DCPZ Exhibition of Teacher and Student Learning

Hosted by Sidwell Friends School
Thursday, April 23 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Sidwell Friends School is a PK–12, co-educational Quaker day school founded in 1883. Our Lower School (PK–4) is located on a five-acre campus blocks away from Metro in Bethesda, Maryland. Our Middle and Upper Schools are housed on a 15-acre campus in Washington, DC, less than a mile from Metro’s Tenleytown/AU station and on several bus lines.

This annual Exhibition features documentation of teacher and/or student learning in classrooms across the DMV. A variety of exhibits–encompassing early childhood to graduate school, across disciplines–will showcase the way Project Zero ideas are deepening engagement, thinking and understanding in diverse settings. Attendees will interact with the exhibits and provide feedback, and perhaps even try on some Project Zero strategies. Special features at this year’s Exhibition will be an opening talk by Project Zero researchers Edward Clapp and Sarah Sheya, as well as exhibits highlighting the Making Across the Curriculum project that has involved nine schools across the region.

Details

Date:
Thursday, April 23
Time:
4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Primary theme:
Maker
Secondary themes
Arts
Website:
http://www.pdcollaborative.org/events/
Professional Development
Yes
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair accessible
Age Range
Adults only for professional development

Organizer

Jim Reese
Phone:
2022944486
Email:
jim.reese@wis.edu
Website:
https://pdcollaborative.org
Collaborating Organization(s):
Professional Development Collaborative at Washington International School

Venue

Sidwell Friends School, Tenleytown Campus
3825 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016 United States
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Phone:
2022944486
Website:
www.pdcollaborative.org

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