TWG6: Developing creativity in teachers and learners

Danah Henriksen is an Assistant Professor of Leadership and Innovation at Arizona State University. Her research focuses on creativity, thinking skills, educational technology, and design thinking for education. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed educational journals such as Teachers College Record, Educational Technology, TechTrends,Journal of Technology & Teacher Education, and practitioner venues like Educational Leadership. She is Associate Chair of the Creativity SIG for the Society of Information Technology in Education.


Michael is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, Australia. His research and teaching focuses on the design and implications of educational technologies across early childhood, school, university and professional learning contexts. Creativity and risk in the use of educational technology is a particular interest of his. He leads the Learning with New Media Research Group and is the Lead Editor of the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET). His profile is available.

TWG6 Discussion Paper

Dorma Baker USA Pajaro Valley Unified School District Superintendent
Elena Shoikova Bulgaria ULSIT Professor
Errko Sointu Finland University of Eastern Finland Postdoctoral researcher (tenure track)
Evgenia Sendova Bulgaria Bulgarian Academy of Science Associate professor
Meda Gedara Peiris Sri Lanka Open University of Sri Lanka Academic Co-ordinator/PGDE/ Visiting Academic
Michael Doyle (Michael O Duill)      
Miroslava Cernochova Czech Republic Charles University, Faculty of Education ICT teacher educator
Oleg Konstantinov Bulgaria ULSIT Assistant professor
Paolo Tosato Italy Ca' Foscari University of Venice Researcher
Raymond Trippe Netherlands Lucas Onderwijs Educational consultant
Sona Ceretkova Slovakia Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra Associate Professor