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Creativity, Self-Directed Learning and the Architecture of Technology Rich Environments

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* The Deep-Play Research group at the college of education at Michigan State University includes: Punya Mishra, Danah Henriksen, Kristen Kereluik, Laura Terry, Chris Fahnoe and Colin Terry.

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Mishra, P., Fahnoe, C., Henriksen, D. et al. Creativity, Self-Directed Learning and the Architecture of Technology Rich Environments. TECHTRENDS TECH TRENDS 57, 10–13 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-012-0623-z

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Keywords

  • Pedagogical Content Knowledge
  • Creative Thinking
  • 21st Century Skill
  • Technology Pedagogical Content Knowledge
  • 21st Century Learning