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Project Zero

Creating a Culture of Thinking
 
About Project Zero
 

Project Zero was founded by the philosopher Nelson Goodman at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1967 to study and improve education in the arts. Goodman believed that arts learning should be studied as a serious cognitive activity, but that "zero" had yet been firmly established about the field; hence, the project was given its name. Over the years, Project Zero has maintained a strong research agenda in the arts while gradually expanding to include investigations into the nature of intelligence, understanding, thinking, creativity, cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural thinking, and ethics. read more 

Professional Development Resources
 

Project Zero 50th Anniversary
Project Zero is celebrating its 50th, five decades of insights into intelligence, thinking and learning. View the kickoff talks video from October 13th below from leading Harvard minds including Howard Gardner, David Perkins, Drew Faust and more.
PZ 50th website

PZ Information

Project Zero Website
Project Zero Projects

Agendas & Flyers

Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning
August 9-11, 2018
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see previous agendas and flyers below
 
Breakout Session Files
Presentations
Handouts
Videos
 
Project Zero at QV Overview: YouTube
PZ Thinking Routines: YouTube | Vimeo
PZ Pittsburgh: PD for Educators: YouTube
Connecting Home & School by Ron Ritchhart: View on Stream Pittsburgh
 
Books

Educating for Global Competence: Preparing our Youth to Engage the World
By Veronica Boix Mansilla & Anthony Jackson  (free PDF download)
Social Media
 

Follow Project Zero at QV on Twitter at #pzqvsd

PZ in the News

Harvard education program comes to Quaker Valley (5/13/15)
Project Zero: What Does Learning Look Like? (2/19/15)

Previous Agendas & Flyers

Previous Presenter Biographies

For more information about Project Zero at QV, please contact:
Dr. Jeffrey D. Evancho
Project Zero Programming Specialist
Quaker Valley School District
412-749-5557 x5317
evanchoj@qvsd.org