Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Curriculum and Instruction
Room 350A PeikH
159 Pillsbury Dr SE
Areas of Interest
literacy development in elementary grades, literacy coaching, mentoring for equity, feminist methodology, phenomenology
Courses taught include:
- CI 5425: Reading in the Elementary Grades
- CI 5426: Language Arts in the Elementary Grades
- CI 5211- 5215: Elementary Content and Pedagogy
- CI 8193: Interpretive Research (instructional team)
- EDHD 3100/5100: History and Culture of Education in Cuba
- Martin-Kerr, K, & Mentan, C. F. T. (2018). Black body being-in-weirdness in the academy. In S. Travis, A. M. Kraehe, E. J. Hood, & T. E. Lewis (Eds.), Pedagogies in the flesh: Case studies on the embodiment of sociocultural differences in education (pp. 195-198). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Martin-Kerr, K. G. (2017). Mobilizing Critical Pedagogy to Teach Queerly. In Blackman, S & Conrad, D. (Eds.), Caribbean Discourses in Inclusive Education. (pp. 261-276). Charlotte, NC: IAP.
Bauer, R. & Martin-Kerr, K.G. (2016). Elementary pre-service teachers’ representation of emerging bilinguals through written reflections. MinneTESOL Journal. Spring 2016.
Winkelaar, J. & Martin-Kerr, K. G. (2015). Bridging economic concepts and literacy skills: Engaging students through integrated read alouds. Oregon Journal of the Social Studies. 3(2), 78-82.
Helman, L. & Martin-Kerr, K. G. (2015). Elementary education and classroom management. In G. Scarlett (Ed.) The Sage Encyclopedia of Classroom management: An A-Z guide. (p. 287-329).Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.