Jonathan E. Martin

Jonathan E. Martin has 15 years experience as a Head of School, and eight years as a teacher, at three independent schools in California and Arizona. He holds a BA from Harvard University and an MA in School Administration from the University of San Francisco; in 2008 he was a Visiting Fellow at Teachers College, Columbia University. An expert on 21st century learning and assessment, he has presented to school-leaders, teachers, and trustees at more than eighty conferences and schools since 2010. He writes widely and consults to schools nationally on innovative instruction, 21st century educational program design, educational leadership, and next-generation assessment. Jonathan is also a Blackbaud K-12 expert and you can find him online at www.21k12blog.net and on Twitter @JonathanEMartin.

  • The Rise of Rubrics for Performance Based Assessment in K–12 Education

    The Rise of Rubrics for Performance Based Assessment in K–12 Education

    Whether you are a school administrator or a classroom teacher, learn the advantages of using rubrics for grading assessment.

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  • Enhancing Student Learning and Grading with Rubrics

    Enhancing Student Learning and Grading with Rubrics

    Rubrics are on the rise in K–12 education and this eBook explains why your school should be grading with rubrics, outlines how to implement these assessments, and provides resources for teachers.

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  • Topic Sharing Promotes Teacher Collaboration

    Topic Sharing Promotes Teacher Collaboration

    Teachers last year at Barstow School encountered a small but irksome obstacle as they managed an interdisciplinary tenth grade project.

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  • Are you considering attending the Blackbaud K–12 User Conference Unconference?   You should be!

    Are you considering attending the Blackbaud K–12 User Conference Unconference? You should be!

    Most professionals have long since realized that they learn far more—particularly when it comes to practical, hands-on, day to day work tactics—from their colleagues in the trenches than they ever...

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