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Ken E Martin

Title: Associate Professor
Office: 615H TEACHER-DYER
Tel: 513-831-0294
Email: kenneth.martin@uc.edu

National/international educator, scholar, professor, consultant, researcher in: Business Education, Higher Education, International Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Adult Education, Secondary Education, Business Administration/Economics, Gifted/talented Education.

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Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

  • Martin, K. (2008). Not Obiter Dicta: Being Up to Date in a Discipline. Not Obiter Dicta: Being Up to Date in A Discipline, LXVII, 67-83.
  • Martin, K. (2007). Lingering Concerns in Educational Technology. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LXVI, 64-80.
  • Martin, K. (2006). Educator and Researcher: Interactions. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LXV, 87-100.
  • Martin, K. (2005). Ed Tech in Educational Resources Websites—Online aids to Educators in K-Higher Education. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LXIV, 75-86.
  • Martin, K. (2004). “Getting to Know”—Inquiry Practices of Educators. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LXIII, 101-113.
  • Martin, K. (2003). Education Communications Challenges: Explosive Situations. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LXII, 81-94.
  • Martin, K. (2002). Perceptions of the Doctorate in Broad Education for Business. Insights to A Changing World Journal, X, 1-13, section 1.
  • Martin, K. (2002). Business Educator Mentoring: Administrative Dynamics. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LXI, 84-114.
  • Martin, K. (2001). Humorous Reflections for Business Educators. Delta Gram, Autumn, 2.
  • Martin, K. (2001). Have a Doctor's Degree?. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LX, 61-77.
  • Martin, K. (2000). Initial Graduate Study: Become a Master?. The Ohio Business Technology Educator, LIX, 51-80.
  • Martin, K. (1999). Encroaching Thought-Hardening Schemata in Higher Education Faculty Cessation (Politics and Thought-Hardened Schemata). Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal, Section 1.
  • Martin, K. (1999). Business Education and Educational Administration: Pervasive Relationships and Interpretations. The Ohio Business Teacher, LVIII, 41-53.
  • Martin, K. (1998). Business Teacher, Math Teacher, and Administrator: A Collegial Planning Strategy. The Ohio Business Teacher, LVII, 25-37.
  • Martin, K. (1997). You Can't Always Judge Trainers by Their Content. Stories Trainers Tell, The Presenter's Podium, Protrain.
  • Martin, K. (1997). Collaboration: Business Teacher and English Teacher. The Ohio Business Teacher, LVI, 37-43.
  • Martin, K. (1995). Estranged Learning. Lo Straniero, 19, Napoli, Italy.
  • Martin, K. (1995). Characteristics of attempts to handle indeterminant situations--answering questions: University students and university graduates with work experience. Resources in Education, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Washington, DC.
  • Martin, K. (1994). Students' views of their and others' thinking.. Resources in Education, ERIC Clearinghouse on Teacher Education, Washington, DC.
  • Martin, K. (1994). Further restructuring: An Oxymoron?. Delta Gram, Fall, 2.
  • Martin, K. (1991). (Review of What is Worth Teaching? Selecting, Organizing, and Integrating Knowledge). Educational Foundations, 21 (3), 298-301.
  • Martin, K. (1990). The Business Teacher and the Social Science Teacher: A Discussion. The Ohio Business Teacher, L, 61-71.

Published Abstracts

  • Martin, K. (1995). Characteristics of attempts to handle indeterminant situations--answering questions: University students and university graduates with work experience[Abstract]. American Educational Research Association SIG: Business Education and Information Systems Research Newsletter, 4.
  • Martin, K. (1994). Students' views of their and others' thinking[Abstract]. American Educational Research Association SIG: Business Education and Information Systems Research Newsletter, 4.

Published Books

  • Martin,K. (2006). The ohio business technology educator, lvx. Cincinnati, OH: OBTA.

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • Martin, K. (2007). Important influences in multiple intelligence American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2007). Trends and issues in business education and computer information systems research American Educational Research Association., Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2007). Manipulating a progressive and authentic multiple intelligence program in a test-crazed world American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2007). Arabic is a language that could be easily learned Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Kansas City, MO.
  • Martin, K. (2007). Multiple intelligences transition challenges American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2007). Development in multiple intelligences American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (04-2006). Important dimensions of multiple intelligences Session Chair at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Martin, K. (04-2006). Business meeting: Multiple intelligences and academic achievement - Setting a research agenda among researchers and practitioners Participant at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Martin, K. (04-2006). Cognition, psychosocial factors, and computers in the elderly Session Chair at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Martin, K. (04-2006). Professional practices in multiple intelligences Discussant at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Martin, K. (04-2006). Issues in business education and computer information systems research Session Chair at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Martin, K. (04-2006). Probes and reflections in multiple intelligences Session Chair at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
  • Martin, K. (03-2006). Setting the stage for success with total physical response storytelling Session Presider at the Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Chicago.
  • Martin, K. (2006). Get your research published - Important considerations Ohio Business Technology Educators Officers, OBTA Annual Convention, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (10-2005). Research and publications dimensions Presentation for The Ohio Business Technology Educators Officers at the OBTA Convention, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2005). The Interaction of Problem Solving, Cognition, Depression, and Thriving with the Aging Process, session chair American Educational Research, Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  • Martin, K. (04-2005). Selected Characteristics: Multiple Intelligences, session chair, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  • Martin, K. (04-2005). Probed Dimensions of Multiple Intelligences, session chair American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  • Martin, K (04-2005). Ideas from the Program Chair, Multiple Intelligences SIG MembersÆ Interaction American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  • Martin, K (04-2005). Business Education and Information Systems Research: Reports from the Field, session chair American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  • Martin, K (04-2005). A participant's ideas on organizational recruitment, SIG-Business Education and Information Systems Research American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  • Martin, K. (10-2004). Needed research and informal article publications Officers'/Executive Committees, 77th OBTA Professional Development Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2004). Changing thrusts and expressed needs for organizational growth MI SIG Business Meeting, American Educational Research Association Conference, San Diego.
  • Martin, K. (04-2004). Business Ed. and Information Systems research paper session. Session Chair Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2004). Improving relevant foreign language teaching with habits of highly successful foreign language learners Session Chair, Discussant. Paper presented at the Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Annual Meeting, Dearborn, MI.
  • Martin, K. (04-2004). Multiple intelligences: Selected dynamics. Session Chair Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (10-2003). Respected journal publications: Research needs Paper presented at the Officers Meeting/OTBA Business Educators Convention Annual Meeting, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (10-2003). Publishing your article - Call of worthy efforts Paper presented at the Members' Policies Session, Annual OTBA Convention, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2003). Applied organizational leadership theories, MI SIG Business Meeting American Educational Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K. (2003). From the Ivory Tower to the Dusty Classroom: 20 Years of Multiple Intelligences in Promoting Quality Education, Session Chair, Discussant American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2003). Investigations into the Efficacy of Multiple Intelligences Instruction and Teaching, Session Chair American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2003). Teaching, Learning and Practice, Session Chair American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (2003). Technology in world lanugage classes, Session Chair, Discussant Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Martin, K. (11-2002). Research reports on adult and workplace competencies. Session Chair, Discussant Delta Pi Epsilon National Research Conference, Cleveland, OH.
  • Martin, K. (10-2002). Regional critical higher education developments Delta Pi Epsilon Honorary Education Society Conference, Nashville, IN.
  • Martin, K. (10-2002). Challenges in journal publications Officers' Meeting/OBTAùBusiness Educators Convention, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2002). Satisfying officers' needs and desires through research MI-SIG Business Meeting, American Educational Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K (04-2002). Researching Business Education - An Examination of the Program. Session Chair American Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K (04-2002). Content in Business Education - What are we teaching and what should we be teaching? Session Chair and Discussant American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K (04-2002). Financing Higher Education, Div. J. Session Chair, Discussant American Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, Ken (04-2002). Teacher preparation and technology, Div. K., Session Chair, Discussant American Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K. (03-2002). Professional language educators' reflections of views of language competencies tied to major methodologies, session chair and moderator Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Kansas City, KS.
  • Martin, K. (10-2001). Probes for professional journal OBTA Association for Business Technology Educators Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Martin, K. (10-2001). Practice and reactions to voice recognition software. Moderator OBTA Association for Business Technology Educators Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2001). Reactions to teaching/assessing standards thrusts. Session Chair, Moderator Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Martin, K. (04-2001). Reporting and accounting for professionals MI-SIG Section. American Educational Research Association Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2001). Meeting today's business education needs Session Chair. American Educational Research Association Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2001). Development and self-concept of the gifted Moderator,Co-Chair. American Educational Research Association Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Martin, K. (11-2000). Informal multicultural educational challenges, EHS Representative Multicultural EESTI Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Martin, K. (10-2000). Reactions to the educational tour -observations and implications for teaching/learning Tri-State Professional Educators Conference, Nashville, IN.
  • Martin, K. (10-2000). Actions leading to national journal creation and management; Publishing trends in the academic and technological disciplines OBTA Association for Business Technology Educators Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2000). International perspectives on culture, learning, and education Discussant. American Educational Research Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2000). Meeting today's business education and information systems research needs. Discussant American Educational Research Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2000). Cognition and technology in instruction for adults. Discussant Teaching in the Community Colleges Online Conference.
  • Martin, K. (07-1995). Invited creative paper: An academic play about decisions in a modern university XVI International Movement for the Interdisciplinary Study of Estrangement (IMISE) Conference, Oxford, UK.
  • Martin, K., Truell, A.D., Whtesael, J., & Zhao, J.J. (04-2009). Reflections and Challenges of the Discipline American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2009). Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice SIG Business Meeting American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Paper Presentations

  • Martin, K. , Truell, A. D., Whitesel, J., & Zhao, J. J. (04-2009). Reflections and Challenges of the Discipline. American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA..
  • Martin, K. (04-2009). Important Theory and Practice in Education for Business and Computer Information Systems. American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2009). Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice . SIG Business Meeting, Invited Participant, American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2009). Important Theory and Practice in Multiple Intelligences. American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (10-2008). Dynamic Role of Teacher Publishing. OBTA--Association of Ohio Business Technology Educators Officers, Annual Convention, Columbus, OH.
  • Hall, B., & Martin, K. (2008). Relationships among computer self-efficacy, technology integration, professional development, and experience. Proceedings of the 29th Annual National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), International Society for Technology in Education, June 29-July 2, 2008, San Antonio, TX.
  • Martin K. (04-2009). Theory and Practice in Education for Business and Computer Information Systems. American Education Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (04-2009). Important Theory and Practice in Multiple Intelligences. American Educational Research Association Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Martin, K. (10-2008). Dynamic Role of Teaching Publishing. OBTA--Association of Ohio Business Technology Educators Officers, Annual Convention, Columbus, OH.
  • Martin, K. (03-2008). Adulthood and Aging. American Educational Research Association, New York.
  • Martin, K. (03-2008). Multiple Intelligences Research Practices, Tenets, and Emerging Thrusts. American Educational Research Association, New York.
  • Martin, K. (03-2008). Business Education & Computer Information Systems. American Educational Research Association, New York.
  • Martin, K. (10-2007). Reporting Business Educators' Publications' Needs. OBTA--Association of Ohio Business Technology Educators Officers, Annual Convention, Toledo, OH.
  • Martin, K. (04-2007). Multiple Intelligences Transition Challenges. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (04-2007). Developments in Multiple Intelligences. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (04-2007). Important Influences in Multiple Intelligences. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (04-2007). Trends and Issues in Business Education and Computer Information Systems Research. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (04-2007). Selected Dimensions in Multiple Intelligences. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (04-2007). Maintaining a Progressive and Authentic Multiple Intelligences Program in a Test-Crazed World. American Educational Research Association, MI SIG Business Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Martin, K. (03-2007). Arabic is a Language That Could Be Easily Learned. Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Kansas City, MO .

Poster Presentations

  • Martin, K. (04-2002). Multiple Intelligences SIG--poster values. Facilitator, Moderator MI-SIG Business Meeting, American Educational Research Association Conference, New Orleans.