Workshops Schedule

The “Visual Impact, Visual Teaching Professional Development Workshop Series” includes 9 different workshops:  

Workshop Descriptions

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“Visual Teaching Tools for the Classroom: Encouraging Attitudes of Excellence, Creativity & Leadership” – (6-hours)

Level-I

“Critical/Creative Thinking Skills & the Six Methods of Visual Learning: Pedagogy & Imagery” – (6-hours)

Level-II

“Whole Brain Visual Thinking: Building a New Level of Cognition” – (6-hours)

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“Twice Exceptional: Brilliant Chaos – The Competition of Strengths vs. Weaknesses” – (6-hours)

Level-IV

“In Search of the21st Century Classroom: The Visual Quest” – (6-hours)

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“Visual Literacy: Strategies for Teaching Gifted English Language Learners”– (6-hours) 

Level-VI

“Visual Direction: Changing the Course of Education” – (6-hours)

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NEW!

“Bullying? Press Delete! – (2-hours, perfect for faculty meetings)

Bullying Workshop

NEW!

“Custom Workshop: Understanding Your Professional Needs” – (6-hours)

Custom Workshop

The goals of our workshops are to…

  • empower students to challenge themselves academically through a technological funnel;
  • develop skills in logic and critical/creative thinking;
  • enhance the use of digital resources;
  • facilitate inquiry based learning;
  • nurture student self-expression and development of talent;
  • foster differentiated learning in the classroom;
  • cultivate interdisciplinary motivational activities;
  • promote independent studies/cross-curricular approaches;
  • facilitate teacher empowerment/student ownership;
  • enrich 21st century teaching skills.

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Contact us for further details on workshop
times and locations and/or keynote presentations

We offer 9 different Workshop Training Modules for your faculty and staff!

Don’t see a workshop in your area? We come to you!

Contact us for on-site scheduling: 512.567.7291 VTAlliance@me.com

248.425.2627 Watergraphs@aol.com

 

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FEBRUARY

MARCH

3/4 Drury Inn & Suites,1615 W. Loop S., Houston, TX, 9:00 – 4:00, (“Visual Teaching Strategies for the Classroom: Encouraging Attitudes of Excellence, Creativity & Leadership”) How to Register

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APRIL

4/10 -Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented Leadership Conference, Omni Houston Hotel, 4 Riverway Dr., Houston, TX, 77056, (“The Faces of Twice Exceptional: Gifted Combinations & Compensatory Learning”), 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

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MAY

5/6 Drury Inn & Suites,1615 W. Loop S., Houston, TX, 9:00 – 4:00, (“Visual Literacy: Strategies for Teaching Gifted English Language Learners”) How to Register

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JUNE

6/13 Houston Area G/T Coop, Richard E. Berry Educational Support Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress, TX, 8:30 – 4:00, (“Twice Exceptional: Brilliant Chaos – The Competition of Strengths vs. Weaknesses”

6/29 Houston Area G/T Coop, Pasadena, TX, (Critical/Creative Thinking Skills and the Six Methods of Visual Learning: Pedagogy and Imagery”)

6/30 Pasadena Independent School District, Pasadena, TX, (Whole Brain Visual Thinking: Building a New level of Cognition”)

JULY

7/24 -The Health Science Teachers Conference, Texas Health Occupations Association, College Station, TX, (“Critical/Creative Thinking Skills & the Six Methods of Visual Learning: Pedagogy & Imagery”)

    

AUGUST

8/3 -Tarkington Independent School District, (“Visual Teaching Strategies for the Classroom: Encouraging Attitudes of Excellence, Creativity & Leadership”), 8:30-3:30

Level-I

 

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