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School of Education, Health and Human Behavior
School of Education

Barbara Martin, Ed.d          

Assistant Professor                           Dr. Martin     
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Phone:
(618) 650-3436                                                                                         

Office:
FH 1130

About Dr. Barbara Martin

Dr. Barbara Martin is an Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning in the  School of Education, Health, and Human Behavior at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE). She began her professional career with a degree in Elementary Education from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her time at Mizzou sparked her interest in higher education so upon graduation she began her MS.ED degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Literacy Instruction.  She was an Elementary Education teacher for 7 years and then decided to complete her Ed.D at Illinois State University in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on technology integration. Dr. Martin has worked at SIUE since 2013 in the Elementary Education department.  

Research Profile

Dr.   Martin’s research has specialized in the area of technology integration, math instruction as well as STEM integration in the elementary setting. Dr. Martin has published and presented on the following topics: technology integration in classrooms, higher education and teacher preparation programs, virtual learning environments, mathematics instruction in teacher preparation and STEM in the elementary classroom.

Publications and Presentations:

Reinking, A. K.   & Martin, B. (Accepted). 5 Stem Integration Ideas. New TeacherAdvocate. (Accepted, waiting for publication)

Martin, B. &   Reinking, A. K. (Revisions Submitted). 20 STEM Integration Ideas. Illinois Math Teacher Journal. (Revisions Submitted, Waiting for Response)

Reinking, A.K.   & Martin, B.M. (Submitted for acceptance). Increasing Girls’Curiosity in STEM. Teaching and Teacher Education   Journal.

Martin, B. (2014)   TPACK in teacher preparation. International Journal on Integrating Technology in Education. 4(1), 1-10.

Marlette, S.,   Johnson, B. & Martin, B. Teacher   Candidate Self-perception Competence to Prepare for Licensure Examination.   Illinois Educational Research Conference, Poster presented at the Illinois   Educational Research Conference in Bloomington, IL (September, 2016).

Martin, B. Engaging   Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom. Presentation at Belleville Area Special Services Cooperative in   Belleville, IL (October, 2016).

James, S., Fuchs,   W. & Martin, B.  Using Virtual Experiences with Teacher Educators.  Presentation at the Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference at University of Missouri St.   Louis (November, 2016).

Marlette, S.,   Johnson, B. & Martin, B. Teacher Candidate Self-perception Competence to Prepare for Licensure Examination.   Poster presented at the Illinois Association of Teacher Educators Conference   in Bloomington, IL (November, 2016).

Martin, B. (In   review)  Faculty beliefs and practices in teacher preparation. Journal of   Research on Technology.

Martin, B. (In   review) Faculty attitudes about technology in teacher preparation. CITE Journal

Martin, B. (In   review) Faculty technology practices in teacher preparation. Technology, Pedagogy and Education Journal

Cummings, L. &   Martin, B.(In review) Do You Believe in Mathematics: A Study of Elementary Pre-service Teachers. Paper to be presented at   National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in SanAntonio, TX (March,   2017).

Martin, B. (In   review) Faculty Beliefs and Practices   in Teacher Preparation Through a TPaCK Lens. Paper to be presented at the  International Society of Technology in Education Conference (June, 2017).

Marlette, S.,   Johnson, B. & Martin, B. Teacher   Candidate Self-perception Competence to Prepare for Licensure Examination. Poster presented at the Association of Teacher Educators in Orlando, FL   (February, 2017).

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