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Biographical Profile
Daniel is a Research Assistant in CRADLE@NTU. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Psychology, with a Minor in Linguistics and Multilingual Studies from Nanyang Technological University.
During the summer of his penultimate undergraduate year, he was a Research Assistant at the National Institute of Education, involved in the Working Memory and Numeracy Intervention for Children in the Learning Support Programme for Mathematics. Following his undergraduate studies, he had a brief stint as a Transcriptionist at the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) at A*STAR, before joining CRADLE.
Research Interests in Science of Learning and Education
Lifelong learning, neuroplasticity, metacognition, self-efficacy, learner stress, anxiety and performance
On-Going Research Projects in CRADLE@NTU
An Investigation of Pedagogical Approaches in the Acquisition of Language for Low-Waged, Low-Skilled Adult Learners of English​​