Instruction and Curriculum Design: Columbia University, 2005-2011
Instructor at Teachers College, Columbia University:
Redesigned and taught the Java programming classes required in the Instructional Technology and Media department. Rewrote curriculum to focus on educational software development and real-world project management. Ran classes in computer labs as three hour long intensive guided workshops.

Teacher's Assistant at Columbia University:
Coached teams of computer science students working on producing video games for the Advanced Video Game Design class.
Examples of managing educational technology projectsExamples of designing and developing video gamesExamples of artwork and professional designExamples of academic research and inquiry
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