Author: Daniel Damelin

About Daniel

Daniel Damelin

Daniel Damelin has worked in the field of education for thirty years as a teacher, curriculum and technology developer, professional development leader, and educational researcher. Currently a senior scientist at the nonprofit Concord Consortium, he has worked on numerous grant-funded projects that resulted in open educational resources to support the learning of science through simulation and data visualization, inquiry-oriented curriculum and pedagogy, and formative assessment.

Ten Strands

Explore how Concord Consortium’s STEM education technology research and development expertise is shaping how California students will discern and synthesize data. As a CCEJP anchor organization, Concord Consortium offers data tools and support to the curriculum writing teams so all curricular resources will use digital resources to engage deeply, justly, and equitably with STEM concepts.