ariel raz, Stanford d.school
Ariel Raz designs learning experiences that inspire educators to engage in creative work. He currently works as head of learning collaborations at Stanford d.school and is a lecturer for the Stanford School of Engineering. In the past, he wore a number of hats in the realm of education, from college tutor to Teach for America classroom teacher to school founder at KIPP Bloom, a middle school in Chicago’s Southside. Ariel holds a bachelor’s degree in film and rhetoric from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s in learning, design and technology from Stanford University.
Sessions:Futures & Design: New Literacies for K12 Educators