About Project Zero Sydney
The Project Zero Sydney Network (PZSyd) is open to all interested educators, schools and institutions.
The Project Zero Sydney Network (PZSyd) is a network of Sydney educators inspired by Project Zero ideas from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Drawing on Project Zero pedagogy and practice, we believe that:
- learning is a consequence of thinking
- understanding is not only something you have, but something you do
- intelligence is not one thing, but many, and is something that can be learned
- thinking skills alone are not sufficient; we must also have the disposition to use them
- thinking and learning are processes that are deepened when we make them visible
- collaboration is the stuff of learning.
A central aim of PZSyd is to share our passion for Project Zero ideas with others by providing free professional learning opportunities for Australian educators.
PZSyd Steering Committee
Adam Majsay, Cameron Paterson, Carla Gagliano, Helen Maynard, Jay Trevaskis, Kylie Bowra, Lisa Sharpe, Natasha Mercer, Nigel Coutts, Noroja Rouzbehi, Rhonda Kaidbay, Ryan Gill, Simon Brooks