Author Profile

Hello!  And welcome to my Author Profile on TINAMARTENEY.COM!

Currently, this is a working list of published works and contributions I’ve made.  Please click on any link below to be taken to the direct website of the written work.


Posts published on The Mighty – My Mighty Contributor Page

Current published articles include:

How Weather Conditions Affect My Symptoms and Pain Levels

5 Reasons I Find Hope in Chronic Pain

The Significance of Taking a Walk with Chronic Illness

How Illness is Teaching Me to Slow Down and Live in the Moment

Life Neverlasting, a murder-mystery story, by Tina Marteney



Life Neverlasting (AuthorHOUSE, 2005)

Sharon Gaster’s high school life was not a happy one. From family to loss, murder to mystery, and betrayal to death, young Sharon’s fate had truly been set from the beginning. But when two friends interfere with this fate, could her destiny truly be changed?

Publisher:  Life Neverlasting at AuthorHOUSE

Amazon:  Life Neverlasting on Amazon

Barnes and Noble:  Life Neverlasting on B&N





What’s a Girl to do About Rumor?

If It Were Only You

A Typical Day

Better Mom


Teachers’ Perceptions of the Benefits of Online Instruction for Students with Special Educational Needs (British Journal of Special Education, June 2016)

This article discusses the perceptions of ‘virtual’ teachers with regard to the benefits of online education for students with special educational needs. Surveys were distributed to teachers from one educational management company about their experiences of teaching in asynchronous (self-paced) virtual school classrooms. The survey responses revealed the following findings: online education has made it easier for students with limitations to access learning activities; improvements have been made in student academic performance; students have had success with asynchronous (self-paced) education; student motivation has increased, and more individualized support has been available. Even though these results focused on positive outcomes, some negative perceptions were also recorded. These included discrepancies related to cyber-bullying in asynchronous learning programs, matters related to student accommodations, and problems associated with student use of online classroom resources.

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