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Iconic Pittsburgh Images, Paired with Project Zero Routines

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Includes iconic people, places, and things associated with Pittsburgh. 

Prior to the workshop series, select one resource from this collection and conduct an adapted See-Wonder-Connect routine (What do you see in the resource that's worth noticing? What do you wonder about? What connections do you make to it?). You may consider sharing with a partner, using the Think-Pair-Share routine. Finally, Imagine if... you were using one of these resources in your own practice, what would you have students do with it? 

This collection was created for the Smithsonian Learning Lab workshops in Pittsburgh and the surrounding school districts. Funded by the Grable Foundation and in partnership with the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, the Quaker Valley School district and the Washington International School. 

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63c Dr. Jonas Salk single

National Postal Museum

Rachel Louise Carson

National Portrait Gallery

August Wilson

National Portrait Gallery

"We Can Do It!"

National Museum of American History

Andy Warhol with unidentified woman

Archives of American Art

Mr. Rogers at the NZP

Smithsonian Archives - History Div

Self-Portrait

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Andrew William Mellon

National Portrait Gallery

Gertrude Stein

National Portrait Gallery

Andrew Carnegie

National Portrait Gallery

Henry Clay and Helen Frick

National Portrait Gallery

Henry Ossawa Tanner with a palette

Archives of American Art

Allegheny Parade Hat

National Museum of American History

Pittsburgh

Smithsonian American Art Museum

4c Fort Duquesne single

National Postal Museum

Sixteenth Street Bridge Adornments, (sculpture)

Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums

Edgar Thompson Works, Pittsburgh

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Conestoga Wagon

National Museum of American History

Pittsburgh Railways Company Token

National Museum of American History

Andy Warhol letter to Russell Lynes

Archives of American Art

Mister Roger's Sweater

National Museum of American History

Pittsburgh Steelers Jersey, worn by Terry Bradshaw

National Museum of American History

Roberto Clemente's Batting Helmet

National Museum of American History

Goodyear Employee ID Badge

National Museum of American History

Salk Polio Vaccine, MEF-1 Strain

National Museum of American History

Chair

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Exhibition Poster

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Machine for Wrapping Wire-Rope, Patent Model

National Museum of American History

Wright EX Vin Fiz

National Air and Space Museum

Ship Model, Steamboat Buckeye State

National Museum of American History

Black Madonna and Child

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Lewis and Clark Expedition Pocket Compass

National Museum of American History

See/Think/Wonder: Project Zero Visible Thinking Routine

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

Think Pair Share Routine: Project Zero Visible Thinking Routine

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

Imagine If…: Project Zero Agency by Design Thinking Routine

Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access