Our research initiatives often culminate in the development of “toolkits”: our growing collection of tools for the classroom, designed to facilitate reflection about dilemmas faced at school, work, online, and beyond.
Current Good Project toolkits include the GoodWork Toolkit, an elementary version of the GoodWork Toolkit for use with K-5 grades, and a Collaboration Toolkit (in process). Our digital ethics research has resulted in two curricular initiatives: Our Space: Being a Responsible Citizen of the Digital World (co-developed with Project New Media Literacies) and a Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum (co-developed with Common Sense Media).
The Good Project team offers workshops and presentations at the annual Project Zero Classroom and Future of Learning summer institutes at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. We also lead our workshops at Project Zero’s offsite institutes. In March of 2013, we held the inaugural Good Work conference in Dedham, MA.
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