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Harvard's Project Zero

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Project Zero's mission is to understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as in humanistic and scientific disciplines, at individual and institutional levels. The most useful components are the stated objectives of the project, such as "exploring how to teach for understanding--in other words, to help students learn to use knowledge to solve unexpected problems, rather than simply recite back... More
Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: April 24, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: February 08, 2006
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Primary Audience: Graduate School, Professional
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Language: English
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13 years ago

Teacher Education Editorial Board (Faculty)

This site illustrates the mission of Project Zero to understand and enhance
learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, humanities, and sciences. It
provides support and resources to address all learners by focusing on how to
teach for understanding, to help all students to learn to use knowledge to solve
unexpected problems, rather than simply recite back facts. This item is
currently under review by the Teacher Education Editorial Board.#13