Joanna Papadopoulos
Dr. Joanna Papadopoulos
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Dr. Joanna Papadopoulos earned her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction in Integrative STEM Education from Virginia Tech and is a full time I-STEM Teacher. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Integrative STEM Education as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching from The College of New Jersey. She has taught for eight years in New Jersey and holds multiple endorsements in the STEM disciplines and a Supervisor Certificate. Currently, Joanna is also a Special Project Associate and Engineering byDesign National Teacher Effectiveness Coach for ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning. She was recently honored at the 2021 International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) Conference with the Burke Supervision and Shared Leadership Scholarship and Epsilon Pi Tau (EPT) International Honor Society for Technology - 2021 Warner Graduate Student Research Award. She was also selected to participate in the Council on Technology & Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE) 21st Century Leadership Academy Cohort for 2020. Earlier in 2018, she was honored with the Foundation for Technology and Engineering Educators Maley Spirit of Excellence Outstanding Graduate Student Citation. Joanna was recognized as a Virginia Tech Graduate School Citizen Scholar for creating STEM opportunities for her community. Her research interests focus on Integrative STEM Education through technological / engineering design based learning approaches.