In collaboration with Project Zero (PZ), the Harvard Graduate School of Education is offering opportunities to engage with the ideas of PZ both in-person and online throughout the year. We are thrilled to offer tuition assistance opportunities for both Project Zero Online Courses February 2019 Term, and the Project Zero Classroom 2019.
- In the United States, public school educators working in schools with a free and reduced lunch rate of 35% or more OR educators working primarily with students who attend these schools.
- Outside of the United States, educators whose schools or organizations serve 35% or more students whose families meet the country-defined standard for low-income or who receive financial assistance to attend.
Project Zero Online Courses February 2019 Term Scholarship
Project Zero's Zaentz Professional Learning Scholarships seek to support a range of schools, districts, and organizations as well as a diverse group of educators. In particular, these scholarships aim to support teams of educators working in under-resourced contexts and/or with historically marginalized students.
Provided your team meet the eligibility guidelines above, please review the Project Zero Online Course Application Guide and follow the instructions to start a team application by clicking one of the course links below.
- Creating Cultures of Thinking: Learning to Leverage the Eight Forces that Shape the Culture of Groups, Classrooms, and Schools
- Making Learning Visible: The Power of Group Learning and Documentation in Classrooms and Communities
- Teaching for Understanding: Educating for the Unknown
- Thinking and Learning in the Maker-Centered Classroom
- Visible Thinking: Building Understanding through Thinking Routines and Dispositions
You will receive a scholarship application link as you complete the course application form. Please note that you must complete both applications to be considered for the scholarship, and to request that a hold be placed on a space for your team in the course of your choice (if seats are available) while your applications are being reviewed.
Please note that scholarship funding is limited and not every team meeting the above eligibility guidelines will receive a scholarship. Generally, applications are considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Most scholarships cover between 50% and 80% of the tuition.
Project Zero Classroom 2019 Scholarship
The Project Zero Classroom 2019 Scholarship is made possible by both a generous gift from the Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation and Project Zero and Professional Education at HGSE.
This financial assistance seeks to support a range of schools, districts, and organizations as well as a diverse group of educators. In particular, these scholarships aim to support educators working in under-resourced contexts and/or with historically marginalized students.
Provided you meet the eligibility guidelines above, you will need to complete this scholarship application as well as the standard Project Zero Classroom application. Applications must be submitted by January 31, 2019 for consideration.
Educators who apply to the institute as a member of a team will be given preference.
If you have questions regarding the above, please send us an email.