A Learner Centered Innovation Model

Katie Martin on Episode 341 of the 10-Minute Teacher

Katie Martin, an ISTE 2018 keynote, talks about the importance of putting learners at the center of your innovation model. She starts with the questions we need to ask ourselves and our students and talks about what learner-center innovation looks like. Get inspired and motivated by listening to Katie.

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Listen to Katie Martin on episode 341

Katie Martin’s Bio as Submitted


Katie MartinDr. Katie Martin @KatieMartinEdu is the Head of Partnerships- West at AltSchool. Over the last 5 years she has worked in diverse contexts to learn, research, and support deeper learning for all students. She has also served as middle school English language arts teacher, instructional coach, and led the district new teacher mentoring program. Katie has a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in middle school education and her Ph.D and in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on the support that impacts teacher efficacy and retention.

Blog: katielmartin.com

Book: Learner-Centered Innovation: Spark Curiosity, Ignite Passion, and Unleash Genius

 

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