Video Library

Our video library contains a collection of testimonials from Harvard affiliated faculty, dynamic practitioners/leaders from the field, and Harvard leadership students who all work together to make PELP an impactful project in large school systems around the country.

play iconPELP 2015: Leadership in Action
PELP Facilitators and partner superintendents both provide perspectives on the powerful learning opportunities at the PELP Summer Institute.

play iconThe Benefits of PELP
Core PELP faculty members recount many of the tangible benefits experienced by leadership teams in partner districts.

play iconProfessional Development Opportunity
Partner superintendents and district leaders elaborate upon the powerful learning and growth opportunity available through PELP team-based learning.

play iconThe PELP District Network
Partner superintendents and Professor Monica Higgins speak about the powerful network learning opportunities available through PELP.

play iconThe Power of the Team
District partners promote the power of team-based learning and learning from multiple perspectives without the distractions of daily work.

play iconThe Strategic Problem of Practice
Superintendent Tom Boasberg (Denver), CEO Andres Alonso (Baltimore), and Professor Monica Higgins discuss the focus on a problem of practice.

play iconLearning by the Case Study Method
Use of both in-sector case studies from large urban school systems and out-of-sector case studies from business or elsewhere leads to powerful classroom learning.

play iconThe Importance of Coherence by the Participant
Experienced PELP participants discuss how they make learning connections while pushing their thinking with PELP.

play iconHBS + HGSE Collaboration
Participants and faculty members talk about the power of the unique collaboration between the disciplines represented by the business school and school of education.

play iconThe PELP Framework
Core PELP faculty members discuss the powerful components of the PELP coherence framework and the centrality of the instructional core.