Daniel Castaneda completed his Doctorate in Technology Education from West Virginia University in 2007. He also received a M.A. in foreign languages and a M.A. in secondary education from the same university. He has taught Spanish for undergraduate students since 2001, first as a teaching assistant at WVU and then as a faculty member at KSU. Daniel's research interests include the effects of instruction involving technology on second language learning.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
- Applied Linguistics
- Computer Assisted Language Learning
- Second-Language Acquisition