k-12 professional development

Extreme Learning: Breaking Boundaries of Learning with Flow

Extreme Learning: The Science of Flow and How It Can Help Your Students to Breakthrough Boundaries of Learning

Date and Time

Saturday, November 9
9 a.m.–1 p.m.


For practicing K-12 grade teachers.

Program Description

During this workshop and visit to the temporary exhibition Extreme Sports: Beyond Human Limits at the Museum, you will receive an up-close look at the “inner workings” of the minds and brains of some of the world’s top extreme athletes. Learn about the “flow state,” the brain state that motivates these women and men to take big risks and make sudden performance leaps, common in these sports. How can we apply this science to learning? This workshop will offer practical strategies that you can use to trigger this state in your students, allowing them to make their own breakthroughs and engage more passionately in learning.


Cost:  $35 (coffee and snack provided)

Credit:  CDE credit hours certificate only

Group Size

40 educators

Special Requirements

Children cannot be accommodated in Teachers Professional Development Programs; no exceptions. Participants who arrive with children will not be admitted to the program.

Registration Information

Registration is required. Click the "Book Now" button or call 303.370.6000. Registration closes three days prior to the start date of the program. For questions regarding this course, please e-mail [email protected]


All programs require payment at time of registration. All sales are final unless the Museum cancels the event.

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