Kagan in the Classroom View photos of Kagan Structures in the classroom. Look carefully at how engaged students areâ€”regardless of the subject, the state, or students' age. Witness how students work together harmoniously with classmates. The structures optimize engagement with the curriculum and with each other. Is it any wonder why classrooms that use Kagan have higher achievement and fewer discipline problems?
Kagan Structures Worldwide View photos of Kagan Structures used in classrooms in many countries. Kagan has worked with schools in over 50 countries! Regardless of their country, language, religion, ethnicity, age, or academic content area, students love Kagan. Kagan Structures work so well universally because they are brain-friendly. Brain research reveals that brains function best in a safe, threat-free, supportive social context. Students want to interact with and feel supported by peers; they want to belong; and they want to be totally engaged. Look at the faces of students across the globe enjoying learning with Kagan Structures.
Kagan Professional Development View photos of teachers in Kagan Professional Development workshops learning Kagan Structures. By experiencing first-hand the power of Kagan Structures, teachers recognize what a profound impact Kagan can have on their own classrooms. Teachers come away from Kagan workshops with much more than great ideas. They come away with proven and practical strategies they can implement tomorrow to start making true engagement happen.
Kagan Trainings Worldwide View photos of Kagan Structures being trained and implemented around the world. For decades, educators from across the globe have attended Kagan trainings to learn structures to create student engagement. Kagan has also been invited to countless countries to offer professional development, often with translators. But no translator is needed to understand the universal power of full engagement. Today, Kagan partners with many international organizations to train Kaganâ€™s methods in their respective countries.