Workshop Attendees

We encourage all USD 261 staff to take advantage of the learning opportunities available at The Learning Center. Guests from other districts are always welcome to attend any of our workshops. We offer a full array of classes that are interactive, differentiated, job embedded, sustained and research based. Enroll in a workshop today!

Our Presenters!

The Learning Center has scheduled many well-known presenters and experts who are willing to share their knowledge and to lead workshops, such as Lynn Sawyer, Carol Simoneau, Kevin Honeycutt, Dan Meyer, Brad McCoy, and Dr. John Vandewalle. Along with these, The Learning Center utilizes the expertise of our district’s staff members as presenters, who have practical suggestions that are used successfully every day in their classrooms.

Date and Time:  Tuesday, February 20, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  February 14, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

So you know about Interactive Notebooks and you LOVE them!! If you are ready to add some new tips and tricks for your notebooks and take it beyond the basics, this workshop is for you. We will look at ways for using your input/output pages, grading methods and rubrics that are easy to use for both teacher and students, note taking strategies (like Cornell), more foldables, and LOTS of time to research and create an Interactive Notebook for your classroom. This work-shop is great for elementary to high school teachers, those new and old to Interactive Notebooks, and of course those who don’t mind a day of coloring, cut-ting, and gluing with some great learning thrown in!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Currently, Annie lives in the Denver area and provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time: Wednesday, February 21, 2018   8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $50 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  February 14, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Workshop Description:

Ready to give students the skills to maximize online research in half the time? Imagine quickly identifying quality resources that are age appropriate, images that are better suited for class presentations, archived newspaper articles, and an extensive non-fiction ebook library in a matter of seconds. This hands-on session will provide you the student scaffolds for effective online research and place your classroom on the fast track to better Googling.

Presenter: Dyane Smokorowski

Dyane Smokorowski is the 2013 Kansas Teacher of the Year and is currently serving as an Instructional Technology Coach in the Andover Public schools. Mrs. Smoke, as she’s known to her students, believes in a project-based, student-centered classroom that helps students build skills in communication, planning, research and project implementation. She wants her students to develop a love for literature, communication and technology, but also to understand how to use that love and passion to advance their own future, as well as that of their community.

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Date and Time: Thursday, February 22, 2018   8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $50 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  February 15, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Workshop Description:

Personalized Learning through student voice and choice tailors instruction, expression of learning and assessment to each individual’s unique needs and preferences. While one-on-one instruction geared toward the strengths and challenges of each student has always been an ideal, only in recent years have technological advances allowed it to materialize in education. In this session we will explore an expansive list of ideas that allow students to demonstrate their learning while designing their own rubrics.

Presenter: Dyane Smokorowski

Dyane Smokorowski is the 2013 Kansas Teacher of the Year and is currently serving as an Instructional Technology Coach in the Andover Public schools. Mrs. Smoke, as she’s known to her students, believes in a project-based, student-centered classroom that helps students build skills in communication, planning, research and project implementation. She wants her students to develop a love for literature, communication and technology, but also to understand how to use that love and passion to advance their own future, as well as that of their community.

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Date and Time: Thursday, March 8, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  March 1, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Participants of this workshop will learn age appropriate conversations to have with children to pro-mote a healthy discover of sexuality. They will learn signs of sexual abuse, as well as how to be an ally to victims. You will walk away with the tools and confidence to have “the big talk” and create an open line of communication and trust for children at all stages of life.

Presenter: Krystle Strelow

Krystle Strelow is going into her seventh year of education. She started at the Ele-mentary level and is now teaching Middle School math at USD261. She is also a part of a company outside of education which sup-ports a foundation and retreat that advo-cates for victims of sexual abuse and the prevention of sexual abuse in children under 18. She speaks passionately for this cause and hopes to educate as many as possible and normalize the conversations around healthy sexuality.

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Date and Time:  Tuesday, March 13, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  March 6, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

What is blended learning? It is the practice of using both online and in-person learning experiences when teaching students. But it so much more than just adding technology to the classroom. In this workshop, we will discuss the pros and cons of using technology in the classroom, the research that supports using a blended approach, and effective uses of technology. Participants will spend time looking at their curriculum and exploring ways to create a blended classroom.

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Annie pro-vides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired

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Date and Time:  Thursday, March 29, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

$100 Out of District, FREE to USD 261 Staff

Registration Deadline:  March 22, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

BreakoutEDU creates ultra-engaging learning games for people of all ages. Games (breakouts) teach teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, and troubleshooting by presenting participants with challenges that ignite their natural drive to problem -solve. This session for beginners will walk you through different modes of play and share resources and tips that will help you start your BreakoutEDU journey!

Presenter: Micah Brown

Micah Brown graduated from Wichita State University with a B.S.E. in Elementary Education and earned her Master's degree from Emporia State University. She is a lifelong learner, Skype Master Teacher, Osmo Ambassador, Seesaw Ambassador, Flipgrid Certified Educator and currently an Instructional Technology Specialist for USD #385 in Andover, Kansas. She has also taught 1st and 2nd grade. She is passionate about engaging and inspiring students through global collaboration and hands on opportunities.

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Date and Time:  Tuesday, April 3, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  March 27, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Who doesn’t enjoy a great art project? Or a brilliant game that reinforces learning? There just never seems to be enough time to plan and enjoy these “fun” components. In this hands-on workshop, we will discuss the purpose of art and games (and other creative outlets) and the research behind incorporating these in the classroom. Participants will have plenty of time throughout the day to plan and hopefully create for their own classrooms. This will be A day full of sharing, creating, and taking!!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Annie pro-vides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, April 4, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  April 10, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

As educators and in our personal lives, we encounter students, friends, family, and peers who have experienced loss or trauma and are dealing with grief. We will explore types of loss, differences in how children and adults react to loss and trauma, and how to support those who are grieving. The morning session will cover types of loss in childhood, how children react to trauma and loss and the effect it has on the developing brain, and how children grieve differently than adults. We will discuss how to support them in the school setting and elsewhere. The afternoon will cover types of loss experienced by adults, how adults grieve, griev- ing styles, expectations in American society about grief, and how to support adults who have suffere

Presenter: Terri Gray

Terri Gray is a Grief & Loss Counselor and Coach, certified by the American Association of Christian Counselors. She earned both her B.A. and M.A. in Communication Disorders & Sciences at Wichita State University, and worked as a speech-language pathologist, serving ages birth through adult, in both private and public schools for 37 years. Working with students with special needs and their families, and experiencing the recent death of loved ones led her to explore the various types of loss and the grieving process. This ultimately led her to become a Certified Grief & Loss Coach and Counselor and hospice bereavement volunteer. She is currently working with her church, Heartland Hospice, and the Wichita Catholic Diocese, presenting workshops and offering counseling and support in the areas of grief and loss.

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Date and Time:  Tuesday, April 17, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District, $60 Materials fee for USD 261 Substitutes

Registration Deadline:  April 10, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Small group instruction is the goal of most elementary teachers, however, the reality raises two critical ques-tions: "How will I successfully manage a station frame-work?" AND "What resources are available that don't re-quire hours of preparation?"

Even our young Kansans can demonstrate independence and perseverance in a station framework where students move when a task is completed, rather than transitioning with a timer. Participants will experience quality literacy tasks aligned to the foundational and language standards for grades K-5. Participants will also receive six sets of literacy task cards - useful for station activities in their class-rooms as well as teacher-guided in-struction and intervention.

Presenter: Jane Seward

Jane’s dedication to the teaching profession finds her serv-ing as a literacy consultant at ESSDACK, an educational service center based in Hutchinson, Kansas. She facili-tates learning in Pathways to Reading, LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling), and assists districts with data interpretation and instructional planning. Jane is frequently contacted for topics such as decoding and language comprehension strategies and is at her best when collaborating with edu-cators. Her presentation style is informal, interactive, and enthusiastic. Classroom examples, lively discussion, and questioning strategies keep learners engaged and in the moment.

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Date and Time:  Tuesday, April 24, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 for Out of District

Registration Deadline:  April 17, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

This workshop will focus on how to train a therapy dog to pass the certification test, classroom uses for a therapy dog, and other general dog care and training. The first half of the day will be spent on general dog knowledge, basic training and classroom and school uses for a therapy dog. The afternoon will focus specifically on preparation for passing a therapy dog exam for the purpose of certification. All of the steps of a therapy dog test will be discussed and demonstrated. There will be visual aids on how to read dog body language, some discussions of the “legalities” of having a therapy dog in your school as well as plenty of time for Q and A. All attendees should leave with a full understanding of the therapy dog exam and a sound foundation for the training it takes to pass the exam. They should also have multiple ideas about how to use a therapy dog effectively in a school setting.

Presenter: Don and Brenda Gamble

This husband and wife team have taught in the Haysville district for many years. They have trained three of their own pets to pass the certification test. Brenda has used a therapy dog in her classroom for 8 years. They have a good background in dog training from years of experience training their own pets as therapy dogs as well as training one of their dogs to be a nationally certified search and rescue K9. The Gambles will be using one of their own dogs to demonstrate the therapy dog test.

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Date and Time:  Friday, April 27, 2018   2 Sessions: 8:00-11:00 AM and 12:00 - 3:00 PM

FREE to USD 261 Staff, $50 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  April 20, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Carol Dweck’s work has focused on the ideas of “fixed” and “growth” mindset, yet educators will need to go a step further with these notions to create the learning opportunities that our students and schools deserve. We need to not only focus on what we know, but what we do with what we know. In this talk, George will discuss the idea and characteristics of “The Innovator’s Mindset” (as discussed in the book of the same title), and share powerful examples on why this is so crucial for all educators. George’s presentations are known to be emotional, humorous, all while pushing your thinking, and will definitely connect to your heart first, in a way that will last with you long after this workshop.

Presenter: George Couros

I am a learner, educator, and Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Leadership consultant. I am also the author of "The Innovator's Mindset". I believe we need to inspire our kids to follow their passions, while letting them inspire us to do the same. I have had the privilege of working with schools and organizations in many places around the world through conferences, keynoting, providing workshops, and consulting on how organizations can move forward by creating innovative environments for all learners in the community. Through conversations, both online and face-to-face, I work before, during, and after presentations to empower participants and to build strong connections to not only the content I am discussing, but also to myself as a presenter and educator.

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, June 13, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

FREE to ALL Participants

Registration Deadline:  June 6, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Regardless of what subject you teach, computer science is foundational knowledge for all students in the 21st century. Incorporating it in your classroom will give your students a huge leg up. Besides, this is a subject the kids love learning. This workshop will include an intro to computer science, pedagogy, overview of the online curriculum, teacher dashboard, and strategies for teaching “unplugged” classroom activities. Over 10,000 teachers have participated in a workshop and the majority say it’s the best PD they’ve ever attended.

You’ll also receive (at no cost to you):

  • Printed curriculum guide
  • Classroom supplies for the unplugged lessons
  • Fun Code.org swag

Presenter: Jessica Asbury

Jessica Asbury is an elementary STEM teacher for Piper Schools in Kansas City, KS. Along with teaching beginning technology skills to kindergarten through 5th grades, she also works closely with classroom teachers as they integrate 21st Century Skills into their classrooms. She has over 10 years of elementary classroom teaching experience and holds a master’s degree in gifted education. She also organizes an after school program that teaches advanced coding skills through game based exploration. Her passion for coding comes from the simple and natural way it integrates Computer Science with problem solving, creativity and persistence.

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Date and Time:  Thursday, June 14, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 for Out of District

Registration Deadline:  June 7, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

During this workshop, participants will create a variety of foldables that can be used as note taking tools, end of unit projects, and organization tools. Participants will also learn ways to use foldables as stand-alone tools and how they can be placed into composition books. The ideas shared in this workshop are applicable to any grade level!

Presenter: Shauna Tinich

Shauna Tinich has 18 years of teaching experience in the elementary and middle school settings. Currently Shauna teaches all levels of sixth grade science at Haysville West Middle School. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Central College of Iowa and a Master’s of Science in Geoscience from Mississippi State University. Shauna has been trained as a trainer of Dinah Zike Foldables.

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Date and Time:  Thursday, July 12, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 5, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

During this workshop, participants will create a syllable type and syllable division script that can be taken back to their classroom for use. The first half of the day we will review the six syllable types, the importance of teaching syllables, and view different syllable lessons. In the afternoon we will create scripts, and a PowerPoint for you to take back and use in your classroom.

Presenter: Kasahra Cotton

Kasahra is in her fourth year of teaching and third year as a first grade teacher at Nelson Elementary. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Southwestern College and is currently working on her Master’s of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction at Southwestern College. Kasahra loves to share her knowledge with others and has taught a Remind 101, and Facebook class through The Learning Center. She has a passion for research-based reading strategies that engage our struggling and non-struggling readers.

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Date and Time:  Monday, July 16, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 9, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Does the idea of using interactive notebooks with your students sound fabulous, but you just don’t know where to start? Or maybe you already use interactive notebooks but are stuck in a rut with them? In this workshop we will discuss why and how to use interactive notebooks in the classroom to help your students become independent and creative thinkers. You will learn some easy ways of getting started with notebooks – everything from setting one up to organizing to creative decorating. By the end of the day, you will have your own notebook filled with great ideas to take back to your classroom. This workshop is great for elementary to high school teachers who don’t mind a day of coloring, cutting, and gluing with some great learning thrown in!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Currently, Annie lives in the Denver area and provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time:  Tuesday, July 17, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 8, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

So you know about interactive notebooks. Or you have at least heard about how great interactive notebooks can be! In this workshop we will be looking at different ways to use the ISN (Interactive Student Notebook) in a language arts or reading classroom. We will look at the benefits of using an ISN in the language arts classroom along with ways to implement them so that your students are independent and creative thinkers and learners. This workshop is a great companion to the Interactive Notebooks with a Twist or just on its own. Either way, you will be ready to start the school year with interactive notebooks in your classroom!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Currently, Annie lives in the Denver area and provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, July 18, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 11, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

During this workshop, participants will discover new and creative ways to teach phonics and fluency to upper elementary and middle school students (and even high school). We will discuss the importance and impact of phonics and fluency for reading comprehension. Various techniques, strategies and activities will be examined. Participants will also have time to create activities to use in their own classroom. This workshop will be a good combination of lively discussions along with interaction and creativity!

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Currently, Annie lives in the Denver area and provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time:  Thursday, July 19, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  July 19, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Successful implementation of Common Core Standards requires innovative best practices that persuade and prepare students to engage in thoughtful problem solving, as well as encourage better performance through more sophisticated, broad-based assessments. Project-based learning, done well, accomplishes these goals. Participants will learn the effective components of project-based learning and the research behind it. They will learn how to adapt the activities for the learning style and levels of individual students. Participants will learn how to write lesson plans for PBLs, incorporating activities that can be used immediately in the classroom.

Presenter: Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan has twenty years of classroom experience in a Language Arts and Reading classroom. Twelve of these years were spent in Haysville USD 261 at both Haysville Middle School and Haysville West Middle School as an intensive reading teacher. She has a Master’s Degree from Wichita State University in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis on reading. She has extensive hands-on experience developing and implementing reading curriculum which focus on research and best practices to maximize learning opportunities in a diverse classroom. Currently, Annie lives in the Denver area and provides reading consulting and tutoring through her own practice, Inspired Literacy.

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Date and Time: Tuesday, September 6, 2018   8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Cost: $35 per person

SPACE LIMITED TO 20 PEOPLE

Registration Deadline:  August 31, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

Would you be prepared to help a student or staff member until emergency help arrived in the case of a medical emergency? This training will help you do just that and possibly save a life! At the end of the session you will have a 2 year certification for Adult, Child, and Infant CPR through the American Heart Association and be confident in using the AED (Automatic External Defibrillator.)

Presenter: Life Saver Learning

Life Saver Learning has been providing safety training since 1990. President Michael Ferguson and his team of trainers provide training on a variety of topics including CPR, First Aid, Safety, and AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) and provide certification through the American Heart Association. Michael employs off-duty Firefighters, EMTs, and Paramedics who will help you feel confident in using life saving techniques.

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Date and Time:  Wednesday, September 26, 2018   8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Cost:  FREE to USD 261 Staff, $100 Out of District

Registration Deadline:  September 19, 2018

**Graduate credit available**

Class Description:

This workshop is geared toward K-8 teachers. We must begin to think of our content standards as the vehicle for helping students develop the communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking skills necessary for post-secondary success. The Eight Mathematical Practices and the Eight Science and Engineering Practices in the NGSS provide teachers with clear guidance for classroom instruction to meet this goal. It is essential to develop an understanding of how the two sets of standards can compliment each other and be used in concert to improve students’ computational thinking in both math and science. In this workshop participants will engage in hands-on activities tailored to the elementary and middle school grade levels to explore, analyze and create science instruction that reflects these practices.

Presenter: Katie Perez

Katie is as an education consultant at ESSDACK. Katie believes that classroom instruction should include relevant, hands-on learning opportunities in which students are authentically engaged in problem/project-based learning. As a result, Katie is committed to providing teachers with professional learning to implement STEAM, PBL, and Maker instruction. She created BOOMLET Learning Science, a K-5 curriculum that supports the Next Generation Science Standards using a STEAM/PBL ap-proach.

Katie's true passion for education is in helping teachers reignite their own passion for teaching and learning. As a facilitator and coach, Katie customizes professional learning to target the specific goals and needs of each educator or audience. She believes that the key to un-locking the full potential of our education system relies on the hope, well-being, and engagement of our educators and students.

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