Hear from Howard Gardner about the work Project Zero has undertaken over the last 55 years
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Join the alumni YouTube livestream as Howard Gardner AB '65, PhD '71 speaks about Project Zero. Launched in 1967 at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Project Zero (PZ) conducts basic research in education, broadly construed, and then tries to give findings and recommendations a 'push' in the right direction. The Project was founded by noted philosopher Nelson Goodman. As an enthusiast of the arts, Goodman sought to establish firm knowledge about education in the arts -hence the whimsical name. Howard Gardner was a founding member of PZ, and with David Perkins, directed it for many years. In this program, Gardner will talk about some of the major work undertaken at PZ over the years and what is entailed when leading and sustaining an organization without a penny of endowment funds...for over half a century.
This program is coordinated through the Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL) and will be livestreamed to the alumni community in collaboration with the Harvard Alumni Association.
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