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Learning & Thinking that Make a Difference Conference

learning and thinking that make a difference, one-day conference. June 15, 2022. 8:30am tp 4:30pm.

The Learning and Thinking that Make a Difference (LTMD) conference is a one-day, exciting plunge into inspiring ideas and practical tools developed at Harvard’s Project Zero and aimed at engaging students in the deep learning and thinking they need to do in order to succeed in and out of school, both now and in the future. This in-person learning experience is designed for educators working at all grade levels (pre-K through 12), across subjects and disciplines, and in formal and informal educational contexts.

At this June convening, participants will learn with and from PZ researchers, exploring PZ tools, strategies, and frameworks with a particular focus on inquiry, creativity, Making Thinking Visible, and Teaching for Understanding. Participants will also attend interactive, hands-on workshops facilitated by educators who have used PZ tools and ideas in their classrooms and educational settings.

To learn more, submit an interactive workshop proposal, and register, please see here:

For questions, please contact [email protected].

What is Project Zero? For several decades, Project Zero (PZ) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education has led research and worked with educators in the US and throughout the world to develop practical frameworks, strategies, and tools that support deep learning and thinking for students as well as educators.  To learn more, visit the Project Zero website at

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