Pedagogy at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (Pedagogy @ PON) is dedicated to improving the way people teach and learn about negotiation and dispute resolution. Incorporating and expanding upon the historical mission of the Teaching Negotiation Resource Center, (formerly the Clearinghouse) Pedagogy @ PON serves as PON’s intellectual focal point for negotiation education.
Pedagogy @ PON is involved a range of activities including research, curriculum development, training, and networking among those interested in negotiation and dispute resolution pedagogy. The formal mission of Pedagogy @ PON is to:
•Contribute to the growing field of negotiation and dispute resolution pedagogy through research and publications;
•Support both experienced and next-generation negotiation and dispute resolution educators through workshops, idea exchanges, and other educator-focused events;
•Foster connections between communities of negotiation and dispute resolution educators and education scholars;
•Develop and distribute teaching materials that are useful in skills-based negotiation and dispute resolution instruction;
•Explore and test the application of new technologies to improve teaching and learning about negotiation and dispute resolution; and
•Help PON reach new audiences of negotiation practitioners and students through workshops, seminars, and other educational activities.
Co-Director, Lawrence Susskind, MIT
Co-Director, Michael Wheeler, Harvard Business School
Coordinator, Warren Dent, Harvard Law School
Pedagogy @ PON publishes a free, weekly e-newsletter, Teaching Negotiation, which highlights current research, new teaching materials, and upcoming events, as well as offering a discussion forum for negotiation and dispute resolution instructors. The discussion forums can be found through LinkedIn and Facebook.
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