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Teacher education policy and practice and the education doctorate or professional practice degree.
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.
Teacher preparation for working with multilingual learners across contexts
Literacy instruction for multilingual learners
Technology in education
Influence of how identity and personal experiences shape the literacy practices and learning in the classroom for both teachers and students; K-12 literacy instruction, including critical literacy; teacher preparation with a focus on the intersection of theory & practice.
Autism; Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education; Language, Literacy, and Social Communication; Families' Experiences, Beliefs, and Practices; Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners; Positive and Naturalistic Behavioral Support Strategies
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 broadening participation in STEM by promoting inclusive classroom contexts"
Dr. Jeongeun Kim’s scholarship focuses on how institutions of higher education use their autonomy to organize strategies for revenue generation and resource allocation to remain competitive. Her research examines how policies related to the financing of postsecondary education affect access, affordability, and quality. Her work also addresses how changes in the organizational policies and practices of colleges and universities would impact stakeholders, including the students and faculty at those institutions.