Meet Principal Curtis Walker of the Academy of Math and Science Flower campus. In this video Mr. Walker describes why growth is important in a school and how creating a sense of community within the scholars, teachers and staff create a positive environment for everyone.
Ms. Meyers shares her favorite part about teaching is when she can see that her students really get it. They are able to apply what they’ve learned even if it’s a concept they learned a while ago. Through retention, they can reflect on previous knowledge and bring it into the days learning. She reflects on how to keep her students are complimentary of each other in their daily studies.
At AMS, we recognize that students can be at different levels in performance either above, below, or at grade level and that we, as educators, are meeting or students’ needs.
Academy of Math & Science utilizes C.H.A.M.P.S to make math scholars successful.
Ms. Meyers describes what make’s AMS special. She values the family atmosphere between the students and teachers because of the collaboration between everyone. Her 1st grade students have the ability interact with each other during “turn and talk” sessions and love to congratulate others for correct answers.
In this video, 1st grade teacher, Ms. Meyer highlights the benefits of the STEM curriculum at the Academies of Math & Science. She also shares her experience on how the AMS team creates advanced kindergarten through second grade scholars within the STEM curriculum.
In this video, Academies of Math & Science Middle School Math teacher Ms. Gutierrez explains why she thinks teaching at AMS is special.
Academies of Math & Science Art Teacher Mrs. Rough explains what she thinks AMS is special.
She describes how the environment at AMS is open and how the students and staff work together. For example, she sees siblings holding hand on their way to school.
Ms. Gutierrez describes what a typical middle school math day is like at the Academies of Math & Science. She discussed using Saxon Math and how she implements i-Ready data-driven instruction in her classroom.
In this video, art teacher Mrs. Rough of the Academies of Math & Science – Desert Sky campus describes the importance of teaching art within the K-8 STEAM curriculum and how it helps broaden the educational experience of scholars.