Rozzy’s interactive trainings encourage educators to brainstorm and collaborate with their peers. Throughout Rozzy trainings teachers develop new skills and ideas to bring back to the classroom. We want every educator to leave Rozzy workshops feeling confident and prepared to implement STEAM in their classrooms!

Workshops Include:

  • 1-3 hours of instruction by Rozzy founders
  • Rozzy planning tools and STEAM standards guide
  • Discussion on best practices and how to find high quality activities for lessons

Teachers will gain:

Tools (and confidence!) to plan their own STEAM lessons and activities
Knowledge of where to look for high-quality STEAM activities
Discussion on best practices in STEAM education
Methods for how to incorporate STEAM into other subject areas

Available Workshops:

STEAM in Early Childhood and Infant/Toddler:
How to incorporate STEAM into early learning using play-based and experiential learning
STEAM in Elementary School:
Integrating STEAM into elementary school so kids can tinker, create, and explore
STEAM and learning differences: 
How STEAM can be used with children with varying learning needs
Socioemotional learning and STEAM: 
Using STEAM as a vehicle to teach about problem solving and effective communication
STEAM on a budget: 
Cost-effective ways to bring STEAM to any classroom
Family Education: 
How STEAM can be implemented at home
Planning STEAM Events: 
Tools and tricks to organizing STEAM events for families

Educators say…

“The STEAM program was received with much enthusiasm from the staff during teacher training. Concepts were articulated well and I truly believe the program will enhance existing curriculum in a way teachers appreciated. After the training, the staff continued to chat about all the possibilities of this program. This program will be a great addition to our ‘tool box'”
– Karen Lucy, Director


“The teacher empowerment session was very clear and the examples of the different STEAM components were well organized, useful and thought-provoking. Wonderful program!”
– Anita Krauss, Director of Early Childhood Education