Tina Blythe is the Director of Learning and Outreach at Harvard Project Zero (PZ) and co-investigator for the Democratic Knowledge Project at Harvard’s Safra Center for Ethics. A researcher at PZ for more than 30 years, she studies and supports practices for engaging both students and educators in deep learning and thinking, particularly through reflection, collaborative inquiry, and the collaborative assessment of student and teacher work.
Tina is a Lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and consults internationally on issues of curriculum, assessment, instruction, and professional development for teachers. She began her career as a middle and high school teacher. She is the author and co-author of a number of articles and books, including Facilitating for Learning (Teachers College Press, 2018) Protocols in the Classroom: Tools to Help Students Think, Read, Write, and Collaborate (TCP, 2018); Looking Together at Student Work, 3rd Ed. (TCP, 2015); The Facilitator’s Book of Questions (TCP, 2004); and The Teaching for Understanding Guide (Jossey-Bass, 1998).