Making Learning Visible

The MLV framework evolved as a collaboration between Project Zero at Harvard and educators from Reggio Emilia [Italy]. Making Learning Visible is an effort to create and celebrate a culture of learning and democracy within the classroom and school-wide. MLV uses documentation of student work and work-in-progress as the main tool to make evident, shape and record how and what we learn. Documentation done under the MLV framework is distinct from mere display of student work in a few crucial ways: it includes a question about learning, is shared with students, includes teachers’ reflections and analysis, involves more than one medium and serves as a tool for further evaluation, reflection and learning.

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