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Martinez, Joseph G. R.

MARTINEZ, Joseph G. R.

MARTINEZ, Joseph G. R. American. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Education, Writing/Journalism, Mathematics/Statistics. Career: National College, Albuquerque Extension, Albuquerque, NM, instructor, 1976-82; University of Albuquerque, Albuquerque, director of Reading Laboratory, 1978-79, assistant professor of mathematics, education, and psychology, 1982-85; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, lecturer in psychology and educational foundations, 1979-82, Valencia Campus, faculty member, 1985-86, Albuquerque, assistant professor, 1986-88, associate professor, 1989-96, professor, 1996-, of mathematics, science and environmental education and educational psychology. Publications: (with N.C. Martinez): The Holt Workbook, with instructor's handbook and teacher's ed, 1986, 2nd ed, 1989; Basic College Writing: A Text With Readings, 1991; Teaching Basic College Writing: A Guide, 1991; Guide to British Poetry Explication, 1991, Vol II: Renaissance, 1992, Vol III: Restoration Through Romantic Period, 1993, Vol IV: Victorian to Contemporary, 1993; Math Without Fear: A Guide to Preventing Math Anxiety in Children, 1996; Guide to British Prose Explication, Vol IV, 1994; Reading and Writing in Mathematics, K-6; Guide to W.B. Yeats, in press. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals. Address: Mathematics, Science, Technology Programs, Nokona Hall 144, College of Education, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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