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Posts Tagged ‘tutoring’
Showing Before Telling [Jerry Bell '58]
Showing Before Telling [Jerry Bell '58]

“Lesson number two, which has followed me through my entire career is always to introduce phenomena before theory and abstraction. Essentially all of my professional achievements in the area of pedagogy have been based on this approach, which I credit to the opportunity and experience provided by my freshman year PBH volunteer activity.” My goal […]

Sociology 301 [Jerry Rabow '58]

“I know that I learned more from those discussions about the societal forces that can draw even intelligent men into crime than I ever learned in my sociology classes at Harvard.” In the mid-50s (I was Class of ’58) the general spirit of the nation was one of turning inward and self-involvement. The campus did […]

Looking Towards a Brighter Future [Stanley Zheng '12]
Looking Towards a Brighter Future [Stanley Zheng '12]

Stanley Zheng ’12 hopes to inspire the next generation of leaders and scholars from underprivileged backgrounds to dream big and follow their passions.

All in a Day’s Work [Shalini Pammal '13]
All in a Day's Work [Shalini Pammal '13]

Each day, Shalini Pammal strives to create a supportive, enriching environment for youth in South Boston .