explorations into educational initiatives that emphasize making, designing, and tinkering to further understanding of our designed world and empower learners to make their mark upon it.
“PZ In Action” is a new feature that will highlight, from time to time, the many ways in which DC-PZ educators are using Project Zero ideas in their practice. We hope […]
Cynthia Robinson-Rivers is the principal of Van Ness Elementary School in Southeast DC and a member of The Collaborative’s Advisory Council. Her school was recently awarded the Standing Ovation Award […]
In October 2016, Washington International School and the National Gallery of Art co-hosted the Project Zero Perspectives conference. This was the second time WIS and the NGA has welcomed Project […]
Thinking Routines are “simple procedures, usually consisting of only a few steps, [and] provide a framework for focusing attention on specific thinking moves that can help to build understanding.” — […]
Cultures of thinking “are places in which the group’s collective as well as the individual’s thinking is valued, visible, and actively promoted as part of the regular, day-to-day experience of […]