Daniel Schwarz, M.A.

Instructional Design Curriculum Writer

Daniel Schwarz, M.A.

Instructional Design Curriculum Writer

About Daniel Schwarz, M.A.

As an Instructional Design Curriculum Writer, Daniel collaborates with SMEs and members of the ID, Writing, and Graphics teams to ensure that K20’s lessons are designed, developed, and published in accordance with the 5E Model and the principles of authentic learning. A former editorial assistant, he has frequently collaborated with the editorial staff at K20 to edit lessons on a variety of subjects. He also writes history lessons that are available to teachers and students on the LEARN database. A native of New Jersey, Daniel moved to Oklahoma from the DC metro area, where he served as a museum educator and tour guide at several historic sites, including the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal NHP and Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House. He and his fiancée, Laura, enjoy exploring the outdoors with their Chihuahua-mix, Charlie, and German Shepherd-mix, Willow.

Skills & Expertise

American University
M.A., 2013
Public History
Skidmore College
B.A., 2006
English

Program Affiliations