Douglas Kiang

I work with schools and leading corporations on creating accessible, engaging coding and computer science curricula for students of all interests, talents, and genders.

Work Experience

Punahou School

Design Thinking and Engineering

2007 - Present

Honolulu, Hawaii

I developed and teach AP Computer Science, Game Design, and iOS App Development at Punahou School. I have helped to lead technology integration, maker and design thinking initiatives, as well as professional development for teachers.

Work Experience


Presenter and Instructor

2013 – present

Boston, Massachusetts

At EdTechTeacher I have consulted with schools across the country on design thinking, iPad integration, assessment, and makerspace design. I have presented keynotes in Beijing, Berlin, and Singapore. I have published articles in EdWeek, Edutopia, and ISTE Connect.

Work Experience

Noble & Greenough School

Academic Technology Advocate

2003 – 2007

Boston, Massachusetts

Conducted computer science courses, and faculty trainings on best teaching practices using emerging technologies. Worked closely with middle school head identifying key technology skills to integrate technology in thoughtful ways throughout the middle school curriculum.

Work Experience


Program Manager, Corp. Education

2001 – 2003

Southborough, Massachusetts

Led project team to design and develop online courses for top law firms. Conducted outside research to create supplementary exhibits on a variety of topics ranging from sexual harassment case law to use of digital signatures in e-commerce.

Work Experience

Dwight-Englewood School


1994 - 1999

Englewood, New Jersey

Taught hands-on Science to grade 1 - 5 students, as well as grade 9 English. Trained students to ask great questions, wonder about their world, think critically, analyze historical and contemporary literature, and write clearly.


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Honors & Awards


Harvard University

Ed.M., Technology, Innovation, and Education


Cambridge, MA

I completed additional coursework at Harvard Law School and the MIT Media Lab. My research focused on the use of technology in negotiation and conflict resolution.