Humanities & Technology
During his career in education, Andrew Miller has taught in a variety of educational settings. He received his B.A. in Classics at the University of Puget Sound, where he also earned his Masters in Teaching with specialization Secondary Literacy Education. Ascribing to equity, student ownership of learning, and true student's own construction of knowledge, he moved to the Technology Access Foundation Academy, a school focused in STEM curriculum and Project Based Learning with a mission to prepare under-served minorities for college and STEM fields. He used his expertise to create authentic Course-Based PBL and STEM PBL that integrates over a variety of subjects.
He has an extensive knowledge of best practices in Literacy, Authentic Intellectual Work, Instructional Coaching, Language Acquisition and ELL, Equity and Access, 21st Century Skills, and Curriculum Integration with Technology. Andrew also has taught a variety of subjects online including not only College-level English, but also computer Game Design and Computer Literacy. Andrew currently uses his PBL skills to create effective curriculum and instruction at Giant Campus, which seeks to create 21st century learners using PBL in an online environment.