Chris is a PhD candidate in Learning Sciences and Technology Design at Stanford's Graduate School of Education. A former secondary English and Computer Science teacher, Chris has also worked as a software developer. His research is focused on computational literacies, the sense-making processes we need to participate in and critically challenge our world's operating system.
I'll be on the academic job market in 2019. Hurry; inventory is going fast!
Chris has extensive experience conducting mixed-methods educational research, including participatory design-based research, data science (specialty in natural language processing), and computational social science. Chris is available for speaking, consulting, professional development, and software development. For more details, please see his curriculum vitae.
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