Cultures of Thinking

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 […]

Dispatches from the Distance Learning Trenches

Spring semester 2020 forced all of us, very suddenly, onto the roller coaster ride that is living in a global pandemic. Schools across the country made the effort to pivot […]

DCPZ In Action, Vol. II: Making Across the Curriculum

“DCPZ In Action” is a new feature that will highlight, from time to time, the many ways in which DCPZ educators are using Project Zero ideas in their practice. We […]

WISSIT 2018 Video

Thank you to everyone who made WISSIT 2018 the best WISSIT yet! And a special thank you to Kristen Kullberg for making this beautiful video!

Building A School Community with Project Zero

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 […]

WIS & NGA Host PZ Perspectives Conference

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 […]

Making Thinking Visible

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 Explorations in DC

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 […]