Tina Blythe is a teacher, administrator, researcher, consultant and writer. She teaches at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the Boston Architectural College, and serves as education advisor for the Silk Road Project. For sixteen years, she was a researcher at Harvard Project Zero, where she studied teacher collaboration (particularly processes for the collaborative assessment of student work) as well as approaches to supporting deep learning, thinking and understanding for students. She consults for schools, districts, and organizations around the world on issues of curriculum, assessment, and processes for supporting professional collaboration for teachers and administrators. She began her career as a classroom teacher in urban public schools and continues to serve as a regular guest teacher at a Boston-area independent school. She is the co-author of a number of books including Looking Together at Student Work, 2nd Ed. (Teachers College Press, 2007); The Facilitator’s Book of Questions (Teachers College Press, 2004); Teaching as Inquiry (Teachers College Press, 2004); and The Teaching for Understanding Guide (Jossey Bass, 1998).