We are educational consultants
and writers in Oakland, California. We develop curriculum materials and
write in two areas: mathematics and science education; and conflict resolution
and anger management.
Since people have trouble spelling our name, when we publish
things on our own, we call ourselves eeps media.
Our clients include
- The Concord Consortium, a high-powered
development house specializing in science and technology education.
- Tuva, who have created an ingenious data
(work on Fathom, a high
school statistics curriculum- and software-development project, out
now from The Concord Consortium)
- The United States Department of
Justice (and you were wondering why John Ashcroft resigned!).
Working with Sue Yeres and Betty Gurnell to develop materials to help
people set up "drug courts," settings within the justice system
to help substance-abusing offenders get the support they need to stay
free and clean.
- New Standards (mathematics
assessment item development; page production and editing for reference
exams and portfolio materials)
- Edmonds (Washington)
School District (helping with the Edmonds Math Project, a secondary-school
- WGBH (advising
a project to make a series of middle-school math videos showing lessons
that implement the NCTM Standards)
Math and Science Project (Fall 1997 math workshops for K–8
teachers on the Annenberg
Channel , 1999 work on a
web site with math activities.)
- Theatrix Interactive (consulting on software
for middle school math, now available as Math Heads.)
- California Mathematics Council (writing, page
production, and editing for They're Counting On Us)
- SERA Learning Technologies
(writing and page production for an anger management curriculum)
- Community Boards of San Francisco (writing for
an intercultural conflict resolution curriculum)