Students Chat with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Neshaminy students are getting the chance to talk with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Business Computer and Information Technology Department (BCIT) of
Neshaminy Middle Schools, with the support of the library media specialists, will be conducting video conferences with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
The purpose of this project is to expose and engage our middle level students to applied media technology. Representatives from Rock Hall will lead the conference for our students in real time. Students will explore entrepreneurship skills by simulating their role as a tour manager for a fictional band and make key economic decisions with the goal of realizing maximum profits.
Students will be asked to collaborate on real-world business decisions that comprise of marketing strategies, economic outcomes, and risk management concerns. This demonstration will provide students with the opportunity to learn about the benefits of sound decision-making for consumer-related business situations with real world application.
This valuable experience for all current eighth grade students in the Neshaminy
School District has been made possible through the support of the district
administration and Intermediate Unit #22.