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BOLT

Building our Leaders of Tomorrow provides an unforgettable leadership institute for students grades 3-12. Using the Walt Disney World® theme parks as a magical classroom, youngsters from around the country collaborate with their peers during a one-of-a-kind BOLT leadership experience.

Pegasus Spring education staff teach a leadership curriculum focused around the question: “How does a leader make a positive impact?” Students acquire building blocks to develop their own leadership skills and leave BOLT equipped and energized to take on active leadership roles in their schools and communities.

BOLT is programmed to allow returning students to grow their leadership skills, with new focus areas each year. Past BOLT institutes have included Servant Leadership, Leadership Innovators, and Building Blocks to Leadership.

Learn More & Register Now for Winter 2019

BOLT

Building our Leaders of Tomorrow provides an unforgettable leadership institute for students grades 3-12. Using the Walt Disney World® theme parks as a magical classroom, youngsters from around the country collaborate with their peers during a one-of-a-kind BOLT leadership experience.

Pegasus Spring education staff teach a leadership curriculum focused around the question: “How does a leader make a positive impact?” Students acquire building blocks to develop their own leadership skills and leave BOLT equipped and energized to take on active leadership roles in their schools and communities.

BOLT is programmed to allow returning students to grow their leadership skills, with new focus areas each year. Past BOLT institutes have included Servant Leadership, Leadership Innovators, and Building Blocks to Leadership.

Learn More & Register Now for Winter 2019

Educator Retreats

Educator RetreatsThis winter at Walt Disney World’s Swan Resort, PSEC is proud to partner with educational facilitators Gene Thompson-Grove and Erin Walsh for a three-day retreat titled “Teaching with the Brain in Mind: The Art and Science of Igniting Learning in All Students.” This professional learning seminar engages K-12 educators in exploring the science of learning and the All Kinds of Minds (AKOM) neurodevelopmental framework. Participants will use case studies and activities to practice observing and describing students’ learning, and will explore how to adapt instruction and design targeted interventions based on the neurodevelopmental demands of an academic task and students’ profiles.

Click below for more details and registration information. Early bird registration ends October 30th!

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