The Corporate Office has been working on an initiative to help everyone associated with your High Touch High Tech programming office remember our brand values.
The purpose of the DELTA initiative is to strengthen the HTHT brand and remind everyone associated with HTHT that for which we stand. The DELTA initiative will serve to reinforce the High Touch High Tech – Science Made Fun mission across the globe.
The DELTA (∆) symbol in science represents change or difference. This is why it was chosen to represent our brand. As trends in education change, so does HTHT! In our ongoing effort to meet customer demands, HTHT develops new programs and introduces new experiences that are flexible and easily adaptable in numerous environments with various populations. HTHT programs make a difference!
For the third year in a row, HTHT of WNC provided its “Hands-on science for a high tech world” workshop for early childhood educators from around Western North Carolina.
This year 48 teachers, and early childhood directors participated. The hour and half workshop flew by, and everyone had a great time. More importantly, wonderful science process skills were shared and conveyed to teachers.
Teachers were able to ask questions and share feedback. Teachers learned amazing ways to teach kids science in a fun manner using safe, common, everyday materials. You can see for yourself just how much fun these educators were having with High Touch High Tech.
Just another example that science is fun for kids of all ages, even those that are kids at heart!
Lakeside Elementary’s fifth-grade students became scientists and shared hands-on experiences of concepts established by Sir Isaac Newton through participating in a PTO-sponsored workshop of “Newton in the Nutshell.”
Cranium Crystal & Rockin’ Ruth Ann, scientists from the Dallas location, used enthusiasm to ignite fifth graders’ minds as they perfromed various experiments to test Newton’s three laws of motion.
You can find out the details of their awesome hands-on experience by reading the latest article in the Plano Star-Courier or just click the link below