Caitlin K. Martin
Caitlin K. Martin
Researcher, YouthLAB, Stanford University
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Parents as learning partners in the development of technological fluency
B Barron, CK Martin, L Takeuchi, R Fithian
MIT Press 1 (2), 55-77, 2009
The digital youth network: Cultivating digital media citizenship in urban communities
B Barron, K Gomez, N Pinkard, CK Martin
MIT Press, 2014
Digital youth divas: Exploring narrative-driven curriculum to spark middle school girls’ interest in computational activities
N Pinkard, S Erete, CK Martin, M McKinney de Royston
Journal of the Learning Sciences 26 (3), 477-516, 2017
Predictors of creative computing participation and profiles of experience in two Silicon Valley middle schools
B Barron, SE Walter, CK Martin, C Schatz
Computers & Education 54 (1), 178-189, 2010
Interest and the development of pathways to science
K Crowley, BJ Barron, K Knutson, CK Martin
Interest in mathematics and science learning, 297-313, 2015
Sparking self-sustained learning: Report on a design experiment to build technological fluency and bridge divides
B Barron, CK Martin, E Roberts
International Journal of Technology and Design Education 17 (1), 75-105, 2007
Creating within and across life spaces: The role of a computer clubhouse in a child’s learning ecology
B Barron, S Wise, CK Martin
LOST opportunities, 99-118, 2013
Analyzing educators’ online interactions: a framework of online learning support roles
DC Nacu, CK Martin, N Pinkard, T Gray
Learning, Media and Technology 41 (2), 283-305, 2016
Assisting and assessing the development of technological fluencies: Insights from a project-based approach to teaching computer science
B Barron, C Martin, E Roberts, A Osipovich, M Ross
International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 2002
Designing for 21st century learning online: A heuristic method to enable educator learning support roles
D Nacu, CK Martin, N Pinkard
Educational Technology Research and Development 66 (4), 1029-1049, 2018
Supporting creativity within web-based self-services
EM Gerber, CK Martin
International Journal of Design 6 (1), 2012
Revealing opportunities for 21st century learning: An approach to interpreting user trace log data.
CK Martin, D Nacu, N Pinkard
Journal of Learning Analytics 3 (2), 37-87, 2016
Digital youth network: Fusing school and after-school contexts to develop youth’s new media literacies
N Pinkard, B Barron, CK Martin
International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc., 2008
Makeology: Makers as Learners (Volume 2) 2, 45, 2016
Repertoires of collaborative practice
B Barron, CK Martin, E Mercier, R Pea, D Steinbock, S Walter, ...
International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 2009
Appropriating the process: Creative production within informal interactions and across settings
B Barron, V Mertl, CK Martin
B. Barron, K. Gomez, N. Pinkard, & CK Martin, The Digital Youth Network …, 2014
Personas as a powerful methodology to design targeted professional development resources
A Madsen, SB McKagan, EC Sayre, M Martinuk, A Bell
arXiv preprint arXiv:1408.1125, 2014
Developing an innovation self-efficacy survey
E Gerber, CK Martin, E Kramer, J Braunstein, AR Carberry
Frontiers in Education Conference, 2012
Continuing motivation for game design
SE Walter, K Forssell, B Barron, C Martin
CHI'07 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2735-2740, 2007
Supporting young new media producers across learning spaces: A longitudinal study of the Digital Youth Network
B Barron, A Levinson, C Martin, V Mertl, D Stringer, M Rogers, K Austin, ...
International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 2010
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