Learning to Teach Through Discussion: The Art of Turning the Soul by Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon
Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon, author of Learning to Teach Through Discussion: The Art of Turning the Soul
Northwestern University
Northwestern is a private university founded in 1851 in Evanston, IL. Currently, there are two additional campuses: in Chicago, IL, and Doha, Qatar. There are approximately 8,000 undergraduate students and 7,000 graduates students, for a total enrollment of approximately 15,000 students. NU is a charter member of the Big Ten, and is the only private member of the conference.

The School of Education and Social Policy
SESP was founded in 1926, and is the smallest school at NU, with approximately 430 students. SESP is the home of both graduate and undergraduate programs in the areas of learning sciences, human development and social policy, teacher preparation, and learning and organizational change. Currently, the school is ranked 7th among graduate schools of education by US News & World Report.

The Master of Science in Education Program
The MSEd program is dedicated toward preparing future teachers as well as leaders in college and university settings, and to help existing teachers or higher education professionals improve their practice. Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon is the director of the MSEd program, and a professor in SESP.



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