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Dr. Punya Mishra is a faculty member at Michigan State University where he likes to play with ideas and technologies.

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Educational Change by Design: Creating a school of the future

How do we design a school for the future? This recent article seeks to capture (in the form of a case study) our recent experience in designing such a school. The design process was a collaborative process involving a partnership with a local school district and the design initiatives team at the Teachers College. More...

Why creativity, technology and education don’t play well together? New paper

What is the relationship between technology and creativity, particularly in educational contexts? In this article, we provide a critical thematic literature review of existing scholarship at the intersection of creativity, technology, and teaching/learning in classroom contexts. We identify the contours of existing research in these areas and note their alignments and gaps to point to...

TPACK & More: Presentation at RemoteK12 summit

REMOTE K12: The Connected Teacher Summit, was a one-day virtual summit hosted by ASU, designed for K-12 teachers and those that support and enable teachers in district public, charter and private schools.  I presented a talk titled: Technology in teaching & learning: The TPACK framework & more. Video embedded below.

Learning futures: Designing the horizon

I was recently invited (along with Sean Leahy and Jodie Donner) to present at the Winter Games, Digital Immersive Experience organized by ShapingEDU at Arizona State University. Our talk was titled Learning Futures: Designing the Horizon. We described our session as follows: The maxim we cannot predict the future, but we can invent it (and...

Teachers ARE designers (in many different ways)

One of the pleasures of academia is working with awesome graduate students. This paper is an example of such a collaboration. Melissa Warr, for some reason or the other, decided to do a network analysis of some of the top-cited papers related to teaching and design. Over the past couple of years this work that...

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At 8:13am on May 7, 2012, Kyle Wood said…

Mr. Mishra, I am considering using TPCK as an integration model for an upcoming training of tech savvy teacher in the summer. Do you have any suggestions of resources to teach your model (and to learn it better for myself)?

At 8:56pm on March 13, 2009, Rob Theriault said…
Loved the Thinking Creatively videos. Brilliant!
At 11:32am on June 18, 2008, Gina Loveless said…
Very FOND memories! I always find myself reflecting and referring back to those 5 weeks. A great part of life and who I am today! Enjoy!!!!
At 10:29am on June 18, 2008, Gina Loveless said…
Welcome to the network! So how many nings does it take to be considered a virtual social butterfly?
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At 10:18am on April 27, 2007, punya mishra said…
Thanks. I look forward to getting to know all of you. I have also invited Leigh Wolf to the community. She is very interested in the role of web 2.0 to education. thanks ~ punya
 
 
 

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