Carr focused his speech on his current research working with preschool students at Mi Clase Mágica, and how he was first introduced to his passion for research within the LCM practicum course and program. Diamant Shaw, who also decided to stay involved volunteering with LCM, was excited to say LCM provided her with a new career avenue after college, and enjoys working with current students and organizing the LCM community programs.
Nicole was among many UCSD students who shared their opinions and experiences – LCM accompanied JusticeCorps and Artsbridge which also enable undergrads to learn while serving people in their local communities. “I was ecstatic to share how La Clase Mágica was a valuable pedagogical tool and resource that has shaped me to be a valuable contributive member in the community today and beyond!” Nicole’s voice was another testament to the sustainability of the magical classrooms that continue sparking change in children and undergrads as we enter our 23rd year!
-Nicole Daneshvar studies Communications at UCSD