The video above (not produced by me) shows a brief look at the instructional process, features, and content provided in Pi & The Lost Function.
For three years, I was the Lead Instructional Designer at ATLT Games. I met daily with a team of instructional design assistants, subject matter experts, and game developers to create an educational video game that aligns with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Common Core Standards of mathematics.
Through development, our video game and the instructional content was evaluated by superintendents, principals, math professors, video game developers, DoDEA employees, WHRO employees, Virginia Beach City Public Schools, story writers, math teachers in several school districts, math tutors, and students.
We also conducted a math camp in which 113 students played Pi & The Lost Function over a two-week period. The students took a pre-test, used Pi & The Lost Function, and then took a post-test. The study results indicated that participating in the math camp had an effect of improving students’ post-test math performance. The results of the study can be viewed here.
Link: Sample of the Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads Wiki Page
When I was Education Director at Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads, I created a Wiki page for all employees. This page contained new employee information, HR information, vacation schedules, how-to guides, and much more. Here is a sample of one of the Wiki sections on how to use our SVN Repository file system.
Link: SEVAPort Grant Management
When I was Educational Director at Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads, I was responsible for managing a team 2-3 employees and reporting back to the grant authority on how funds were being allocated.
This is the time management document that I created to show the spending, activities, and progress of the SEVAPort grant.