Arizona STEM Acceleration Project
Shahla Naraghi is a STEM educator who has six years of experience teaching engineering to students in kindergarten through fourth grade. She has designed educational experiences around coding and robotics, and used Minecraft as a learning tool to help students build skills in collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and systems thinking. She holds a master’s degree in STEM education, curriculum, and instruction from NASA Endeavor and Columbia University, and has served as a mentor for educators studying at NASA Endeavor. She is currently working on an executive master’s degree in global management, with a specialization in space leadership, business, and policy, at Arizona State University’s Thunderbird School of Global Management.