T600 Thinking and Learning Today and Tomorrow: Project Zero Perspectives [with Carrie James]





In this course, we will explore perspectives on thinking, learning, and understanding, drawing on over four decades of work from Project Zero (PZ), a research center at HGSE. Since its inception in 1967 as a center for research on learning in the arts, PZ's work has extended in new directions while maintaining a focus on thinking, learning, and deep understanding. Today, PZ's diverse portfolio includes research and pedagogical frameworks related to the following themes: multiple intelligences; teaching for understanding; making learning visible; visible thinking; creating cultures of thinking; thinking in the arts; group learning; cognition in science; interdisciplinary teaching and learning; ethical issues and other dimensions of good work; and the implications of globalization and digital life for learning and learners today.