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Educational Leadership and Human Development

Lovinger Building, Room 4101
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660-543-4341
Office Manager: Barb Hicks





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Martin, Barbara Dr. Barbara Martin

Professor of Educational Leadership

Degrees

Ed.D. Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO., 1983
Ed.S. Educational Administration, University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO., 1979
M.S. Elementary Education, University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO., 1975
B.S. Special Education, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO., 1974

Classes Regularly Taught

EDAD 5770 Instructional Leadership and School Improvement
EDAD 6730 Administration of K-12 Curriculum
Cooperative Doctoral Classes
Dissertation Supervisor

Seminars/Conferences/Presentations

Cooper-Baker, G, & Martin, B. (2009) A generational case study of parental involvement of
parents from diverse backgrounds University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference, Anaheim, California

Holwell, V. & Martin, B. (2009) Factors that encourage or impede advancement or attainment of leadership positions by Muslin women wearing Hijab. University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference, Anaheim, California

Horton, J., Martin, B., & Thomas, D,(2009) What role does district administration play in the implementation of professional learning communities? University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference, Anaheim, California

Miguel A., Martin, B., & Bigby, L. (2009) How does the leadership behaviors of the school principal influence the participation of Latino immigrant parents? University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference, Anaheim, California

Burton, B.G., & Martin, B. N., Thomas, D. (2009) Collaboration and the use of three-dimensional interface within a virtual learning environment. American Education Research Association Annual Conference, San Diego.

Gettys, S., Martin, B., & Bigby, L. (2009) Does cross-gender pairing of mentees/mentors play a role in mentoring dialogue? American Education Research Association Annual Conference, San Diego

Hall, T., & Martin, B. N. & Bigby, L. (2009) Engagement of African American college students through the use of hip-hop pedagogy American Education Research Association Annual Conference, San Diego.

Hawk, N., Martin, B.N., & Thomas, D.(2009) Understanding and reducing stress in the superintendency: Whose responsibility is it? American Education Research Association Annual Conference, San Diego.

Maple, CJ, & Martin B.N. (2009) Does the use of interactive theater as professional development for faculty give “Voice” to marginalized students? American Education Research Association Annual Conference, San Diego.

McKinne, M. & Martin, B.N. (2009) Higher education faculty and undergraduate student perceptions of classroom incivility American Education Research Association Annual Conference, San Diego.

Hawk, N., Martin, B.N., & Thomas, D. (March 2009)  Leadership: How do leaders deal effectively with stress? 48th Annual Navy and Marine Corp Health Promotion Conference. Virginia

Burton, B.G., & Martin, B. M. (February 2009) Collaboration using mobile technology: A Case study. ACU ConnectED Summit, Abilene Christian University

Maple, CJ & Martin B.N. (January, 2009) Giving voice: The use of interactive theatre as professional development in higher education to reduce alienation of marginalized groups Hawaii International Conference on Education

Burton, B & Martin, B (2008) The Use of Three Dimensional Interface within a Virtual Learning Environment and the impact on Student Collaboration and Knowledge Creation ReLIVE08, Milton Keynes, UK

Combs, C., & Martin, B (2008) The Role of Leadership Capacity in Sustaining a School Improvement Initiative. University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference Orlando, Florida

Carter, O. & Martin, B. (2008) Leadership in career centers examined: A dissonance between preparation and the leadership needs of the directors University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference Orlando, Florida

Hawks, N., Martin, B. & Thomas, D. (2008) Implications of Stress and Coping Mechanisms in the Superintendency University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference Orlando, Florida

Gettys, S., Martin, B., & Bigby, L. (2008) Mentoring: Examining the Role Gender plays in the Mentee/Mentor Conversations University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference Orlando, Florida

Burns, G., Martin. B.N. (2008), Utilization of Invitational Leadership: Are There Gender Differences? American Education Research Association Annual Conference, New York.

Combs, C. & Martin, B.N. (2008) The Role of Leadership Capacity in Sustaining the School Improvement Initiative of School wide Positive Behavior Supports American Education Research Association Annual Conference, New York.

Gettys, S. & Martin, B.N. (2008) A Case Study: Does Mentoring Assist in Developing Beginning Principals Instructional Leadership Skills? American Education Research Association Annual Conference, New York.

Orchard, P., & Martin, B.N., Reculturing Schools: Re-Engaging Reluctant Teachers through Learner-Centered Professional Development  American Education Research Association Annual Conference, New York.

Gettys, S., Martin, B.N., & Jinks, M. (2007) The role of mentoring in developing beginning principals’ instructional leadership skills. University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Orchard, P., Martin, B.N., & Combs, C. (2007) Leadership for reluctant teachers through learner-centered professional development. University Council for Educational  Administration Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Burns, G., Martin.B.N., & Bigby, L., (2007) Invitational leadership: An emerging model fostering understanding. University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Christman, D., Martin, B.N., McClellan, R., & Wasonga, T., (2007) The mirror has many faces: The multiple lenses in research on women educational administrators. University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Pearce, M., Martin, B.N., Jinks, M.(2007) Examination of the secondary principal’s communication and knowledge creation skills. University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

DeVore, S., Martin, B.N., & Jinks, M.,& Hutchinson, S (2007) Ethical Decision making Practices of Female and Male Superintendents  AERA Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

DeVore, S., Martin, B.N., & Jinks, M., & Hutchinson, S (2007) A Multi Case Study Ethical Decision making of Superintendents AERA Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Anderson, J., Martin, B.N., & Jinks, M. (2007) Servant Leadership: A Case Study of the Phenomenon in a K-12 School Setting AERA Annual Conference,  Chicago, Illinois.

James, J. & Martin, B. (2007) A Comparison of the Parent-Child Interactions among Russian Immigrant and Non-immigrant Families and the impact on Developmental Level upon Kindergarten Entry AERA Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Baker, C. & Martin, B.N. (2007) An examination of stakeholder’s perceptions of the collaborative process utilized within a school-linked integrated partnership  AERA Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

DeVore, S., Martin, B., Hutchinson, S., & Jinks, M. (November, 2006) Amidst the storm of change: Is ethical decision making and moral leadership needed? University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX,

Anderson, J., Martin, B. Hutchinson, S. & Jinks, M. (November, 2006) Servant leadership: A case study of an emerging leadership theory that enhances the learning of all children leading to the removal of social injustice   University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX,

Spence, J., Martin, B.N., & Maples, C. (January, 2006). "Effective Leadership Practices Undergraduate Teaching Professors" Hawaii International Conference on Education

Recent Publications/Research

Burton, B. & Martin, B (2010) Learning in 3D virtual environments: Collaboration and knowledge spirals. Journal of Educational Computing Research 43(2)

McKinne, M., Martin, B. N. (2010). Higher Education Faculty and Student Perceptions of Classroom Incivility. Journal of College and Character, 1(1), Art. 1.Available at: http://journals.naspa.org/jcc/vol1/iss1/1

Anderson, J., & Martin, B.N., (2009) Servant leadership: A case study of the phenomenon in a K-12 school setting International Journal of Servant Leadership 5(1) P. 185-208.

James, J. & Martin, B.N., (2009 winter) A comparison of the parent-child interactions among  Russian immigrant/ non-immigrant families in a rural setting in Missouri The Rural Educator Journal 30(2) p.11-19.

DeVore, S., & Martin, B.N., (2008) Ethical decision making practices of female and male superintendents Advancing Women in Leadership 28(1) http://www.shsu.edu/~edu_elc/doctoralLeadership/journal.html

Baker, C. & Martin, B.N. (winter, 2008) An examination of stakeholder’s perceptions of the collaborative process utilized within a school-linked integrated partnership Journal of  Public Relations 29(2) p. 15-43.

Taylor, T. & Martin, B.N., Hutchinson, S., Jinks, M. (October-December, 2007) Examination of leadership practices of principals identified as servant leaders. International Journal of Leadership in Education. 10(4) 401-419.

Dishman-Horst, M., Martin, B.N. (2007) A case study: Leadership and its effect on achievement of children from poverty in a rural setting. The Rural Educator Journal. 28(3) 33-41.

Arnold, A., Martin, B. N., Jinks, M., & Bigby, L., (February, 2007) Is there a relationship between honor codes and academic dishonesty?  Journal of College & Character 8(2) 1-19.

Blackburn, H. C., Martin, B. N., & Hutchinson, S. (2006) The role of gender and how it relates to conflict management style and school culture, Journal of Women in Educational Leadership 4(4)43-53.

Condren, T. & Martin, B., Hutchinson, S.  (2006) What does emotional intelligence and gender have to do with leadership effectiveness…. Or does it? Advancing Women in Leadership On-line Journal.  Vol. 21. www.advancingwomen.com/awl/summer2006/Condren_Martin_Hutchinson

Garland, D. & Martin, B.  (2005) Do gender and learning style play a role in how courses should be designed? The Journal of Interractive Online Learning 4(2). www.ncolr.org/jiol

Larsen, C. & Martin, B., (2005) An examination of the effectiveness of a collegiate character education program. Journal of College and Character 2(1) On-Line Journal http://www.collegevalues.org/articles.cfm 

Short, C. & Martin, B.  (2005) A case study: Attitudes of rural high school  students and teachers regarding inclusion. The Rural Educator 27(1) 1-10.

Chapter in edited book

Burton, B. G., Martin, B. N., Thomas, D. (2010 in press) Collaboration and the use of three dimensional interface within a virtual learning environment, In D’Agustino. S. (Ed.), Adaptation, resistance and access to instructional technologies: Assessing future trends in education. Hersey, PA: IGI Global.


Contact Barbara Martin at bmartin@ucmo.edu