Embracing and Appreciating Culture in your Life

ASU Gammage- Attend a Full Production- “Embracing and Appreciating Culture in your Life” Our students were encouraged to be open to the influence of multiculturalism through music and dancing. They were given the opportunity to share with their neighbors and learn from the remainder of the crowd where each individual and their ancestors derived from, … Read more

Tour of the MIM (Musical Instrument Museum) — “Do something you love; Exploring career options in music”

Our students were broken into teams and were given a virtual scavenger hunt to be completed at the end of their visit. Many students were excited to compete against fellow classmates to see who could find the most sought after exhibits. Some students questioned why we even have museums like this. They had never been … Read more

College Week

Our visit to the campus at Arizona State University provided many new insights. Some students never had the opportunity to visit an actual college campus or have the notion that this can be their future. Students gained a perspective that there are various colleges around the state or country, not limiting them to just colleges … Read more

BlueCross Blue Shield of AZ Agile Workshop

Students were able to work in groups that allowed them to work on critical thinking and communication to create an idea that could potentially provide a service. Students were able to work on public speaking skills by presenting to others what they had created and how it was going to function.  

SEED-SPOT in Action

Students gained the opportunity to learn soft skills– writing essays, working in teams to collaborate on a business model they created together, researching credible sources–that will help them in their future pursuits of any college or a career. SEED SPOT believes that catalyzing diverse impact-driven entrepreneurs of all ages is the key to solving society’s … Read more

The Hard Truth About Scrum in the Classroom.

The Hard Truth The room was bustling with sounds of shifting papers, talk of turning in grades, and the well awaited spring break. Teachers impatiently sat around tables to hear the latest and greatest educational approach that they would be forced to implement into their all-encompassing classrooms. Imagine their delight when the principal calls order … Read more