Daniel Noh [also 노주현] (he/him/his) is an educator, designer, and researcher exploring learning, accessibility, play, and spaces.
Currently, as a Museum Educator at the MIT Museum, Daniel develops and facilitates STEAM workshops and drop-in activities for learners of all ages. As a Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, he helps develop and teach courses on multi-modal learning analytics, digital fabrication and making, and designing learning spaces.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Architecture (University Honors) from Carnegie Mellon University, with minors in Human-Computer Interaction and Design for Learning, and a Master of Education in Learning Design, Innovation, and Technology from Harvard University.
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