Our services are flexible and can be delivered both in-person and virtually using video conferencing and a participant engagement platform for a hands-on, engaging, and interactive experience.


Additionally, we are committed to ensuring digital accessibility for all people with disabilities. We continually improve the user experience for educators enrolled in our virtual sessions and apply the relevant accessibility standards, such as closed captioning for the hearing impaired.

All PD topics can be facilitated in the following formats: 

  1. 60-minute keynote or webinar 

  2. 90-minute workshop

  3. Half-day and a one-day workshop

  4. MASTER CLASS (four to five 2-hour sessions)

Note: Through collaborative planning, sessions are customized to fit school and district contexts. 

  1. Keynotes are customizable to fit school or event context. Main topics include:

    • Inspiration for Educators​

    • Instructional Innovation

    • SEL Across the Curriculum 

    • Computer Science & STEM

    • Project Based Learning

  2. Getting Started With Project Based Learning MASTER Class™ 

  3. SEL Integration in Lessons MASTER CLASS™ 

  4. Diversity and Inclusion MASTER CLASS™ 

  5. Strategies for Advancing Empathy in Schools

  6. Strategies for Helping Students Develop Emotional Intelligence Skills

  7. Empathy Mapping for Educators

  8. Strategies for Holding Space for Difficult Conversations Between Educators

  9. NEW: Environmental Science in Project Based Learning Master Class™

  10. NEW: Applying PBL to Environmental Science to Address Authentic Problems

  11. NEW: Career Pathways in Career and Technical Education (CTE)

  12. Computational thinking and Computer Science Integration Across the Curriculum (available in workshop, webinar, and MASTER CLASS format)

  13. Peak Performance for High-Quality Teaching (available in workshop, webinar, and MASTER CLASS format)

  14. Understanding and mastering emotions (EQ) for educators

  15. Instructional design (ID) practices for teaching and learning (all teachers)

  16. The science of curriculum and lesson development (lesson design101)

  17. Quality Tools for Lesson Design

  18. Strategies for meeting the social and emotional needs of gifted learners

  19. Making remote learning engaging with educational technology tools

  20. Culturally Responsive Teaching Strategies (virtual and in-person)

  21. Restorative practices for restorative justice (virtual and in-person)

  22. Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

  23. Developing virtual learning stations/centers for differentiated instruction

  24. Strategies for activating higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) in lessons

  25. Differentiation strategies for all students

  26. Differentiation strategies for gifted students

  27. STEM integration across the curriculum

  28. Tools for helping students improve self-management skills in at-home learning

  29. Training of Trainers for leadership and lead coaches

  30. Leadership coaching for principals and directors (Aligning federal/local mandates, needs of the workforce and teaching practice across the curriculum)