USD 135 per participant
Bring a friend
USD 210 per two participants
register by April 13, 2022
Innovation isn't easy and can get messy. The aim of this learning experience is to share how to not only survive the messy middle but how to grow and become better because of it.
Learn practical ideas for making the most of difficult situations, understanding what to do when you feel like giving up, and how to create a culture of willingness...even when things get messy.
- Genius Hour
- Passion-Based Learning
- Life-Ready Skills
- Deep Understanding
By the end of the workshop...
You will be able to implement Passion-Based Learning with fidelity as well as understand why this type of learning is more important now than ever before.
Who will lead this workshop?
Andi McNair was a classroom teacher for 16 years before pursuing her passion to change education by sharing practical ways to engage and empower today’s learners.
She was named one of the Top People in Education to Watch in 2016 by the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences. She is currently a digital innovation and gifted/talented specialist at ESC Region 12 in Waco, Texas
She has published Genius Hour: Passion Projects that Ignite Innovation and Student Inquiry; A Meaningful Mess: A Teacher's Guide to Student-Driven Classrooms
If I cannot make it to the workshop, will you offer a refund?
We can offer a full refund if you inform us at least 10 days before the workshop.
Can I transfer my registration to another person if I cannot make it?
Do you offer Continuing Education Credits?
Will I get a certificate of participation?
Why is there a Professional Learning Community (PLC) Session one week after the interactive presentation session?
Learning is incomplete without implementation and inquiry. The PLC session scheduled a week after the interactive presentation session will give you a window to practice what you have heard from the workshop leader.
During the PLC session you will have the chance to take your learning deeper by asking any implementation questions you may have. Basically a community learning session with the workshop leader.