Bornstein and Chance Present at Project Zero Conference

By Purnell T. Cropper | May 29, 2014

Dr. Jodi Bornstein, assistant professor of education in the Department of Curriculum, Cultures & Child/Youth Studies, and Janet Chance, director of the Office of School and Community Collaborations, presented a two-hour workshop at Project Zero Perspectives: How & Where Does Learning Thrive? The international conference, hosted by Harvard School of Education’s Project Zero research institute, took place in Memphis, Tenn. from Feb. 13 to 15.

Reflecting the work that Bornstein and Chance are currently implementing at Arcadia University, “Developing A Culture of Thinking with Beginning Teachers” prompted participants to consider how thinking routines can be used effectively to support an inquiry stance for pre-service teachers, especially during the student-teaching semester.