About Dr. Nicole M. Martin
Dr. Nicole M. Martin works with pre- and in-service preschool through eighth-grade teachers. Her research focuses on reading and writing informational text and building the foundation for disciplinary literacy in today’s schools. Dr. Martin teaches courses, conducts research, presents and publishes research, and serves as a consultant to schools across the country. For her teaching and scholarship, she has earned recognitions such as “Teacher of the Year” and “International Literacy Association’s Outstanding Dissertation Award Finalist.”
Assistant Professor, Department of Elementary Education
Teaches undergraduate, masters, and doctoral courses in literacy education; conducts research; publishes and presents scholarship; facilitates professional development; and serves on doctoral committees.
Ph.D., Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education, with a Specialization in Language and Literacy Education
Michigan State University
B.S., Science in Elementary Education, K-8 (Notation K-4) and Cognitive Studies
Research and Publications
- Martin, N. M. (2017). Writing on their own: Supporting kindergartners’ success during independent writing. Illinois Reading Council Journal, 45(3), 9-18.
- Martin, N. M., & Lambert, C. (2015). Differentiating digital writing instruction: The intersection of technology, writing instruction, and digital genre knowledge. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 59, 217-227.
- Duke, N. K., Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M. M., & Martin, N. M. (2011). Reading and writing genre with purpose in K-8 classrooms. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Areas of Expertise
Other Professional Activities
For more information about Dr. Martin’s activities and accomplishments, please visit https://sites.google.com/site/drnicolemmartin/