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Our Programs

TriBraining provides professional development training through workshops and support services such as

  • Instructional design

  • Multiple intelligence theory

  • The use and benefits of storytelling

  • Integration of play into the classroom

  • Teaching across the miles - intergenerational literacy

  • Incorporation of puppetry into the classroom and as a literacy tool

  • The pedagogy of reading: strategies for curriculum organization and presentation

  • Self-advocacy
















Our flexible and personal approach allows us to individually tailor our work for each client and can be formatted as a single presentation, multi-day event, or through ongoing collaboration. Workshops can be developed in 1:1 or group settings, large or small.  We are also currently offering virtual workshops. TriBraining's connections with universities and museums will provide teachers with CPU/CPDU credits towards recertification for their work in TriBraining workshops. 


Some of our current and past clients 

The Art Institute of Chicago

Baker Demonstration School (Wilmette, IL)

Chicago Public Library 

Davis Academy (Atlanta, GA) 

Evanston History Center (Evanston, IL) 

The Mentor Project (Virtual Programming)

Mitchell Museum of the American Indian (Evanston, IL)

National Louis University (IL)

National Museum of Mexican Art (Chicago, IL)

St. Thomas the Apostle School (Chicago, IL)

Youth & Opportunity United (Evanston, IL)

TriBraining, Inc.

teaching to reach different learners and learning styles

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