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Mamta Shah

Drexel University
Postdoctoral Scholar
Drexel University
Mamta Shah is a postdoctoral scholar of Learning Technologies in the School of Education at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. She teaches and conducts research on the theoretical and practical applications of teaching, learning, and assessing with digital environments such as games, in different settings including schools, workplaces, informal, and online environments. Ms. Shah’s professional work focuses on advancing our understanding of developing and assessing the knowledge of educators’ (pre-service and in-service teachers, adult educators, teacher educators) and professionals in varied learning contexts in adopting digital environments to augment their practice. Through model development and testing, analysis of the cognitive and pedagogic affordances of digital environments, teacher professional development in online and face-to-face settings, and a focus on integrating immersive and interdisciplinary digital environments using an ecological approach, Mamta concentrates on supporting teaching and learning with digital environments across the K-adult education spectrum for developing interdisciplinary knowledge and skills and motivation to learn. Dr. Shah’s background is in learning technologies, educational leadership, and human development. Her professional agenda has emerged from both her research and life experiences growing up in Mumbai (India), and studying and living in Philadelphia. She has published book chapters and journal articles about technology and learning. She participates in organizations and academic societies related to technology and learning in varied capacities. She participated in the AERA Division C (Learning and Instruction) New Faculty Mentoring Program at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Washington D.C. She serves as the co-chair for the TPACK SIG in SITE from 2016-2018.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, August 1


Thursday, August 2



Working Papers + Reception Media Lab - 6th Floor FoyerJodi Asbell-Clarke • Sarah Barksdale • Rudy Blanco • Alexa Busch • Kathleen Campana • Christina Cantrill • Yu-Hui Chang • Molly Collins • Angelina Constantine • Genisson Silva Coutinho • Giuliana Cucinelli • Vinicius Côrtes • Negin Dahya • Ethan Danahy • Vinicius Do Rego Dias • Amanda Dickes • David Dickinson • Yao Du • Jason Engerman • Jennifer Englund • Jeffrey Evancho • Jabari Miles Evans • John Fallon • Aroutis Foster • Joan Freese • Lily Gabaree • David Gagnon • Santiago Gasca • Roberta Golinkoff • Jason Evans Groth • Mary Haggerty • Leigh Hall • Ty Hollett • Emily Hopkins • Amy Kamarainen • Mx WE King • Eric Klopfer • Jessica Lawson • Kung Jin Lee • Jin Ha Lee • Mollie Levin • Rosalia Lugo • Marcos Sadao Maekawa • Alejandra Magana • Jenna McChesney • Alberto Da Silva Mello • Shari Metcalf • Kevin Miklasz • J. Elizabeth Mills • Yumiko Murai • Surbhi Nagpal • Daniel Noyes • Keiko Okawa • Richard Otto • Fay Cobb Payton • Mark Petrovich • A Nicole Pfannenstiel • Carmelo Presicce • Joseph Reilly • Patrícia Rodrigues • Kate Rosenbloom • Dan Roy • Cassie Scharber • Jacob Schatz • Molly Scott • Mamta Shah • Ramya Sivaraj • Devon Steven • Cathlyn Stylinski • Gabriella Taddeo • Philip Tan • Meredith Thompson • Tamara Spiewak Toub • Moran Tsur • Creative Computing Lab at Harvard University • SAHANA V.P • Annie Wang • Aparna Wilder • David Woodbury