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Going through our archives, we came across this great post from June 05, 2015 “Needed: Advice on Appreciating Life” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. I think I need some advice on appreciating how great my life is. I haven’t been posting for two […]

Throwback Thursday: Needed – Advice on Appreciating Life


Congratulations for making it through another week! With kids out of school for summer break and families planning trips, we want to give you today’s freebie that comes straight from our soon-to-be-released, AzTech Games. The game of AzTech begins when two students are kidnapped and taken back in time to the Mayan […]

Freebie Friday: Solving Timeline Problems – Videos


Going through our archives, we came across this great post from March 18, 2015 “The Luxury of Everyday Problems” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. We were driving to the hospital to get some tests done and complaining about the traffic with Colorado Ave. […]

Throwback Thursday: The Luxury of Everyday Problems




Going through our archives, we came across this great post from February 23, 2015 “Quit Making Excuses Not to Succeed” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. Like Alice in Wonderland, I often give myself very good advice but I too seldom take it. […]

Throwback Thursday: Quit Making Excuses Not to Succeed




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Going through our archives, we came across this great post from December 29, 2014 “How to be Better at Anything” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around.   Ronda stopped by today and just talking about life and random people we know, I said, Too […]

Throwback Thursday: How To Be Better At Anything



With many “educational” video games on the market, we breakdown the good and bad elements games offer.  There are LOTS of educational games on the market. The problem is there aren’t very many good ones. How do you differentiate between the time wasters and the legitimate learning tools? Some games are […]

Do’s and Don’ts of Educational Game Design



Going through our archives, we came across this great post from October 20th, 2014 “Judo as Preparation for Life at a Start-Up” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. Sometimes people suggest I wasted that 10,000 hours I spent in judo classes and tournaments, since […]

Throwback Thursday: Judo as Preparation for Life at a Start-Up


We believe all schools should be using educational video games in their classrooms and we offer up three reasons why. Gaming provides significantly greater soft skill development.  Watch kids play an engaging video game. They will fail time and time again, and yet they repeatedly go back into the game to […]

Three Reasons Why All Schools Should Use Games