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Following is a brief overview of these programs:
The Project Zero Classroom details various frameworks that enable you to look at teaching analytically, develop new approaches to planning and make informed decisions about instruction. You will learn to recognize and develop students' multiple intellectual strengths; encourage students to think critically and creatively; and assess student work in ways that deepen learning. In a Project Zero classroom, teachers are also learners who model intellectual curiosity and rigor, interdisciplinary and collaborative inquiry, and sensitivity to the ethical and aesthetic dimensions of learning.
To register for the Project Zero Classroom, please visit: http://www.gse.harvard.edu/ppe/programs/prek-12/portfolio/project-zero-classroom.html
The Future of Learning invites educators to examine what, where and how children and adults should learn in order to thrive in a dynamic world. When teachers embrace learning for the future, they nurture expert thinking, collaboration and entrepreneurship. They foster intercultural understanding, environmental stewardship and global citizenship. They invite students to understand complex problems, create quality work and express themselves through traditional and new media—ultimately preparing students to live ethical and reflective lives in rapidly changing environments.
To register for the Future of Learning, please visit: http://www.gse.harvard.edu/ppe/programs/prek-12/portfolio/future-of-learning.html