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For Deep Dives offered on Thursday 3/29, please select 1 experience from the list of Deep Dives (red icon type) and add it to your schedule. This is an immersive and interactive experience that culminates in an exhibition.

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Katie Martin

AltSchool
Head of Partnerships
West Coast
Katie is the Director of District Leadership for the Buck Institute for Education (BIE). She works with district partners to support high-quality project-based learning to meet needs of learners in a changing world. Prior to joining BIE, Katie was the Director of Professional Learning at the University of San Diego’s Institute for Entrepreneurship in Education. She has also served as middle school English language, literacy coach, new teacher mentor and coordinator of district programs and enjoys being an adjunct professor in diverse teacher education programs. Katie has a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in middle school education and her Ph.D. specialized in new teacher induction and support. As a leader, teacher, and speaker, Katie’s experience in research and practice continue to guide her belief that if we want to change how students learn, we must change how teachers learn. She shares her insights and lessons learned regularly on her blog, katielmartin.com and has a book, Learner-Centered Innovation coming out in winter 2017. As a mom, she wants her kids to have learning experiences in school that build on their strengths and interests and is passionate about making sure we do the same for all of our kids.
Twitter @KatieMartinEdu