Dr. Martha C. Hougen
Differentiated Instruction

A national consultant, presenter, researcher, and author, Dr. Martha Hougen’s areas of expertise include differentiating instruction for students with learning difficulties and teacher and leader preparation improvement. Dr. Hougen received a BS in Education from University of Wisconsin at Madison, an MEd from American University, and a PhD in Educational Administration from University of Texas at Austin and has taught at the middle school through graduate levels. Recently her focus has been on enhancing teacher and leader preparation to better meet the needs of all students.

In addition to peer-reviewed articles, curricular documents, and presentations, Dr. Hougen is an advisor for Collections and has published two college textbooks: The Fundamentals of Literacy Assessment and Instruction Pre-K–6 and The Fundamentals of Literacy Assessment and Instruction 6–12.

A national consultant, presenter, researcher, and author, Dr. Martha Hougen’s areas of expertise include differentiating instruction for students with learning difficulties and teacher and leader preparation improvement. Dr. Hougen received a BS in Education from University of Wisconsin at Madison, an MEd from American University, and a PhD in Educational Administration from University of Texas at Austin and has taught at the middle school through graduate levels. Recently her focus has been on enhancing teacher and leader preparation to better meet the needs of all students.

In addition to peer-reviewed articles, curricular documents, and presentations, Dr. Hougen is an advisor for Collections and has published two college textbooks: The Fundamentals of Literacy Assessment and Instruction Pre-K–6 and The Fundamentals of Literacy Assessment and Instruction 6–12.