David Miller is an instructional designer in Tampa, Florida. Educated at home by his mother, a certified teacher and experienced instructional designer, David was exposed to a technology-rich learning environment and a diverse curriculum from kindergarten to high school. He had the opportunity to learn from various modes of instruction including the computer, the Internet, CDs, field trips and self-directed projects. David consistently scored above grade level each year that he was tested by certified educators in accordance with Florida's requirements for home schooled students. At fifteen he took the SAT examination and scored high enough to be accepted at most universities. But based on parental guidance, he began his undergraduate education at Hillsborough Community College. Two years later he transferred to the University of South Florida where he received a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology. After obtaining his first degree, David decided to pursue a master's degree in the field of education. Specifically his goal was to apply his technology skills and knowledge to design educational courses and programs. Enrolling at Walden University in the fall of 2011 he began working towards his graduate degree. In January 2014, David graduated with an impressive GPA and a Master of Science degree in Instructional Design and Technology. To date he has authored two technical books and works as an independent contractor developing e-learning courses and management of online instructional programs.