Dr. Danah Henriksen, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership & Innovation

E-mail: danah.henriksen@asu.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D.: Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (2011)
College of Education, Michigan State University

Research Interests: Creativity in teaching and learning, trans-disciplinary thinking skills, design thinking, teaching with the arts, creativity in STEM disciplines, educational technology

Dissertation Topic: We Teach Who We Are: Creativity and Trans-disciplinary Thinking in the Teaching Practices of Exceptional Teachers. Full-text publication.

Dissertation Director: Dr. Punya Mishra

Master of Arts: Educational Technology (2003)
College of Education, Michigan State University

Bachelor of Arts: Marketing (1999)
Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

Henriksen, D. (2016). The role of theory in design: Reflections on examining practical, everyday theory use in design research. She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation. 2(2). 141-143.

Henriksen, D. & Mehta, R. (2016). A beautiful mindset: Creative teaching practices in mathematics. Journal of Mathematics Education. 9(2), 81-89.

Henriksen, D. (2016). The seven transdisciplinary habits of mind of creative teachers: An exploratory study. Thinking Skills and Creativity. 22, 212-232.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., & Fisser, P. (2016). Infusing creativity and technology in 21st century education: a systemic view for change. Journal of Educational Technology & Society. 19(3), 27-37.

Smith, S., & Henriksen, D. (2016). Fail again, fail better: Embracing failure as a paradigm for learning and the visual arts. Art Education Journal. 69(2), 6-11.

de Oliveira, J., Henriksen, D., Castañeda, L., Marimon, M., Barberà, E., Monereo, C., Cole, C., Mahiri, J., & Mishra, P. (2015). The educational landscape of the digital age: Communication practices pushing (us) forwardRUSC. Universities and Knowledge Society Journal12(2), 14-29.

Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2015). We teach who we are: Creativity in the lives and practices of accomplished teachers. Teachers College Record. (117)7. p. 1-46

Henriksen, D., Mehta, R. & Mishra, P. (2015). Novel, effective, whole: Toward a new framework for evaluations of creative products. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. (23)3. p. 455-478.

Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2015). Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. (23)3. p. 273-277.

Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (2015). Editor of special issue devoted to creativity, technology and teacher education. Selected 8 articles by top scholars in the field, and edited, reviewed and prepared for publication. With Dr. Punya Mishra.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., Greenhow, C., Cain, W., & Roseth, C. (2014). A tale of two courses:  Innovation in the hybrid/online doctoral program at Michigan State UniversityTechTrends, (58)4, 48-53.

Henriksen, D. (2014). Full STEAM ahead: Creativity in excellent STEM teaching practices. The STEAM Journal, (1)2, Article 15. Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/steam/vol1/iss2/15

Mishra, P., Terry, L., Henriksen, D. (2013). Guest Editor’s NotesTechTrends 57(3),2. 

Mishra, P., Terry, L., Henriksen, D. (2013). Introduction to the spotlight issue: The educational technology program at Michigan State UniversityTechTrends 57(3) 17-19.

Shaltry, C., Henriksen, D., Wu, M. L. Dickson, P. (2013). Teaching pre-service teachers to integrate technology: Situated learning with online portfolios, classroom websites and FacebookTechTrends 57(3) 20-25. 

Terry, L., Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., Wolf, L.G., Kereluik, K. (2013).  Making it meaningful: The reciprocal relationship between technology and psychology.TechTrends, 58(3), 34-39.

Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2013). Learning from creative teachers. Educational Leadership. 70(5). Retrieved from  http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/feb13/vol70/num05/Learning-from-Creative-Teachers.aspx

Henriksen, D. (2011).  We teach who we are: Creativity and trans-disciplinary thinking among exceptional teachers. (Doctoral Dissertation). Michigan State University. Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses.

Mishra, P., Koehler, M.J., & Henriksen, D., (2011). The seven trans-disciplinary habits of mind: Extending the TPACK framework towards 21st century learning. Educational Technology, 11(2), 22-28.

Books

Mishra, P., & Henriksen, D. (in press). Creativity & Technology: Rethinking Their Role in Education. New York, NY: Springer Publications.

Henriksen, D. (2017). The 7 transdisciplinary habits of mind for creative education. New York, NY: Springer Publications.

Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2016). Creativity, technology & teacher education. Waynesville, NC: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) Publishing.

Book Chapters

Henriksen, D. & Hoelting, M. (in press). Creativity on YouTube: Considering new media and the impulses of the learner. In L. Mikos (Ed.). Youth Creativity and New Media. Gothenburg, Sweden: NORDICOM Clearinghouse.

Henriksen, D. & Cain, W. (in press). Into the new: A creatively focused and technology-fluent (CFTF) mindset for emerging doctoral contexts. In S. Allen; L. Hyatt (Eds.). Technologically-mediated doctoral leadership education. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Henriksen, D., Mehta, R. & Mehta, S. (in press). Design thinking gives STEAM to teaching: A framework that breaks disciplinary boundaries. In M. Khine.; S. Areepattamannil; M. Melkonian (Eds.). STEAM Education: Theory, Research and Practice.

Mehta, R., Keenan, S., Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (in press). Developing a rhetoric of aesthetics: The (often) forgotten link between art and STEM. In M. Khine.; S. Areepattamannil; M. Melkonian (Eds.). STEAM Education: Theory, Research and Practice.

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., Boltz, L. O., Richardson, C. (2015). E-leadership and teacher development using ICT. In R. Huang; Kinshuk; J. K. Price (Eds.). ICT in Education in Global Context: Comparative Reports of Innovations in K-12 Education. Berlin: Springer. pp. 249-266.

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., & Mehta, R. (2015). Creativity, digitality, and teacher professional development: Unifying theory, research, and practice. In M. Niess, & H. Gillow-Wiles (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Teacher Education in the Digital Age(pp. 691-722). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Mishra, P., & Henriksen, D. (2015). The end of the beginning: An epilogue. In Development of Science Teachers’ TPACK (pp. 133-142). Springer. Singapore.

Mishra, P., & Henriksen, D. (2015). Foreward. In J. Hunter, Technology Integration and High Possibility Classrooms: Building from TPACK. New York: Routledge.

Wong, E. D., & Henriksen, D., (2008). If ideas were fashion. In D. Keller, Z. Bekerman, H. Giroux, & N. Burbules (Eds.), Mirror Images: Popular Culture and Education (Chapter 11). New York: Peter Lang.

Non-Refereed Publications

The TechTrends articles listed are part of a column series I co-lead and write with the Deep-Play Research Group. This is an ongoing series of scholarly/theoretical foundations articles focused on creativity and technology for 21st century learning. TechTrends is a refereed, AACE, blind/peer-reviewed journal, from Springer Publications.

Mehta, R., Henriksen, D., Mishra, P, (in press). The Courageous Rationality of Being a Neuroskeptic Neuroscientist: Dr. Arne Dietrich on Creativity and Education. Tech Trends.

Keenan, S., Henriksen, D. & The Deep-Play Research Group (2017). Organizational Contexts and Team Creativity: An Interview with Dr. Roni Reiter-Palmon on Innovation Within Organizations. Tech Trends (61)4. 316 – 321.

Elwood, K., Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2017). Finding Meaning in Flow: A Conversation with Susan K. Perry on Writing Creatively. TechTrends. (61).3.

Cain, W., Henriksen, D. & the Deep-Play Research Group (2017). Uncreativity: A discussion on working creativity before and after ideation with Dr. Chris Bilton. TechTrends. (61)2.

Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2017). Between structure and improvisation: A conversation on creativity as a social and collaborative behavior with Dr. Keith SawyerTechTrends (61)1. 1-6.

Henriksen, D., Hoelting, M. & the Deep-Play Research Group (2016). A Systems View of Creativity in a YouTube World. TechTrends. (60)2. 102-106

Mehta, R., Mishra, P., & Henriksen, D., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2016). Creativity in mathematics and beyond — Learning from Fields medal winnersTechTrends (59)7.

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., Fisser, P., & members of EDUsummIT thematic working group on Creativity (2015). EDUsummIT 2015 Executive Summary. Report on working group 6: Creativity in a Technology Enhanced Curriculum). UNESCO Bangkok & Curtin University. Bangkok, Thailand. Retrieved from: http://www.curtin.edu.au/edusummit/local/docs/edusummit2015-ebook.pdf

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., Fisser, P., & members of EDUsummIT thematic working group on Creativity (2015). EDUsummIT 2015 Policy Paper on Creativity in a Technology Enhanced Curriculum. UNESCO Bangkok & Curtin University. Bangkok, Thailand.

Boltz, L. O., Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2015). Empathy through gaming—Perspective taking in a complex worldTechTrends (59)6, p. 3-8.

Lee, J., Hicks, D., Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2015). Historical soundscapes for creative synthesis. TechTrends (59)5. 4-8.

Henriksen, D., DeSchryver, M., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2015). Transform and Transcend: Synthesis as a trans-disciplinary approach to thinking and learning. TechTrends, (59)4.

Henriksen, D., Keenan, S., Richardson, C., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2015). Play as a Foundational Thinking Skill & Trans-disciplinary Habit of Mind. TechTrends, (59)3.

Henriksen, D. Terry, C.A., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2015). Modeling as a trans-disciplinary formative skill and practice. TechTrends (59)2. p. 4-9.

Henriksen, D., Good, J., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2015). Embodied thinking as a trans-disciplinary habit of mind. TechTrends (59)1. p. 6-11

Henriksen, D., Fahnoe, C., Mishra, P. & the Deep-Play Research Group (2014). Abstracting as a trans-disciplinary habit of mindTechTrends (58)6. p. 3-7

Henriksen, D., Cain, W.,  Mishra, P.  & the Deep-Play Research Group (2014). Making sense of what you see: Patterning as a trans-disciplinary habit of mindTechTrends (58)5, p. 3-7

Henriksen, D., Mehta, R. & Mishra, P. (2014).  Learning to see: Perceiving as a trans-diciplinary habit of mind. TechTrends, (58)4, P. 9-12.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., & the Deep-Play Research Group. (2014). Twisting knobs and connecting things: Rethinking technology & creativity in the 21st Century. TechTrends, (58)1, P. 15-19

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2014). Revisited and remixed: Creative variations and twisting knobs. TechTrends, (58)1, P. 20-23

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., & the Deep-Play Research Group (2013). A NEW approach to defining and measuring creativity. TechTrends (57)5, p. 5-13.

Mishra, P., Cain, W., Sawaya, S., Henriksen, D. & the Deep-Play Research Group, (2013). A room of their own. TechTrends. (57) 4. p. 5-9.

Mishra, P., Terry, C., Henriksen, D. & the Deep-Play Research Group (2013). Square peg, round hole, good engineeringTechTrends, (57) 2. p. 22-25.

Mishra, P., Fahnoe, C., Henriksen, D., & The Deep-Play Research Group (2013). Creativity, self-directed learning, and the architecture of technology rich environments.  TechTrends, (57) 1. 10-13.

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., &  The Deep-Play Research Group (2012). On being (in)disciplinedTech Trends 56(6), 18-21.

Mishra, P., & The Deep-Play Research Group (2012). Rethinking technology & creativity in the 21st century: Crayons are the future. TechTrends, 56(5),  13-16.

PRESENTATIONS

Fisser, P., Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2016). Exploring Creativity and ICT, outcomes of the EdusummIT 2015. Invited presentation at the QED’16 UNESCO International Workshop “Technology Advanced Quality Learning for ALL”, Sofia, Bulgaria, 14 June 2016.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., Fisser, P., DeVelle, S., Henderson, M., Cernochova, M., Hopper, S. (2016, March). Exploring Creativity and ICT Across Education Systems. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2016. Savannah, GA.

Tillman, D., Smith, S., An, S., Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., Cohen, J. Slykhuis, D., Alexander, C., Asing-Cashman, J., Paez, C. & Siemssen, A. (2015, March). Creating Creative Classrooms: Field-tested Best Practices. Symposium presented at Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2016. Savannah, GA.

Mishra, P., Keenan, S. F., Mehta, R., & Henriksen, D. (2015, December). I Care About the Beauty in Science: Aesthetics in Scientific Practice and Pedagogy. Paper presented at epiSTEME 6, Mumbai, India.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., Cain, W., Friedman, A., Garofalo, J., Hartman, D., Hicks, D., Lee, J., Park, J. C., & Smith, S. (2015, March). Creativity Across the Disciplines: Exploring the Boundaries of Teacher Education. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015. Las Vegas, NV.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., DeScryver, M., Fahnoe, C., Cain, W., Terry, C., Mehta, R., Good, G., Richardson, & C, Keenan, S. (2015, March). The Roots of Creativity: Trans-disciplinary Thinking Skills as Tools for Thinking and Learning in the 21st Century. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015. Las Vegas, NV.

Mehta, R., Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2015, March). Through the ‘Cosmos’: Beauty and Aesthetics in Science Education and Popular Media. Paper presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015. Las Vegas, NV.

Mehta, R., Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2015, March). Creative Teachers: Fueled by Interdisciplinary and Avocational Pursuits. Paper presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015. Las Vegas, NV.

Boltz, E., Keenan, S., & Henriksen, D. (2015, March). Best Practices for Learning by Design Online. Best Practices category presentation at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015. Las Vegas, NV.

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., Smith, S., DeSchryver, M., Cain, W., Good, J., Terry, C. (2014, March).  Fail Again, Fail Better: Contextual factors that influence creativity in technology mediated learning contexts. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2014Jacksonville, FL.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., Lee, J., Hartman, D., Park, J. C., Garofalo, J., Cain, W. (2014, March).  (In)Disciplined Learning in Teacher Education. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2014Jacksonville, FL.

Smith, S., Tillman, D., Slykhuis, D., Mishra, P., Alexander, C., Henriksen, D., Church, R., Goodman, A. (2014, March). Building Multidisciplinary Connections:  Intersections of Content, Creativity, and Digital Fabrication Technologies. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2014Jacksonville, FL.  Discussant: Danah Henriksen

Mishra, P., Henriksen, D., DeSchryver, M., Kereluik, K., Terry, L., Fahnoe, C., Wolf, L., & Leahy, S.  (2013, March).  Breaking Disciplinary Boundaries in 21st Century Learning: Creative Teaching with Digital Technologies. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013New Orleans, LA.

Henriksen, D., Mishra, P., Koehler, M., Spector, M., Dickson, P., Dickson, R., Tyler-Woods, T., Jones, G., & Zellner, A. (2013, March). The Hitchiker’s Guide to Hybrid and Online Doctoral Programs. Symposium presented at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013New Orleans, LA.

Shaltry, C., Henriksen, D., & Wu, A. (2013, March). The Evolution of a Technology Course for Pre-Service Teachers. Best Practices category presentation at The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2013New Orleans, LA.

Henriksen, D., & Mishra, P. (2012, April). We Teach Who We Are:  Creativity and trans-disciplinary thinking among exceptional teachers. Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Vancouver, BC.

Henriksen, D., & Stapleton, K. (2009). Learning and teaching overseas: a master’s program experience in educational technology. Presentation at the Michigan Art Teachers Association Conference, Grand Rapids.

Wong, E.D., & Henriksen, D., (2005, April). If ideas were fashion. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Canada.

Wong, E.D., & Henriksen, D., (2004, April). Contemporary culture and educational constructs: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the idea of learning as redemption. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Diego, CA.

HONORS AND AWARDS

Michigan State University AT&T Faculty Award for Best Blended Course – Won by co-instructors Dr. Punya Mishra and Dr. Danah Henriksen for CEP 917 Knowledge Media Design – MSU/AT&T Award AT&T recognizing best practices in the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.

National Merit Scholar, Full (2 year) tuition scholarship 1995-1997.

Undergraduate Macroeconomics Topics grant, $2000, University of Toledo, Spring 1997.

SERVICE AND OTHER

Grant writing experience:

  • Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Internal Grant (rewarded and received Fall 2016). Building Learning Experiences with Design Thinking, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship: A Study of 3 Day Startup. $12,000 (funded).
  • NSF Grant Submitted Fall 2014, DRK-12 for Computational Thinking through Digital Fabrication for at-risk populations (not funded).
  • MSU College of Education Internal Grant (rewarded and received Spring 2014), Digital fabrication research program. $18,000 (funded).
  • NSF Grant Submitted Fall 2013, C-REE-8 written with faculty from MSU’s College of Engineering and College of Education (not funded).

Service to International/National Organizations

  • Thematic working group leader (invited position for TWG 6 on Creativity and Technology) and participant at EDUsummIT 2015. EDUsummIT is a global knowledge building community of researchers, educational practitioners, and policy makers committed to supporting the effective integration of research and practice in the field of ICT in education. EDUsummIT 2015 was co-­hosted by UNESCO Bangkok and Curtin University.
  • Co-Chair of Creativity Special Interest Group for SITE (Society of Information Technology & Teacher Education)
  • Guest Editor – special issue of the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, on the topic of Creativity and Technology in Teacher Education
  • Guest Editor – special issue of Tech Trends, on MSU’s Educational Technology Master’s Program as a Best Practice Case

Service to the Field of Educational Research and Practice

  • K-12 Teacher In-Service – Ongoing professional development programs for North Branch School District
    • Online and face-to-face teacher in-service in classroom technology, for Ruth Fox Elementary (A “Beating the Odds” school for the state of Michigan)
  • Peer/article reviewer for several journals – The Journal of Teacher Education; The Journal of School Leadership; She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics and Innovation; Thinking Skills & Creativity; The Journal of Visual Literacy; and conference reviewer for SITE (The Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education)
  • Editorial review board member for The Journal of Technology and Teacher Education
  • Book reviewer for Solution Tree Press

Service to the University

  • Dissertation committee member for Learning Literacies and Technologies Ph.D. and Innovation and Leadership Ed.D. doctoral students at ASU
  • Dissertation chair for six Innovation and Leadership Ed.D. doctoral students at ASU
  • Search committee member for Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor position in Leadership & Innovation Ed.D. program – Fall 2016/Spring 2017.
  • Program committee member for the Leadership & Innovation Ed.D. Program Committee.
  • Serving as faculty chair at Doctoral Research Conference each semester for ASU/MLFTC doctoral students.
  • Serving as faculty representative participant at orientation sessions for incoming Leadership & Innovation doctoral students (both online and face-to-face).
  • Serving as faculty representative (with Dr. Craig Mertler) for the Leadership & Innovation Ed.D. program at Graduate Programs Showcase events.
  • Serving as a faculty representative/participant at Q & A sessions (several every semester, with Dr. Craig Mertler) for prospective Leadership & Innovation doctoral students.
  • Managing /co-leading the Deep-Play Research Group at Arizona State University and Michigan State University – a research group devoted creativity and technology in teaching and learning.
  • Working with graduate/doctoral students – providing advice on writing, editing, and research methodology (research assistance and qualitative software training).
  • Co-creating/co-leading, with Drs. Michelle Jordan and Steve Zuiker, a design thinking workshop for the Spring 2016 MLFTC Annual Summit meeting.
  • Conducting a workshop for MLFTC doctoral students about building a personal web portfolio/presence – April 2016.

COLLEGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Spring 2017

Instructor; Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership & Innovation
Courses: TEL 792 (Leader Scholar Community); TEL 705 – formerly TEL 791 (Systems Change & Leadership)

Fall 2016

Instructor; Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership & Innovation
Courses: TEL 711 (Strategies for Inquiry); TEL 791 (Systems Change & Leadership)

Spring 2016

Instructor; Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership & Innovation
Courses: TEL 791 (Systems Change & Leadership); TEL 504 (Learning & Instruction)

Fall 2015

Instructor; Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership & Innovation
Course: TEL 791 (Systems Change & Leadership)

Summer 2015

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP 815 (Educational Leadership); CEP 822 (Educational Research Methods)

Spring 2015

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP 817 (Learning by Design).

Fall 2014

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Course:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings)

Summer 2014

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP 815 (Technology and Leadership); and CEP 822 (Approaches to Educational Leadership)

Spring 2014

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Course:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings)

Fall 2013

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Course:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings)

Summer 2013

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP 815 (Technology and Leadership); and CEP 822 (Approaches to Educational Leadership) – co-taught with Dr. Punya Mishra, and William Cain

Spring 2013

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Course:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings)

Fall 2012

Instructor/Co-instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education. Courses:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP 917 (Knowledge Media Design) – co-taught with Dr. Punya Mishra)

Summer 2012

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 800 (The Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP 416 (Teaching and Learning with Technology); CEP 822 (Approaches to Educational Research).

Spring 2008

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Course:  CEP 882 Online (That which moves us: The nature and design of compelling experiences) – co-taught with Dr. David Wong

– Created, organized and uploaded class materials/modules to the web. Generated and facilitated class discussions online. Helped students troubleshoot technology and assisted with student needs, questions, etc relating to the course. Assisted with all student evaluations and grading.

Summer 2007

Co-instructor, Overseas program in Plymouth, England; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  Courses: CEP 800 (Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP801 (Psychological Development: Learner Differences and Commonalities); CEP822 (Approaches to Educational Research).

– Co-taught several courses in educational technology and theory in overseas setting. Co- created curriculum for entire first year program, based on past curriculum and new ideas. Presented lectures and direct instruction in technology applications and educational topics. Facilitated course discussions. Assisted and tutored students during technology lab sessions. Conducted student evaluations and grading

Spring 2007

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Course:  CEP 882 Online (That which moves us: The nature and design of compelling experiences) – co-taught with Dr. David Wong

– Helped create web-based curriculum (adapted from on-campus course), designing modules and learning activities for online learning. Created, organized and uploaded class materials/modules to the web. Generated and facilitated class discussions online. Helped students troubleshoot technology and assisted with student needs, questions, etc relating to the course. Assisted with all student evaluations and grading.

Summer 2006

Co-instructor; Overseas program in Plymouth, England; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 800 (Psychology of Learning in School and Other Settings); CEP801 (Psychological Development: Learner Differences and Commonalities); CEP822 (Approaches to Educational Research).

– Co-taught several courses in educational technology and theory overseas. Co- created curriculum for entire first year program, based on past curriculum and new ideas. Presented lectures and direct instruction in technology applications and educational topics. Facilitated course discussions. Assisted and tutored students during technology lab sessions. Conducted student evaluations and grading

Fall 2005

Co-instructor; Overseas program in Plymouth, England; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 817 Online (Learning Technology through Design)

– Assisted with curriculum development/course materials for online learning. Created, organized and uploaded class materials/modules to the web. Generated and facilitated class discussions online. Helped students troubleshoot technology and assisted with student needs, questions, etc relating to the course. Assisted with all student evaluations and grading.

Summer 2005

Co-instructor; Overseas program in Plymouth, England; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 807 (Capstone in Educational Technology), CEP 816 (Teaching and Learning across the Curriculum), CEP 817 (Learning Technology by Design)

– Co-taught several courses in educational technology and theory overseas. Co- created curriculum for entire first year program, based on past curriculum and new ideas. Presented lectures and direct instruction in technology applications and educational topics. Facilitated course discussions. Assisted and tutored students during technology lab sessions. Conducted student evaluations and grading

Spring 2005

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 817 Online (Learning Technology through Design) – co-taught with Dr. Punya Mishra

– Assisted with curriculum development/course materials for online learning. Created, organized and uploaded class materials/modules to the web. Generated and facilitated class discussions online. Helped students troubleshoot technology and assisted with student needs, questions, etc relating to the course. Assisted with all student evaluations and grading.

Spring 2004

Instructor; Michigan State University, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education.
Courses:  CEP 817 Online (Learning Technology through Design)  – co-taught with Dr. Punya Mishra

– Assisted with curriculum development/course materials for online learning. Created, organized and uploaded class materials/modules to the web. Generated and facilitated class discussions online. Helped students troubleshoot technology and assisted with student needs, questions, etc relating to the course. Assisted with all student evaluations and grading.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor
Arizona State University, Division of Educational Leadership & Innovation
2015 – Present

Visiting Assistant Professor
Michigan State University, College of Education, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education
2012 – 2015

Professional Scoring Supervisor
Pearson Scoring
2009-2012
Supervised project-based scoring on flexible portion of standardized tests. Scored variety of subject matter and test questions for several state and national standardized tests. Scoring supervisor for English/Writing testing – training scorers, monitoring scoring statistics, and providing feedback and assistance to scorers.

Research Assistant
Michigan State University, Outreach, JERRIT project (grant) 2007-2008
Conducted research interviews via telephone with judges and magistrates across the U.S. to gather qualitative data for federal grant project. Provided notes/summaries of each interview to project manager.

Program Coordinator
Michigan State University, Outreach, Department of Criminal Justice
2000-2007
Website design and maintenance for several grant-funded projects (including Project Safe Neighborhoods, Community Policing, Michigan Victim’s Assistance Academy, and more). Planned and coordinated MSU/Community Outreach events, trainings and professional development sessions. Data gathering for research projects (phone interviews, data summaries). Graphic design work (including newletters, flyers, brochures).

Market Research Intern/Assistant
Pace & Partners Marketing
1999-2000
Market research activities. Compiled data into graphics and presentation formats. Data gathering (qualitative data via phone interviews, internet research, written reports/summaries). Planned and assisted with focus groups.

TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS/SKILLS

Design/ Production:  Macromedia Studio (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Freehand, etc). Adobe Creative Suite, Audacity, iMovie, Moviemaker.

Productivity/Research:  Microsoft Office, Hyper Research, Nvivo and Inspiration.

Online:  ANGEL, Moodle, Blackboard, variety of Web 2.0 and social media technologies.