Florence Martin Joins the College of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences as Professor of Learning, Design and Technology
Florence Martin will join the North Carolina State School of Education in the 2022-23 academic year as a professor of learning, design and technology in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences.
Martin previously directed and taught in graduate programs at the University of North Carolina at Cato College of Education in Charlotte and at the University of North Carolina at Watson College of Education in Wilmington. He earned his doctorate and master’s degree in educational technology from Arizona State University,
“I am excited to join NC State School of Education in preparing students for life in this global digital world and creating transformative and accessible digital learning solutions through my teaching, research and service,” he said. said Martin.
Martin’s research focuses on creating transformative learning experiences through the effective design and integration of digital learning solutions in both higher education and K-12. She is the author of more than 100 published articles and book chapters and has received awards for her research and practice of online teaching and learning.
His most recent projects, funded by the National Science Foundation, have researched and supported K-12 students in computer education and cybersecurity. His current projects include “Digital Security Immersion for Elementary Students” and “Advancing Cybersecurity and Privacy of Educational Technologies Used in K-12 Schools.”
Martin is currently on the advisory board of the North Carolina Virtual Public Schools and as an associate editor of the Online learning journal i Review of educational research. She has previously been President of the Multimedia Production Division and President of the Distance Education Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
“We are delighted to welcome Dr. Martin in our Faculty of Education. His years of research related to digital learning will help prepare our students for the demands of a modern classroom and with the ability to use technology to promote the educational success of all students, ”he said. the dean of the Faculty of Education, Paola Sztajn.