Future of Education Series: Human Development and Psychology: The Long View





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Where has the field of human development been? Where is it now? Where is it going? Where should it go? Panelists will reflect on the ideas that have been central to their respective areas of the field — including neuroscience, media and technology, and adolescent development — and how ideas have evolved. Speakers will also share their concerns about the future of human development as well as their hopes for how the field might make greater contributions to both our understanding of child and adult development and our efforts to improve education.

Moderated by:

RICHARD WEISSBOURD
Senior Lecturer on Education, HGSE

Speakers:
KATIE DAVIS
Associate Professor, University of Washington Information School
CHARLES NELSON
Professor of Pediatrics and Neuroscience; Professor of Education, Harvard University
NANCY HILL
Charles Bigelow Professor of Education, HGSE
MARCELO SUAREZ-OROZCO
Wasserman Dean and Distinguished Professor of Education, UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
KATHLEEN MCCARTNEY
President, Smith College
WILLIAM DAMON
Professor of Education, Stanford University


About the Future of Education series:
The Future of Education is HGSE’s Centennial discussion series, meant to explore less-visible ideas and solutions, share new knowledge, and foster constructive conversation about the most important issues in education. Throughout 2020, these convenings will dig deep into critical topics and big-picture ideas, with scholars, practitioners, and thought leaders from across and beyond the education sector.
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