David Greenfield, Ed.D., consulting educator

Global Experience

2008-2016, Consultant to National Museum of Mangolia
• Consult with museum about multiple current and future exhibitions pertaining to Mongolian history and culture, edit proposals in English used for fund raising and grants.

2009-2015, Guest Lecturer, Abansky school №3, Krasnoyarsk, Siberia
• Uses Skype to be a guest teacher for multiple middle school English classes, discussing art with the studetns.
• Collaborate with primary teacher to design global art project for students to create images and share with students in distant schools.

2010, Technologist/Educator, Loyola Marymount University/California State University, Northridge student trip to Poland.
• Traveled to Poland with 25 students from two universities in Los Angeles. Participating students reflected diverse, interdenominational, cultural and generational communities of Los Angeles and went to Poland to explore complicated and intertwined history of the Jew and Poles.
• Selected and implemented technology and Web 2.0 tools to assist students in creating blogs with text, video, image and audio based on their experiences in Poland and their interactions with students there.
• Developed lesson plans in media literacy, wrote technical specs and pedagogy for technology component of journey, along with the formal learning objectives pertaining to traditional topics, in order for students to also learn about digital communications technologies.

2007, Loyola Marymount University
• Created blog site for Global Peace Summit held at LMU.
• Led training about blogging for group of visiting international high school students to empower them to teach their neighbors by telling their own stories.
• Taught technology basics for creating and maintaining a blog.

1988, Artist in Residence, HILAI Center for the arts, Ma’alot Tarshiha
• Successfully brought together school children in Jewish, Moslem and Christian villages in the Ma’alotTarshiha area to work on collaborative art projects that modeled civic cooperation and advocated dialogue in a safe environment.
• Facilitated community visits of all participating children to each other’s villages to see homes, places of worship, and schools of their neighbors.
• Coordinated teachers, administrators, parents and community leaders of the three participating schools to plan community visits to develop collaborative art projects for the children.

Kibbutz Tirat Tzvi, Israel

• Carrot and potato farmer, turkey rancher, p/t firefighter, and tractor driver.

Students, teachers, and administrators from the local schools of Me'eona (Jewish) and Me'eliyah (Christian) present collaborative artworks to each other at the school in Tarshiha (Moslem), Spring 1988.

To view more photographs from his residency in Ma'alot-Tarshiha, as well as images from his travels in Israel and Egypt on the same adventure, click
Israel, 1973-1988: War & Peace