With an over-arching theme of Think-Create-Innovate, the Atlanta conference will invite educators to reflect deeply on ways to build and sustain engaging, enriching and rigorous learning opportunities; to encourage problem-finding and problem-solving; and to develop the disposition to act to make the world a better place.
A huge thanks to the Flux Foundation for this interactive piece at our Project Zero Perspectives: Making, Thinking, Understanding. Participants were able to interact daily creating a beautiful flowing carousel which remained at Lick-Wilmerding after the conference.
Project Zero is an educational research group at the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University. Project Zero’s mission is to understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as humanistic and scientific disciplines, at the individual and institutional levels.
Project Zero conferences are produced in collaboration with the Center for the Advancement and Study of International Education (CASIE).
Project Zero Perspectives: Making, Thinking, and Understanding, Lick-Wilmerding High School, San Francisco, CA, USA (October 10-12, 2014)
Project Zero Perspectives: How & Where Does Learning Thrive?, Presbyterian Day School, Memphis, TN, USA (February 13-15, 2014)
Project Zero Perspectives: Thinking and Learning in the 21st Century, American School in London, London, United Kingdom (October 4-6,2013)
A GoodWork Conference: Developing Responsible, Caring, & Balanced Youth, Noble & Greenough School, Dedham, MA, USA (March 8-10, 2013)
Project Zero Perspectives: Building a Culture of Thinking, Clarkston Community Schools, Clarkston, MI, USA (November 1-3, 2012)
Educating for Today & Tomorrow: Arts, Ethics, & Learning in the 21st Century, Atlanta International School, The Woodruff Arts Center, and The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, USA (November 4-6, 2011)
Educating for Today & Tomorrow: Perspectives and Practices from Project Zero, New York City Public Schools, New York, NY, USA (April 8-9, 2011)
Educating for Today & Tomorrow: Connecting Project Zero Research with Global Issues, Washington International School and The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (November 12-14, 2010)