Humanist Learning Lab
One Sunday each month
Younger class (5-7) meets 9:00am – 10:00am
Older class (8-11) meets 10:30am – 12:00pm
9/7: Open House from 12:00-1:00pm. All families are welcome — no registration required!
10/19, 11/16, 12/14, 1/25, 2/15, 3/15, 4/12, 5/17
The Learning Lab provides children and adolescents with an inclusive space to learn in a secular setting about what it means to be a moral citizen. Our goal is to create a safe environment for youth to explore their identities as critical thinkers and as compassionate, community-minded participants in our diverse world.
We will be focusing on teaching our students the 2014-2015_HCH Learning Lab Curriculum, designed by experts in pedagogy and specifically created for HCH Learning Lab.
If you want to get involved in this project in anyway, or just want to put in your two cents, please email Sarah Chandonnet at email@example.com.
Please donate to our program! Our program relies entirely on your donations.
About the teacher:
Rebecca Vaudreuil earned a bachelors degree in music therapy from Berklee College of Music and a masters of education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. As a board-certified music therapist with specialty certifications in neurologic and neonatal intensive care music therapy, Rebecca provides music therapy services for a variety of populations in Massachusetts and San Diego County. She has published two books of group music therapy curriculum for use in neurologic rehabilitation and with military populations and she frequently lectures nationally for diverse audiences at conferences, universities, and various organizations. Rebecca has traveled to Japan, Africa, and India, and also travels annually to Jamaica to provide music therapy services in schools, hospitals, and orphanages.
She is excited about her teaching position at Harvard’s Humanist Learning Lab for the 2014 – 2015 academic year and looks forward to working with the students in the program to promote the awareness and development of humanist principles through critical thinking, teamwork, and education.