Global Competence

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 […]

WISSIT Names Marci Jones to New Leadership Role

In its eighth year, the Washington International School Summer Institute for Teachers (WISSIT): Connecting DC Educators with Project Zero Ideas takes months and months to plan. Our leadership team, charged […]

DCPZ In Action, Vol. I: Marci Jones and Emily Veres

“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 […]

Global Studies in DCPS

(This blog post comes from Julian Hipkins, Global Studies Coordinator at Theodore Roosevelt High School (DCPS). Julian has taught English in Japan and History at Capital City Public Charter School […]

Understanding Shelters in Gr. 3

(This blog posting comes from Cheryl Tanski, the Assistant Director of Communications and Marketing at Washington International School.) Grade 3 students at Washington International School recently took part in a […]

What is Global Competence?

What do we mean by the term global competence? Project Zero researcher Veronica Boix Mansilla and Tony Jackson of the Asia Society created a definition in their 2011 book, Educating […]