Dr. Dragana Martinovic
Faculty of Education

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    Dr. Dragana Martinovic
    401 Sunset Avenue
    Windsor, ON Canada N9B 3P4
    (519) 253-3000 ext. 3962


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    University of Windsor




    RECENT PUBLICATIONS/SCHOLARLY WORK

    Books/Book Chapter

    1. Martinovic, D. (2018-to appear). Calculating Aids in Mathematics Education before the Advent of Electronic Calculators: Technological and Didactic Prospects. In Alex Volkov and Viktor Freiman (Eds.), Computations and Computing Devices in Mathematics Education before the Advent of Electronic Calculators. Mathematics Education in the Digital Era Series. Springer.
    2. Freiman, V., Martinovic, D., & Robichaud, X. (2018). New Faces of Digital Divide and How to Bridge It. In the Fourth Edition of Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Vol. IX (pp. 7248-7258). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
    3. Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., Lekule, C., & Yang, Y. (2018). The Roles of Digital Literacy in Social Life of Youth. The Fourth Edition of Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Vol. III (pp. 2314-2325). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
    4. Manizade, A. G., & Martinovic, D. (2017, to appear). Creating profiles of geometry teachers’ PCK. In Ui Hock Cheah, Keith Jones, Matthias Ludwig, Philippe Richard, and Patricio Herbst (eds.). ICME 13 monograph.
    5. Martinovic, D. (2017). Using a Multi- and Mixed-Methods Research Design in a Multidisciplinary Study on Gaming. In Siniša Opiæ, Branko Bognar, and Snežana Ratkoviæ (eds.), New Approaches to Research Methodology in Education (pp. 297-311). University of Zagreb, Republic of Croatia.
    6. Ratkovic, S., Martinovic. D., & Norris, T. (2017, to appear). The role of curriculum documents in youth's ideological upbringing: Consuming or loving the world? In G. Reis, M. Mueller, R. Luther, L. Siveres and R. Brito (Eds), Sociocultural Perspectives on Youth Ethical Consumerism. New York: Springer.
    7. Martinovic, D. (2016). Educators as Researchers: Connecting Educational Research and Practice within a Teacher Education Program. In J. Cynthia McDermott and Anna Kožuh (Eds.), Theoretical Framework of Education (pp. 7-20). Antioch University, Los Angeles, USA.
    8. Manizade A. G., & Martinovic D. (2016). Developing Interactive Instrument for Measuring Teachers’ Professionally Situated Knowledge in Geometry and Measurement. In Patricia Moyer-Packenham (Ed.), International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning Mathematics with Virtual Manipulatives, Mathematics Education in the Digital Era Series (pp. 323-342). Springer.
    9. Martinovic, D. (2015). Computer-supported Mathematics learning: Technology as a partner in learning Mathematics. In Lidia Aurora Hernández Rebollar, José Antonio, Juárez López, and Josip Slisko Ignjatov (eds.), Tendencias en la educación matemática basada en la investigación Volumen 1 (Trends in Research-Based Mathematics Education), Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico, 1, 53-66.
    10. Martinovic, D. (2015). Digital technologies and mathematical minds. In Mariana Bockarova, Marcel Danesi, Dragana Martinovic, and Rafael Núnez (Eds.). Mind in Mathematics: Essays on Mathematical Cognition and Mathematical Method. München, Germany: Lincom Europa.
    11. Bockarova, M., Danesi, M., Martinovic, D., & Núnez, R. (2015, Eds.). Mind in Mathematics: Essays on Mathematical Cognition and Mathematical Method. München, Germany: Lincom Europa.
    12. Martinovic, D., Karadag, Z., & McDougall, D. (2014, Eds.). Proceedings of the Fifth North American GeoGebra conference (GeoGebra-NA 2014): Explorative Learning with Technology. November 21-22, 2014, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, Canada. See below.
    13. Carruthers, C., Martinovic, D., & Pearce, K. (2014). Teaching mathematics with tablets: Integrated experiences from high school and beyond. In Heejung An, Sandra Alon, and David Fuentes (eds.), Tablets in K-12 Education: Integrated Experiences and Implications (pp. 2158-2166). Advances in Educational Technologies and Instructional Design (AETID) Book Series, IGI Global. To be featured at the AERA 2015 Conference in Chicago, Illinois from April 16-20, 2015.
    14. Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., Lekule, C., & Yang, Y. (2014). Social Aspects of Digital Literacy. In Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), The Third Edition of Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (3rd Ed.), pp. 579-587. IGI Global.
    15. Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., & Karadag, Z. (Eds., 2013). Visual Mathematics and Cyberlearning. Mathematics Education in Digital Era (MEDEra), Vol. 1. Springer Netherlands.
    16. Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., & Karadag, Z. (2013). Visual Mathematics and Cyberlearning in View of Affordance and Activity Theories. In D. Martinovic, V. Freiman, and Z. Karadag (Eds.), Visual Mathematics and Cyberlearning. Mathematics Education in the Digital Era (MEDEra) Book Series, Vol. 1 (pp. 209-238). Springer Netherlands.
    17. Martinovic, D., McDougall, D., & Karadag, Z. (Eds., 2012). Technology in Mathematics Education: Contemporary Issues. California: Informing Science Press.
    18. Martinovic, D. (2012, invited chapter). Gesturing and “cursoring” in online multimedia calculus lectures. In M. Bockarova, M. Danesi, and R. Núñez (Eds.), Semiotic and Cognitive Science Essays on the Nature of Mathematics. Interdisciplinary Studies on the Nature of Mathematics Book Series. München, Germany: Lincom Europa.
    19. Martinovic, D., Karadag, Z., & McDougall, D. (2011, Eds.). Proceedings of the Second North American GeoGebra conference (GeoGebra-NA 2011): Where Mathematics, Education and Technology Meet. June 17-18, 2011, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, Canada. See below.
    20. Martinovic, D. (2011, invited chapter). Online video technology as enabler for teaching and learning multidisciplinary topics. In B. Sriraman & V. Freiman (Eds.), Interdisciplinarity for the 21st Century: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections to Arts and Sciences, Moncton 2009. Monograph 11 in The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast Monographs in Mathematics Education, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. 309-326.
    21. Novak, D., Martinovic, D., & Karadag, Z. (Eds., 2011). Proceedings of the First North American GeoGebra Conference. Ithaca, NY.
    22. Martinovic, D., Karadag, Z., & Freiman, V. (2010, invited chapter). First Decade of GeoGebra: Looking back through Socio-Cognitive Lenses. In Valerian Antohe (Ed.), GeoGebra: The New Language for the Third Millennium, May 2010, 1(1), (pp. 29-44). Braila: Romania.

    GeoGebra-NA 2011 Proceedings.pdf Proceedings GeoGebra-NA 2014.pdfProceedings GeoGebra-NA 2014.pdf

    Articles in Refereed Journals (since 2007)

    1. Martinovic, D. (2017). Internationally educated mathematics teacher candidates: Speaking about mathematics, language, and society. International Journal of Semiotics and Visual Rhetoric, 1(1), 36-46.
    2. Martinovic D., & Manizade A. G. (2017). Using grounded theory to extend existing PCK framework at the secondary level. In Patricia Moyer-Packenham (Ed.), Critical Issues in Mathematics Education, Special Issue of the Education Sciences, 7, 60, p. 1-17. doi:10.3390/educsci7020060.
    3. Martinovic, D., Burgess, G. H., Pomerleau, C. M., & Marin, C. (2016). Children’s Computer Games that Exercise Cognitive Skills: What Makes Them Engaging? Computers and Human Behaviour, 60, 451–462.
    4. Martinovic, D., Burgess, G. H., Pomerleau, C. M., & Marin, C. (2015). Comparison of children’s gaming scores to NEPSY-II scores: Validation of computer games as cognitive tools. Computers in Human Behavior, 49, 487-498. DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2015.03.039
    5. Martinovic, D., Ezeife, C.I., Whent, R., Reed, J., Burgess, G. H., Pomerleau, C. M., Yang, Y., & Chaturvedi, R. (2014). “Critic proofing” of the cognitive aspects of simple games. Computers & Education, 72 C, 132-144.
    6. Martinovic, D., & Manizade, A. G. (2014). Technology as a partner in the geometry classrooms. The Electronic Journal of Mathematics and Technology, 8(2), 69-87. Retrieved from https://php.radford.edu/~ejmt/deliverAbstract.php?paperID=eJMT_v8n2a1. Reprinted in The Research Journal of Mathematics and Technology, 3 (1), ISSN 2163-0380.
    7. Martinovic, D., Whent, R.., Adeyemi, A., Yang, Y., Ezeife, C.I., Lekule, C., Pomerleau, C.M., & Frost, R.A. (2013). Gamification of life: Playing computer games to learn, train, and improve cognitively. Journal of Educational and Social Research. Rome, Italy: Mediterranean Center of Social and Educational Research, 3(8), 83-89. Retrieved from http://www.mcser.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/1742
    8. Martinovic, D., Muller, E., & Buteau, C. (2013). Intelligent partnership with technology: Moving from a math school curriculum to an undergraduate program. In S. Abramovich (Ed.), Computers in K-20 Mathematics Education. Computers in the Schools, 30(1-2), 76-101.
    9. Martinovic D., Wiebe, N., Ratkovic, S., Willard-Holt, C., Spencer, T., Cantalini-Williams, M. (2012). ‘Doing research was inspiring’: Building a research community with teachers. Educational Action Research, 20(3), 385-406.
    10. Ralevich, V., & Martinovic, D. (2012). Organizing and implementing the internship component of undergraduate programs in IS Security. Education and Information Technologies, 17(1), 27-48.
    11. Martinovic, D., & Karadag, Z. (2012). Dynamic and Interactive Mathematics Learning Environments: The case of teaching the limit concept. Teaching Mathematics and Its Applications: International Journal of the IMA. 31(1), 41-48.
    12. Martinovic, D. & Zhang, Z. (2012). Situating ICT in the Teacher Education Program: Overcoming challenges, fulfilling expectations. Teachers and Teacher Education, 28(3), 461–469.
    13. Martinovic, D., Magliaro, J., & Pugh, T. (2011). Reaching across narrative space: Re-interpreting one teacher’s experience with technology. Journal of Teaching and Learning, 7(2), 67-81 .
    14. Martinovic, D., & Ralevich, V. (2010). Trans-Border E-Commerce: The Perspectives from Canada and the UK. Journal of Information Security Research (JISR), 1(1), 33-43.
    15. Ralevich, V., & Martinovic, D. (2010). Designing and implementing an undergraduate program in Information Systems Security. Education and Information Technologies, 15(4), 293-315.
    16. Martinovic, D., Pugh, T., & Magliaro, J. (2010). Pedagogy for Mobile Learning Using Videoconferencing Technology. Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management, 5, 375-393.
    17. Freiman, V., Martinovic, D., & Karadag, Z. (2009). Découvrir le potentiel éducatif du logiciel dynamique GeoGebra: communauté de collaboration et de partage.Bulletin de l'Association Mathématique du Québec (AMQ), 49(4), 34-49.
    18. Martinovic, D. (2009). Being an expert mathematics online tutor: What does expertise entail? Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning,17(2), 165–185.
    19. Martinovic, D., & Dlamini, N. (2009). Is “good” really good? Exploring internationally educated teacher candidates’ verbal descriptions of their in-school experiences. Language Awareness, 18(2), 129 - 146.
    20. Zhang, Z., & Martinovic, D. (2008). ICT in teacher education: Examining needs, expectations and attitudes. The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 34(2), 149-166. Retrieved April 4, 2009 from http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/article/view/498/229
    21. Martinovic, D., & Ralevich, V. (2007). Privacy issues in educational systems. International Journal of Internet Technology and Secured Transactions (IJITST), 1(1/2), 132-150.
    22. Dlamini, N., & Martinovic, D. (2007). In pursuit of being Canadian: Examining the challenges of culturally relevant education in teacher education. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 10(2), 155-175.
    23. Martinovic, D., Windle, S., & Dlamini, N. (2007). Shifting from ideal to real multiculturalism in Canadian teacher education programs: Examining the challenges. Canadian and International Education, Comparative and International Education Society of Canada, 36(1), 15-38.
    24. Martinovic, D. (2007). Affective pointers in mathematics online help. The International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education, 14(1), 40-49.
    25. Martinovic, D., & Magliaro, J. (2007). Openness in the context of computer networks: Educators’ Perspective. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 3(3), 43-52.
    26. Martinovic, D. (2007). Computer agent’s role in modeling an online math help user. The Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI), 5(3), 1-8.
    27. Martinovic, D., & Magliaro, J. (2007). Computer networks and globalization. Brock Education Journal, 16(2), 29-37.

    Recent Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

    1. Ratkovic, S., McGuinn, M., Martinovic, D., & (2017). The Presence and Presents of Writing in Residential Academic Writing Retreats. The Ninth Annual Conference of Canadian Association for the Study of Discourse and Writing (CASDW/ACR). The Presence of Writing: Making a Place for the Study of Writing and Discourse. Ryerson University - Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 27-29, 2017.
    2. Martinovic, D., & Freiman, V. (2017-to appear). How does mathematics education evolve in the digital era? Report of a Discussion Group. In Gabriele Kaiser (Ed.), Proceedings of the 13th International Congress on Mathematics Education, Hamburg, Germany. http://www.icme13.org/discussion_groups
    3. Martinovic, D., Winney, K., & Dabaja, Z. (2017). Developing Professional Capital through Collaborative Inquiry: Working through Tensions. International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) 2017, January 7-10, Ottawa, ON.
    4. Martinovic, D., & Freiman, V. (2016). Digital Literacy and Skills Development: Results from a Knowledge Synthesis. Digital Intelligence 2016, International conference on digital intelligence, April 4-6 2016, Montreal (QC), Canada. Awarded as Best Paper.
    5. Martinovic, D., & Manizade, A.G. (2016). Conceptualizing knowledge for teaching geometry at the secondary level. ICME 13, Hamburg, Germany.
    6. Manizade, A.G., & Martinovic, D. (2016). Geometry teachers’ knowledge: Insights from the trapezoid study. ICME 13, Hamburg, Germany.
    7. Birni, S., Karadag, Z., & Martinovic, D. (2015). Teknoloji Destekli Ortamlarda Matematik Öðrenmek!. [Learning Mathematics on Technology Based Environments] . Türk Bilgisayar ve Matematik Eðitimi Semozyumu özet kitabý içinde (s.112). Adýyaman: Adýyaman Üniversitesi. National Educational Science Conference, Turkey, April 2015.
    8. Karadag, Z., Martinovic, D., & Birni, S. (2015). Mathematical creativity and the affordances of dynamic and interactive mathematics learning environments. Creativity Conference, Romania. 224-229.
    9. Martinovic, D., Karadag, Z., & Birni, S. (2015). Understanding and quantifying affordances of the mathematical tasks in dynamic and interactive mathematics learning environments. ICTMT 12, Portugal.
    10. Karadag, Z., Martinovic, D., & Birni, S. (2015). The Net generation and the affordances of dynamic and interactive mathematics learning environments: Working with fractions. ICTMT 12, Portugal.
    11. Chaturvedi, R., Martinovic, D., & Ezeife, C. (2015). Mining Game Features to Predict Emotions. The International Social Sciences and Education Research Conference: ICBTS2015, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, 1-4 July, 2015.
    12. Manizade, A. G., & Martinovic, D. (2014). Developing a Dynamic Instrument for Assessing Teachers’ Professionally Situated Knowledge of Geometry. GeoGebra-NA 2014. November 21-22, 2014, Toronto, ON.
    13. Martinovic, D., & Manizade, A.G. (2014). Teachers evaluating dissections as an approach to calculating area of trapezoid: Exploring the role of technology. GeoGebra-NA 2014. November 21-22, 2014, Toronto, ON.
    14. Martinovic, D., Ralevich, V., McDougall, J., & Perklin, M. (2014). “You are what you play”: Breaching privacy and identifying users in online gaming. 14th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security, and Trust. July 23-24, 2014, Ryerson University, Toronto.
    15. Manizade, A.G., & Martinovic, D. (2014). Profiles of teacher professionally situated knowledge in geometry. The 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Vancouver, BC.
    16. Martinovic, D., Pomerleau, C. M., Yang, Y., & Marin, C. (2014). Engagement and emotions in gaming: A multidisciplinary approach. Proceedings of CGSA 2014: Borders without Boundaries, May 28-29. The 2014 Canadian Game Studies Association (CGSA/ACÉV) annual conference is organized in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities & Social Sciences, St. Catharines, Ontario.
    17. Ezeife, C.I., Whent, R., Martinovic, D., Frost, R., Alahmad, Y., & Mumu, T. (2014). Automatic updating of computer games data warehouse for cognition identification. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU), 1-3 April, 2014, Barcelona, Spain, 338-345.
    18. Martinovic, D., & Freiman, V. (2013, April 29). Digital divide among youth: Is it a new type of poverty? Paper presented at the 2013 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Retrieved September 15, 2013, from the AERA Online Paper Repository.
    19. Manizade, A.G., & Martinovic, D. (2013). PCK and TPCK: The Case of the Area of a Trapezoid. In Lindmeier, A.M. & Heinze, A. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME 37), Vol. 5, p.118, Kiel, Germany: PME.
    20. Martinovic, D., Whent, R.., Adeyemi, A., Yang, Y., Ezeife, C.I., Lekule, C., Pomerleau, C.M., Frost, R.A. (2013). Gamification of life: Playing computer games to learn, train, and improve cognitively. International Congress on Social & Cultural Studies (ICSCS2013), Abuja-Nigeria, 18-21 August, 2013. Paper No. 30.
    21. Frost, R.A., Donais, J., Meyer, P.D., Clifford, M., Dufour, D., Karaki, A., Ahmed, S., Emami, E., Fortier, R.J., Ezeife, C.I., Martinovic, D., Yang, Y., & Whent, R. (2013). A Framework for Building Computerized Speech Games for Cognitive Profiling. Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimedia and Human Computer Interaction, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 18-19 2013, pp. 74-1 to 74-8.
    22. Manizade, A., & Martinovic, D. (2012). Identifying cognitively appropriate technological tasks. The 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-12), July 8-15, 2012, Seoul, Korea, 3617-3627.
    23. Martinovic, D., & Manizade, A. (2012). Unfolding pedagogic strategies in dynamic mathematics software use. The 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-12), July 8-15, Seoul, Korea, 3627-3637.
    24. Whent, R., Martinovic, D., Ezeife, C.I., Ahmed, S., Alahmad, Y., & Mumu, T. (2012). School age children’s cognition identification by mining integrated computer games data. The 4th International Conference on Computer Supported Education, CSEDU 2012, 16-18 April, 2012, Porto, Portugal, 495-505.
    25. Martinovic D., Ratkovic, S., Wiebe, N., Willard-Holt, C., Spencer, T., & Cantalini-Williams, M. (2012). Reporting Research is not enough: Mobilizing Research Collaboration across School Districts and Faculties of Education. AERA 2012, Vancouver, BC.
    26. Martinovic, D. (2011). Cultural diversity in teacher education: Connecting mathematics, language and society. In Mamokgethi Setati, Thulisile Nkambule & Leila Goosen (Eds.) International Commission on Mathematical Instruction, ICMI-21, Sao Paolo, Brazil, September, 16-20, 2011, pp. 188-197.
    27. Martinovic, D., & Karadag, Z. (2011). Dynamic and Interactive Mathematics Learning Environments (DIMLE). The Tenth International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching, July 5-8, 2011, University of Portsmouth, England, 209-214.
    28. Freiman, V., Martinovic, D., & Karadag, Z. (2011). Transition from childhood to adulthood from digital literacy perspective: What does recent research say? IADIS International Conference, e-Learning 2011, Rome, Italy, 20 - 23 July 2011, Volume 2, 363-366.
    29. Martinovic, D., Ralevich, V., & Petkovic, M. (2011). Personal Health Data: Patient Consent in Information Age. In Anne Moen, Stig Kjær Andersen, Jos Aarts, and Petter Hurlen (Eds.). Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, User Centred Networked Health Care - Proceedings of XXIII International Conference of the European Federation for Medical Informatics, 169, 58-62.
    30. Freiman, V., Martinovic, D., & Karadag, Z. (2010). A Snapshot of GeoGebra Community Endeavors: Building a Research Agenda. The First North-American GeoGebra conference (GeoGebra-NA 2010). Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, US, July 27-28, 48-61, CD + http://geogebraithaca.wikispaces.com/file/view/Proceedings.pdf
    31. Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., & Karadag, Z. (2010). Dynamic and collaborative learning with GeoGebra: From software to community. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA), Toronto, June 28-2, 2010, 3390-3398.
    32. Martinovic, D., Karadag, Z., & Cengel, M. (2010). Connecting Intelligent Tutoring Systems with Dynamic Learning Systems: Is There a Natural Fit? World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA), Toronto, June 28 - July 2, 2010, 3382-3389.

    Commissioned Research Reports
    1. Martinovic, D. (2017). Research Report from the Mathematics Leadership Community of Practice 2017. Report submitted to Mathematics Knowledge Network and the Ministry of Education.
    2. Martinovic, D., & Horn-Olivito, H. (2017). Partners in practice: Collaborative inquiry for building capacity in research, teaching, and evaluation (5 whole school inquires). Final report submitted to the Ministry of Education.
    3. Martinovic, D., & Horn-Olivito, H. (2017). Case Study Report to Mathematics Knowledge Network. Report submitted to Mathematics Knowledge Network and the Ministry of Education.
    4. Martinovic, D., Horn-Olivito, H., & El Kord, N. (2017). Content leadership in mathematics education: A literature review. Report submitted to Mathematics Knowledge Network and the Ministry of Education.
    5. Martinovic, D. (2017). Parental Involvement in Education of their Children: Literature Review. Report submitted to Ministry of Education, Student Achievement Division.
    6. Martinovic, D., Horn-Olivito, H., & Johnson, S. (2016). Partners in practice: Collaborative inquiry for building capacity in research, teaching, and evaluation. Report submitted to Ministry of Education, Student Achievement Division.
    7. Martinovic, D., Dabaja, Z., Regts, B., & DiStefano, J. (2016). Partners in practice: Collaborative inquiry for building capacity in research, teaching, and evaluation. Literature Review Report submitted to Ministry of Education, Student Achievement Division.
    8. Martinovic, D., Whent, R., Y., Ezeife, & Frost, R.A. (2014). Using video games to assess and improve cognition in school-aged children. Final report submitted to the OBI and FedDev.
    9. Martinovic, D., & Freiman, V. (2013). Digital skills development for future needs of the Canadian labour market (pp. 1-71). Final report submitted to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
    10. Wiebe, N., Ratkovic, S., & Martinovic, D. (2012). Examining educator research use in the London region: A collaborative project of the School Board-University Research Exchange. Final report submitted to Ministry of Education, Education Research and Evaluation Strategy Branch.
    11. Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., & Karadag, Z. (2011). Child and Youth Development beyond Age 6 – Transitions to Digitally Literate Adults (pp. 1-99), Ministry of Child and Youth Services.
    12. Martinovic, D., Karadag, Z., Freiman, V., Roulet, G., & Gadanidis, G. (2009). Online Learning: Collaborative Mathematical Exploration. A Working Group Report, Canadian Mathematics Education Forum (pp. 1-31), Canadian Mathematics Society. Vancouver, Canada: CMEF. Retrieved June 18, 2010 from http://www.cms.math.ca/Events/CMEF2009/reports/wg4-report.pdf

    Technical Reports

    1. Cavoukian, A., Tomko, G., Martinovic, D., Dara, R., & Chibba, M. (2012). Smart data as mobile speech application for ordering books. Proposal for a proof of concept development. Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, ON.
    2. Kajander, A., Kotsopoulos, D., Martinovic, D., & Whiteley, W. (2012). Contribution of the Sub-Committee of the Mathematics Education Forum of the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences, Toronto, Ontario.

    Articles in Refereed Professional Journals

    Martinovic, D., Winney, K., & Knight, C. (2015). Imagine the learning! Insights from a Collaborative Inquiry Project in Southwest Ontario. Learning Forward Ontario, 7(1), 3-5.

    Articles in Non-refereed Professional Journals (publications from the collaborative inquiries with the GECDSB)

    1. Nolin, J., Donatelli-Scott, S., Milks, R., Knight, C., Martinovic, D., & Dabaja, Z. (2015). Impact of environmental issues on social action. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 2-10.
    2. Klimkowski, M., Burke, D., Wideen, K., Watson Jones, S., Hannigan, J., Knight, C., Martinovic, D., & Gatarek, G. (2015). Developing students’ critical thinking, communication, and collaboration skills through citizenship based inquiry. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 11-23.
    3. Hoffman Sartor, T., Hartley, I., Seslija, S., Martinovic, D., & Adeyemi, A. (2015). Eliciting collaboration between the teacher librarian and classroom teacher to create an inviting, accessible learning commons space and improve student information literacy skills. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 24-31.
    4. Alison, A., Laforest, S., Martin, S., Sofos-Giamos, C., Vial, D., Zaccagninni, S., Tullio, P., Fairall, J., Martinovic, D., Adeyemi, A., Dabaja, Z., & Nguyen, X. (2015). Developing instructional strategies to improve students’ mental math strategies and positively affect their confidence and attitude. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 32-48.
    5. Jones, J., Boyer, C., & Masse, L., Brown, B., Johnson, S., Winney, K., Martinovic, D., & Gatarek, B. (2015). The impact of creating Habits of Mind classroom on problem solving in academic and social situations. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 63-90.
    6. White, B., Seslija, S., & Martinovic, D. (2015). Changing the ways in which students engage in the research process. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 91-94.
    7. Soucie, A., McAiney, D., Parks, L., Sciacca, M., Martinovic, D., Adeyemi, A., & Dabaja, Z. (2015). Implementing the strategies of awareness, planning, and preparation to support students in developing their initial post-secondary pathway. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 95-100.
    8. Chiodo, M., Wray, P., & Paraschak, S., Bates, L., Martinovic, D., Adeyemi, A. (2015). Understanding of mindfulness, its impact, and its application across grades. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 101-115.
    9. Doherty, S., Johnson, S., Horn-Olivito, H., Scott, J., Crep, D., Winney, K., & Martinovic, D. (2015). Using the practice of Mindfulness to impact well-being of students and teachers. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 116-129.
    10. Wiper, S., Quiring, A., Seslija, S., Hartley, I., Martinovic, D., & Adeyemi, A. (2015). Investigating impact of Teacher Librarian/Teacher collaboration on student achievement. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 130-156.
    11. Kornacki, A., Farrer, C., Roberts, K., Webster, K., Lilley, M., Sefton, T., Martinovic, D., & Gatarek, B. (2015). Implementing inquiry-based learning strategies in the music classroom to empower students. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 157-169.
    12. Pike, S., Caba, M., Dadd, L., Mancini, M., Taylor, A., Seguin, K., MacArthur, S., Seslija, S., Martinovic, D., & Dabaja, Z. (2015). Impacting teaching practice through collaboration between homeroom teachers and teacher librarians. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 170-180.
    13. Moscatello, J., Emery, H., & Gervais, V., Johnson, S., & Martinovic, D. (2015). Implementing Number Talks to improve students’ mental math computational skills, place value understanding and their ‘mathitude.’ Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 181-187.
    14. Gelinas, J., Leroux, L., McNeil, B., Laforet, D., Muzzin, A., Laporte, L., Chanko, S., Tomljenovic, K., Martinovic, D., & Nguyen, X. (2015). Using Leveled Literacy Achievement resource interventions to change student achievement in language skills, student efficacy and confidence, and parental engagement. Collaborative Inquiry Reports 2014-2015, Vol. 7, 195-208.
    15. Lalovich, M., Sofos-Giamos, C., Tullio, P., Martinovic, D., & Adevemi, A. (2014). Students’ attitudes and confidence in mathematical situations through a focus on basic computation and the problem solving model. Collaborative Inquiry Reports Teachers creating knowledge and improving learning for students, 2013-2014. Vol. 6, 4-23.
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