This past spring, the ESC co-hosted the Learning & Thinking That Make a Difference Conference
in partnership with the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Project Zero
. This in-person learning experience was designed for educators working at all grade levels (pre-K through 12), across subjects and disciplines, and in formal and informal educational contexts. The participants learned with and from Project Zero researchers, exploring Project Zero tools, strategies, and frameworks with a particular focus on inquiry, creativity, Making Thinking Visible, and Teaching for Understanding.
To offer Central Ohio educators continued opportunities to learn more about how to use Project Zero ideas, online and interactive learning experiences are now being offered, designed for busy educators, both teachers and administrators. Learn practical strategies for making your classroom a place where student engagement, learning, and thinking thrive. The Project Zero Online (PZO) courses
(in-depth or mini) feature research-based frameworks and strategies you can apply in your own context as you learn.
The ESC has a limited number of scholarships available (for member district
educators) and Project Zero also has scholarships available. If you are interested in utilizing the ESC scholarship to fund your registration, please contact [email protected]
by September 1, 2022, to learn more about support and registration through the ESC.