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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Vince Mancuso is a highly experienced secondary teacher, national presenter and author with a passion for what can be accomplished with students in a block schedule format. Vince enjoys sharing with other secondary teachers his enthusiasm for using the time in a block schedule to extend and enhance student learning. His ideas are powerful and practical, and all have been student-proven in his own classroom. He is the author of Strengthen Student Learning in BLOCK SCHEDULE Classes (Grades 6-12), the extensive digital resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.

You'll leave this exciting seminar with a wealth of practical ideas, increased confidence in your teaching skills and a valuable digital resource handbook filled with ready-to-use materials and activities. If you teach within a block schedule at the secondary level, this is a seminar you do not want to miss!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Vince gave so many useful tools and ideas that I am definitely going to incorporate into my classes! Thanks for such a useful seminar - the best we've had in years! This information really promotes authentic, meaningful learning."
- Jean Aguilar, Art Teacher

"Great job Vince. This was eye opening."
- Kent McCormack, Religion Teacher

"Engaging, relevant, interactive, informative. Extremely useful and applicable information. Great job!"
- Jennifer Cavagnaro, Educational Technologist

"As a first year teacher I learned a lot of valuable information. I feel more confident moving forward with block scheduling."
- Curtis Christian, Teacher

"Vince was not only receptive, but encouraged questions. He was very passionate about working with us to meet our needs and to help us understand the strategies presented."
- Patrick Greer, Middle School Science Teacher

"This seminar was very engaging, practical, and approachable! I am walking away with plenty of ideas that I know I will implement in my classroom."
- Amanda Petrofsky, 7th/8th Grade ELA Teacher