Douglas Kiang

Douglas Kiang is a dynamic speaker, teacher, and workshop presenter with over twenty years of teaching experience in independent schools at every grade level. He currently teaches at Punahou School in Honolulu Hawaii, where he teaches computer science, and is an AP Computer Science Principles Reader for ETS. He also is an instructor for EdTechTeacher, specializing in professional development for technology integration worldwide. He is the author of five bestselling game strategy guides and has published articles on Edutopia and the ISTE EdTekHub. Douglas holds a Master’s Degree in Technology, Innovation, and Education from Harvard and is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Microsoft Innovative Educator, and a Google Certified Educator.

Douglas is a 2015 recipient of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Educator Award, for support and encouragement of young women’s interest in computing and information technology.

In 2012 Punahou School was featured in an Apple in Education Profile.

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Douglas Kiang
Douglas Kiang @dkiang
Honolulu, HI kiang.net
speaker, educator, dad, techie, gamer
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Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang RT @romcquill: Are you mentoring and modeling technology for your students? New post by @brholland From Thought to Action-Taking Control of… 3 days ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang @KinderHeroTeach Great! Looking forward to seeing how this goes. The best way to get started is to start! 🙂 then iterate 3 days ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang RT @marthajez: The best #hack came from a Ss during a #microbit session created a compass for a friend who was blind #msfteduchat #STEM4Cha 5 days ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang @Minecraft Voting B for next #Minecraft mob! 5 days ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang RT @EdTechTeacher21: Check out a recap video of our Ignite Keynote speakers from day 2 of the #ETTsummit, it was amazing! Join us in Palm S… 7 days ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang @EduQuinn @gregkulowiec I projected my iPhone X using QuickTime Player and used the Animoji feature built into iOS 11 Messages. 7 days ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang I taught this #AI how to draw a banana, some matches, and a foot today. Thanks @gregkulowiechttps://t.co/h3AovUsDAa 1 week ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang RT @gregkulowiec: A fantastic recap of the purpose, mission and experience at the @EdTechTeacher21 #ettsummit by an even better educator, @… 1 week ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang Yes. As VR hardware catches up and frame rates increase, the "urge to purge" lessens. Or so they say. #stillwaiting https://t.co/ljkHpQSjG1 1 week ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang “What I Did on my Sabbatical”. Thanks, Ben! 🙂 @PunahouSchool #ADEchat #animoji https://t.co/CW8dqH9c4b 1 week ago
Douglas Kiang Douglas Kiang @dkiang Thanks to @gregkulowiec for a thought-provoking session on AI at #ettsummit How would computers do: Dog or Muffin? https://t.co/VcNLITJmJO 1 week ago