Dr. Martin's scholarly interests include intensive literacy intervention for children with learning disabilities, social support, and parental involvement in relation to academic achievement.
Joint modeling of product data and process data for cognitive diagnosis, cheating detection, item response theory modeling, multilevel measurement models, computer-based testing, instrument development and validation, psychometric research and analysis for large-scale high-stakes tests.
Though I have various research interests, I tend to focus on best practices for literacy and language instruction to support culturally and linguistically diverse students, writing development of English learners (ELs), and teacher preparation for working with ELs across content areas.
women faculty; socially just educators; visual research methods
scientific inquiry;, science learning and assessment;, computational thinking;, equity;, virtual environments;, professional development
"Social cognitive development, morality, intergroup relationships, origins of prejudice, social exclusion, morality and theory of mind, implicit and explicit biases, and inclusive school environments"
Process and outcome in counseling and psychotherapy groups; The therapy relationship: Working alliance, Real Relationship and Transference-Countertransference; Actor-Partner Interdependence Model applied to groups; Dyadic methods for analyzing the therapeutic relationship; Longitudinal analyses.
The political economy of educational policy and social change, how gender, race, and class intersect with educational and social inequalities.
child care and early education policy, early childhood education, young children's understanding of their early school experiences, teacher beliefs about development, Teacher Education
Severe and multiple disabilities, inclusion of children with severe disabilities into school/community settings, instructional methods, single subject design research.