Torrance Maurer is a local filmmaker and received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the prestigious University of California Los Angeles School of Theater, Film and Television. His films have screened at numerous international film festivals and he just completed his first feature documentary. From 2011 to 2014 he taught film courses at Western State Colorado University in Gunnison Colorado. He currently works for a media and technology company in downtown Denver.
Once open, its program can transform your child's life.
This program will give creativity its due attention by giving participants the chance to work with experts in art, carpentry, and metal work to create an authentic, one-of-a-kind art piece for display in a local business. Click here for details.
Teaching a procedure, such as how to divide fractions, takes but little time, yet the retention is often poor. On the other hand, a developed fraction sense will stay with the child for years and decades to come. Our intent is to cultivate conceptual understanding of fractions and across many constructs. Click here for details.
As we were putting together the Threshold Elements, we realized their inherent constraints: Attempting to capture the Threshold experience in short units of fixed duration, and without the broader context, is akin to trying to capture the essence of a rushing river by scooping some of its water and putting it in a bucket. Be it as it may, in attending any of the Elements, your child will get a taste of water of this extraordinary river.