creator of Algorithmic Geometry, Project Director, principal investigator, courseware developer, and course instructor. Pierre’s scientific contributions span AI, immunology data analysis, sample prep robotics (BD Biosciences), and CAD-laser metrology (BuildExact). He has a BS in Theoretical Physics from Stony Brook Univ, MS Computer Science from U. Colorado Boulder, and post-grad research work at Stanford University Neuropsychology Lab. Most recently, he co-taught the first public school delivery of Algorithmic Geometry 2010-12.
Chief Education Scientist and assessment systems developer. Brian received a Ph.D. in Learning Sciences & Technology Design from Stanford University School of Education (SUSE). His expertise is computer-based mathematics and science assessment. He holds an MS Statistics from Stanford University, a BA Mathematics from Cornell University, and is doing post-doc work in Physics teaching at Harvard.
Professional Development lead. Beth most recently taught Mathematics at Castilleja School for girls in Palo Alto, and mentored beginning teachers regionally via Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP). She brings business experience in educational software and charter school design. She has a Masters in Curriculum and Teacher Education from Stanford University, and a BS English/Mathematics from Northern Michigan University. She is National Board-certified in Mathematics.
Math Education lead. Gregory founded the Math Dept. at Dougherty Valley High School (San Ramon CA), where he leads a staff of 18 teachers. As Math Curriculum Coordinator, he has developed and delivered a series of professional development seminars, and collaboratively raised student proficiencies. He brings 15 years experience in high-tech product development and marketing. He has a BSEE in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC Santa Barbara, grad-level EE coursework at UCLA, and a teaching credential from Cal State East Bay. He co-taught the first public school delivery of Algorithmic Geometry 2010-12 at DVHS.
Associate Courseware Developer, teaching assistant. Cliff is a grad student at California Polytechnic Univ. (Cal Poly) San Luis Obispo, majoring in Mechanical Engineering. He completed the AlgoGeom course the summer before starting college, and co-developed a life-size robot arm for teaching math students about motor coordination.
To modernize high school geometry education for the 21st century.