Moses Wolfenstein


Moses Wolfenstein is a doctoral student in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. He holds an M.A. in Educational Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University, where he did mixed-methods research and policy analysis on the New York Department of Education’s district level suspension system. While in New York, he also studied conflict resolution at the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR), leading him to focus on the place schools hold within larger social systems and the various factors creating intractable conflicts at school and district levels. At the University of Wisconsin, he is working with his advisor Richard Halverson on Teaching Evaluation, bringing his knowledge of secondary school administration and the principles of cooperation and mediation to bear on the design of this game-based learning tool for school leaders. He is also studying virtual schools and the potential they hold for housing next-level interactive platforms for teaching and learning.


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