Author Biographies

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Arlene Borthwick, co-editor of Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators (ISTE, 2020), is Professor Emerita and former Associate Dean and Professor at the National College of Education, National Louis University in Chicago. She has served as chair of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education’s Committee on Innovation and Technology and member of the ISTE Board of Directors. She received the ISTE “Making IT Happen” award in 2008.

 
 

Teresa Foulger is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. With colleagues, she has led the adoption of a technology infusion approach in her college. She is a contributor and co-editor of Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators (ISTE, 2020).

 

Kevin Graziano is a Professor of Teacher Education in the School of Education at Nevada State College. He has co-authored international research that led to the development of the Teacher Educator Technology Competencies (TETCs), and is a contributor and co-editor of Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators.

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Rob Muller is an education leader, strategist and manager with extensive public, private and non-profit sector experience. He is currently Dean, National Louis University’s National College of Education, where he leads graduate programs for over 3,000 educators annually in teacher preparation, educational leadership, and advanced studies.

 
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Punya Mishra is associate dean of scholarship and innovation and professor in the division of educational leadership and innovation in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Well known for his foundational efforts to advance the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework, Punya is one of the primary organizers of a webinar series, #silverliningforlearning, conversations examining opportunities for transformative improvements in education.

 
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Melissa Warr is a doctoral candidate in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Her research blends teacher education, design, creativity, and technology. Her scholarship is available on her website at http://melissa-warr.com

 
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David Slykhuis is the Assistant Dean of College of Natural and Health Sciences, Director of the Math and Science Teacher Institute, and Professor of Science Education at the University of Northern Colorado. He is a past-President of SITE, the Chair of the National Technology Leadership Summit, and co-Chair of the Innovation and Technology Committee at AACTE.

 

Denise Schmidt-Crawford is a Professor of Educational Technology in the School of Education at Iowa State University. She directs the Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching in the School and was a co-author of the international research that led to the development of the Teacher Educator Technology Competencies (TETCs)

 
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Liz Kolb teaches courses in education technology for the undergraduate elementary, undergraduate secondary, and Masters and Certification programs.  She has authored five books for ISTE; her latest book, Learning First, Technology Second in Practicewas published in 2020.

 

Michael McVey is a Professor of Teacher Education at Eastern Michigan University, a director of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and actively engaged in research on emerging technologies in education. 

 

Debra Sprague is an Associate Professor in Elementary Education in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University.  Her research interests focus on the use of technology in teaching and learning and she is responsible for infusing technology into the teacher preparation program.

 
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Audra Parker is a Professor in Elementary Education in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University.  In addition to teaching courses in elementary methods and supervising teacher candidates in a PDS site, she engages in research related to school-university partnerships and elementary teacher preparation.

 

Seth Parsons is a professor in the School of Education and the Sturtevant Center for Literacy at George Mason University. He teaches in the Elementary Education, Literacy, and Research Methods program areas. 

 
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Jo Williamson is a Professor of Instructional Technology in the Bagwell College of Education at Kennesaw State University. She has authored two ISTE books on Technology Facilitation and Coaching and is a contributing author to Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators.

 
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Julie Moore is an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology at Kennesaw State University. She conducts research in teacher collaborative professional learning, technology supported teacher collaborative professional learning, and virtual coaching.  She is a contributor to Championing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation: A Framework for Supporting Future Educators.

 
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Jon Clausen is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology and Secondary Education at Ball State University Teachers College. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in educational technology and his research focuses on developing instructional contexts that support teacher and student learning with technology. ​

 
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Ray Buss is Professor of Educational Psychology and Educational Research in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. He conducts research related to the College's technology infusion efforts, teacher candidates' integration of technology into instruction, and doctoral students' development as leaders and as researching professionals in the College's highly recognized EdD program.  

 

Joseph South is the Chief Learning Officer at ISTE, the International Society for Technology in Education. He is a national educational technology leader focused on evidence-based learning transformation who previously directed the Office of Educational Technology at the US Department of Education.

 

Ji Soo Song is a senior policy advisor at ISTE. He leads research, analysis and communication of federal, state and local policy issues related to digital learning standards, educator credentialing systems and professional development funding streams.