Teachly Testimonials

“Teachly makes being inclusive in the classroom easy. Use it! Learn from it! Adjust!”
— Iris Bohnet
 Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School, Author of “What Works: Gender Equality by Design”
“If you want richer discussions in your classroom and if you want students ultimately to feel greater ownership of your course takeaways, I highly recommend using Teachly!”
— Samantha Power
Former Professor of Practice, Harvard Kennedy and Law School and Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N
“Teachly is by far the best instrument for getting immediate feedback on how you teach and how students respond. If you want hands-on programs to help you become a better teacher, Teachly should be on your list!”
— Arne Westad
 Professor, Yale University
“[Teachly] has allowed me to be more systematic about who I call on in class–both to cut back on calling on frequent hand-raisers and to encourage the quiet students to talk more”
— Dara Kay Cohen
Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
“Teachly has been an amazing source for me…I now am far more conscious about waiting those extra few seconds to call on a person who would add diversity.”
— Asim Khwaja
Professor, Harvard Kennedy School and Director of the HKS Center for International Development
“Teachly was of tremendous assistance to us. It really provided a roadmap and gave us visibility into who we needed to draw out during the course of our discussions. It proved to be an invaluable tool in the classroom.”
— Sheila Burke
Adjunct Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School
“Seeing my own bias…was new, surprising and useful.”
— Nicco Mele
Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School
“Teachly showed that I was calling on men 20% more often than women…I adopted a practice of starting each class by calling on a woman, sending a signal to the entire class. Within three weeks, there was an equal number of women and men participating in class discussions, but the most important benefit was that the discussion was richer and the class culture felt more trusting.”
— Rand Wentworth
Louis Bacon Senior Fellow in Environmental Leadership and Adjunct Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School
“Teachly is a tool that solves a problem I have and is a concrete way for faculty to signal they care about creating an inclusive classroom environment.”
— Amanda Starc
Associate Professor of Strategy at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University