From 1978-81, David Greenfield studied studio art for three years at the University of California, Santa Cruz, focusing on painting and printmaking. Although he did not graduate, he did continue to paint, and exhibited in San Francisco, New York, London and Israel.
In 1993, he transfered to the Univerity of Judaism in Los Angeles, where in 1996, he received his BA with honors in Jewish history. In 2007, Greenfield received his Master of Arts in Educational Technology, from the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Currently he is an EdD candidate Learning Technologies from the Pepperdine University GSEP, and is completing his dissertation on using graphic novels and comics in the classroom to teach social justice.
Select Academic Papers
Sustainable Social Entrepreneurial Programs
New tools, old ideas
Ethics, Technology, and Personal Responsibility
Collaborative learning centers
On a policy for STEAM education