Cambridge Massachusetts





Who



Created in Cambridge Massachusetts, we are a growing network of educators.


David Alsdorf (founder) is a teacher, education researcher, artist and designer of games and educational materials. As a K-9 robotics and humanities teacher, curriculum designer, and ethnographer studying educational institutions, he has worked in nearly a dozen public schools in Boston and Cambridge, in many Massachusetts private schools, and in several Danish schools. David has worked in depth with children of exceptional intelligence and with children presenting special needs related to anxiety. Currently he also serves as Elementary Math Program manager for Cambridge School Volunteers. David has an A.B. in Religion from Reed College and an M.Ed in Early Childhood Education from Lesley GSE.
Rebecca B. Miller (advisor) is the Associate Director for Curriculum Design & Assessment in the Teaching and Learning Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE), where she leads initiatives related to the design, development, and assessment of new courses and curricula. She is also a Lecturer on Education at HGSE. Her professional and research interests center on curriculum and instruction in higher education, with a particular focus on efforts to promote inclusion and identity development via foundational or general curricula in STEM fields and in the field of education. Becca received her Ed.D. in Education Policy, Leadership, and Instructional Practice and her Ed.M. in Specialized Studies from HGSE. She received her A.B. in Molecular Biology from Princeton University.




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