It's difficult to bring a wide variety of people together in a community to accomplish a goal. It's also hard to communicate perspectives on societal problems, unforeseen/unintended impact, or complex reforms that could improve the lives of others.
CATC works with community organizations to improve the programming offered to their members or citizens. From PTO's to faith organizations to non-profits, we help design learning experiences that engage all voices in a meaningful way.
There is an ever-growing list of demands placed on business leaders, employers, school districts, teachers and caregivers. People are asked to squeeze more out of every moment in their work day and home life. The CATC process was developed to fit within these demands without overwhelming individuals or systems.
The creative thinking process allows all to thrive when given the opportunity to explore, integrate, analyze, and create in a meaningful way. Participating in this design and implementation process also increases professional motivation and satisfaction for both teacher and learner.
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Employees frequently attend meetings and trainings and leave with a list of To Do's. These don't always improve work performance or help reach the company's goals.
CATC works with business leaders to focus on getting employees to invest in and respond to new initiatives. From tiny staff meetings to large company programs, we help design learning experiences that move individuals and teams towards authentic understanding.
Teachers often assign creative projects for students to complete. It is not enough to ask students to color a picture or write a song. The art process is reduced to fluff. And, the students' content understanding is not improved.
CATC works with educators to use the Arts Integrated Curriculum Design approach to teaching and learning. From pre-school through higher ed professors, we help design integrated curriculum that meets the highest standards in their field.
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