Our goal is to develop core competencies, such as data driven decision making, interdisciplinary curriculum design, workforce development and building relationships that foster academic confidence. Abundance Educational Consulting, LLC is complete with diverse project experience and knowledge that allows the administration of a diversified skill sets to varied educational needs. In line with our motto we are equipped to meet all your professional development needs.
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Increased student achievement on STAAR, EOC, ACT, SAT, TSI examinations with a focus on college and career readiness. Support the development of educators through workshops, in-class modeling, classroom observations, data analysis, reflection, and more. Increase the workforce and build the pipeline in STEM and STEM- related professions. Provide opportunity for STEM professional development for educators
AEC provides a diverse approach to varied learning environment through our services
of Curriculum Writing, Instructional Coaching, Professional Development and Workforce Development.
In the current age of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment the link to state standards is vital in the evaluation and progression of student performance.
We strive to meet the needs a diverse student population, and provide the necessary support to add value to educational experiences in the area of STEM.
Trainings provided focus on interdisciplinary approaches to STEM education which allow intermingling of subject areas that holistically impacting student performance.
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“Thank you! Our students really did enjoy the activities
each week! They were very engaged and challenged to
participate in each one!! One kiddo said they ‘did not
know science could be so much fun!”
“It was cool. I learned about rockets and why people
who made items did the structure to make them work
properly. We also learned that more force pushed
backward will go forward. I liked the class and
hopefully we can have it next year.”