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Where's Watson

 

 

WHERE'S WATSON?

Superintendent Watson is always looking for opportunities to celebrate the great things happening in Maricopa County schools.

 

Where's Watson?

Every day teachers make magic through relationships, lessons, and activities. Often these stories are not told outside of the walls of the classroom or school. Maricopa County School Superintendent Steve Watson tells as many people as possible about great things happening in schools. His video series Where's Watson elevates the kind of teaching and learning that inspires and prepares students of Maricopa County.

 
Maricopa County School Superintendent Steve Watson visited Zaharis Elementary, in Mesa, to learn about their inquiry-based learning strategies and how they are succeeding at education in their own way.
This month Maricopa County School Superintendent Steve Watson visits Edison School of Innovation to learn about their project-based learning and their teacher-led school.
This month Maricopa County Schools Superintendent Steve Watson visits Alhambra High School to see their A.M.P.E.D. program

Jonathan Perrone from Mountain Sky Middle School in the Washington Elementary District facilitates a STEAM lab where students are solving problems in their community.

Gililland Middle School geometry students are working with the City of Tempe and ADM Group to teach them landscape architecture and implement the design for local homes in the community.
See how Aguila Elementary School is bringing global learning and culture into a rural Maricopa County school.

Students learn first-hand about the science and technology behind flight with the Falcon Warbirds.

Hope College and Career Readiness Academy has a unique internship program that connects students to real-world careers in high school.

Trevor Browne High School works with local industry partners to train and certify students for careers immediately after high school.

Arizona School for the Arts is home to an all-girl championship robotics team.

Avondale Elementary District created a puzzle room to teach students collaborative problem-solving.