Anonymity in Large Classes (Goodman) (252946)
Engaged Scholarship: Perspectives from Outside the University (Nash, Bilmes) (252951)
An Assessment Strategy for Enhancing Sustained HKS Excellence (Light) (252956)
Scoring the "Integrative Complexity" of Student Responses: A New Strategy for Measuring Student Learning (Berg, Bowles)
A Detailed Case Example: Using Integrative Complexity as a Measure of Student Learning (Berg, Bowles)