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TGR EDU: CREATE
Fulfilling Tiger’s vision to reach more students throughout the nation, TGR EDU: Create is a program aimed at providing professional development and resources for educators involved with the vital subjects of STEM education and college access.
FREE DIGITAL WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATORS ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
As we’re faced with school closures, online learning tools will prove to be a valuable resource. Our team is actively developing digital workshops for our educators to continue student learning. These will be housed on our TGR Foundation YouTube channel in the TGR EDU: Create educator training playlist and open to anyone who needs support with distance learning and homeschooling.
virtual steM studio
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR EDUCATORS
Virtual STEM Studio is a training program that supports educators in transforming their curriculum and enhancing student engagement through student-centered, inquiry-based interdisciplinary STEM best practices.
For no-cost professional development offerings to support you in remote learning and beyond this year, see our full schedule of Virtual STEM Studio offerings by clicking on the link below.
*Proceeds will benefit students impacted by TGR Foundation’s education programs.
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Professional Development Programs
Making an Impact
TGR EDU: Create has reached thousands of educators nationwide through unique professional development opportunities in STEM education and college access. Through innovative lesson designs and hands-on, project-based learning activities, educators explore strategies to enhance their curricula and prepare their students for future STEM careers as well as navigate them through the college application process.
Our goal is for 270,000 students to benefit from enhanced teaching practices by 2020, after 5,000 educators receive strategies and resources for delivering quality STEM education and college-access programming in their classrooms.
- We offer a range of professional development opportunities — from a comprehensive one-week immersion to one-day workshops and seminars.
- The annual College Access & Success Symposium equips educators with tools and best practices to help students pursue higher education and achieve success during college and beyond. Click here to gain resources from the 2019 Symposium.
- TGR EDU: Create trains 200 high school counselors biennially.
- 94% of educators who participated in our professional development program, STEM Studio, reported increased confidence in delivering powerful STEM activities to students.
Professional Learning Calendar
INTERNATIONAL STEM STUDIO
International STEM Studio is a unique opportunity for educators from around the world to learn how to make their classrooms active, student-centered environments, with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics content. The 5-day STEM Studio will be held at TGR Foundation’s Learning Lab in Anaheim, California.
If you are an educator in a school that is part of U. S. Department of State, Office of Oversea Schools, please download, complete and email the International STEM Studio application to Jason Porter – [email protected] – by March 1, 2019. Applications will be reviewed after this date and accepted educators will be notified by mid-March 2019.
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UNPACKING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT
Adam Kelley & Melinda Steele
TGR EDU: Create Participants
Through their participation in TGR EDU: Create’s weeklong training immersion, two passionate educators, Adam Kelley and Melinda Steele, used the Engineering Design Process to facilitate new project-based learning. The elementary school STEM teachers effectively collaborated with teachers from various schools and disciplines to take their curriculum to a whole new level by incorporating strategies gained throughout the week.
"The engineering process of TGR EDU: Create provides learning opportunities for both teachers and their students. Implementing the Ask, Plan, Create and Improve concepts in the classroom would significantly benefit any educator and drive his/her students to further excel."
— Adam Kelly & Melinda Steele
Click here for more information about our free professional development workshops.