I am an interaction designer and educator in the SF Bay Area. My research and practice focuses on embedded and embodied interaction to enable inquiry and open exploration and engage a diversity of learning styles. I completed my MFA Design at California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2010. My work is published in the Association for Computing Machinery(ACM) library.I am the Academic Technology Coordinator at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Day School in San Mateo, CA. I also consult a variety of educational technology initiatives ranging from game-based learning tools to embedded computing hardware for learning.
I teach: Math, Technology, Visual Art/Design, Multimedia, Yearbook Publication
To ages: 5 to 21
Good web-based application for keyboarding practice. Paid app that offers a curriculum for students to follow and ability for teachers and parents to track progress over time. Customizable benchmarks. I recommend using this tool for individual keyboarding practice. We support students keyboarding practice by creating Qwertytown accounts for students and supporting practice at home.