Do you want to grow and develop your skills as a science educator?
Are you ready to go beyond the Cram-Pass-Forget Cycle and lead your students to true learning?
The Summer Mastery Workshop offers intensive training that equips you with everything you need to implement our mastery-based model of teaching and raise your school's standard of education.
During the workshop, Novare founder, author, and veteran educator John D. Mays will give you practical techniques and step-by-step guidance to help you:
At the Summer Mastery Workshop, you’ll also ...
Ultimately, you’ll have everything you need to break the Cram-Pass-Forget Cycle ... and replace it with a model that truly works.
Who's the workshop leader?
John D. Mays, the founder of Novare Science & Math, LLC, has worked fourteen years as an engineer and more than twenty years as an educator. Early in his teaching career, John realized that across the country, students weren’t really learning but just going through the motions – what he came to call the “Cram-Pass-Forget Cycle.”
Since then, he has vowed to transform science education across the country, implementing instead a mastery-based teaching model through curriculum and teaching techniques. Today, over 176 schools across the world have adopted Novare Science & Math textbooks and those of its sister company, Centripetal Press. John continues to publish new textbooks, speak at training sessions, and consult with schools all around the country.
Dates: July 17-19, 2019
Regents School of Austin, located at 3230 Travis Country Circle, Austin, TX 78735
Early Bird Registration: $350. (Until May 31st)
Regular Registration: $425
Enrollment is limited to ensure a high-quality experience for everyone. Register early to avoid missing out.
What our 2018 participants said
“The ideas and inspiration I received at the workshop are well worth the time and cost. I really appreciated your heart and passion and wish you all the best in your mission.”
– Aaron Barclay, Calvary Chapel Fluvanna School
“This workshop ‘scratched me where I itched,’ providing encouraging confirmation in some areas and wonderful new perspective in others.”
– Steve Mittwede, Covenant Classical School
“This workshop is inspiring me to apply the model to my French classes as well.”
– Cynthia Van Zandt, Summit Christian Academy
“I appreciate your passion and skill in developing the Mastery approach. I look forward to using Introductory Physics this year to see how it blesses the students.”
– Tim Bower, Liberty Classical School
“Worth the time! Your passion for the next generation shows.”
– Bill Meadows, Covenant Classical School