Senior Instructor and Program Designer, Project Zero
Tina Blythe, Senior Instructor and Program Designer at Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, has been a researcher with Project Zero since 1988. She has focused on professional development, teacher inquiry, and collaborative assessment of student work, as well as curriculum and instruction that emphasizes learning for understanding in both classrooms and afterschool programs. She has taught middle school, high school, and university courses, and she currently teaches in the faculty development program at the Boston Architectural Center.
Blythe is the principal author of The Teaching for Understanding Guide (1998) and coauthor (with David Allen and Barbara S. Powell) of Looking Together at Student Work (1999) and (with David Allen) The Facilitators Book of Questions: Tools for Looking Together at Student and Teacher Work (2004). She has collaborated on a number of other books and articles and consults to schools and educational organizations.