Train educators to successfully teach students mandated science, math, and language arts concepts though the use of the arts, creative, and innovative thinking skills.
Empower educators to adapt new, research-based cognitive learning strategies.
Help educators have fun as they learn!
Types of Workshops Available
Single or multiple sessions
Science, math, language arts, history, or integrated combinations
Integrating innovative thinking skills with mandated content
Integrating the arts and arts thinking skills with mandated content learning
Can be integrated with adaptations of multiple- or single-visit classroom programs
Can be specially-designed to meet campus, district, or project needs
Can include classroom modeling and/or coaching
As a result of these trainings, there have been increases in such metrics as teachers’ willingness to use problem-solving and higher level thinking skills, in their confidence in their abilities to teach the content, and in their enjoyment of using new skills.
Comments include: “This training has practical applications not just for the classroom but also for administrative collaborations to create synergy for many projects.” “Loved learning through doing and teamwork.”
Have Conducted Teacher Professional Development for:
Ace Academy for Gifted and Talented, Austin, TX; Aldine, TX ISD; Angleton, TX ISD; Dallas, TX ISD, Houston, TX ISD; Laredo, TX ISD; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC; Palestine, TX ISD; Tyler, TX ISD; Texas Education Agency Education Service Centers for Region VII, Region IV, and Region I, University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Regional Collaboratives for Excellence in Science and Math Teaching, Waterloo Region District School Board, Ontario, Canada