Paul Joseph Stengel
Senior Learning Designer
Paul is a Learning Designer at the CTL. He works with faculty across all schools at Columbia with a focus on those in the Social Sciences and Teachers College. Paul partners with faculty on course design and specializes in helping faculty make the most of recent research in the Learning Sciences. He has presented at conferences on his work with faculty around using technology to enhance inquiry-based learning, project-based learning, and active learning. Paul is especially proud of his faculty partnerships, including his work on the Education Leader Development Experience (ELDEx) case platform and the LEADERSProject web repository. In addition to his service and project work, he manages the strategic vision for EdBlogs, the campus WordPress blog platform with a focus on blogs for teaching and learning.
Before coming to Columbia, Paul worked for six years as a high school teacher in Connecticut, where he currently holds a certificate to teach. Paul graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with a B.S. in secondary English education. He received an M.A. in Instructional Technology and Media, and an Ed.M. in Communications and Education, from Teachers College Columbia University, where he is also pursuing a doctorate.