Analysis & Communication

Below are instructional and technical writing samples from college and work. Each section contains a link to the content, along with context about its creation.

This document serves as an aid for Technical Support Specialists to bulk download videos from the Kaltura Management Console. This process is complicated and not intuitive; I figured out how the management console worked and distilled the process into simple, definite steps.

Vector-Based Problems is a document to help math educators prepare for teaching the topic. It covers common struggles that students may face when learning vector word problems in precalculus. In addition to providing an overview of the material, the document also illustrates methods for identifying student errors and explaining the material in simpler, more intuitive ways.

This document serves as an aid for common Flipgrid troubleshooting solutions within the Canvas learning management system. The document provides instruction on resolving the issue, as well as providing a canned response for professors who have encountered Flipgrid errors.

At Stony Brook University in 2019, I planned and carried out “Get the (Bubble) Tea on HIV,” a mobile health literacy program for students of the university. This report covers the goals and outcomes of the event, as well as justification for the money used in the execution of the program.

Mathnasium of Tallahassee made the transition from Groupworld to ConexED as its primary telecommunication software. This document details reservations and improvements about the switch prior to Mathnasium making the decision.