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Keynote speaker Angela ...
www.gulfcoastgateway.com, 27 Feb 2007 [cached]
Keynote speaker Angela Martin, an education professor at the University of West Florida, said being involved doesn't require a wealth of time or money.
Welcome to The School District of Lee County
www.leeschools.net, 30 Jan 2006 [cached]
Dr. Angela Martin from University of West Florida is the author of Families Building Better Readers for elementary parents and Mysteries in the Middle, a program targeted for parents of middle school students.Rhonda Garcia works at Florida Gulf Coast University in the Interstate Migrant Program and collaborated with Dr. Angela Martin to totally rewrite Families Building Better Readers using culturally appropriate references for Hispanic parents.
...Dr. Angela Martin
conducts parent workshop, Families Building Better Readers for elementary parents
...Dr. Angela Martin
conducts parent workshop, Mysteries in the Middle, for middle school parents
www.weartv.com, 15 Jan 2006 [cached]
Dr. Angela Martin, a professor at UWF, heads the program."Mysteries in the Middle" is an expansion of a successful elementary school program that Martin created.
says parental involvement is the key to creating good readers. Look for the first mystery workshop somtime next month.
The Pitt News - U.S. electorate hotly divided by politics, culture, region
www.pittnews.com, 20 Sept 2004 [cached]
"We have a lot of rural areas, and a rural community tends to be more conservative," explained his mother, Angela Martin, 39, a professor of education at the University of West Florida, who waited in a long line to attend a boisterous rally for Bush last month.
Panhandle Area Educational Consortium - News
www.paec.org, 26 Oct 2005 [cached]
Dr. Angela Martin leads educators in a song, I'm Being Eaten by a Boa Constrictor, which she says is a good ice breaker for students and their families.
...Dr. Angela Martin, assistant professor at the University of West Florida, was in Washington County Oct. 20 to conduct three training sessions for DOE.
The first two were for school staff, in essence ‘train the trainer' sessions, to prepare reading coaches and teachers to conduct the Families Building Better Readers, and Mysteries in the Middle workshops at their own schools.Her
third presentation was at Kate M. Smith Elementary in Chipley, where she
conducted the Families Building Better Readers training for more than 60 students and family members.Dr. Angela Martin
performed as a movie director while training educators to conduct the Mysteries in the Middle workshop.
This is not to say Dr. Martin
endorsed television as a reading tool.
In fact, the acronym BUILD, around which she
built the workshop, stands for:B for Be positive.