The Collaborative

Latest News from the Collaborative

Read from our latest newsletter about everything PDC has been up to!  About twice a month, the Professional Development Collaborative sends out a newsletter to its 2000+ subscribers to let them know about the projects we are working on; the relevant meetings or conferences at which we are presenting or that we are attending; and, of course, descriptions and reminders for all of the wonderful DC-PZ events that are coming up soon. This includes information about WISSIT--our annual summer  institute for educators. In addition to being emailed to all of our subscribers, each newsletter will also be posted here, on our website. If you would like access to previous newsletters, you can click on the link to our Mailchimp archive. While you’re there, you can also sign up for our m ... (more...)

The Collaborative aims to deepen DC-area educators’ capacity to inspire deep thinking and understanding in learners and to nurture global competence.

Educator Resources for Responding to the Attack on the Capitol

Even after all of the painful turmoil of this past year, the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol Building left many of us reeling and at a loss […]

DCPZ In Action, Vol. IV: Ana Maria Nicolich

DCPZ In Action” is our feature that highlights the many ways in which DCPZ educators are using Project Zero ideas in their practice. We hope that our readers will be […]

CAC Named in Learning Across America Forerunner’s Report

On Tuesday, October 13, 2020, the internationally renowned organization HundrED, in partnership with Remake Learning and The Grable Foundation, published the Learning Across America Forerunners Report, detailing system-wide, impactful and […]

DCPZ In Action, Vol. V: Anne Leflot & Gerald D. Smith, Jr.

Cross-Cultural Exchanges: Bridging Divides Across a City and an Ocean DCPZ In Action” is our feature that highlights the many ways in which DCPZ educators are using Project Zero ideas […]

DCPZ In Action, Vol. III: Emily Muha

“DCPZ In Action” is our feature that highlights the many ways in which DCPZ educators are using Project Zero ideas in their practice. We hope that our readers will be […]