Request a Bootstrap Workshop!
[NOTE: If you're an individual teacher looking to attend a workshop, you can always find our list of scheduled workshops on our website. This form is primarily for school- or district-level staff who make PD decisions for their teachers.]

Interested in having a Bootstrap workshop for your school or district? This information will help us get a quote to you as soon as possible.

A 3-day Bootstrap PD begins with the cognitive challenges of algebra (including current research in the field and known best practices for instruction), a discussion of why computer programming is often not appropriate for math instruction, and a laser focus on the specific arenas where it can be a powerful teaching tool. From there, teachers participate in the entire Bootstrap course, working through the material with a master Bootstrap teacher while discussing pedagogy and differentiation. Time is reserved for teachers to discuss implementation and alignment, and to practice using some of the pedagogy and getting feedback from peers and Bootstrap staff.  All teachers take home a working videogame, as well as a copy of their completed annotated student workbook.
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Your Name *
Phone Number *
Email Address *
Where are you located? *
City, State or Province, Country
Your Organization *
(e.g. - DC Public Schools, Hearst Academy, Google, United Way...)
School District
(if any)
How did you hear about Bootstrap? *
How many teachers would you like trained? *
NOTE: Minimum 25 teachers
Describe the teacher audience *
(What grades and subjects do they teach?)
When would you like this workshop? *
e.g. - "Summer 2015", "April 14-17th", "September"
How many students do you plan to enroll in Bootstrap? *
After the workshop, how will the class be implemented?
Are you interested in follow-up support or follow-up PD? *
Would you like to purchase student materials for your school or district, as part of the workshop? *
Significant discounts are available for bulk orders.
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