Understand the difference between One Spark venues and curated venues

One Spark 2015 is just around the corner, and it’s a good idea to understand the differences between venues, themed venues and Creators. We want to help break everything down for you, so that you can enjoy the amazing crowd-funding festival without confusion.
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Boost Your Teaching Career with The Schultz Center’s Professional Learning Programs

The Schultz Center for Teaching & Leadership is not just a place to host an amazing meeting, event or training, it’s also a place to enroll in professional learning programs.

The Schultz Center offers many different programs and classes from ESOL and gifted programs to reading competency courses and mathematics courses. The courses are offered to Florida statewide districts, private school teachers, retired teachers and charter schools and can be completed anywhere between six hours and one year depending on the complexity of the course.
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Book A Better Place for a Better Meeting

Looking for a place to conduct your business meeting, throw an event or train new employees? The Schultz Center for Teaching & Leadership is the place for all your business, event and meeting needs.

The Schultz Center for Teaching & Leadership specializes in planning, coordinating and hosting meetings, events and trainings in our beautiful venue. We open our doors to many businesses, corporations, non-profits, organizations and many others so that an event, meeting or training can be the best it possibly could be.
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The #EdSpark Venue Brings New and Exciting Plans to the Table for One Spark 2015

The Schultz Center for Teaching & Leadership will be bringing a spotlight to the One Spark 2015 Festival to highlight the innovation in education through its themed venue, #EdSpark.

#EdSpark was created by The Schultz Center as the first themed venue to debut at the world’s largest crowd-funding festival, One Spark, in 2014. Deborah Gianoulis, the president of the Schultz Center, came up with the #EdSpark idea in hopes to bring attention to new, innovative ways of teaching and learning by representing unique Creators from all walks of education.
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