Mitch Pratt

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Instructional Design & Technology

Dr. Pratt embarked on his teaching career in 1975 by teaching elementary school in California for five years. Subsequently, he moved to Utah after obtaining his Master's Degree to continue his career in education. Throughout his extensive teaching experience, Dr. Pratt has taught students from Kindergarten to sixth grade at various levels of elementary education. He has also held multiple roles, such as science specialist, computer specialist, and district technology trainer. Dr. Pratt's expertise extends beyond the classroom; he has taught multimedia classes at Utah Valley University and technology integration courses for education majors at Brigham Young University. Dr. Pratt is a respected member of the Walden community, where he has taught at the Riley School of Education and Human Services for over ten years, as Contributing Faculty in the Instructional Design and Technology Department. Dr. Pratt has also served, since 2021, as a committee member for the School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy Ed.D. students.


AA, Butte College

BS, Brigham Young University

MA, California State University, Chico

PhD, Nova Southeastern University

Awards / Honors

Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and, NSF, 1991

Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who, 1990