RAFT's workshop program is designed to enrich educational programs by facilitating the practice of hands-on teaching across the curriculum.

RAFT's material-based, hands-on workshops are unique in that each workshop attendee receives RAFT materials to support implementation of the activities shared in the class.

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 RAFT EduCamp: Engagement through Design Thinking:

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RAFT EduCamp: Engagement through Design Thinking

Ever consider teaching design thinking? How can you prepare students to be innovative thinkers? What challenges and concepts promote deeper levels of critical thinking? Design Thinking is a methodology used to solve real world problems. In this workshop we will explore the design thinking process and several techniques and activities that engage students and provide the skills needed to be creative 21st century problem-solvers.

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels Pre-K to 8

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Tuesday, July 5, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Tuesday, July 5, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: Design Challenge Lessons with Raw Materials:

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RAFT EduCamp: Design Challenge Lessons with Raw Materials

Design challenges allow students to develop their own unique methods of solving problems by engaging them in the design process using a variety of materials. Whether you work with students in a school setting or in another educational program, design challenges will provide the freedom to deliver just about any type of content, from science and engineering to art and teamwork! RAFT has numerous raw materials perfect for design challenges, but it can sometimes be puzzling what to use and how to use them. In this workshop you will learn how to use raw materials to create effective and fun design challenge-type learning experiences for a variety of age groups!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels Pre-K to 8

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 40

LOCATION: RAFT Redwood City

DATE & TIME: Thursday, July 7, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Thursday, July 7, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Nuts & Bolts of PBL:

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RAFT EduCamp: The Nuts & Bolts of PBL

What is the purpose of project-based learning, or PBL? What do students gain? PBL allows students to explore real-world problems in depth, over a period of time, and to make decisions regarding their own learning process. This workshop focuses on the basic "nuts & bolts" of PBL experiences. It will include thrilling activities that will inspire both you and your students to new levels!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels Pre-K to 8

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Tuesday, July 12, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Tuesday, July 12, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: Designing the PBL Experience:

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RAFT EduCamp: Designing the PBL Experience

Spark your creativity! Learn the project-based learning (PBL) planning process from beginning to end in this exciting workshop! Learn how to develop driving questions, identify learning goals, collaborate with colleagues, and develop a meaningful project that can allow your learners to have a positive impact in their communities and beyond! This class is ideal for educators in any setting.

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels Pre-K to 8

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 40

LOCATION: RAFT Redwood City

DATE & TIME: Thursday, July 14, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Thursday, July 14, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Innovative Classroom (Pre-K to 2nd):

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RAFT EduCamp: The Innovative Classroom (Pre-K to 2nd)

Are you a do-it-yourself-type person? Have you thought about inspiring others to be creative builders by designing a maker space? Come join us and learn to create an engaging space for younger students that inspires innovation and new learning! You will learn to evaluate your own space and determine the necessary components to design a developmentally appropriate maker space. Examples of activities you will do include selecting ideal materials, applying engineering concepts, building resilience, and more. This session is sure to bring out that "inner builder" for those working in any educational setting such as traditional classrooms, afterschool, summer camps, and more!

Special Event: Project Ember will be conducting a maker-oriented summer camp onsite at RAFT. You will see their work with students in action as part of this session!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels Pre-K to 2

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Monday, July 18, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Monday, July 18, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Innovative Classroom (Grades 3 - 5):

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RAFT EduCamp: The Innovative Classroom (Grades 3 - 5)

Do you work with children who like to do discover new things for themselves? Have you thought about inspiring them to be creative builders by designing a maker space? Maker education has become very popular because it inspires people to embrace the spirit of innovation and think differently about problem solving and creativity. Come and learn to create an engaging space for 3rd to 5th graders that inspires innovation and new learning! You will learn to evaluate your own space and transform it into a productive maker space. Examples of activities include selecting ideal materials for building, strategic placement of tools, facilitating effective brainstorms, applying engineering concepts, and more. This session is ideal for those working in several educational settings such as afterschool programs, summer camps, or traditional schools.

Special Event: Project Ember will be conducting a maker-oriented summer camp onsite at RAFT. You will see their work with students in action as part of this session!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels 3 to 5

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Innovative Classroom (Middle School):

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RAFT EduCamp: The Innovative Classroom (Middle School)

Do you work with middle schoolers who like to discover new things for themselves? Maker education has become especially popular for middle school students because it inspires them to think differently about problem solving and creativity and helps them learn the benefits of being resilient during times of failure. Come and learn to create an engaging space that inspires innovation and new learning! You will learn to evaluate your own space and transform it into a productive maker space. Some examples of what you will do include selecting ideal materials for building, strategic placement of tools, facilitating effective brainstorms, applying engineering concepts, and much more. Whether you teach in a traditional classroom setting or in an afterschool or summer program, you will walk away from this session with useful ideas!

Special Event: Project Ember will be conducting a maker-oriented summer camp onsite at RAFT. You will see their work with students in action as part of this session!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels 6 to 8

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Friday, July 22, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Friday, July 22, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Outdoor Classroom (Pre-K to 2nd):

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RAFT EduCamp: The Outdoor Classroom (Pre-K to 2nd)

You have probably heard the phrase "thinking outside the box." It is an idea that allows for creative approaches to problems and helps develop new opportunities for exploration. Applying this idea to teaching and learning can be effective by literally going outside! This session focuses on activities that are easy to facilitate, safe, and appropriate for young children that are sure to provide a breath of fresh air and lots of fun! Examples of topics covered include creative design, scientific investigation, and team building skills. The session is ideal for facilitators in any educational setting such as scouting, afterschool programs, summer camps, or traditional teaching.

Special Event: Project Ember will be conducting a maker-oriented summer camp onsite at RAFT. You will see their work with students in action as part of this session!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels Pre-K to 2

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Monday, July 25, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Monday, July 25, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Outdoor Classroom (Grades 3 - 5):

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RAFT EduCamp: The Outdoor Classroom (Grades 3 - 5)

Children in grades 3 to 5 tend to think of creative approaches to problems and develop their own opportunities for exploration. They can truly "thinking outside the box!" The outdoors provide an excellent testing ground for exploring new ideas. This session focuses on activities that are easy to facilitate, safe, and appropriate for 3rd to 5th graders that are sure to provide a breath of fresh air and lots of fun! Examples of topics covered include creative design, scientific investigation, and team building skills. The session is ideal for facilitators in any educational setting such as scouting, afterschool programs, summer camps, or traditional teaching.

Special Event: Project Ember will be conducting a maker-oriented summer camp onsite at RAFT. You will see their work with students in action as part of this session!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels 3 to 5

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 RAFT EduCamp: The Outdoor Classroom (Middle School):

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RAFT EduCamp: The Outdoor Classroom (Middle School)

Middle school students are full of energy and have great ideas that can be explored in many creative ways. This session focuses on bringing learning and exploration outside. You will learn to conduct activities that are easy to facilitate and safe that are sure to provide a breath of fresh air and lots of fun! Examples of topics covered include creative design, scientific investigation, and team building skills. The session is ideal for facilitators in any educational setting such as scouting, afterschool programs, summer camps, or traditional teaching.

Special Event: Project Ember will be conducting a maker-oriented summer camp onsite at RAFT. You will see their work with students in action as part of this session!

INSTRUCTORS: Michael Pollock taught hands-on science to both mainstream and special needs elementary students for 25 years. He currently works at RAFT helping to produce educational kits.

Jeanne Lazzarini is RAFT’s Mathematics Master Teacher/Activity Developer/Mentor specializing in Mathematics Education with a lifetime Single Subject CA Teaching Credential in Mathematics (K - adult). Her educational background includes a B.S. in Mathematics with honors from Santa Clara University; Masters in Teaching Mathematics graduate program at UC Davis; and post-graduate studies in Computer Science from Santa Clara University. She taught adult satellite tracking classes for the Dept. of Defense (7 years); GATE Math classes for San Jose Unified (1 year); First Grade (2 years); Jr. High Math (8 years); and Bellarmine High Geometry in summer school (3 years).

Shalek Chappill has worked with children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She works full-time at RAFT as a Master teacher, activity developer helping new and experienced educators incorporate RAFT activities into their curricula. Shalek holds an M.A. and credential in Education.

Eric Welker is a science and math teacher with over 12 years of classroom experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology with an emphasis on science education. Eric is very knowledgeable and passionate about different theories pertaining to learning, applications of teacher leadership skills, and strategies for culturally-proficient instruction. He works full-time in the Education Department at RAFT as a master teacher, mentor, researcher, curriculum developer, and project manager. Eric conducts training for teachers on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, NGSS, curriculum planning, and classroom management.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Interested educators of grade levels 6 to 8

COST: $45 for members; $70 Value Bundle (workshop + annual membership)

SEATS AVAILABLE: 60

LOCATION: RAFT San Jose

DATE & TIME: Friday, July 29, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Friday, July 29, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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The cost is $60 for each CEU.

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Fees are listed after each class description, all materials included.

Non-members who meet our membership guidelines can participate for a slightly higher fee.

Classes fill up fast, so participants must register and pay in advance to be added to the class. Fees are nontransferable, and refunds are only granted if you cancel at least one week prior to class. All refunds are paid with a RAFT Gift Card. If you fail to attend class or cancel after the one-week deadline, you will not be given a refund. Deposits are returned when the class is completed, or if you cancel one or more weeks in advance.

You can register online or by phone at (408)213-7216.

To cancel your enrollment in a class - email or call (408)213-7216.

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