eMINTS Workshops

All of our professional learning is designed around the eMINTS instructional model and informed by our research-driven beliefs about quality professional development.

Teachers deserve professional learning that:

  • Is actively engaging and fun
  • Is relevant to their teaching practice
  • Includes “take-aways” that can be immediately used in their work
  • Acknowledges that teachers have a lot to contribute to their peers
  • Is underpinned by research about what is good for schools and kids
  • Incorporates the technology available to teachers and students

Inspired Teachers Inspire Their Students.

eMINTs workshops are designed to be active and engaging experiences for teachers that provide them with the skills, strategies, support, and inspiration they need to transform their classrooms.
To gett started, fill out the District Request Form or Contact us for more information.

Getting Started

Format

From 1-hour conference workshops to ½ day, whole day, and even multi-day series, our staff has extensive experience developing professional learning that fits into your schedule

Cost

Workshop cost varies by the length of the workshop and the number of participants. Large hands-on workshops may require multiple facilitators. Developing brand-new content versus customization of existing modules may require an extra cost.

Scheduling

Contact the eMINTS National Center to discuss scheduling.  You can request specific eMINTS staff or we can assign staff located close to your school to minimize travel expenses.  If our schedule is full, and you approve, we may collaborate with an experienced eMINTS affiliate in your area.

Sample Topics

Below is a selection of workshop topics we can customize for your needs. If you do not see what you need below, please contact us. We have many more options than we have listed here. We work with any technology from chromebooks and iPads to a BYOD initiative.

  • Lesson Planning from start to finish
  • Project-based Learning in the Digital Age Classroom
  • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Engaging Students Though Inquiry
  • Assessment Strategies and Tools
  • Chromebook/iPad Basics
  • The Cloud-based Classroom
  • The One Device Classroom
  • Personalized Learning: Embracing student voice and student choice
  • The Paperless Classroom
  • Google Apps for Education in the Classroom (complete series)
  • Managing the Mobile Classroom
  • Digital Information Literacy
  • Coaching for Educational Excellence
  • Safety in the Digital Age
  • Producing and Publishing Media
  • Curation and Organization of Student Resources
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Understanding Student Engagement