Life is not a Journey!

A compelling account on why life is not a journey! At LTSA, we thought it important to share this. Alan Watts's humorous video is a great illustration and testimonial to some of our core concepts, beliefs, and philosophy as a hands-on, experiential and inspiration-rich learning environment. Watch and Enjoy!

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David De Gendt
Elementary Class Engineering Project Complete. Check out the Video!

Our Elementary class "mini engineers" completed their project and buid an awesome looking water collection system. These kids created several designs from scratch, presented their designs to actual engineers and had to go through multiple iterations to get their designs  and construction plan approved! They built miniature models of their designs, budgeted and shopped for materials prior to building the entire system from the ground up under the supervision of knowledgeable adults. Check out the video we made of the whole effort. 

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An immersive, hands-on learning experience at Dive World Austin!

Our students are currently reading Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea so we took them to Dive World Austin for an immersive experience! Students learned about the history of Scuba Diving, the basics of Scuba Diving and also got to experience what it is like to put on all the cool diving gear and breathe underwater! 

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LTSA's mini engineers

Exiting times for our Elementary class students; These little ones are working the concept of a water collection system, the topic of their semester's project presentation. Not only are they working on a design, they get to pitch the design to actual professional engineers who will help them tweak their designs before they get to build it this spring! check out the video of stills we made. 

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David De Gendt
LTSA @ Cisco Systems Campus

Last Thursday's Middle school hands-on field trip at Cisco systems was a blast! Check out the short video we made. Our kids learned about the internet, telepresence, and cyber security. Many thanks to Jennie Kam (Cisco) and Aaron Soto (Rapid7) for all their help in making this a great learning experience. 

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David De Gendt