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EDUsummIT 2015

TWG6: Creativity in a technology enhanced curriculum

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Group leaders

Punya Mishra

Dr Punya Mishra is Professor of Educational Technology and Educational Psychology at Michigan State University. He currently chairs the Creativity Special Interest Group at the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education, and is internationally recognized for his work on the theoretical, cognitive and social aspects related to the design and use of computer based learning environments. He has worked extensively in the area of technology integration in teacher education, which led to the development (in collaboration with Dr. M. J. Koehler) of the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework.

Petra Fisser

Dr Petra Fisser is senior researcher at the Dutch National Expertise Centre for Curriculum Development. Her current work and research interests focus on the integration of technology in the curriculum of primary and secondary schools. Petra researches the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework in order to stimulate effective teaching with technology. She is the chair of the TPACK Special Interest Group at the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education, and has published many articles on the topic.

Nicholas Reynolds

Dr. Nicholas Reynolds is a Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne. His background as a professional musician and performer leading into primary school teaching and then academia has provided him with a wide range of knowledge and skills and a keen interest in creativity in teaching and learning. Nick has had a significant input into the development of Australia’s Digital Technologies curriculum and is currently involved with the launch of Victoria’s Digital Technologies curriculum into schools.

Danah Henriksen

Dr Danah Henriksen is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership and Innovation in the Arizona State University, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. Her current work and research interests focus on several strands of research related to creativity and technology, such as evaluation schemas for creative work in technology-rich settings, trans-disciplinary thinking, and creative-cognitive skills for teaching and learning. Dr. Henriksen has taught a variety of courses in areas of educational psychology, design, creativity and learning technology.

Group members

  • Don Krug
  • Paolo Tosato
  • Miroslava Cernochova
  • Susan Hopper
  • Leah Irving
  • Sacha DeVelle
  • Michael Henderson
  • Eugenia Kovatcheva
  • Janet Cochrane
  • Time Patston
  • Sue Cranmer
  • Jonathan San Diego