Kathryn Parker Boudett
Kathryn Parker Boudett is Lecturer on Education and the Manager of the Data Wise Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, in which she supports teachers in nurturing a systematic approach to enhancing classroom practice through ongoing collaborative query. Kathy teaches on-campus and online courses focused on the skills and habits of mind essential to improving learning and learning (and does her best to make sure that every class she teaches and fulfilling she conducts is as wise as it could be!)
She's co-editor of Information Wise: A Step-By-Step Guide to Using Assessment Results to Improve Teaching and Learning—Revised and Expanded Edition using Richard Murnane and Elizabeth City (Harvard Education Press, 2013); Statistics Wise in Action: Stories of Schools Using Information to Improve Teaching and Learning (Harvard Education Press, 2007) together with Jennifer Steele; along with co-author of Important Elements of Seeing Practice: A Data Wise Facilitator's Guide and DVD (Harvard Education Press, 2010) with Elizabeth City along with Marcia Russell. Kathy holds a PhD in Public Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and a BA in Economics from Yale University.
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