Danah Henriksen
Danah Henriksen
Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Innovation
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The seven trans-disciplinary habits of mind: Extending the TPACK framework towards 21st century learning
P Mishra, MJ Koehler, D Henriksen
Educational Technology, 22-28, 2011
2922011
Infusing creativity and technology in 21st century education: A systemic view for change.
D Henriksen, P Mishra, P Fisser
Educational Technology & Society 19 (3), 27-37, 2016
1622016
Full STEAM ahead: Creativity in excellent STEM teaching practices
D Henriksen
The STEAM journal 1 (2), 15, 2014
1082014
A NEW approach to defining and measuring creativity: Rethinking technology & creativity in the 21st century
P Mishra, D Henriksen, Deep-Play Research Group
TechTrends 57 (5), 10-13, 2013
852013
Situated learning with online portfolios, classroom websites and Facebook
C Shaltry, D Henriksen, ML Wu, WP Dickson
TechTrends 57 (3), 20-25, 2013
772013
Design thinking: A creative approach to educational problems of practice
D Henriksen, C Richardson, R Mehta
Thinking skills and Creativity 26, 140-153, 2017
732017
We Teach Who We Are: Creativity in the Lives and Practices of Accomplished Teachers
D Henriksen, P Mishra
Teachers College Record 117 (Number 7), 1-46, 2015
682015
Creativity, self-directed learning and the architecture of technology rich environments
P Mishra, C Fahnoe, D Henriksen, Deep-Play Research Group
TechTrends 57 (1), 10-13, 2013
652013
On being (in) disciplined
P Mishra, D Henriksen
Creativity, Technology & Education: Exploring their Convergence, 35-41, 2018
61*2018
Rethinking technology & creativity in the 21st century
P Mishra, A Yadav, Deep-Play Research Group
TechTrends 57 (3), 10-14, 2013
462013
Of art and algorithms: Rethinking technology & creativity in the 21st century
P Mishra, A Yadav
TechTrends 57 (3), 10-14, 2013
442013
We teach who we are: Creativity and trans-disciplinary thinking in the practices of accomplished teachers
D Henriksen
Michigan State University, Educational Psychology and Educational Technology, 2011
382011
Fail again, fail better: Embracing failure as a paradigm for creative learning in the arts
S Smith, D Henriksen
Art Education 69 (2), 6-11, 2016
372016
Creating STEAM with design thinking: Beyond STEM and arts integration
D Henriksen
The STEAM Journal 3 (1), 11, 2017
342017
Learning from creative teachers
D Henriksen, P Mishra
Educational Leadership 70 (5), 1-4, 2013
332013
The seven transdisciplinary habits of mind of creative teachers: An exploratory study of award winning teachers
D Henriksen
Thinking Skills and Creativity 22, 212-232, 2016
292016
Novel, effective, whole: Toward a NEW framework for evaluations of creative products
D Henriksen, P Mishra, R Mehta
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 23 (3), 455-478, 2015
292015
A tale of two courses: innovation in the hybrid/online doctoral program at Michigan State University
D Henriksen, P Mishra, C Greenhow, W Cain, C Roseth
TechTrends 58 (4), 45-53, 2014
292014
Rethinking technology & creativity in the 21st century: Empathy through gaming-perspective taking in a complex world
LO Boltz, D Henriksen, P Mishra
TechTrends 59 (6), 3-8, 2015
282015
Twisting knobs and connecting things: Rethinking Technology & Creativity in the 21st Century
D Henriksen, P Mishra
TechTrends 58 (1), 15, 2014
272014
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