Tag Archives: Project Zero

The Genesis of Project Zero’s Learning Community for the Out of Eden Walk

People we talk to, including participating teachers and students, usually ask how Project Zero came to be collaborating with Paul Salopek. It is a happy story of converging goals and serendipity. In the spring of 2012 Paul was based at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard on a three-month fellowship to plan the Out […]

Students’ hopes for Paul’s walk

Here is Paul’s eloquent message to participating students: Welcome, my fellow travelers in the Project Zero program. I’m excited to share my long, slow journey with you as I trek through the deserts, cities, mountains, villages, farms and industrial zones that today dot our ancestors’ ancient migration pathways across the globe. Using history and science–and […]

Welcome to Walk to Learn!

Project Zero is a research organization based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. We are thrilled to be collaborating with Paul Salopek’s Out of Eden Walk to create an online learning community involving students from around the world, free of charge. Please click here to find out more about the background of the project. […]