Cantor's World Curriculum Framework
This 8-module curriculum framework was created for the game Cantor’s World by UNESCO MGIEP and Fields of View. Designed to understand the relationship between development indices and the uncertainties involved in governing a complex socio-economic system of a country, it is a web-based learning game for master’s level students of economics, sustainability, and policy studies. A training workshop with 8 university professors from 6 countries of the Asia Pacific was conducted to facilitate the implementation of the game-based course in classrooms. It was also presented at UNESCO MGIEP's 2nd Transforming Education Conference for Humanity (TECH) 2018, Visakhapatnam, India.
Role: Curriculum Developer and Programme Coordinator
Created using Unity 3D, Dimension Destination is a short (about 10 minutes gameplay), web-based game for students of grade 9 and 10. It is focused on building a sense of spatial awareness and providing the opportunity for students to apply their coordinate geometry skills while also building knowledge about the Sustainable Development Goals through its narrative. Findings from the study to test its impact on learning and motivation were published in the proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Games Based Learning, 2018, Nice, France. A poster discussing the design of the game was also presented at the 10th International Mathematics and Society Conference, 2019, Hyderabad, India.
Role: Designer and Developer
Introductory Linear Algebra Kit
This low-cost, hands-on kit is designed to study the nature of distinct ‘matrices of linear transformation’ and ‘geometrical representation of simple matrices’ in two-dimension. Findings from the study conducted with undergraduate university students to test the effectiveness of this tool were presented at the National Conference on Mathematics Education, 2017, Bhubaneswar, India.