Translating Psychological Science to
Useable Knowledge for Teaching and Learning
David B. Daniel, Ph.D
His dedication to facilitating student learning extends from higher education contexts to the K-12 classroom and across a wide variety of disciplines. He regularly consults with schools, districts, teaching and learning centers, publishers, education-oriented companies, policy-makers and non-profit foundations on the development of high-impact pedagogy, including the targeted use of appropriate technologies.
David’s scholarship and related activities focus on translating findings from the science of learning and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to useable knowledge, particularly for educational practice, policy, and student learning. He works to infuse the design of pedagogy and systems, including digital tools, with learning science and stake-holder usability to maximize learning impact and engagement.
David especially enjoys working collaboratively with students and other faculty to translate evidence-based strategies and sustainable teaching to learning practice across disciplines. He also enjoys writing in the third-person and run-on sentences.