At YoungMindInteractive, we develop our games under the guidance and advisement of experts in the field of education and game development. We test our games in the classroom with real students and use the most current research to inform our game-making process. Our focus on quality means that our digital games are effective and utilize the newest methodologies in digital education.
Dr. Susan Lowes
Director, Research and Evaluation
Institute for Learning Technologies
Teachers College/Columbia University
Dr. Susan Lowes is currently Director of Research and Evaluation at the
Institute for Learning Technologies and Adjunct Professor in the Program in Computers, Communication, Technology, and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she teaches courses on methodologies for researching technology in education and on online schools and schooling at the K-12 level. She has directed many research and evaluation projects at both the university and K-12 levels that look at the integration of technology into the classroom. She has published research on a number of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) projects, including several using robotics, as well as various forms of online learning.
Dorothy Bokor BS, MS, PDA
Expert in Orton Gillingham Program
As a Special Education Teacher, Adjunct College Instructor of Teachers and Supervisors (Special Ed and Gifted) and parent of a child with Dyslexia, Dorothy Bokor has consistently applied the Orton Gillingham method, stressing Structure, Linguistics, and Multi-Sensory instructional with Phonics and Repetition to achieve levels of mastery with challenged student populations. In 1995, Dorothy Bokor developed and published a ground-breaking CD-based multi-sensory phonics game entitled Climbing with Phonics which featured video and audio along with a User Interface developed for young children.