Samia Khan, PhD

Director, Master of Educational Technology

Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy

Faculty Associate Institute of Resources, Environment, and Sustainability

MET Faculty


MET Courses: ETEC 533, ETEC 530

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Samia Khan, Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts), teaches ETEC 533 (Technology in the Mathematics and Science Classroom) as well as ETEC 530 (Constructivist e-learning Strategies). She is the recipient of the New Scholar Award from the Canadian Society for Study in Education and the Prime Minister’s Award of Canada for Teaching Excellence in Science, Technology, and Mathematics. Her current research interests are on how people learn with digital technology, simulation technology and models of future states, who does and does not do science, and how we can teach science. Peer-reviewed journal articles appear in Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Journal of Science Education and Technology, Computers and Education, Educational Technology, Research, and Development, and Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning. Most recently, her research has been cited in Tech Trends as top research that has shaped the field of educational technology and teacher education (Bakir, 2016).