eMINTS (enhancing Missouri's Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies) is a comprehensive professional development program that transforms classrooms into places for learning where students use multimedia tools, such as computers, interactive whiteboards, LCD projectors, scanners, digital cameras, etc., to engage in learning that includes inquiry-based lessons that require higher order thinking and collaborative problem-solving. Teachers selected for the Baldwin eMINTS program participate in approximately 231 hours of face-to-face training over a two-year period during the summer and after work hours. Several of our teachers are eMINTS trained. Dr. Moore, Mrs. Berry, and Ms. Beard have completed eMINTS training for Administrators. To learn more, visit http://emints.org/.