TECFA University of Geneva
I am an educational technologist working at University of Geneva.
Areas of interest
- Educational technology for higher education
- Project-oriented learning
- Internet technologies
- Digital design and fabrication
- Innovation and change
- A project for transitional education of doctoral applicants in educational technology
- Introducing Blended Learning into a Master Program in Nursing Sciences: A first Exploration of a Holistic Evaluation Framework.
- Requirements for learning scenario and learning process analytics
- Exploring the use of a non-linear learning module with interactive video
- Opportunities and requirements for socio-constructivist learning in Web 2.0
- Conceptual Change through Computer-Supported Argumentative Writing
- Mediawikis for research, teaching and learning
- A community portal for professional development
- Edutech Wiki - an all-in-one solution to support whole scholarship?
- Social Software in the Context of Vocational Training
Daniel K. Schneider is a senior lecturer and researcher at TECFA, a research and teaching unit in the faculty of psychology and education, University of Geneva. Holding a PhD in political science, he has been working in educational technology since 1988 and participated in various innovative pedagogical and technological projects. He has been a prime mover towards the introduction of creative pedagogical strategies and ICT technologies. His current R&D interests focus on modular, flexible and open Internet architectures supporting rich and effective educational designs. Within TECFA's "blended" master program in educational technology, he teaches educational information & communication systems, virtual environments and research methodology.