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Matthew J Koehler

  • Ph.D.
  • Professor
  • Michigan State University College of Education
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Research interests

and in the design of technology-rich and innovated learning envspecifically in the context of the professional development of teachersI seek to understand the pedagogical affordances (and constraints) of newer technologies for learningIn my research

About

I graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1999, with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, with an emphasis in Cognitive Psychology applied to Education. I have prior degrees in Computer Science (M.S. and B.S.) and Mathematics (B.S.). This combined background has led me to the study of educational technology.

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Publications (52)

The habits of mind necessary to generate new ways of teaching in a career of constant change

  • DeSchryver M
  • Leahy S
  • Koehler M
TechTrends (2013)
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The Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Framework for Teachers and Teacher Educators

  • Koehler M
  • Mishra P
  • Akcaoglu M
ICT integrated teacher mducation Models (2013)
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How do we measure TPACK? Let me count the ways

  • Koehler M
  • Shin T
  • Mishra P
Educational technology, teacher knowledge, and classroom impact: A research handbook on frameworks and approaches (2012)
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Thematic considerations in integrating tpack in a graduate program

  • Mishra P
  • Koehler M
  • Zellner A
Creating technology-rich teacher education programs: Key issues (2012)
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Digital game analysis: Using the technological pedagogical and content knowledge framework to determine the affordances of a game for learning

  • Foster A
  • Mishra P
  • Koehler M
Learning to play: exploring the future of education with video games (2011)
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Professional experience

Professor

College of Education, Michigan State University

January 2000 - Present

Education history

Ph.D.

College of Education, University of Wisconsin - Madison

December 1999 - Present