Daniel is a Learning Sciences student at Northwestern. He conducts design-based research on learning tools for novice innovators. His research interests include teaching key design process skills (particularly through analogy), design-based research methods, and tools for design critique. Daniel is currently working on implementing the Digital Loft with Design in America.
Before starting his Ph.D at Northwestern, Daniel was the Learning Architect at Design for America in the Segal Design Institute, and taught Intercultural Communications and English at a French engineering school in Bordeaux. He has also worked as an educator in Vietnam, Poland, and his native England.
MA, Learning Sciences, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
BA, Philosophy, Sussex University