For 5 years, I was a camp counselor at an acadmic YMCA day camp. I contributed greatly to the science, technology, engineering,
and mathematics part of the camp. I recreated a Makerspace based on a blog made by The Tech.
I used this "cookbook" to create a new project for the camp each week. Some projects were
using playdoh and fruit to create circuits, making paper aircraft fly in a wind tunnel, making rockets out of construction paper, and
making games in a program called Scratch.
I contributed greatly to the science, technology, engineering, and mathemtics part of the camp.
MiBytes is a computer summer camp for high school students sponsored and run by the University of Michigan Computer Science and Engineering Division, with program content developed and taught by UM faculty and students.
MiBytes: Game Design & Development
I taught around 30 high schools game development using Game Maker.