Training and Content Development

Building the system gets half the job done. The other half of the job requires training. Whether it’s developing a simple ed-tech, pdf-based product, or designing elaborate LMS-integrated, auto-assessment, flipped-hybrid systems, the solution isn’t complete until all the users are happy.

Hands-on seminars model current empirically researched pedagogy and train faculty on district and campus-specific technological solutions to align the principals of student-centered learning and assessment through the integration of an intuitive online user-interface, multimedia assets and “cloud” learning components.


Flipped hybrid teaching and learning kits will quickly enable Language Arts faculty to redesign their courses with effectively sequenced online instructional components and related formative and summative assessment data collection tools. View “flipped” teaching and learning kits here:  . Option One is a Two-Day on Location. Includes training for an unlimited number of faculty utilizing campus-based computer lab and/or training space.


Multi-day retreats provide the most valuable resource for busy educators: time.  Hands-on workshops focus educators on upgrading curriculum and re-sequencing classroom management strategies using the latest research in the fields of learning and behavioral science with a focus on inclusive teaching methodologies, mindfulness and reflection. Educators design scaffolded trauma-informed (neurosequential) pedagogical models using district-specific Common-Core aligned curriculum. Option Two is a Five-day Intensive Retreat: at a local hotel with conference space. Select industry sponsors will conduct a half-day product demo.


Designed to fold mindfulness and mastery practices into our campus assessment processes, these retreats transform “compliance-based” assessment systems into mindful, reflection-based retreats where faculty can learn the latest technologies that help them efficiently gather accurate data, but also explore learning science, growth mindset practices, language-based pedagogy, and self-regulatory strategies. Hands-on portion of the workshop focuses educators on incorporating Carol Dweck’s growth mindset into daily teaching and learning practices.

Technically speaking, the workshop includes training on implementing program-wide automated outcomes data collection and linking faculty development training to outcomes data. These customizable tools shift educators’ focus onto learning results and lead to collaborative development of shared program action plans designed to improve learning in targeted areas.

All retreats include Educational Technology Leader sponsors to ensure that teachers obtain the training and information that they need, but also to make sure the time away from busy classrooms allows them to master these valuable tools and integrate them into their practice while keeping the end-user (the student) in mind.


I specialize in educational content development. I have more than a decade of experience writing curriculum for Language Arts and Social Emotional Learning in K-12 and Higher Education spaces.

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