Curriculum Designers and Instructors/Directors
Yvette J. Pruss
Director and Educator, ELA Enrichment
ELA Enrichment founder, director, curriculum developer, and founder Yvette Pruss, MA has over 26 years of experience designing curriculum, and teaching both traditional and international students from Asia, Africa, South America, Central America, the United States, and Canada on the middle school, high school, and college levels. Her Master of Arts degree is in English (literature, writing, and research). She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and in Spanish. She also completed state certification education in middle school and secondary education.
Yvette has conducted international trips, authored educational articles, and currently develops the curriculum and teaches ELA and social studies classes for Mounthaven Christian Academy. In both her curriculum development work and in her teaching, she helps students prepare for their subsequent academic levels and to further cultivate their thinking, writing, and speaking skills, often in a social studies context that promotes the development of world understanding and encourages a sense of belonging.
To learn more about Yvette, click on her LinkedIn Profile.
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Timothy J. Pruss
Director and Educator, Robotics.Camp
Robotics.Camp founder, director and STEM instructor, Tim Pruss, MS has an extensive background in computer science and technology. He holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Systems Management from the University of Maryland Global Campus; a bachelor of science degree in geography (cartography, remote sensing, and information systems) from Pennsylvania State University; is a level two Google Certified Educator, and an FAA-certified, Part 107 remote-pilot.
Tim is also the vice president of development at Global Science and Technology, Inc. whose major clients include NASA, NOAA, the Department of Defence, and the Department of Justice. He brings his expertise into the virtual environment, guiding students as they program and code their Lego Robots and drones.