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Deanna C. Martin, Ph.D.Deanna Martin

Founder of SI/VSI

President of Worldwide Education, Inc.

Email: dmartin761@gmail.com

Address:

573 SE 1291Road

Clinton, MO 64735

Dr. Deanna Martin is the originator of Supplemental Instruction (SI) and co-developer of Video-based Supplemental Instruction (VSI). In 1974, she founded the Student Learning Center at the University of Missouri-Kansas City that evolved under her leadership into the Academic Support and Mentoring.  Since 1979, the Academic Support and Mentoring, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, has disseminated SI throughout the higher education system within the United States and worldwide.  Because of the international demand for SI, Dr. Martin established certified training programs in Sweden, the United Kingdom, Grenada West Indies, South Africa, and Australia that competently train SI facilitators in distant regions of the world. In 2006, she and three colleagues developed a certified training program for VSI in the area of health.  Following her retirement from the University, Dr. Martin founded Worldwide Education, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation that delivers educational programs to diverse populations including hospital personnel in Lima, Peru, Tibetan refugees in India, secondary school students in the eastern Caribbean, and the Ojibwe tribe in northern Wisconsin.

Selected Alumni of the Year at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2001, Dr. Martin welcomes inquiries about her past and present educational activities at dmartin761@gmail.com.

 

Bibliography

 

Martin, D. C. (1977). The Learning Center:  A Comprehensive Model for Colleges and Universities. Grand Rapids MI: Acquinas College, ERIC ED 162 294.

Martin, D. C. (1980). Learning Centers in Professional Schools. Examining the Scope of Learning Centers (pp. 69-79). San Francisco CA: Jossey-Bass.

Martin, D. C., & Blanc, R. (1981). The Learning Center’s Role in Retention: Integrating Student Support Services with Departmental Instruction. Journal of Developmental and Remedial Education, 4(3), 2-4, 21-23.

Martin, D. C., & Blanc, R. (1981). The Learning Center’s Role in Retention: Integrating Student Support Services with Departmental Instruction. The Journal of Developmental and Remedial Education, 4(3), 2-4, 21-23.

Martin, D. C., Blanc, R., & DeBuhr, L. (1982). Supplemental Instruction:  A Model for Increasing Student Performance and Persistence. How to Succeed with Academically Underprepared Students: A Catalog of Successful Practices (pp. 75-79). Iowa City IA: ACT National Center for the Advancement of Educational Practices.

Blanc, R., DeBuhr, L., & Martin, D. C. (1983). Breaking the Attrition Cycle: the Effects of Supplemental Instruction on Undergraduate Performance and Attrition. Journal of Higher Education, 54(1), 80-89.

Blanc, R., & Martin, D. C. (1984). An Evaluation of a Preparation Program for Medical Students Who Previously Failed Part 1 of the NBME Examinations. Journal of Medical Education , 59, 667-669.

Lubin, B., Martin, D. C., Blanc, R., & Bootzin, R. R. (1984). Study Guide and Readings for Abnormal Psychology, Current Perspectives, 3rd Edition. New York: Random House.

Martin, D. C., & Arendale, D. (1984). Editors’ Note. New Directions in Teaching and Learning, 60, 1-2

Martin, D. C., & Blanc, R. (1984). Improving Reading Comprehension through Reciprocal Questioning Techniques. Lifelong Learning, 7(4), 29-31.

Martin, D. C. (1985). Multiple Services on Request: Kansas City’s Metropolitan Area Schools Project. New Directions in Teaching and Learning, 24, 101-109.

Martin, D. C., Mocker, D. W., & Brown, N. C. (1986). Joining Forces for Urban Youth: The NASULGC Urban University/Urban School Collaborative Program, a Final Report. ERIC ED 296043: National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges.

Martin, D. C., & Gravina, M. (1990). Serving Students Where They Fail:  In Class. Threshholds in Education, 16(3), 26, 28-30.

Martin, D. C., Hall, P., & Arendale, D. (1991). Academic Success for Inner City Youth:  The Positive Effects of Supplemental Instruction with an Urban High School. Proceedings of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges Conference (p. ??). Washington DC: National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges.

ERIC ED 396611

Martin, D. C., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Supplemental Instruction and Video-based Supplemental Instruction. Powerful Partnerships: A Shared Responsibility for Learning (pp. 6-7). Washington DC: American Association for Higher Education.

Martin, D. C., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Supplemental Instruction in the First College Year. Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-Year Student Success in High Risk Courses (2 ed., pp. 11-18). Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Understanding the Supplemental Instruction Model. Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-Year Student Success in High Risk Courses (pp. 3-10). Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Review of Research on Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-Year Student Success in High Risk Courses (pp. 19-26). Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-Year Student Success in High Risk Courses. Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Foundation and Theoretical Framework for Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-Year Student Success in High Risk Courses (pp. 41-50). Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., Hall, P., &  Arendale, D. (1993). Use of Supplemental Instruction at an Urban High School. Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-Year Student Success in High Risk Courses (2nd ed., pp. 31-33). Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

ERIC ED 396611

Martin, D. C., &   Arendale, D. (1993). Supplemental Instruction: Improving First-year Student Success in High Risk Courses. Columbia SC: National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

ERIC ED 396611

Martin, D. C., Blanc, R., &  Arendale, D. (1994). Mentorship in the Classroom. Teaching Excellence, 6(1), 1-2.

Martin, D. C., & Blanc, R. (1994). Video-based Supplemental Instruction: A Pathway to Mastery and Persistence. Supplemental Instruction: Increasing Achievement and Retention (pp. 83-92). San Francisco CA: Jossey-Bass.

Blanc, R., & Martin, D. C. (1994). Supplemental Instruction: Increasing Student Performance and Persistence in Difficult Academic Courses. academic medicine, 69(6), 452-454.

Mocker, D. W., Martin, D. C., & Brown, N. C. (1988). Lessons Learned from Collaboration. Urban Education, 23, 42-50.

Martin, D. C., & Blanc, R. (1994). Supplemental Instruction: An Organic Model in Transition. Helping Students Learn from Each Other: Supplemental Education (pp. 91–94). Birmingham, UK: Staff and Educational Development Association.

Martin, D. C., & Arendale, D. (1994). Review of Research Concerning the Effectiveness of Supplemental Instruction from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Other Institutions from Across the United States. Kansas City MO: Center for Supplemental Instruction.

Martin, D. C. (1994). Video-based Supplemental Instruction:  An Alternative to Remedial Courses. The National Forum on New Student Athletes (pp. 33-34). Columbia SC: The National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., Blanc, R., & Arendale, D. (1994). Mentorship in the Classroom: Making the Implicit Explicit. Teaching Excellence, 6(1), 1-2.

Blair, K. (Director). (1994). Video-based Supplemental Instruction Panel Discussion [Motion picture]. USA: Center for Supplemental Instruction, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

Martin, D. C., Blanc, R., & Arendale, D. (1996). Supplemental Instruction: Supporting the Classroom Experience. The Community College: Opportunity and Access for America’s First Year Students (pp. 123-133). Columbia SC: The National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Martin, D. C., Lorton, M., Blanc, R., & Evans, C. (1996). Supplemental Instruction: Helping Students Help Each Other. Enabling Student Learning: Systems and Strategies (pp. 97-101). Birmingham UK: Kogan Page Publishers.

Martin, D. C., Arendale, D., & Widmar, G. (1998). Creating Communities for Learning. Bridges to Student Success: Exemplary Programs (pp. 27-33). Washington DC: National Association for Student Personnel Administrators.

Martin, D. C., & Blanc, R. (2001). Video-based Supplemental Instruction. Journal of Developmental Education, 24(3), 12-19.

Martin, D. C. (2005). SI: Past, Present and Future.  SI-VBET National Newsletter (pp. 8-12).  Port Elizabeth, South Africa: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

Martin, D. C. (2008). Forward.  The Australasian Journal of Peer Learning,1(1) (pp. 3-5).