is a Senior Instructor for the U.S. Satellite Endeavor STEM Teaching Certificate Project a NASA Education Partner with a concentration in Coding, Robotics, and 1:1 Devices (CRD) and Advanced CRD. Dr. Mistretta holds a Doctor of Education degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Education with a concentration in Technology Integration in K - 16 Education. Her dissertation centers on Understanding Gender-Based Attitudes in STEM Environments.
Dr. Sharon Mistretta
She teaches Technologies and Creative Learning as an Adjunct Faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Education. She received her M.A. in Computing in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and has over forty-five years of experience in Information Technology. With extensive programming and systems analysis experience, Dr. Mistretta brings an in-depth knowledge of coding techniques, programming artificial intelligence, and the integration of technology into her teaching practices in Pre-K through graduate curricula.
She serves as academic editor for the IntechOpen book Reimagining Education – The Role of E-learning, Creativity, and Technology in the Post-Pandemic Era and as guest editor of the AI, Computer Science, and Robotics Technology journal regarding technologies and creative learning.