Learning is social. Every day, children and adults learn from and with others, encountering new perspectives, strategies, and ways of thinking. Together, groups can achieve greater perspective and understanding than any individual can alone, but we need tools for sharing thinking and making learning visible to others.
Learn how to unlock the potential of group learning in your classroom by making learning visible.
In this course, educators will explore the Making Learning Visible framework, which began as a collaborative research project between Project Zero and educators in Reggio Emilia, Italy, and has since been adopted by hundreds of teachers to promote group learning. Participating educators will begin learning how to use documentation to “make visible” both what and how students learn.