By the time students complete Mark Schreiber's class, they've learned far more and had more fun than they thought possible. Whether they're building catapults in his pre-engineering class, improving the senior lounge or fixing staff members' computers, students learn from Mr. Schreiber the true outcomes of what they are learning. Dedicated to providing students with expansive learning opportunities, he designed an I2I (Innovation in Technology Integration) lab to help them gain a more comprehensive understanding and real-world view of the subjects they study. Since arriving at Frontier Academy, Mr. Schreiber has demonstrated tremendous initiative in developing technology classes that are "hands-on and minds-on". For example, Mr. Schreiber created a Mock Mission to Mars that culminated in an imaginary field trip to the planet. Long after they've graduated, kids still talk about the work they did in his class.
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