ROUNDS AT SUGAR HILL
Join us for a few 'rounds' at the Museum! An adaptation of the work produced in Project Zero at Harvard University, ROUNDS @ Sugar Hill discusses the challenges and successes in our work as artists, educators, and stakeholders in arts education.
6:00 - 6:30 pm: Arrival & Snacks and Refreshments
6:30 - 8:00 pm: Discussion & Investigation
Remember to invite a colleague or friend who might be interested in the work that we are embarking on as a collective!
FREE ADMISSION. RSVP here.
Since 1996, ROUNDS has been an effort to create and sustain a powerful learning community for educators based on the medical model known as "rounds." ROUNDS provides an opportunity for educators to gather on a monthly basis to discuss emerging issues in educational practice, to present their personal puzzles about teaching and learning, and to examine student work together. Participants come with a wide range of experiences, roles, responsibilities, and years as educators. We gather to engage in a rich dialogue that also serves as a model of voluntary, long-term professional learning. To learn more, please visit the Project Zero Website and/or www.pz.harvard.edu/projects/rounds.