Hartman, Maria C. (mch33)

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Hartman, Maria
Lecturer
Health & Behavior Studies
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Educational Background

Ph.D. in Deaf Education, Teachers College, Columbia University                   

Master of Arts in Deaf Education, Teachers College, Columbia University

Bachelor of Arts in History, Religious Studies, Fordham University

Selected Publications

Rufsvold, R., Wang, Y., Hartman, M., Arora,s., & Smolen, E. (in press). The impact of language input on deaf and hard-of-hearing preschool children who use listening and spoken language.  American Annals of the Deaf,  

Wang, Y., Hartman, M., Addul-Aziz, N.A., Arora, S., Shi, L., & Tunison, E.  (2017).  A systematic review on the use of LENA technology.  American Annals of the Deaf, 162(3), 295-311.

Wang, Y., Hartman, M. C., Jahromi, L.B., & Teversky, B. (2017). Better story recall by deaf children with unimodal communication. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 29: 699-720.

Rosen, R. S. & Hartman, M. C. & Wang, Y. (2017). “Thinking-for-Writing”: A Prolegomenon on Writing Signed Languages. American Annals of the Deaf 161(5), 528-536.

Kretschmer, R. E., Wang, Y., & Hartman, M. (2010). Did the preservice teacher-generated studies constitute actual instances of teacher-researcher studies and were they consistent with Dewey’s notions? American Annals of the Deaf, 155(2), 144-149.

Brigham, M., and Hartman, M. (2010). What is your prediction? Teaching the metacognitive skill of prediction to a class of sixth- and seventh-graders who are deaf. American Annals of the Deaf, 155(2), 137-143.

Wang, Y., Kretschmer, R., & Hartman, M. (2010). Teacher-as-Researcher: Theory-into-Practice. American Annals of the Deaf, 155(2), 105-109.

Wang,Y., Kretschmer, R, and Hartman, M. (2008). Reading and Students Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The Journal of Balanced Reading InstructionSpecial Issue: Reading and Children with Disabilities, 15(2), 53-68.

Hartman, M. (1999). Independent Reading – Interpreting, Making Meaning.Perspectives in Education and Deafness, 17(5), 22-25.

Hartman, M. (1996). Thinking and Learning in Classroom Discourse. The Volta Review, 98(3) 93-103.

Hartman, M. (1994). Making Sense of Math through Writing. Perspectives in Education and Deafness, 12(3), 6-9.

Hartman, M.C. and Kretschmer, R. (1992). Talking and Writing as Tools for Learning: Deaf Teenagers Reading Sara Plain and Tall.  Journal of Reading, 36(3), 174-180.

Book Reviewer (2011) - Hearing and Deafness: An Introduction for Health and Education Professionals

Hartman, M.C. and Kretschmer, R.; Talking and Writing as Tools for Learning: Deaf Teenagers Reading Sara Plain and Tall.  Journal of Reading, November (1992).

Hartman, M.; Making Sense of Math through Writing. Perspectives in Education and Deafness, Jan/Feb (1994).

Hartman, M.; Thinking and Learning in Classroom Discourse. The Volta Review, Volume 98, Number 3; Summer (1996).

Hartman, M.; Independent Reading – Interpreting, Making Meaning. Perspectives in Education and Deafness, May/June (1999).

Wang, Y., Kretschmer, R, and Hartman, M.: Reading and Students Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The Journal of Balanced Reading Instruction Special Issue: Reading and Children with Disabilities, Volume 15, Number 2; Fall (2008).


Rosenzweig, E., Smolen, E. Hartman, M., Adoption of Children with Hearing Loss: Research, Resources, and Perspectives. Alexander Graham Bell Association, Scottsdale, accepted paper, June, 2018.

Rufsvold, R., Wang, Y., Hartman, M., Arora, S., & Smolen, E. Language Input, Language Outcome, Vocabulary, and Basic Concept Knowledge of Auditory Oral DHH Preschool Children. American Educators Research Association, Annual Meeting, New York City, accepted paper, April 10, 2018.

Rufsvold, R., Hartman, M., Investigating the Language of Deaf Preschool Children Who Use Listening and Spoken Language. California Speech Hearing Association, Annual Meeting, Sacramento, accepted paper, March 22, 2018.

Arora, S., Wang, Y., Hartman, M., & Smolen, E., Quality of Language Input – Does it Really Matter?  American College Educators – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Annual Conference, Tuscon, accepted paper, February 24, 2018.

Hartman, M., Arora, S. What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Learning to Read. Educational Support Service Personnel Conference, Rochester, November 3, 2017. 

Hartman, M., Arora, S. LENA: Research to Practice with Innovative Technology. Educational Support Service Personnel Conference, Rochester, November 2, 2017. 

Hartman, M., Arora, S.,Aziz, N.,Shi, E., Rufsvold, R., Tunnison, E., & Wang, Y.  LENA: Research to Practice with Innovative Technology. Alexander Graham Bell Association, Symposium, Washington D.C., June 30, 2017.

Hartman, M., Arora, S.,Aziz, N.,Shi, E., Rufsvold, R., Tunnison, E., & Wang, Y.A Meta-Analysis on Using LENA Technology. American Educators Research Association, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, April 28, 2017.

Hartman, M., & Wang, Y. Meta-analysis Using LENA Technology with Deaf Populations.  American College Educators – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Annual Conference, San Antonio, February 7, 2017.

Rufsvold, R., Hartman, M., Wang, Y. & Youse, K.  Quality or Quantity of Language – Where to Focus?  American Speech & Hearing Association, Annual Conference, Philadelphia, November 18, 2016. 

Hartman, M., Wang, Y. & Jahromi, L. Effect of Communication Mode on Story Recall. American Educators Research Association, Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., April 10, 2016.

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society Initiation Ceremony Keynote Speaker. Teachers College, Columbia University March 11, 2014.

2015 -              Fulltime Lecturer in Applied Sciences of Learning and Special Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program; Teachers College, Columbia University

1998 -              Coordinator of Student Teaching Practicum for Applied Sciences of Learning and Special Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program; Teachers College, Columbia University

1998 - 2015    Fulltime Instructor in Applied Sciences of Learning and Special Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program; Teachers College, Columbia University

1992 - 1998     Adjunct Instructor in Applied Sciences of Learning and Special Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program; Teachers College, Columbia University

1986 - 1998     Teacher – Saint Francis de Sales School for the Deaf, Brooklyn, NY

1990 - 1991     Adjunct Instructor in Communication Studies: Speech and Hearing Program: Saint Joseph’s College, Brooklyn, NY

1989 - 1991     Related Service Provider – Hearing Education Services: New York City Board of Education, Bronx, NY

1982 - 1990     Communication Aide – New York League for the Hard of Hearing, New York, NY

1989 - 1990     Adult Literacy Worker – Christian Appalachian Project, Louisville, Kentucky

1984 - 1986     Teacher Assistant – University Plaza Nursery School, New York, NY

  • Alexander Graham Bell Association (AG Bell)
  • Council on Education for the Deaf (CED)
  • Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
  • American College Educators – Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACE-DHH)
  • American Education Research Association (AERA)

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