Lauren Marold - Maker Mindsets, Design Thinking, Space Redesign, Campus Professional Learning

I have worked in PK-12 Independent School education for the past eleven years in Dallas, TX. I currently have the pleasure of serving the Greenhill School Preschool, Lower School, and Upper School where my work is focused in Educational Technology. I have had the opportunity to work with students and teachers from all grade levels in 1:1 iPad/laptop environments, tech rich classrooms, and Makerspaces.

I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Texas State University, a Master of Liberal Studies from Southern Methodist University and recently completed a Master of Educational Technology Leadership through George Washington University. I also had the honor of participating in the 2017-2018 Early Career and Aspiring Technology Director’s Institute through ATLIS. Following my training with the Stanford d.school K12 Lab, I have spent a great deal of time helping schools reinvent the way they identify problems within their institutions and design towards change.

My greatest passion is to help schools develop their teachers into eager learners through the creation of Collaborative Learning Communities (CLCs), redesign space to reinvent the way it might support their learners, and implement design thinking models to support their school’s future.

Change can be hard, change can take time, but when done well and through teacher leadership, great change can be made.

I look forward to the opportunity to partner with you as your school builds for the future.

Engage Lauren Marold

If you would like to engage Lauren, please fill in the form below or email acolvin@lausannelearning.com. Lauren’s contact information is below if you would like to talk to her directly.

Mentor Contact

As a Lausanne Learning Consultant, Lauren exemplifies the LL Five Consulting Characteristics:

  1. Student-Centered Character: LL Consultants always keep each student at the center of the conversation in imagining what “could be” from “what is”
  2. Sustaining Character: LL Consultants are focused on working with the school to implement practices that can be sustained over the long term to support the school’s mission
  3. Imaginative Character: LL Consultants are expert and thus can imagine different answers as you interrogate the key question or questions that you are being asked
  4. Independent Character: LL Consultants ensure that their clients become independent of them over time, not co-dependent
  5. Fearless Character: LL Consultants won’t tell their clients what they want to hear but what, in their professional opinion, should be said

Research Outcomes

The 2017 K12 Horizon Report

Supporting post from The Tech Edvocate on 2017 Horizon Report

ISTE Journal of Research on Technology in Education


Stanford d.School K12 Lab

SMU Maker Education Project

International Society for Technology in Education

Texas Computer Educators Association

The Association of Technology Educators in Independent Schools

Conference Presentations

Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools Conference: The Making of a Maker Space using the Stanford d.school design process Sugarland, TX, November 2015

Texas Computer Educators Association Conference (TCEA): The Making of a Maker Space using the Stanford d.school design processAustin, TX, February 2016

Southern Methodist University: The Making of a Maker Space using the Stanford d.school design process Dallas, TX, June 2016

Lausanne Learning Institute Memphis: The Making of a Maker Space using the Stanford d.school design process Memphis, TN, July 2016

Texas Computer Educators Association (TCEA): “Takerspaces:” How to create a Makerspace in your classroom Austin, TX, February 2017

Lausanne Learning Institute Southwest: Design Thnking in Action in The Elementary Classroom Arlington, TX, February 2017

Association for Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS): Design Thinking in Action in the Elementary and Middle School Classroom Los Angeles, CA, April 2017

Lausanne Learning Institute Southwest: Mindfulness and Making: Building Empathy through the Design Process, Arlington, TX, February 2018

Lauren Marold

Coordinator, LS Computer Science and Engineering

Greenhill School

4141 Spring Valley Road

Addison, TX 75001

tel. 972-628-5541


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