Last summer, Peralta first-grade teacher Pam Lucker and artist-in-residence Trena Noval spent ten days in an intensive workshop at Harvard University's Project Zero. Their participation was part of Peralta's ongoing partnership with the Harvard Graduate School of Education program, which seeks to "understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts." While there, they worked with educators from around the country, developing tools to "re-think thinking" in their classrooms. Harvard Professor David Perkins told them educators need to "wild the tamer elements of knowledge while still understanding how to tame the wilder ideas for students." They are now sharing their experiences with other teachers, as well as the Peralta community. Download their report to learn more.