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TPACK and more: presentation at Remote K12 summit

Associate Dean Punya Mishra presented TPACK & More at REMOTE K12: The Connected Teacher Summit, 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.


Nepal: creativity, technology and design for learning (in STEM and beyond)

Associate Dean Punya Mishra gives a presentation for Kathmandu University, sharing the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) and Five Spaces of Design frameworks and expanding on the need for better use of creativity, technology and design to improve STEM education and beyond.


2020 PIT Convening

The Public Interest Technology University Network is a partnership that fosters collaboration between universities and colleges committed to building the nascent field of public interest technology and growing a new generation of civic-minded technologists. Associate Dean Punya Mishra and geochemist Dr. Ariel Anbar were invited to be part of a panel on embedding humanistic values in STEM education, specifically focused on their recently concluded STEM-Futures project.


Teaching with technology: is TPACK still relevant?

Part of a panel organized by Monash University (Australia) with Judi Harris and Michael Phillips, moderated by Michael Henderson.

Knowing how to teach with technologies is arguably more important now than ever before. The technological, pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) framework has become the world’s most widely recognised way of understanding what teachers need to know in order to effectively integrate digital technologies to support learning.

But is TPACK still relevant? In this seminar you will hear from one of the original developers of TPACK, Associate Dean Punya Mishra, and international scholars Professor Judi Harris and Associate Professor Michael Phillips. They will question whether TPACK is still relevant, offering new critical insights for researchers, educational leaders and educators.


Exploring next-generation education: K-12 trends that matter for 2021

Associate Dean Punya Mishra was part of a panel organized by North Carolina State University’s Friday Institute in January 2021. The topic of the panel was on surfacing K-12 trends that matter for 2021, given the challenges of the past year that educators had to navigate through. From the event introduction: “The goal of this panel discussion is to surface K-12 trends that matter for humanity. As community members, what do we need to be relentless about? As policy makers, what do we need to let go? As educators, how do we create spaces for transformation that can usher in new ways of thinking about and doing education? Join thought leaders as they analyze, predict and dream of next-generation schools.

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How will we learn in the future?

This video is a recording of the discussion between short story authors Simon Brown, Leigh Alexander, and Shiv Ramdas for the Future Tense Fiction: Learning Futures series with Punya Mishra, professor and Associate Dean of Scholarship and Innovation at MLFTC as moderator. Special thanks to New America for hosting the event on behalf of Future Tense.

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Future Tense Fiction online discussion of “The Trolley Solution”

This video is a recording of the discussion between short story author Shiv Ramdas and essay respondent Katina Michael, professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. Punya Mishra, professor and Associate Dean of Scholarship and Innovation at MLFTC, served as moderator.

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Future Tense Fiction online discussion of “The Void”

This video is a recording of the discussion between short story author Leigh Alexander and essay respondent Andrea K. Thomer, information scientist and assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Information. Punya Mishra, professor and Associate Dean of Scholarship and Innovation at MLFTC, served as moderator.

Interview with Donna Harraway

Donna Harraway is a renowned scholar working at the intersection of feminist theory, ecofeminism, science and technology. She is professor emerita at University of California Santa Cruz, in the History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies departments.


“Parasites of the Planet” by Valencia Clement

MLFTC doctoral student Valencia Clement performs a poem she wrote about environmental justice. Her intention is to bring attention to issues such as police brutality, the housing crisis and climate change, while calling for accountability from those who benefit most. She reminds us we are all complicit so we must undertake the responsibility of healing these harms. Learn more about Valencia at


Future Tense Fiction online discussion of “Speaker”

This is a discussion between author Simon Brown and essay respondent Dr. Iveta Silova, Director of CASGE at Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College. Moderated by Dr. Punya Mishra, MLFTC Associate Dean of Scholarship and Innovation.


Introduction: Designing Learning Futures

What is Learning Futures and why is it important? This screencast provides an overview of our Learning Futures work and explains the context for why we are focusing on designing the futures of learning through principled innovation.


Principled Innovation overview video

This brief overview will walk users through the Principled Innovation framework and explain in better detail the characters assets and components of PI that we use today.


Designing for Principled Innovation: part 1

Watch this screencast for a brief overview of Principled Innovation and design, and why these approaches are important for navigating our complex and ambiguous world. You’ll be introduced to our design process, which infuses the concepts of Principled Innovation into an approach for designing creative, thoughtful solutions to educational challenges.


Learning Futures through Principled Innovation and design, February 2020

Listen to Dr. Punya Mishra make a case for why principled innovation and design are critical approaches to addressing the challenges of education in the present and in the future. In this screencast, he provides an historical perspective on how technological innovations have changed the world, and an approach for thinking about how technology and other forces continue to change the world at a rapid pace. Based on remarks made at a leadership and PI convening in February 2020.