STEP | Student/Teacher Emergenetics Program™
STEP is an exciting way to integrate how people prefer to learn and how teachers can facilitate an educational environment that enhances, deepens, and provides authentic learning experiences for all. Based on Emergenetics theory, STEP honors students through seven distinct thinking and behavior attributes. The result is increased tolerance, motivation, engagement, self-awareness, and an ability to collaborate successfully in cognitively diverse teams.
To learn more about how your STEP report can help you understand your thinking and behavioral preferences, see OUR TOOL page.
|April 4-5||STEP Administrator Facilitator Certification*|
|April 12-13||STEP Teacher Facilitator Certification*|
|May 22-25||STEP Associate Certification in Dallas/Fort Worth|
|June 12||STEP Symposium*|
|June 13-16||STEP Associate Certification|
|June 22||STEP Associate Refresher*|
|June 22||STEP Facilitator Refresher*|
|July 17-18||STEP Teacher Facilitator Certification*|
|July 19-20||STEP Administrator Facilitator Certification*|
|July 27-28||STEP Teacher Facilitator Certification*|
* Indicates that you must have attended a Meeting of the Minds Workshop prior to registering.
Interested in coming to one our our trainings? Please contact the STEP office to register.