Dr. Rafi Santo is a learning scientist focused on the intersection of digital culture, education and institutional change. Centering his work within research-practice partnerships, he has studied, collaborated with and facilitated a range of organizational networks related to digital learning, computing and technology education, including the Hive NYC Learning Network and CSforALL. His research areas include youth interest-driven learning pathways with technology, cross-setting learning ecosystems, and organizational change and innovation around digital learning. His work has been supported by the Spencer Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Mozilla Foundation and the Susan Crown Exchange.
March 30, 2020
Why should students learn computer science? For creativity? Jobs? Justice? Innovation? The answers to this question shape what computer science education (CSed) looks like in practice. A new CSforALL publication explores how the rationales,...Category: Digital Learning
February 4, 2019
Announcing “Brokering Youth Pathways: A toolkit for connecting youth to future opportunity”
Hive Research Lab is excited to announce the release of Brokering Youth Pathways: A toolkit for connecting youth to future opportunity. The result of two years of collaborative research and design between the...Category: Connected Learning