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Easy PZ: Building a Culture of Thinking with Museums

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Each Easy PZ collection includes an artwork or museum object and a recorded webinar demonstrating how to use it to develop students' skills with a Harvard Project Zero thinking routine. Supplementary resources provide context relevant to understanding the featured artwork or object.

This collection includes reflections from museum educators on how (and why) to facilitate Project Zero Thinking Routines that encourage learners to engage in the type of thinking or core understanding you are targeting.

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Ashley Naranjo

See/Think/Wonder: Project Zero Visible Thinking Routine

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

A Cosmic View-1976

National Air and Space Museum

A Cosmic View Mural

National Air and Space Museum

Missile, Surface-to-Surface, V-2 (A-4)

National Air and Space Museum

The Sun

National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian

1903 Wright Flyer

National Air and Space Museum

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Ashley Naranjo

See/Think/Wonder: Project Zero Visible Thinking Routine

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

See, Think, Wonder

Harvard Project Zero

Joan Miró, The Farm, 1921-1922

National Gallery of Art

Elaboration Game

Harvard Project Zero

What Makes You Say That?: Project Zero Visible Thinking Routine

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

What makes you say that?

Harvard Project Zero

Byron Kim, Synecdoche, 1991-present

National Gallery of Art

Creative Questions: Project Zero Visible Thinking Routine

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

Creative Questions

Harvard Project Zero

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Ashley Naranjo

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Ashley Naranjo