In collaboration with Project Zero, Professional Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is offering online professional education courses that are research-based and grounded in day-to-day teaching and leadership practice — you can apply what you learn, as you learn. In these 13 week long, coach-facilitated, asynchronous online courses, you'll work with peers facing similar challenges and take away real-world solutions, inspiration, and the support of an engaged community.
Each program promotes active, team-based learning that supports collaboration and sharing in schools and districts. Each has its own focus area but they also work well together.
*** See Ron Ritchhart at CA, Kobe Japan, April 6-7 2019, for Creating Cultures of Thinking. Link & Flyer. ***
What Courses are available?
Upcoming Term: September 16 — December 15, 2019 REGISTRATION OPENS BEFORE SUMMER
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School Teams are made of 3-6 teachers.
Each Team is part of a Study Group with 3-4 other Teams from around the World.
Study groups are supported by PZ Coaches, who give individual and group feedback.
There are often many Study Groups in a course. The course is led by PZ Instructors.
Course completion and progress is recorded individually.
PZ courses can generate a 45-hour professional learning certificate and count as an IB Cat 3 (continuum) workshop.