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Find out more about past Project Teach programs in the Harvard Gazette, and join the conversation on social media to see more highlights from Project Teach instructors and participants.
Spotlight: Exploring the World of Gullah
Sunn M’Cheaux, an instructor in the African Language Program at Harvard, shares his love of the Gullah language and its origins with Project Teach students. M’Cheaux’s lessons show students the importance of following their interests and curiosities.
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.@hgse research has shown that middle school is when students begin to envision going, or not going, to college. For more than 20 years, @Harvard's Project Teach has brought local 7th graders to campus to grow college-going identities. #CollegeMonth https://t.co/b7O8PK3W8w pic.twitter.com/orQrPEwHIx— Harvard Local (@HarvardLocal) October 11, 2018
Today, students from Rindge Ave Upper School explored the language of Gullah, historical & current issues in immigration to the U.S., biology, & U.S.-Russia relations during their Project Teach visit! @cabmridge_cpsd @DCRES_Harvard @sunnmcheaux @DACASeminar @HarvardMuseum pic.twitter.com/ag1Y1oyjNX— Harvard Local (@HarvardLocal) March 2, 2018
Today, I had an absolute blast teaching Gullah/Geechee language, culture, & "cool" contributions to these intelligent, energetic & engaged Vassal Lane Upper School students via @Harvard's Project Teach! Mi gladee fa meet oona... TENKI! 🙌🏿 #weoutchea | https://t.co/GoHoWJytPc 📚🍎 pic.twitter.com/YtJ0MafbMT— Sunn m'Cheaux (@sunnmcheaux) March 9, 2019