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Teachers working with yarn as a strategy to help young children learn the geometric principle of parallel lines (LAUP Math Institute, 2014).
Patterning - Preschool Math Strategies workshop series.
Teachers recreating Matisse at LACMA.
Dr. Shaffer working with Head Start teachers from North Hollywood, East LA, and West LA at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). The teachers are learning how to help young children think about Matisse's work.
Strategic planning/goal setting with Phoenix Head Start staff.
Site Supervisor's Workshop - Setting the direction and curriculum for their leadership development series.
Teambuilding workshop with Homebase teachers (Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) Head Start).
"Exploring the measurement concept of "area" with young children - a classroom demonstration lesson and on-site coaching session - Head Start Classroom - Compton (VOALA South Los Angeles Head Start)
Preschool Science Strategies Workshop
Program Planning Goals - Setting Priorities
STEM workshop design
STEM Engineering Design Loop, University of Arkansas
Another STEM design project - Design a backscratcher for Itchy Bear
Continuing the side bar discussion about Peter Drucker's insights that's on our Home Pagethese 5 Drucker quotes hold deep meaning in guiding our training designs:

1. “Doing the right thing is more important than doing the thing right.”

2. “If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old.”

3. “There is nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency something that should not be done at all.”

4. “What gets measured gets improved.”

5. “Results are gained by exploiting opportunities, not by solving problems.”