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What District Leaders Say About Our Workshops:

"The feedback from the training was overwhelmingly positive (9.8 rating!). We look forward to a continued relationship with all of you, and we thank you for being so thorough, professional and helpful."

Misty Williams, District Coordinator/Curriculum Specialist
Section 504, Department of Execptional Children
Onslow County Schools, NC

 "The Hands-On Equations workshop was presented in a very engaging format.  Teachers were able to make immediate connections to the program and could instantly recognize the positive impact that it would have on the students."

Lisa Desruisseaux, Curriculum Director
Raymond School District
Raymond, NH

 "This was a dynamic workshop. Hands-On Equations is an incredible learning tool and the presenter was very skilled in providing participants with clear methods at a good pace."

Dr. Sandra Doran, Associate Superintendent
Florida Conference of Seventh Day Adventists
  Winter Park, FL

"The instructor had an obvious depth of content knowledge and the ability to see where the audience participants got stuck in their thinking. Like a great classroom teacher, she interacted directly with the staff providing meaningful feedback in a timely and cordial manner. As such, she was well received and our staff developed a greater understanding of both the product and the content behind algebraic thinking."

Dr. William J. Gretzula, Curriculum Supervisor
Bensalem Township School District
  Bensalem, PA

  "The consultants were very professional and understanding with our teachers. They answered every question and really simplified the use of Hands-On Equations. I'm excited to see the teachers use this product."

Ronald Marcelo, Instructional Supervisor
Miami-Dade Public Schools
  Miami, FL

 "This was one of the best workshops our teachers have attended. I received positive comments from all the participants and they can't wait to use the strategies and manipulatives with their students."

Teresa Russell, Deputy Superintendent
Haywood County Schools
  Brownsville, TN

"I just want you to know what a wonderful workshop we had yesterday. The instructor was outstanding. My faculty is totally excited and motivated to put this program in place this year. Many faculty members were commenting that this was the best workshop they have ever had!"

Sister Joanne McCauley, Principal
St. Mary Magdalene School
Everett, WA

 "The Hands On Equations Workshop that your instructor presented this week was outstanding.  She developed an instant rapport with the teachers and explained the facets of Hands On Learning in a clear manner. My teachers came away so enthused and felt your program and design will make a huge difference in their instruction and math classrooms."

Julie Smith, Curriculum Coordinator
Queen of Angels Catholic School
Roswell, GA

 "The Making Algebra Child's Play workshop is the most requested workshop from classroom teachers...not only is Hands-On Equations a powerful tool and the workshop exceptional, the customer service is outstanding."

Charity D. Weber, Specialist, Elementary Mathematics
District 8, Los Angeles School District
Los Angeles, CA

 "Our teachers loved the workshop, Making Algebra Child’s Play! Students and teachers caught on to the math concepts very quickly and the use of the manipulatives to clarify operations was great!"

Dr. Robin Gillespie, Supervisor of Gifted Education
Jefferson County Schools (Grades 3-5)
Birmingham, AL

 "I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop! I believe it is a great enhancer for all students, but especially for visual and tactile learners. It really helped me to see how algebraic problems help to visually teach students."

Shaundala Summers, Campus Magnet Coordinator
TASD7 (Grades 4&5)
Texarkana, AR

 "We enjoyed the seminar and found it to be beneficial to our math program. The manipulatives and basic principles help to visually teach students."

Anita Corum, Elementary Curriculum Director
Princeton Christian School (Grades 3 - 8)
Homestead, FL

 "I coordinated 32 workshops this summer and the Making Algebra Child's Play workshop was among the best. All the participants were very happy with the results."

Paul Farrer, Academic Outreach Coordinator
Institute for Advanced Learning Research (Gr. 3-12)
Danville, VA