TISD Educators Learn Through Innovative & Interactive Collaborative

TOMBALL - Preparation for the start of another school year continued as Tomball ISD educators came together for its annual District Collaborative, an interactive and innovative learning experience meant to inspire educators in all areas of education.

The event welcomed in presenters and speakers from around the state and country, presenting in over 240 sessions throughout the day at Tomball Memorial High School.

Educators collaborated on a variety of topics and were able to gain insight on innovative ways to approach the classroom and how to collectively continue to educate children and meet the needs of every child.

“Tomball ISD is a learning organization,” Nefertari Mundy, Assistant Superintendent of Strategic Initiatives said. We pride ourselves on being able to support our educators in their professional learning experience and provide them the necessary knowledge, skills and resources to educate our students on the highest level possible.”

Educators across the district, representing 20 campuses, were able to collaborate in sessions related to classroom instruction and classroom management. Sessions covered all curriculum and programs with science labs and fine arts, digital learning workshops as well as transformational and critical thinking learning exercises.

The sessions challenged Tomball ISD educators to collaborate in a deeper way, while providing them with  innovative strategies to take back into their classrooms and on their campuses.

The District Collaborative also featured a large number of local businesses during the vendor fair. Educators taking part in the day’s event were able to gain insight into the Tomball community and witness the number of support businesses have for public education.

About Tomball ISD
Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences. Founded in 1908, Tomball ISD now encompasses 83 square miles in northwest Harris County and southwest Montgomery County, and is located approximately 30 miles from downtown Houston. The district currently educates over 17,000 students at 20 campuses.