Making Learning Visible: Understanding, Documenting, and Supporting Individual and Group Learning
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Phase I

Reggio Emilia and Project Zero: Mutual Explorations

Since 1997, the Making Learning Visible Project has made important progress in helping American educators learn how to incorporate a group learning perspective in their thinking and practice. In Phase I of the project, the Reggio Emilia and Project Zero research teams analyzed and documented the power of the group as a learning environment and the role of documentation in helping to support and make visible individual and group learning. This work was based primarily on the Italian experience in early childhood settings. We produced a book, Making Learning Visible: Children as Individual and Group Learners (Project Zero and Reggio Children, 2001), which describes the results of our research and provides a framework for understanding and supporting individual and group learning based in the theory and practice of the Reggio Emilia schools.

Copyright 2006 Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University.
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