2019 China Education Symposium – Special Event Coordinators
Devon Wilson 戴伟
【Edstory Coordinator 教育故事心分享活动组织者】
Devon is a Project Coordinator for the Interdisciplinary Studies Project at Project Zero and is a graduate of the International Education Policy Master’s Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Devon has over 10 years of experience working with educational projects in the US and China including serving as 3rd-6th grade teacher; grade level chair; and curriculum writer with Teach for China (美丽中国); and a program manager for a young entrepreneur non-profit through UC Berkeley.
王露橙 Lucheng Wang
【Edstory Coordinator 教育故事心分享活动组织者】[
Lucheng Wang is a current graduate student in Human Development and Psychology program at HGSE. She graduated from Beijing Normal University with the Bachelor’s Degree of Education. With the passion for human development and curriculum design, she led a volunteer teaching program and went to Inner Mongolia, Sichuan and Zhejiang as a volunteer teacher. She also has experience in curriculum development including school-based curriculum, project-based learning, service-learning, global competence and multi-media literacy. She aspired to become and foster more lifelong active learner in the future.
李立佳 Lijia Li
【Professional Development Coordinator 教师职业发展活动组织者】
哈佛大学教育研究生院学习与教学（数学教学领导力）在读硕士, Jon Star Lab研究助理，参与中、美、芬兰、瑞典、西班牙五国中学数学教学的跨国比较研究课题。浙江大学应用生物科学本科，瑞典乌普萨拉大学分子细胞生物学硕士，曾担任上海中学国际部生物与数学老师。她坚信一位好老师可以改变一群学生的轨迹，而充足、适切的教师职业发展则关系着每位教师的成长与社会的未来。
Lijia is an M.Ed. candidate in Learning and Teaching (Strand: Instructional Leadership in Math) at Harvard Graduate School of Education. She currently works in the Jon Star Lab in the cross-national study of middle school math teaching on the topics of flexibility and comparison. Prior to HGSE, she taught science and math at Shanghai High School International Division and set the school’s record of highest score in students’ anonymous evaluation of all teachers. She believes a good teacher brings a lifelong impact to students, that adequate and
吴诺亚 Nora Wu
【Educating for Global Competencies 世界公民教育组织者】
Originally from Wuhan, Nora is a master’s student of International Education Policy at Harvard Graduate School of Education. She graduated from Macalester College, majoring economics and applied math, with minor in education and community and global health concentration. She is also a graduate of Red Cross Nordic United World College with full scholarship. During college, she worked as a Global Ambassadors Program Coordinator at International Admissions and interviewed over 100 applicants for college admissions. Prior to coming to Harvard, she worked at a leading think tank and an innovation lab in Washington DC area, focusing on global women’s leadership, development financing and the Sustainable Development Goals. She has organized several international roundtables, global youth summits and consulted for education nonprofits in the U.S. , Norway, U.K. , Kenya and Cambodia. Currently, she is working on a book chapter on the 21st century teacher professional development through comparative lens and serving as a content developer for the online data science course provided by Harvard through EdX, for over 15,000 professionals across the world.