"Creativity: A Lifelong Universal Skill"
Free for Teachers, Principals, District Leadership.
"Creativity" is one of the essential skills needed to be a productive citizen in the 21st century. Colleges seek creative high school graduates with STEM experience. High tech firms need creative people to develop globally competitive products and services. School leaders have great interest in "creativity" in the classroom as part of an exciting school-to-work paradigm.
PRISM is offering two related professional development activities dealing with the background and foundations of creativity, and how K-12 students get to be part of an exciting and creative school-to-work paradigm.
Register HERE for both dates at no cost.
May 21, 2021 "Creativity: A Lifelong Universal Skill " 4:00 - 5:30pm.
An interactive online webinar. A zoom link will be provided after registration.
Facilitator: Harry Roman, retired from PSE&G with a long career in engineering, teaching, and invention.
June 4, 2021 "Creative Aids to the Classroom" 10:00am - 3:00pm.
An in-person hands-on workshop held at Montclair State University in the PRISM workshop center at 1515 Broad St., Bloomfield. PD hours will be provided.
Registration limited to 15 with social distancing and masks required.
Facilitator: Dr. Vince Walencik, retired from MSU and a key player in technology education as part of an integrated STEM philosophy (iSTEM).