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Project Zero Perspectives

 

This interactive conference will invite educators to reflect deeply on ways to create and sustain engaging, enriching, and rigorous learning opportunities. Learn more...

The Family Dinner Project

The Family Dinner Project is a start-up grassroots movement of food, fun and conversation about things that matter. Learn more here.

Artists-in-Residence at PZ

Project Zero's Artists-in-Residence are pursuing many exciting projects. Click here to learn more! 

What is Project Zero?

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What is Project Zero?

Welcome. Project Zero is an educational research group at the Harvard Graduate School of Education composed of multiple, independently-sponsored research projects. Since 1967, Project Zero has examined the development of learning processes in children, adults, and organizations. Today, Project Zero’s work includes investigations into the nature of intelligence, understanding, thinking, creativity, ethics, and other essential aspects of human learning. Our mission is to understand and enhance high-level thinking and learning across disciplines and cultures and in a range of contexts, including schools, businesses, museums, and digital environments.  

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Project Zero Perspectives. With its over-arching theme of Making, Thinking, and Understanding, this interactive conference will invite educators to reflect deeply on ways to create and sustain engaging, enriching, and rigorous learning opportunities. Visit our Conferences and Events section to learn more!

Chilean Magazine Spotlights MI Theory. From 2011-2012, the Chilean publication Calpe&Abyla, a periodical dedicated to education and neurosciences, published a series of magazines on Multiple Intelligences theory. Visit http://howardgardner.com/2014/09/10/1469/ to learn more.