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Charles Kinzer

Professional Background

Educational Background

1981      Ph.D. (Language and Reading Education). University of California, Berkeley.

1976      M. A. (Education). University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

1973      Professional Teaching Certificate, Province of British Columbia, Canada. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

1972      B. A. (English). University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Scholarly Interests

Literacy; technology in education; educational games and game design in education.  Specifically:

  • Literacy development, comprehension, memory processes in reading and writing;
  • Computer/technology and multimedia/multimodal applications in general education, including pre- and in-service education.
  • Case-based instruction, games in learning, "future literacies."

Selected Publications

Selected Refereed Publications


Kinzer, C. K., Turkay, S., Hoffman, D. L., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Chaiwinij, A., & Dvorkin, T. (2012). Examining the effects of text and images on story comprehension: An eye-tracking study of reading in a video game and comic book.  Literacy Research Association Yearbook, 61, 259-275.

Thomas, C. N., Rieth, H. J., Raghava, N. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Mulloy, A.  (2012).  The integrated curriculum project: Teacher change and student outcomes within a university–school professional development collaboration. Psychology in the Schools, 49(5), 444-464.

Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T., Chaiwinij. A. (2012). The Impact of Choice and Feedback on Learning, Motivation, and Performance in an Educational Video Game. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 175-182).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

Turkay, S., Hoffman, D., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., & Adinolf, S.  (2012). Exploring a New Approach to Visual Asset Design. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 299-305).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

Jamalian, A., Mezei, J., Levitan, P., Garber, A. Hammer, J., & Kinzer. C. K. (2012). The Lit2Quit Mobile App: Evoking Game-based Physiological Effects that Mimic Smoking. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 565-567).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

Kinzer, C.K., P.,Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbaş, N., and Chantes, P. (2011) Exploring motivation and comprehension of a narrative in a video game, book, and comic book format. NRC Yearbook 60, 263-278.

Tsai, F., Kinzer, C. K., Hung, K., Chen, A., & Hsu. (2011). The importance and use of targeted content knowledge in educational simulation games. In M. Chang, W. Hwang, M. Chen, & W. Muller (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th international conference on E-learning and games, edutainment technologies (pp. 245-247). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Kinzer, C. K.  (2010). Considering literacy and policy in the context of digital environments. Language Arts, 88, 51-61.

Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Productive failure in CSCL groups. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 4, 21-46.

Hung, K. H., Kinzer, C., Chen, C. L (2009). Motivational factors in educational MMORPGs: Some implications for education. Transactions on Edutainment III, 93-104.

Lohnes, S., Wilber, D., & Kinzer, C. K. (2008). Brave new world: Understanding the Net Generation through their eyes.  Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education, 48(1), 21-27.

Kapur, M.,  Voiklis, J., & Kinzer. C. K. (2008). Sensitivities to early exchange in synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) groups. Computers & Education, 51(1), 54-66.

Hung, D., Jacobson, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Der-Thanq, V. C.  (2007).  Emergence of Learning in Computer-Supported, Large-Scale Collective Dynamics: A Research Agenda.  In C. Chinn, G. Erkens, & S. Puntambekar (Eds.).  Computer Supportive Collaborative Learning: Mice, Minds, and Society. Proceedings of the Seventh International Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL 2007). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lohnes, S., and Kinzer, C. K.  (2007).  Questioning assumptions about students' expectations for technology in college classrooms.  Innovate, 3(5).  http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=431

Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007).  Examining the effect of problem type in a synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment.  Education Technology Research and Development, 55(5), 439-459.

Kinzer, C. K., with M. Schmidt & I. Greenbaum) (2007).  Exploring virtual education: a first-hand account of three second life classes.  Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Second Life Community Conference (pp. 104-106). SLCC: Chicago, IL.

Han, I. S., Kinzer, & C. K., (2007). Developing a Multimedia Case-based Learning Environment: Teaching Technology Integration to Korean Preservice Teachers.  In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 64-69).  AACE: Chesapeake, VA.

Goldstein, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007). Does Your Knowledge Affect My Knowledge? Assessing the Effects of an Online Social Environment on Reading Comprehension. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 1807-1811). AACE: Chesapeake, VA.

Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Lohnes, S., Cammack, D. W., Kontovourki, S., Hoffman, D., & Turkay, S.  (2006).  Assessing Preservice Teachers' Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment. In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1611-1616).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Voiklis, J., Kapur, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006).  An Emergentist Account of Collective Cognition in Collaborative Problem Solving.  In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 858-863).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Maloch, E., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006).  The impact of multimedia cases on preservice teachers' learning about literacy teaching: a follow-up study.  The Teacher Educator, 41(3), 158-171.

Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006).  Insights into the Emergence of Convergence in Group Discussions. In S. Barab, K. E. Hay, N. B. Songer, & D. T. Hickey (Eds.).  Making a Difference: Volume (pp. 962-971).  The Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Cammack, D. W., & Lohnes, S.  (2006).  Assessing Conceptual Change in an Anchored, Case-based Environment.  In S. Barab, K. E. Hay, N. B. Songer, & D. T. Hickey (Eds.).  Making a Difference (pp.1136-1142).  The Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005). Problem solving seen through the lens of complex evolutionary activity: A novel theoretical and analytical framework for analyzing problem-solving processes. InT. Koschmann, D. D. Suthers, & T. Chen (Eds.), Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Conference (pp. 252-261).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Lin, X., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  The importance of technology for making cultural values visible.  Theory into Practice, 42(3), 235-242.

Rieth, H.J., Bryant, D. P., Kinzer, C. K. Colburn, L. K., Hur, S., Hartman, P., Choi, H. S.  (2003).  An analysis of the impact of anchored instruction on teaching and learning activities in two ninth grade language arts classes.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 173-184.

Schrader, P. G., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Ataya, R., Labbo, L. D., Teale, W. H., & Cammack, D. W.   (2003). Using Internet delivered video cases, to support pre-service teachers’ understanding of effective early literacy instruction: An exploratory study. Instructional Science,31, 317–340.

Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Teale, W. H., Cammack, D., Kara-Soteriou, J., et al. (2003). Teacher wisdom stories: Cautions and recommendations for using computer-related technologies for literacy instruction. The Reading Teacher, 57, 300-304.

King, E. B., Schlundt, D. G., Pichert, J. W., Kinzer, C. K., & Backer, B. A.  (2002). The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 22, 94-102.

Williams Glaser, C., Rieth, H. J., Kinzer, C. K., Colburn, L. K., & Peter, J.  (2000).  A description of the impact of multimedia anchored instruction on classroom interactions.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 14(2), 27-43.

Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2000).  The convergence of literacy instruction with networked technologies for information, communication, and education.  Reading Research Quarterly, 35(1), 108-127.

Lin, X., Hmelo, C., Kinzer, C. K., & Secules, T.  (1999).  Designing Technology to Support Reflection.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 47 (3), 43-62.

Baker, E., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Effects of Technology on Process Writing:  Are They All Good?  In T. Shannahan & F. Rodriguez-Brown (Eds.), NRC Yearbook (pp. 428-440).  National Reading Conference: Chicago, IL.

Bloome, D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Hard times or Cosmetics?: Changes in Literacy.  Peabody Journal of Education, 341-375.


Selected Books & Book Chapters


Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2011).  Phonics, phonemic awareness, and word analysis for teachers: An interactive tutorial (9th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

Kinzer, C. K., & Verhoeven, L.  (2008).  Interactive literacy education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, an imprint of Taylor Francis Group.

Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Wilson, R. M., & Hall, M.  (2006).  Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers: An Interactive Tutorial (8th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  Effective literacy instruction, K-8: Implementing best practice (5th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall Publishers.


Lohnes Waltulak, S. & Kinzer, C. K. (2013). Beyond technology skills: Toward a framework for cortical digital literacies in preservice technology education. In J. Avila & J. Pandya (Eds.), Critical digital literacies as social praxis (pp. 127-153). New York: Peter Lang.

Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2011). A complexity-grounded model for the emergence of convergence in CSCL groups. In S. Puntambekar, G. Erkens, & C. E. Hmelo-Silver (Eds.), Aanalyzing interactions in CSCL: Methodologies, approaches and issues (pp. 3-24). New York, NY: Springer

Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Alternative spaces for education with and through technology. In H. Varenne & E. Gordon (Eds.). Comprehensive education explorations, possibilities, challenges. Lewiston, NY: Ewin Mellen Press.

Schrier, K., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Using digital games to develop ethical teachers. In D. Gibson & Y. Baek (Eds.), Digital simulations for improving education: Learning through artificial teaching environments (pp. 308-333). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

curriculum vitae

CHARLES K. KINZER

Professor of Communication and Technology Education

e-mail: kinzer@tc.columbia.edu

 

Teachers College, Columbia University                                                                Home Address:

322 Thompson Hall (CCTE)                                                                       501 W. 120th Street, Apt 9W

New York, NY 10027                                                                                            New York, NY 10027

Telephone: 212-678-3341

 

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

 

Literacy; technology in education; games in education.  Specifically:

            Literacy development, comprehension, memory processes in reading and writing;

Computer/technology applications in education, multimedia, pre- and in-service education. Case-based instruction, "future literacies."

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

1981     Ph.D.  (Language and Reading Education).  University of California, Berkeley.

1976        M. A.  (Education).  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

1973     Professional Teaching Certificate, Province of British Columbia, Canada.  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, B.C., Canada. 

1972     B. A.  (English).  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Director, Games Research Laboratory, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2004-present.

Program Coordinator, Communication, Computing and Technology in Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, 9/1/2003-8/31/2012.

Professor of Communication and Technology Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2003-present.  Primary appointment in Communication, Computing and Technology in Education (Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology in Education); Secondary appointment in Cognition Studies (Department of Human Development).

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Teaching and Learning, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, 1992-1998.

Associate Professor of Education, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1988-2002.

Assistant Professor of Education, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1981-1988.

Member, Graduate Faculty, Vanderbilt University, 1983-present.

Research Scientist, Learning Technology Center, George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1984-present.

Affiliated Faculty, Center for Intelligent Systems, School of Engineering, Vanderbilt University, 1986-present.

 

PUBLIC SCHOOL EXPERIENCE

 

Language Arts Consultant (K-12), School District #34, Abbotsford, B.C., Canada, 1977-1978.

Chairperson, English Department, Abbotsford Junior Secondary School, School District #34, Abbotsford, B.C., Canada, 1976-1977.

Teacher of English 9, 10; Remedial Reading 8-10, and Grade 9 guidance counselor, School District #34, Abbotsford, B.C., Canada, 1974-1977.

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

 

American Educational Research Association

National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy

International Reading Association

National Reading Conference

Phi Delta Kappa

South East Literacy Consortium (Executive Board Member)

 

EDITORSHIPS, EDITORIAL AND REVIEW BOARDS

 

1.   Editorships

 

Editor, The Journal of Written Language and Literacy, Education Division.  John Benjamins Publishing Co.  (2003-2006).

Editor, The Electronic Classroom, on-line journal division of Reading OnLine, International Reading Association.  2000-2003.

       Co-Editor, National Reading Conference (NRC) Yearbook.  1992-1998.

 

      2.   Editorial & Review Boards (Journals)                                               Function

 

   Journal of Cognitive Education,(1995-1996)                                                Guest Reviewer

      The Reading Teacher, 1995-97                                                                  Editorial Board Member

      Journal of Reading Behavior, 1990-1995.                                        Editorial Board Member

      Journal of Literacy Research, 1996-97                                                        Editorial Board Member

      American Educational Research Journal, 1988-89.                            Guest Reviewer

      Reading Research Quarterly, 1987-90; 1993-94; 2006-.                                 Editorial Board Member

      Journal of Special Education Technology, 1987-.                                          Editorial Board Member

      National Reading Conference Yearbook, 1984-1988; 2000-02; 2006-09            Editorial Board Member

      Reading Research and Instruction, 1987-88.                                                Guest Reviewer

      Research in the Teaching of English, 1985-86; 2005-                                    Guest Reviewer

 

      3.   Editorial & Review Boards (Conferences, Publishers)

 

Proposal reviewer, Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, 2002-2009.

USDOE/OERI Field Initiated Proposal Reviewer, 1992, 1993.

Review Board Member, Program Proposals, American Educational Research Assoc., Div. C, 1984, 87, 88, 91, 2000.

Review Panel Member, Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Computer and Education Divisions, 1987-present.

Reviewer, Elva Knight Research Award Competition, International Reading Association, 1986-1987.

Program Committee Member, National Reading Conference, 1984-1986.

Review Board Member, Program Proposals, National Reading Conference, 1983-1984; 2003-present.

Review Panel Member, C. E. Merrill Publishing, Reading Education (College Division), 1984-present.

Review Panel Member, Academic Press, Computers in Education Division, 1983-present.

 

ON-CAMPUS SERVICE ACTIVITES (PAST YEAR ONLY)

 

  • Presentations to delegations from international organizations, foundations, potential funders.
  • Member, Teachers College Research Advisory Committee. (on sabbatical leave, 2009-10).
  • Member, Student Conduct Committee. (on sabbatical leave, 2009-10).

  •        Member, School Partnership Advisory Committee. (on sabbatical leave, 2009-10).

  •        Member, College Academic Computing Advisory Committee. (on sabbatical leave, 2009-10).

     

    GRANTS

     

    McGraw Hill "Future Direction" Workshop. (2012). Principal Investigotor (Funded by McGraw Hill Digitia Innovations Group, $30,000.

    STEPS to Literacy: An Integrated Digital Writing Space for English Language Learners. (2009-2012). Co-Principal Investigator (funded by USDOE/IES, $1,500,000).

    Games for Learning Institute (2008-2011). Project Director and Principal Investigator at the TC site ($290,000).  Subcontract to NYU; funded by Microsoft Research ($1,500,000).  Ken Perlin, NYU, overall Project Director and Principal Investigator; Jan Plass, NYU, Project Co-Principal Investigator.

    Intel Grant for Student Projects (2009-2010).  Project Director (funded by Intel Corporation, $30,000).

    Intel Grant for Student Projects (2008-2009).  Project Director (funded by Intel Corporation, $30,000).

    Tilmanis Scholarship Research Fund (2007-2008).  Project Director (funded by the Intel Foundation, $25,000).

    Tilmanis Scholarship Research Fund (2006-2007).  Project Director (funded by the Intel Foundation, $50,000).

    Examining Issues of Use and Sustainability: Broad-based Implementation of Anchored Instruction to Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Skills of Mildly Disabled Learners.  (2005-2009). Project Director and Co-principal Investigator (funded by USDOE/SEP, $1,062,278).

    STEPS to Literacy.  (2005-2006).  Co-Principal Investigator (funded by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, $100,000).

    Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement.  (2000-2005).  Project Director/Principal Investigator at the Vanderbilt University Site, 25% FTE.  NSF ($1,853,515).  Co-Principal Investigator of the overall IERI Project (funded by NSF, $5,551,059).

    Steppingstones for Technology Innovation for Students with Disabilities.  (1999-2001).  Project Director/Principal Investigator, 25% FTE.  USDOE/SEP ($417,391).

    The VaNTH Engineering Research Center for Bioengineering Educational Technology.  (1999-2004).  Participant, 10% FTE.  NSF ($1,999,795).

    Anchored Instruction Components for the National Diabetes Research and Training Center.  (1996-2000). Investigator, 10% FTE.  NIMH ($400,000).

    An Integrated Curriculum and Knowledge Approach to Literacy and Social Studies Instruction for Students with Mild Disabilities. (1993-1997).  Project Director and Co-principal Investigator, 15% FTE.  USDOE/SEP ($750,000).

    Improving Teacher Education through Dissemination of Videodisc-based Case Procedures and Influencing the Teaching of Future College Professionals. (1994-1997).  Co-principal investigator.  25% FTE.  USDOE/FIPSE ($218,880).

    Paradigm Shifts in Engineering Education.  (1992-1994).  Investigator, 10% FTE.  NSF ($442,963).

    Improving Undergraduate Teacher Education in Language and Literacy with Technology and Case-Based Instruction.  (1991-1994).  Co-Principal Investigator, 25% FTE.  USDOE/FIPSE ($381,036).

    Intelligent Hypertutoring: A New Methodology for Undergraduate Engineering Laboratory Instruction.  (1989-1991).  Investigator, 10% FTE.  NSF ($500,000).

    Multimedia Adult Literacy Project.  (1989-1990).  Co-Principal Investigator, 15% FTE.  Apple Computer Incorporated ($90,000).

    Anchored Instruction Components for the National Diabetes Research and Training Center.  (1989-1994).  Co-Principal Investigator, 10% FTE.  NIMH ($400,000).

    Tools to Enhance Learning.  (1988-1990).  Co-Principal Investigator, 15% FTE.  USDOE ($201,000).

    Macrocontexts to facilitate learning.  (1987-1989).  Co-Principal Investigator, 25% FTE.  OERI ($450,000).

    An analysis of the instructional and contextual variables that influence the efficacy of computer-based instruction for mildly handicapped students.  (1986).  Investigator, Member of Author Team, 15% FTE.  Special Education Programs  ($250,000).

    Creating an intelligent, interactive tutoring system.  (1986-1988).  Investigator, Member of Author Team, 25% FTE.  Osaka Gas Company  ($395,000).

    IBM Museum Project.  (1986-1988).  Consultant, Member of Author Team.  IBM Corporation  ($180,000).

    Programs for teaching problem solving.  (1985-1987).  Investigator, 15% FTE.  IBM Corporation  ($130,000).

    School of the future.  (1984).  Member of Author Team and Co-ordinating Committee.  IBM Corporation  ($50,000).

    Visually impaired project.  (1984).  Consultant, 5% FTE.  Apple Foundation  ($20,000 Equipment Grant).

    Educational HAVENS:  Videodisc contexts for learning across science and language arts.  (1984).  Co-Principal Investigator.  Spencer Foundation Grant  ($8,000).

    Writing task demands, processes and performance outcomes across two academic areas.  (1984).  Principal Investigator.  Spencer Foundation Grant  ($8,000).

    Teacher/Student interactions resulting from oral reading errors:  Effects of dialect variation.  (1982).  Principal Investigator.  Spencer Foundation Grant  ($7,500).

    An analysis of secondary reading programs in Tennessee.  (1981).  Principal Investigator.  Vanderbilt University Research Council Discretionary Grant #643  ($1,000).

    The relationship between junior high students' standardized reading scores and cloze performance in British Columbia prescribed science texts.  (1977).  Principal Investigator.  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia, Research Grant #191  ($1,500).

    Assessment of junior high school students' attitudes toward school when in homogeneous and heterogeneous ability groups.  (1976).  Principal Investigator.  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia, Research Grant #164  ($1,700).


    PUBLICATIONS

     

          1.   Peer-Reviewed Publications

     

    Plass, J. L. Homer, B. D., & Kinzer, C. K. (under review). Playful learning: An integrated design framework. Educational Psychlogist.

    Turkay, S., & Kinzer, C. K. (2014). The effects of avatar-based customization on identification and empathy. International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 6(1), 1-26.

    Homer, B. D., Kinzer, Charles. K., Plass, J. L., Letourneau, S. M., Hoffman, D., Bromley, M., et al. (2014). Moved to learn: The effects of interactivity in a kinect-based literacy game for beginning readers. Computers & Education, 74, 37-49.

    Turkay, S., Hoffman, D., Kinzer, Charles. K., Chantes, P., & Vicari, C. (2014). Toward understanding the potential of games for learning: Learning theory, game design characteristics, and situating videogames in classrooms. Computers in the Schools, 31(1-2), 2-22.

    Tsai, F. H., Kinzer, C. K., Hung, K. H., Chen, C. L. A., & Hsu, I. Y. (2013). The importance and use of targeted content knowledge with scaffolding aid in educational simulation games. Interactive Learning Environments21(2), 116-128.

    Kinzer, C. K., Turkay, S., Hoffman, D. L., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Chaiwinij, A., & Dvorkin, T. (2012). Examining the effects of text and images on story comprehension: An eye-tracking study of reading in a video game and comic book.  Literacy Research Association Yearbook 61, 259-275.

    Thomas, C. N., Rieth, H. J., Raghava, N. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Mulloy, A.  (2012).  The integrated curriculum project: Teacher change and student outcomes within a university-school professional development collaboration. Psychology in the Schools, 49(5), 444-464.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T., Chaiwinij. A. (2012). The Impact of Choice and Feedback on Learning, Motivation, and Performance in an Educational Video Game. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 175-182).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

    Turkay, S., Hoffman, D., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., & Adinolf, S.  (2012). Exploring a New Approach to Visual Asset Design. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 299-305).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

    Jamalian, A., Mezei, J., Levitan, P., Garber, A. Hammer, J., & Kinzer. C. K. (2012). The Lit2Quit Mobile App: Evoking Game-based Physiological Effects that Mimic Smoking. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 565-567).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbaş, N., and Chantes, P. (2011) Exploring motivation and comprehension of a narrative in a video game, book, and comic book format. NRC Yearbook 60, 263-278.

    Tsai, F., Kinzer, C. K., Hung, K., Chen, A., & Hsu. (2011). The importance and use of targeted content knowledge in educational simulation games. In M. Chang, W. Hwang, M. Chen, & W. Muller (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th international conference on E-learning and games, edutainment technologies (pp. 245-247). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2010). Considering literacy and policy in the context of digital environments. Language Arts, 88, 51-61.

    Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Productive failure in CSCL groups. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 4, 21-46.

    Hung, K. H., Kinzer, C., Chen, C. L (2009). Motivational factors in educational MMORPGs: Some implications for education. Transactions on Edutainment III, 93-104.

    Lohnes, S., Wilber, D., & Kinzer, C. K. (2008). Brave new world: Understanding the Net Generation through their eyes.  Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education, 48(1), 21-27.

    Kapur, M.,  Voiklis, J., & Kinzer. C. K. (2008). Sensitivities to early exchange in synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) groups. Computers & Education, 51(1), 54-66.

    Hung, D., Jacobson, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Der-Thanq, V. C.  (2007).  Emergence of Learning in Computer-Supported, Large-Scale Collective Dynamics: A Research Agenda.  In C. Chinn, G. Erkens, & S. Puntambekar (Eds.).  Computer Supportive Collaborative Learning: Mice, Minds, and Society. Proceedings of the Seventh International Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL 2007). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

    Lohnes, S., and Kinzer, C. K.  (2007).  Questioning assumptions about students' expectations for technology in college classrooms.  Innovate, 3(5).  http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=431

    Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007).  Examining the effect of problem type in a synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment.  Education Technology Research and Development, 55(5), 439-459.

    Kinzer, C. K., with M. Schmidt & I. Greenbaum) (2007).  Exploring virtual education: a first-hand account of three second life classes.  Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Second Life Community Conference (pp. 104-106). SLCC: Chicago, IL.

    Han, I. S., Kinzer, & C. K., (2007). Developing a Multimedia Case-based Learning Environment: Teaching Technology Integration to Korean Preservice Teachers.  In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 64-69).  AACE: Chesapeake, VA.

    Goldstein, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007). Does Your Knowledge Affect My Knowledge? Assessing the Effects of an Online Social Environment on Reading Comprehension. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 1807-1811). AACE: Chesapeake, VA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Lohnes, S., Cammack, D. W., Kontovourki, S., Hoffman, D., & Turkay, S.  (2006).  Assessing Preservice Teachers' Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment. In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1611-1616).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Voiklis, J., Kapur, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006).  An Emergentist Account of Collective Cognition in Collaborative Problem Solving.  In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 858-863).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Maloch, E., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006).  The impact of multimedia cases on preservice teachers' learning about literacy teaching: a follow-up study.  The Teacher Educator, 41(3), 158-171.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006).  Insights into the Emergence of Convergence in Group Discussions. In S. Barab, K. E. Hay, N. B. Songer, & D. T. Hickey (Eds.).  Making a Difference: Volume (pp. 962-971).  The Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Cammack, D. W., & Lohnes, S.  (2006).  Assessing Conceptual Change in an Anchored, Case-based Environment.  In S. Barab, K. E. Hay, N. B. Songer, & D. T. Hickey (Eds.).  Making a Difference (pp.1136-1142).  The Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005). Problem solving seen through the lens of complex evolutionary activity: A novel theoretical and analytical framework for analyzing problem-solving processes. InT. Koschmann, D. D. Suthers, & T. Chen (Eds.), Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Conference (pp. 252-261).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Lin, X., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  The importance of technology for making cultural values visible.  Theory into Practice, 42(3), 235-242.

    Rieth, H.J., Bryant, D. P., Kinzer, C. K. Colburn, L. K., Hur, S., Hartman, P., Choi, H. S.  (2003).  An analysis of the impact of anchored instruction on teaching and learning activities in two ninth grade language arts classes.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 173-184.

    Schrader, P. G., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Ataya, R., Labbo, L. D., Teale, W. H., & Cammack, D. W.   (2003). Using Internet delivered video cases, to support pre-service teachers' understanding of effective early literacy instruction: An exploratory study. Instructional Science, 31, 317-340.

    Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Teale, W. H., Cammack, D., Kara-Soteriou, J., et al. (2003). Teacher wisdom stories: Cautions and recommendations for using computer-related technologies for literacy instruction. The Reading Teacher, 57, 300-304.

    King, E. B., Schlundt, D. G., Pichert, J. W., Kinzer, C. K., & Backer, B. A.  (2002). The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 22, 94-102.

    Williams Glaser, C., Rieth, H. J., Kinzer, C. K., Colburn, L. K., & Peter, J.  (2000).  A description of the impact of multimedia anchored instruction on classroom interactions.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 14(2), 27-43.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2000).  The convergence of literacy instruction with networked technologies for information, communication, and education.  Reading Research Quarterly, 35(1), 108-127.

    Lin, X., Hmelo, C., Kinzer, C. K., & Secules, T.  (1999).  Designing Technology to Support Reflection.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 47 (3), 43-62.

    Baker, E., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Effects of Technology on Process Writing:  Are They All Good?  In T. Shannahan & F. Rodriguez-Brown (Eds.), NRC Yearbook (pp. 428-440).  National Reading Conference: Chicago, IL.

    Bloome, D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Hard times or Cosmetics?: Changes in Literacy.  Peabody Journal of Education, 341-375.

    Schlundt, D., Flannery, M. E., Davis, D., Kinzer, C. K., & Pichert, J.  (1999).  Evaluation of a multi-component, behaviorally-oriented, problem-based "summer school" program for adolescents with diabetes.  Behavior Modification, 23(1), 79-105.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1997).  The challenge of change: Exploring literacy and learning in electronic environments.  Language Arts, (74)2, 126-136.

    Schlundt, D., Rea, M., Hodge, M. B., Flannery, M. E., Kline, S. S., Meek, J. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Pichert, J.  (1996).  The Situational Obstacles to Dietary Adherence (SODA) questionnaire for adolescence.  Assessing and overcoming situational obstacles to dietary adherence in adolescents with IDDM.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 19(4), 282-288.

    Sharp, D. L., Bransford, J. D., Goldman, S. R., Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Vye, N. J.  (1995).  Dynamic visual support for story comprehension and mental model building by young, at-risk children.  Educational Technology Research and Development 43(4), 25-42.

    Schlundt, D., Rea, M., Hodge, M. B., Kline, S. S., Flannery, M. E., Davis, D., Kinzer, C. K., & Pichert, J.  (1995).  The Situational Obstacles to Dietary Adherence (SODA) questionnaire for adolescence.  Diabetes, 44 (Suppl 1): 96A.  Published abstract, also selected for presentation at the Scientific Sessions of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, GA, 1995.

    Pichert, J. W., Flannery, M. E., Davis, D. D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (June, 1995).  Impact of problem-based instruction on knowledge, blood glucose, and self-efficacy in adolescents with IDDM.  Diabetes, 44 (Suppl 1): 120A.  Published abstract, also selected for presentation at the Scientific Sessions of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, GA, 1995.

    Flannery, M. E., Schlundt, D., Davis, D., Pichert, J., & Kinzer, C. K. (1995).  Adolescents behavioral coping strategies for situational obstacles to dietary adherence.  Diabetes, 44 (Suppl 1): 260A.  Published abstract, also selected for presentation at the Scientific Sessions of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, GA, 1995.

    Kinzer, C. K., Gabella, M. S., & Rieth, H. J.  (1994).  An argument for using multimedia and anchored instruction to facilitate mildly-disabled students' learning of literacy and social studies.  Technology and Disability Quarterly, 3(2) 117-128.

    Pichert, J. W., Smeltzer, C., Snyder, G. M., Gregory, R. P., Smeltzer, R., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1994).  Traditional vs. anchored instruction for diabetes-related nutritional knowledge, skills, and behavior.  The Diabetes Educator, 20(1), 45-48.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  Anchored instruction and situated cognition revisited: A response to Tripp.  Educational Technology, 34(8), 28-32.

    Pichert, J. W., Meek, J. M., Schlundt, D. G., Flannery, M. E., Hodge, M. B., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1994).  Impact of anchored instruction on problem solving strategies of adolescents with diabetes.  Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 94(9), 1036-1039.

    Pichert, J. W., Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1994).  Problem solving anchored instruction about sick days for adolescents with diabetes.  Patient Education and Counselling, 23, 115-124.

    Pichert, J. W., Murkin, S. A., Snyder, G. M., Boswell, E. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1993).  Problem-based diabetes education using a video anchor.  Diabetes Spectrum, 6(3), 160-164.

    Pichert, J. W, Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1993).  Sydney meets the ketone challenge: A videodisc for teaching diabetes sick-day management through problem solving.  The Diabetes Educator, 18(6), 476-479.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1992).  The Jasper experiment: An exploration of issues in learning and instructional design.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 40, 65-80.

    The above paper won the Outstanding Journal Article Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (Division of Instructional Development).

    Bahr, C., Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H.  (1992).  An analysis of the effects of teacher training and student grouping on reading comprehension skills among mildly handicapped high school students using computer assisted instruction.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 11, 1-19.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1991).  Technology and the design of generative learning environments.  Educational Technology, 31, 34-40.

    Kinzer, C. K. with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1991).  Integrated media: Toward a theoretical framework for using their potential.  Proceedings of the Multimedia Conference, SEP: Washington, DC.

    Pichert, J. & Kinzer, C. K.  1992).  Sydney meets the ketone challenge: A videodisc for teaching diabetes sick-day management through problem solving.  The Diabetes Educator 18(6), 476-479.

    Pichert, J. W., Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1992).  Problem-solving anchored instruction for teaching sick-day rules.  Diabetes, 41 (supplement), 200A.

    Kinzer, C. K., Williams, S. M., & Cunningham, J., J.  (1992).  The young sherlock project: Macrocontexts to enhance learning.  Interface, 1(2), 1-3.

    Murkin, S. A., Snyder, G. M., Pichert, J. W., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1991).  Anchored instruction enhances diabetes problem-solving.  Abstracts of the American Diabetes Association, American Diabetes Association: Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., Schmidt, C. S., & Meltzer, L.  (1990).  Effects of Multimedia to enhance writing ability.  In E. Ellis (Ed.), Proceedings of the National Educational Computing Conference (pp. 249-250).  International Society for Technology in Education: Eugene, OR.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1990).  Anchored instruction and its relationship to situated cognition.  Educational Researcher, 19, 2-10.

    McLarty, K., Goodman, J., Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., Vye, N., Rowe, D. W., & Carson, J.  (1990).  Implementing anchored instruction: Guiding principles for curriculum development.  In J. Zutell & S. McCormick (Eds.), Literacy theory and research: Analysis from multiple perspectives (39th NRC Yearbook, pp. 109-120).  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

    Bransford, J. D., Goin, L., Hasselbring, T. S., Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Williams, S.  (1989).  Learning with technology: Theoretical and empirical perspectives.  Peabody Journal of Education, 64, 5-26.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1989).  Mental models and beliefs about classrooms and reading instruction: A comparison between preservice teachers, inservice teachers, and professors of education.  In S. McCormick & J. Zutell (Eds.), Cognitive and social perspectives for literacy research and instruction (38th NRC Yearbook, pp. 489-500).  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

    Bransford, J. D., Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Rowe, D. W., & Vye, N. J.  (1989).  Designing invitations to thinking: Some initial thoughts.  In S. McCormick & J. Zutell (Eds.), Cognitive and social perspectives for literacy research and instruction (38th NRC Yearbook, pp. 35-54).  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Loofbourrow, M. C.  (1989).  Simulation software vs. expository text:  A comparison of retention across two instructional tools.  Reading Research and Instruction, 28, 41-49.

    Bourne, J. R., Cantwell, J., Kawamura, K., Kinzer, C. K., Li, X., DeBrock, L.  C., Jiang, J., Vargas, J., & Miyasaka, N.  (1988).  Intelligent CAI in engineering: Knowledge representation strategies to facilitate model-based reasoning.  International Journal of Intelligent Systems.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1988).  Instructional frameworks and instructional choices: Comparisons between preservice and inservice teachers.  Journal of Reading Behavior, 20, 357-377. 

    Sweetland, J. J., Abel-Carrick, D. A., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  An analysis of ambiguous oral discourse in reading instruction.  In J. Readence and S. Baldwin (Eds.), Research in literacy: Merging perspectives (36th NRC Yearbook, pp. 187-193).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  Effects of topic and response variables on holistic score.  English Quarterly, 20, 106-120.

    Li, X., Cantwell, J., Bourne, J. R., Kawamura, K., Kinzer, C. K., & Miyasaka, N.  (1987).  A model-based intelligent tutoring system for power distribution systems.  In Z. W. Zas & M. Zemankova (Eds.),  Methodologies for intelligent systems (pp. 107-114).  New York: Elsvir (North-Holland) Science Publishing.

    Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., Bransford, J. D., & Franks, J. J.  (1987).  Some benefits of creating macro-contexts for science instruction:  Initial findings.  Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 24, 417-435.

    Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., Bransford, J. D., Williams, S. M., & Goin, L.  (1987).  New directions for videodiscs.  The Computing Teacher, 14, 10-13.

    Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., & Bransford, J. D.  (1987).  Macrocontexts for learning: Initial findings and issues.  Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1, 93-108.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  A five-part categorization for implementing microcomputers in the reading  classroom.  Journal of Reading, 30, 226-233.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Carrick, D. A.  (1986).  Teacher beliefs as instructional influences.  In J. Niles & R. Lalik (Eds.), Solving problems in literacy:  Learners, teachers, researchers (35th NRC Yearbook, pp. 127-134).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

    Kawamura, K., Bourne, J. R., Kinzer, C. K., & Cozean, L. C.  (1986).  Developing an intelligent tutoring system.  IEEE Journal and Conference Proceedings, 1205-1209.

    Carrick, D. A., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Oral reading miscues and dialect variation:  A study across black and standard English IRI passages.  In J. Niles & R. Lalik (Eds.), Issues in literacy:  A research perspective  (pp. 344-349).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., Bauch, J. P., Saks, D. H., Clouse, R. W., & Deck, L. L.  (1985).  A compilation of ideas:  Comments on and reactions to ideas presented at the Planning the School of the Future Conference.  Peabody Journal of Education, 62, 118-132.

    Kinzer, C. K., Littlefield, J., Delclos, V. R., & Bransford, J. D.  (1985).  Different Logo learning environments and mastery:  Relationships between engagement and learning.  Computers in the Schools, 2, 33-44.

    Reprinted in C. Maddux, Editor  (1986).  Logo in the schools.  New York:  Hawthorne Press.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Assessment types and instructional decision-making:  An overview.  Kentucky Reading Teacher, 6, 6-10.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Stone, R. J.  (1983).  A comparative study of educators' perceptions and use of mandated reading assessments.  Reading Horizons, 21 (1), 64-68.

    Ruddell, R. B., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  Test preferences and competencies of field educators.  In J. Niles & L. Harris (Eds.), New inquiries in reading research and instruction  (pp. 196-199).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K., &  Muhtadi, N. A.  (1980).  Ability grouping and affective behavior: A relationship.  Comment on Education, 11, 7-10.

    Tuinman, J. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Muhtadi, N. A.  (1980).  A short-cut to testing passage comprehension.  Reading Horizons, 20, 102-105.

    Mallett, W. G., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1980).  Determining reading ability in science.  B.C. Science Teacher, 22, 13-15.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Chester, R. D.  (1978).  Reading programs in the secondary school.  Saskatchewan Journal of Educational Research and Development, 8, 27-33.

     

    2.   Books

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2011).  Phonics, phonemic awareness, and word analysis for teachers: An interactive tutorial (9th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Verhoeven, L.  (2008).  Interactive literacy education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, an imprint of Taylor Francis Group.

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Wilson, R. M., & Hall, M.  (2006).  Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers: An Interactive Tutorial (8th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  Effective literacy instruction, K-8: Implementing best practice (5th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall Publishers.

    Wilson, R. M., Hall, M., Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2001).  Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers.  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Effective literacy instruction, K-8 (4th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall Publishers.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hinchman, K. A., & Leu, D. J. (Eds.).  (1997).  Inquiries in literacy theory and practice.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Hinchman, K.  (Eds.).  (1996).  Literacies for the 21st century: Views from research and practice.  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

    Hinchman, K., Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J. (Eds.).  (1995).  Perspectives on literacy research and practice.  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1995).  Effective Reading Instruction, K-8 (3rd ed.).  Columbus, OH: Macmillan.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (Eds.).  (1994).  Multidimensional aspects of literacy research, theory and practice.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (Eds.)  (1993).  Examining central issues in literacy research, theory, and practice.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J. (Eds.)  (1992).  Literacy research, theory, and practice: Views from many perspectives.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1991).  Effective reading instruction, K-8.  New York: Merrill (an imprint of Macmillan Publishing).

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  Effective reading instruction in the elementary grades.  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill, 592 pp.

    Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J. D. (Eds.).  (1986).  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications.  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill, 385 pp.

    Kinzer, C. K. (Ed.).  (1985).  The school of the future.  Peabody Journal of Education  (Special Issue, vol.  62 (2), 131 pp.).

     

    3.   Book Chapters

     

    Kleifgen, J., Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D. L., Gorski, K., Kim, J., Lira, A., & Ronan, B. (2014). An argument for a multimodal, online system to support English learners' writing development. In R. S., Anderson, & C. Mims (Eds.), Handbook of research on digital tools for writing instruction in K-12 settings (pp. 171-192). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5982-7.ch009

    Turkay, S., & Kinzer, C. K. (2014, June). The effects of avatar-based customization on player identification in extended MMO gameplay. Proceedings of Games, Learning, Society. Pittsburg, PA: ETC/Carnegie Mellon Press.

    Turkay, S., Hwang, M., Chantes, P., Hoffman, D., Kinzer, C. K., Choi, A., & Hsu, S. (2014). No hands needed: Investigating the affordances of using a Brain Computer Interface (BCI) as a game controller and its potential effect on learning and user experience. Proceedings of Games, Learning, Society. Pittsburg, PA: ETC/Carnegie Mellon Press.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D. L., Turkay, S., Paek, S., Chantes, P., & Gunbas, N. (2013, June). Designs for Learning: Examining Customization, Modality, and User Control in Game-Based Learning Environments. In World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (Vol. 2013, No. 1, pp. 1193-1198). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

    Hoffman, D. L., Kinzer, C. K., Turkay, S., Paek, S., Chantes, P., & Gunbas, N. (2013, June). Part 2: Designs for Learning: Examining Customization, Modality, and User Control in Game-Based Learning Environments: Part One. In World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(Vol. 2013, No. 1, pp. 997-1002). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Coiro, J., Castek, J., & Henry, L. A. (2013). New Literacies: A Dual-Level Theory of the Changing Nature of Literacy, Instruction, and Assessment. In D. Alvermann, N. Unruh, & R B. Ruddell (Eds.), Theoretical models and processes of reading (8th ed., pp. 1150-1181). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

    Lohnes Waltulak, S. & Kinzer, C. K. (2013). Beyond technology skills: Toward a framework for cortical digital literacies in preservice technology education. In J. Avila & J. Pandya (Eds.), Critical digital literacies as social praxis (pp. 127-153). New York: Peter Lang.

    Plass, J. L., Homer, B. D., Kinzer, C. K., Chang, Y. K., Frye, J., Kaczetow, W., Isbister, K., & Perlin, K. (2013). Metrics in Simulations and Games for Learning. In M. S. El-Nasr, Drachen, A., & Canossa, A. (Eds.), Game analytics: Maximizing the value of player data (pp. 697-729). New York: Springer.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2011). A complexity-grounded model for the emergence of convergence in CSCL groups. In S. Puntambekar, G. Erkens, & C. E. Hmelo-Silver (Eds.), Aanalyzing interactions in CSCL: Methodologies, approaches and issues (pp. 3-24). New York, NY: Springer.

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Alternative spaces for education with and through technology. In H. Varenne & E. Gordon (Eds.). Comprehensive education explorations, possibilities, challenges (pp.139-186). Lewiston, NY: Ewin Mellen Press.

    Schrier, K., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Using digital games to develop ethical teachers. In D. Gibson & Y. Baek (Eds.), Digital simulations for improving education: Learning through artificial teaching environments (pp. 308-333). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Wilber, D. J.  (2008).  Computer support in (hi)story construction: Using technology to scaffold students' understanding.  In C. K. Kinzer & L. Verhoeven (Eds.), Interactive literacy education: facilitating literacy environments through technology (pp. 217-244). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

    Wilber, D. J., Lohnes, S., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2008).  Supporting preservice teacher education through a multimedia case-based online learning environment.  In C. K. Kinzer & L. Verhoeven (Eds.), Interactive literacy education: facilitating literacy environments through technology (pp. 285-308). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

    Verhoeven L. & Kinzer, C. K.  (2008).  Facilitating literacy environments through technology.  In C. K. Kinzer & L. Verhoeven (Eds.), Interactive literacy education: facilitating literacy environments through technology (pp. 1-12). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

    Kinzer, C. K., Cammack, D. W., Labbo, L. D., Teale, W. H., & Sanny, R. (2006). The need to (re)conceptualize pre-service literacy teacher development: Technology's role and considerations of design, pedagogy and research. In McKenna, M. C., Labbo, L. D., Keiffer, R. E., & Reinking, D. (Eds.), International handbook of literacy and technology (Vol. 2, pp. 211-233). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2005).  The intersection of schools, communities, and technology: Recognizing children's use of new literacies.  In R. A. Karchmer, M. M. Mallette, J. Kara-Soteriou, & D. J. Leu (Eds.), Using the internet to support new literacies: Innovative approaches to literacy education (pp. 65-84).  Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Coiro, J., & Cammack, D. W.  (2004).  In R. B. Ruddell & N. Unruh (Eds.).  Theoretical models and processes of reading (5th ed., pp. 1570-1613).  Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Leander, K.  (2003).  Technology and the language arts: Implications of an expanded definition of literacy.  In  J. Flood, D. Lapp, J. R.  Squire, & J. M. Jensen (Eds.), Handbook of research and teaching the English language arts (pp. 546-566).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  Toward a theoretical framework of new literacies on the Internet: Central principles.  In J. C. Richards & M. C. McKenna (Eds.), Integrating multiple literacies in K-8 Classrooms: Cases, commentaries, and practical applications (pp. 18-37).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  The special power of multimedia cases to invite democratic teaching and learning.  In R. F. McNergney, E. R. Ducharme & M. K. Ducharme (Eds.), Educating for democracy (pp. 45-60).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (1998).  Multimedia and Enhanced Learning: Transforming Preservice Education.  In D. Reinking, M. McKenna, L. Labbo, & R. Kieffer (Eds.), Handbook of technology and literacy: Transformations in a post-typographic world (pp. 185-202).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1995).  An anchored instruction perspective on education with a focus on engineering education.  In J. Bourne, A. Broderson, & M. Dawant (Eds.), The influence of technology on engineering education (pp. 66-81).  New York: CRC Press.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (1995).  Improving teacher education through dissemination of videodisc-based case procedures and influencing the teaching of future college professionals.  In S. P. McGraw & S. L.Newkirk (Eds.). Fund for the improvement of secondary education: Program book and project descriptions (pp. 181-182).  Washington, DC: Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  Using multimedia environments for developing literacy in at-risk students.  In B. Means (Ed.), Technology and educational reform: The reality behind the promise (pp. 23-56).  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  Anchored instruction and situated cognition revisited: A response to Tripp.  In H. McLellan (Ed.), Perspectives on situated learning.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publishers.

          This is a reprint of the article by the same name in Educational Technology, 34(8), 28-32.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  From visual word problems to learning communities: Changing conceptions to cognitive research.  In K. McGilly (Ed.), Classroom lessons: Integrating cognitive theory and classroom practice (pp. 157-200).  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press/Bradford Books.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  Toward integrated curricula: Possibilities from anchored instruction.  In M. Rabinowitz (Ed.), Developing instruction and assessing competence (pp. 33-55).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  An anchored instruction approach to cognitive skills acquisition and intelligent tutoring.  In J. W. Regian & V.. J. Shute (Eds.), Cognitive approaches to automated instruction (pp. 135-170).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  Anchored instruction and science and mathematics: Theoretical basis, Developmental projects, and initial research findings.  In R. Duschl & R. Hamilton (Eds.), Philosophy of science, cognitive psychology, and educational theory and practice (pp. 244-273).  New York: SUNY Press.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  Designing learning environments that support thinking: The Jasper series as a case study.  In T. M. Duffy, J. Lowyck, & D. H. Jonassen (Eds.), Designing environments for constructive learning (pp. 9-36).  New York: Springer-Verlag.

    Bransford, J. D., Sharp, D., Goldman, S., Kinzer, C. K., & Soraci, S.  (1992).  Literacy in an age of integrated media.  In M. J. Dreher & W. Slater (Eds.), Elementary school literacy: Critical issues (pp. 183-210).  Norwood, MA: Christopher Gordon Publishers.

    Bransford, J. D., Vye, N. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V.  (1990).  Teaching thinking and content knowledge: Toward an integrated approach.  In B. F. Jones & L. Idol (Eds.), Dimensions of thinking and cognitive instruction (pp. 381-413).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Bransford, J. D., Sherwood, R. D., Hasselbring, T. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S. M.  (1990).  Anchored instruction: Why we need it and how technology can help.  In D. Nix & R. Spiro (Eds.), Cognition, education and multimedia (pp. 115-141).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  Universals of computer systems.  In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 31-57).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

    Bransford, J. D., Kinzer, C. K., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1986).  Com-puters as educa-tional tools.  In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 3-14).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hynds, S., & Loofbourrow, M. C.  (1986).  Microcomputer applications in reading and writing instruction.  In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 213-252).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

    Loofbourrow, M. C., Kinzer, C. K., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1986).  Microcomputers: Issues of ethics and equity. In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 131-146).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

     

    4.   Computer Software, Video

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2000).  Consultant to Best practices in reading.  A nine-part video/broadcast series for Nashville Public Television.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1999).  Instructional practices in reading: A videotape to accompany the book, Effective Literacy Instruction, K-8, 4th edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Instructor's guide and test bank to accompany the book, Effective Literacy Instruction, K-8, 4th edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (1993-1995).  Eight videodisc-based cases for use in preservice reading methods classes (funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education: FIPSE).  Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1985-1995).  I am coauthor on several videodisc and software products through Peabody/Vanderbilt's Learning Technology Center, for example:  videodiscs from The Jasper Woodbury Problem Solving Series, The Little Planet Young Children's Literacy Series, The IBM Museum Project Videodisc, The Adult Literacy Videodisc, and others.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1995).  Instructional practices in reading: A videotape to accompany the book, Effective Reading Instruction, K-8, 3rd edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1987).  Microtest computerized test bank to accompany Leu & Kinzer's "Effective Reading Instruction."   Columbus, OH: Merrill.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (Technology Consultant).  (1987).  Comprehension enhancement computer software.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1995).  Instructional practices in reading: A videotape to accompany the book, Effective Reading Instruction, K-8, 2nd edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.


    5.   Technical Reports, Proceedings, ERIC Documents

     

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2014). STEPS to literacy: Improving the academic literacy skills of ELL learners (Final Report).  Washington DC: USDOE/Institute of Instructional Sciences.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2011). Lit: A Game Intervention for Nicotine Smokers (Final Report). Boston: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2011). STEPS to literacy: Improving the academic literacy skills of ELL learners (Year 2 Annual Report).  Washington DC: USDOE/Institute of Instructional Sciences.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2010). Lit: A Game Intervention for Nicotine Smokers (Year 1 Annual Report). Boston: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J. (2009).  Examining issues of use and sustainability: broad-based implementation of anchored instruction to enhance the literacy and social studies skills of mildly disabled learners.  Final Report, 107pp.  Washington, DC: USDOE, Office of Special Education Programs, Federal Records Center Archive.

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). STEPS to Literacy: Improving the Academic Literacy Skills of ELL Learners: Year 1 Report.  USDOE/Institute of Instructional Sciences.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (2007).  Evaluating the Use and Implementation of Anchored Instruction Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Learning of Mildly Disabled Students: Year Three Progress Report.  Office of Special Education Programs, USDOE: Federal Records Center, 107pp.

    Kleifgen, J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007). STEPS to Literacy.  Final project report to the Kellogg Foundation.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (2006).  Evaluating the Use and Implementation of Anchored Instruction Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Learning of Mildly Disabled Students: Year Two Progress Report.  Office of Special Education Programs, USDOE.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W.  (2006).  Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement, Year Five Progress Report.  NSF.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005). Problem solving as a complex, evolutionary activity: A methodological framework for analyzing problem-solving processes in a computer-supported collaborative environment. Proceedings the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Conference 2005, Taipei, Taiwan.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W.  (2003).  Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement, Year Three Progress Report.  NSF.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W.  (2001).  Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement: Year One Progress Report.  NSF.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (2000).  Evaluating the Use and Implementation of Anchored Instruction Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Learning of Mildly Disabled Students: Year One Progress Report. (1999-2000).

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (1998).  An Integrated Curriculum and Knowledge Approach to Literacy and Social Studies Instruction for Students with Mild Disabilities: Final Report. (1993-1997).  Final report on a three-year project funded by the USDOE/SEP.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, (1977).  Improving Teacher Education through Dissemination of Videodisc-based Case Procedures and Influencing the Teaching of Future College Professionals: Final Report. (1994-1997).  Final report on a three-year project funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1994).  Improving undergraduate teacher education with technology and case-based instruction.  Final report on a three-year project funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).

    Kinzer, C. K., & Baker, E. A.  (1991).  Policy implications of new and emerging technologies.  Charleston, West Virginia: Appalachia Educational Laboratory.

    Kawamura, K., Bourne, J. R., Cantwell, J., DeBrock, L., Jiang, J., Shenoy, R., Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S.  (1988).  Creating an intelligent, interactive tutoring system:  Final report.  Center for Intelligent Systems: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

    Kawamura, K., Bourne, J. R., Cantwell, J., DeBrock, L., Jiang, J., Shenoy, R., Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S. (1987).  Research on generic training systems: Phase II final report.  Center for Intelligent Systems: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

    Bransford, J. D., Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., & Hasselbring, T. S.  (1985).  Havens for learning:  Toward a framework for developing effective uses of technology (Tech. Rep. No. 85.1.1).  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University, Learning Technology Center.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262752).

    Stone, R. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Effects of Spanish/English language pattern differences on ESL learners' comprehension of English text.  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University, Department of Teaching and Learning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 266434).

    Kinzer, C. K., Littlefield, J., Delclos, V. R., & Bransford, J. D.  (1984).  Different logo learning environments and mastery:  Relationships between engagement and learning (Tech. Rep. No. 84.1.4).  Peabody/Vanderbilt Learning Technology Center:  NIMH (MH-38253).  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262751).

    Kinzer, C. K., & Stone, R. J.  (1983).  A comparative study of educators' perceptions and use of mandated reading assessments.  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University, Department of Teaching and Learning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 228628).

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1983).  Comprehension deficits from inability to shift schemata:  Interference of existing knowledge on acquiring new knowledge from text.  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University Department of Teaching and Learning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 230904).

    Murphy, S., Carroll, K., Kinzer, C. K., & Robyns, A.  (1982).  A study of a writing prompt by its authors, the student writers, and the raters (Tech. Rep. No. 4).  University of California, Berkeley:  Bay Area Writing Project (NIE-G-80-0034).

    Kinzer, C. K., & Murphy, S.  (1982).  The effects of topic and response variables on holistic score:  A preliminary study and validation of an analysis technique (Tech. Rep. No. 3).  University of California, Berkeley:  Bay Area Writing Project (NIE-G-80-0034).

    Kinzer, C. K., & Muhtadi, N. A.  (1977).  Assessment of junior high school students' attitudes toward school when in homogenous and heterogeneous ability groupings  (Report No. 77:25).  Vancouver, Canada:  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1977).  Evaluation of a functioning reading center (Report No. 77:2).  Vancouver, Canada:  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia.

     

     

    HONORS / AWARDS

     

    Elected Board Member (2003-2005) for the National Reading Conference.

     

    Computers in Reading Research Award (2003) from the Technology and Literacy Special Interest Group of the International Reading Association "for groundbreaking work in the use of anchor cases for preservice teacher preparation."

     

    Consultant to the Center for Information Technology Education, 2003 - 2008.

     

    Visiting Scholar, Nijmegen Literacy Research Center, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, June, 1999.

     

    The Jasper experiment: An exploration of issues in learning and instructional design.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 40, 65-80.  (Co-recipients: Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt).  This paper won the Outstanding Journal Article Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (Division of Instructional Development).  The award was presented at the annual AECT conference, New Orleans, LA.  (January, 1993)

     

    Peabody Multimedia Adult Literacy Program.  (Co-recipients: L. Goin, T. Hasselbring, V. Risko).  This program won a National Certificate of Achievement Award, placing sixth out of 750 programs that were examined as part of the Johns Hopkins National Search for Computing Applications to Assist Persons with Disabilities.  The award was presented at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. (February, 1992).

     

    An Interactive Videodisc Program to Teach Sick-day Rules.  (Co-recipients: E. Boswell, J. Pichert, G. Snyder).  This program won the 1992 American Association of Diabetes Educators' Allene Van Son Award for Diabetes Patient Education Tools.  The award was presented at the 19th AADE annual meeting in Anaheim, CA. (August, 1992).

     

    Some benefits of creating macro-contexts for science instruction:  Initial findings.  Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 24, 417-435.  (Co-recipients: J. Bransford, J. Franks, R. Sherwood).  This paper won the National Association for Research in Science Teaching JRST award as the paper making the most significant contribution during the 1987 volume year.  The award was presented at the annual meeting of the NARST.  (April, 1987).

     

     

                            SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

     

                                        1.  Representative University Service

     

    Member, School Partnership Advisory Committee, 2008-

    Member, Research Advisory Committee, Sharon L. Kagan, Chair, 2005-.

    Member, Student Conduct Committee 2007-2009.

    Member, TC Faculty Search Committees, 2004-2007.

    Chair, CCTE Faculty Search Committee, 2004-05, 2006-07, 2008-09.

    Presenter to TC visitors from China, Singapore, Taiwan, Canada, Columbia, and other nations, 2003-continuing.

    Member, TC Computer and Technology Advisory Committee, Ena Haines, Chair, continuing.

    Member, Vanderbilt University Faculty Senate, 1999-2002

    Member, Vanderbilt University Faculty Senate SubCommittee on Senate Affairs, 1999-2001

    Member, Peabody Faculty Council Committee on Academic Affairs 1999-2001

    Member or Chairperson of several Departmental Committee's, e.g., Search Committees for Faculty in Mathematics Education (filled by Professors McNair, Thompson), English Education (filled by Professor Bloome), Educational Technology (filled by Professor Sherwood), Director of Student Teaching (filled by Professors Neely, Granier, Palka), Early Childhood Education (filled by Professor Rowe), Language and Literacy Education (filled by Professor Leander).

    Member, Department Committee to Structure Departmental Directions, 1997

    Member, Department Committee to Identify Candidates for Department Chair, 1997-98

    Member, Departmental Elementary Education Program Committee, 1977-

    Member, Peabody College Steering Committee on Graduate Programs, 1992-1998

    Member, Peabody College Committee to Review University Research Council Award proposals, 1996-97

    Member, Student Affairs Committee of the Peabody Faculty Council, 1996-1998

    Member, Peabody College Ad Hoc Committee to Evaluate the Human Development Counseling program, 1997-98

    Member, Academic Standards Committee of the Peabody Faculty Council, 1994-96.

    Chairperson, Academic Standards Committee of the Peabody Faculty Council, 1993-94.

    Chairperson, Peabody College Faculty Council, 1990-1991.

    Elected Member, Peabody College Faculty Council, 1988-1991.

    Chairperson, Peabody College Curriculum Committee, 1989-1990.

    Member, Vanderbilt University Technology Steering Committee Task Force to Investigate Demonstrations of Exemplary Practice, 1995-96

    Member, Vanderbilt University Faculty Senate, 1993-1996.

    Member, Vanderbilt University Student Affairs Committee, 1993-1996.

    Member, Vanderbilt University Conduct Council, 1989-1991.

     

            2.  Representative Service Outside the University

     

    Consultant to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting: The New Electric Company, 2006-2010.

    Consultant to "Ready to Learn," 2005-2006.

    Chairperson, Committee on Studies and Research:Programs, International Reading Association, 2000-2003.

    Member, Technical Expert Group and Advisory Panel for the Department of Health and Human Services (OSAP Resource Center: Communicating with the Hard to Reach), 1992-1994.

    Chairperson, Research and Studies Committee: Programs of the International Reading Association, 1991-93.

    Member, Site-based Management Team for Percy Priest Elementary School, 1993-1995.

    Member, Research and Studies Committee of the International Reading Association, 1990-93.

    Chairperson, Journal of Reading Evaluation Team for the International Reading Association, 1989-90.

    Committee Member, Publications Committee of the International Reading Association, 1988-91.

    Reviewer and Committee Member, A.J. Harris Research Award, International Reading Association, 1987.

    Field Council Executive Committee Member, National Reading Conference, 1985-1990.

    Field Council Member, National Reading Conference, 1982-1988.

    Adviser, California Reading Association, 1981-82.


    SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

                (From 1980, major conferences)

     

                1.  Competitive / Reviewed Papers

     

    Homer, B. D., Kinzer, C. K., Plass, J. L., Letourneau, S. et al. (2014, April). How do Kinect -based literacy games compare to reading with a caretaker? The effects of medium and interactivity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2014, December). Multimodal scholarship: Academic writing in online spaces. Discussant paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association. Austin, TX.

    Lin, P., Kinzer, C. K., & Lowes, S. (2014, April). Leadership matters: A study on classroom implementation and practices in k-12 STEM professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.

    Lira, A., Ronan, B., & Kinzer, C. K. (2013, December). Emergent Bilinguals' Use of Embedded Scaffolds to Construct Text in an Online Writing Space. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association. Austin, TX.Kinzer, C. K., Ekin, I., Kleifgen, J., Hoffman, D. L. (2012, December). Furthering the Implementation of a Theoretically Sound Writing Space for Emergent Bilinguals Using Online Technologies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N., & Chantes, P. (2012, April). Shaping the play experience: examining feedback and choice in games for learning. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, B.C.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D. L., Turkay, S. Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T., & Chaiwinij, A . (2012, December). Relating Perceptual User Interfaces, New Literacies, and Embodied Cognition in Young Children's Literacy Learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Lohnes Watulak, S., & Kinzer, C. K. (2012, December). The Development of a Theoretical Framework for Critical Digital Literacies in Pre-Service Education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kleifgen, J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2012, April). A Design-based approach to enhance the academic writing performance of emergent bilinguals. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, B.C.

    Garber, A., Jamalian, A., Levitan, P., Mezei, J., & Kinzer, C. K (2012, June). Lit2Quit: Developing a mobile game for smoking reduction. Paper presented at the 3rd annual Mobile Serious Games Conference, Boston MA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Chantes, P., Gunbas, N., Dvorkin, T., Chaiwinij. A. (2012, June). The Impact of Choice and Feedback on Learning, Motivation, and Performance in an Educational Video Game. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Games Learning Society, Madison, WI.

    Turkay, Hoffman, D., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Adinolf, S., & Kinzer, C. K. (2012, June). Exploring a New Approach to Visual Asset Design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Games Learning Society, Madison, WI.

    Kinzer, C. K., Turkay, S., Hoffman, D., Gunbas, N., & Chantes, P. (2011, December). Eyetracking students' focus in a multimodal text: implications for pre-service educators. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Jacksonville, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K., Kleifgen, J., Ronan, B., Gorski, K., Martin, A., & Hoffman, D.  (2011, December). Developing and testing a digital writing space for emergent bilingual adolescents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Jacksonville, FL.

    Jamalian, A., Mezei, J., Levitan, P., Garber, A., Hammer, J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2011, June). The Lit2Quit mobile app: evoking game-based physiological effects that mimic smoking. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Games Learning Society, Madison, WI.

    Paek, S., Hoffman, D., Saravanos, A., Black, J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2011). The role of modality in virtual manipulative design. Paper presented at CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Vancouver, BC.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N., & Chantes, P. (2011, September). Games, education and technology: overview and workshop for Microsoft Research and Sesame Workshop, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T. & Chaiwinij, A. (2011, December). ESL/TOEFL Possibilities with technology: overview and workshop for Sesame Workshop, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D. L., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N., Nagle, C. (2011, April). Format matters: Narrative, learning, and motivation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Saravanos, A., & Kinzer, C. K. (2011, April). Exploring the learning implications of errors in instruction through asynchronous media. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kleifgen, J., Kinzer, C. K., Ronan, B., Velasquez, K., Gorski, K., Hoffman, D. Nagle, C. (2011, March). STEPS to literacy: A Multimodal digital writing environment for latino adolescents. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Chicago, IL

    Kinzer, C. K., Kleifgen, J., Ronan, B., Gorski, K., Nagle, C., & Velasquez, K. (2011, April). STEPS to literacy: Developing a digital writing space for emergent bilingual adolescents. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Lohnes Watulak, S. & Kinzer, C. K. (2011, April). Beyond technology skills: Toward a framework for critical digital literacies in preservice technology education. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Garber, A.,  Levitan, P., Mezei, J., Jamalian, A., Rabinowitz, D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2011, June). Lit 2 Quit: A mobile game for smoking reduction using breathing techniques. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Games For Change, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Turkay, S., Hoffman, D., Gunbas, N.  (2011, June). Students' focus in a multimodal text: Connecting eye-tracking data to narrative comprehension. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Games, Learning and Society, Madison, WI.

    Rabinowitz, D., Garber, A., Jamalian, A., Levitan, P., Mezei, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Hammer, J. (2011, May). Lit2Quit mobile game: Lessons learned from an experiment in breath-based interaction and gesture computing. Paper presented at the meeting of TCETC3, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Rieth, H. J., & Thomas, C. N. (2010, December). The design and implementation of a professional development website for literacy teachers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Fort Worth, TX.

    Kleifgen, J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2010, November). STEPS to literacy: Designing a better future for ELL writers. Invited featured speaker session presented to the New York State TESOL annual meeting, Albany, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S. Gunbas, N., & Nagel, C. (2010, December).  Understanding narrative elements in digital and traditional texts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Fort Worth, TX.

    Mezei, J., Jamalian, A., Levitan, P., Kinzer, C. K., & Garber, A. (2010, October). A mobile game aiming to evoke arousal effects of nicotine. Paper presented at the annual Meaningful Play Conference, East Lancing, MI.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2010, October). Lit: A Game Intervention for Nicotine Smokers. Presented at the annual project directors' meeting, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Portland, OR.

    Levitan, P., Mezei, J., Alex, N., Jamalian, A., Hammer, J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2010, June). Educated by Design: Lit to Quit - A Mobile Game for Smoking Reduction.  Paper presentation at the Games, Learning, and Society annual meeting, Madison, WI.

    Mezei, J., Alexa, N. Jamalian, A., Levitan, P., Hammer, KJ., & Kinzer, C.K. (2010, April). Lit: A game intervention for nicotine smokers. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.

    Saravanos, A., Curinga, M., Saravanos, A., Richards, R., Paek, S., & Kinzer, C. (2010, April). Examining the effects of instructor errors in asynchronous video. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.

    Jamalian, A., Levitan, P., Mezei, J., Alex, N., Hammer, J., & Kinzer, C. (2010, May). Lit to quit: How a mobile game might help you stop smoking! Presented at the Games for Health Conference, Boston, MA. 

    Kinzer, C. K. (2010, April). Designing and evaluating an integrated GED/technology education program that prepares adults for the 21st century workplace. Symposium Discussant; Presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Turkay, S. (2009, April). College students' expectations and use of a virtual environment: Examining teaching and possibilities of an emerging technology in a college course. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Hung, K. H., Kinzer, C., Chen, C. L (2010, April). Using an educational MMORPG as a learning tool -- student characteristics and their learning performances in Ed-Wonderland. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Lohnes, S., & Turkay, S. (2009, April). Phases of the integrated curriculum project: Development of the anchored instruction curriculum and project research design. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2009, December). Whose new literacies are we talking about, and how?  Paper presentation at the annual meting of the Literacy Research Association, Albuquerque, NM.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2009, December). Applying Web 2.0 structures to case-based learning in preservice literacy education. Paper presentation at the annual meting of the Literacy Research Association, Albuquerque, NM.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Nagle, C., & Gunbas, N.  (2010, June). Toward a universal game design assessment tool: Establishing a game design patterns rubric. Paper presentation at the Games, Learning, and Society annual meeting, Madison, WI.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Nagle, C., & Gunbas, N.  (2010, June). Narrative Format, Design and Understanding: Are Games the Best Way to Tell a Story? Paper presentation at the Games, Learning, and Society annual meeting, Madison, WI.

    Saravanos, A., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009, July). The positive effects of explanation after CE in AVBL. Presentation at the 14th ACM-SIGCSE Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education. Paris, France.

    Hammer, J., Black, J., Andrews, G. B., Kinzer, C. K., & Zhou, Z. (2009, April). Games and education: A preparation for future learning approach. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

    Hammer, J., Black, J., Andrews, G. B., Kinzer, C. K., & Zhou, Z. (2009, April). Games as virtual experience: Implications for teaching and design. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

    Hung, K-H., Chen, C-L. A., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009, August). Motivational factors in educational MMORPGs: Some implications for education. Paper presentation at the 4th International Conference on E-Learning and Games (Edutainment 2009). Banff, Alberta, Canada.

    Hung, K-H., Chen, C-L. A., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009, June). The Design and development of an educational MMORPG to teach English vocabulary. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Games, Learning and Society Conference, Madison, WI.

    Hung, K. H., Chen, C. C., Kinzer, C. K. (2009, June). The design of a gender inclusive educational massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG) - Ed-Wonderland.  Paper presentation at the International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace, NYC, NY.

    Kinzer, C. & Turkay, S. (2008, September). Iterations of teaching in Second Life: What we know and need to know about student backgrounds, teaching possibilities, and learning outcomes. Paper presented at Second Life Community Convention, Tampa, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2008, December). Academic literacy in virtual environments: a preliminary study of new literacy needs for academic success. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2008, December). Cases for conceptual change in pre-service technology and literacy instruction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL

    Goldstein, M. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2008, April). Extending Schema Theory to Social Aspects of Learning: A Study in an Online Environment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Lohnes, S., & Hoffman, D. (2008, April). Using Video to Anchor Instruction in Middle School Inclusion Classrooms: An Overview and Previous Results. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2008, March).  College Students in Virtual Worlds: Understanding the Possibilities of Virtual Worlds for College Instruction.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

    Fisher, C. E., Kinzer, C. K., Schrier, K., Lohnes, S., & Goldstein, M. (2008, March).  What educators need to know: Understanding multifaceted learners and information technologies. Symposium at the annual meeting of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

    Kinzer, C.K. (2007, December). Designing and Using Technology in Literacy Education Courses/Programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2007, December). Virtual Worlds and New Literacies = Real Pedagogies: Examining Teaching, Learning and Literacies in Virtual Communities of Practice. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Turkay, S., Adinolf, A., & Kinzer, C. K. (2008, June). Customizability in MMO Games and Its Effect on Player Enjoyment and Motivation. Presented at the annual meeting of Games, Learning and Society, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Han, I., & Kinzer C. K.  (June, 2008). Examining the Effectiveness of a Multimedia Case-based Environment for Teaching Technology Integration to Korean Preservice Teachers. Paper presented at the ICLS annual meeting, Utrecht, Netherlands.

    Rieth, H. J., Thomas, C. N., Kinzer, C. K., & Colburn, L. K.  (2008, June). The Impact and Sustainability of Multimedia Anchored Instruction with a Highly Diverse Sample of Middle School Students Enrolled in Inclusive Classrooms.  Presented at Ed-Media: The World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vienna, Austria.

    Schmidt, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Greenbaum, I.  (2007, September).  Exploring virtual education: A first-hand account of 3 second life classes.  Presented at the Second Life education (SLCC) conference, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (with M. Schmidt & I. Greenbaum) (2007, August).  Exploring virtual education: a first-hand account of three second life classes.  Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Second Life Community Conference (pp. 104-106). SLCC: Chicago, IL.  Available: http://cis.paisley.ac.uk/livi-ci0/slccedu2007rev2.doc

    Han I.S., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007, August).  Developing a multimedia case-based learning environment: Teaching technology integration  to Korean preservice teachers.  Presented a the Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vancouver, Canada.

    Goldstein, M. & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007, August).  Does your knowledge affect my knowledge?  Assessing the effects of an online social environment on reading comprehension.  Presented a the Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vancouver, Canada.

    Huang, J. & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007, August).  Friends-based English teaching: An empirical study of how this approach changes Chinese high school students' language learning ideology.  Presented a the Ed-Media 2007 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vancouver, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2007, August).  Exploring virtual education: Possibilities of Virtual Worlds.  SLCC: Chicago, IL.

    Huang, J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007, April). How Does Video Task-based Teaching Change Chinese High School Students' EFL Classroom Interaction?: A Qualitative Study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (with G. Andrews, J. Black, J. Hammer, & Z. Zhou).  (2007, March).  Serious Games: A Preparation for Future Learning Approach.  Presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Game Developers Conference: Serious Games Summit, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Curinga, M.  STEPS+G: A Framework for Multiple Perspectives  to Enrich Latino Students' Academic Writing.  (2007, April).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007, April).  Sensitivities to Early Exchange in Synchronous Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Groups. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K., Lohnes, S., Kapur, M., Kontouvourki, S., Hoffman, D., & Turkay , S. (2007, April).   Tracking Engagement: How Pre-service Students Use and Learn From a Complex, Multimedia, Online Case Environment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L., Lohnes, S., Love, M., & Wilber, D. (2007, April).   Looking Back to the Future: Implications for Creating, Implementing, and Researching Multimedia Cases in Pre-service Education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Hillinger, M. & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, October).  CO2FX: A case study in integrating instructional and game design. Paper presented at the biannual meeting of the Serious Games Summit, Washington, DC.

    Hung, D., Jacobson, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Der-Thanq, V. C.  (2007, July).  Emergence of Learning in Computer-Supported, Large-Scale Collective Dynamics: A Research Agenda.  In C. Chinn, G. Erkens, & S. Puntambekar (Eds.).  Paper presented at the International Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL 2007), Rutgers, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Lohnes, S., Wilber-Cammack, D., Turkay, S., & Hoffman, D.  Assessing Change in Pre-Service Teachers' Knowledge Structure and Elaboration Through Concept Webs and Narrative Assessments.  (2006, December).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Lohnes, S., Kapur, M., Hoffman, D., & Kontovourki, S. (2006, December).  Paths to Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2006, December).  Exploring the Acquisition of New Literacies in Technologically-Literate College Students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2006, December). Advances in Technology Use for Literacy Educators. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Lohnes, S., Cammack, D. W., Kontovourki, S., Hoffman, D., & Turkay, S.  (2006, July).  Assessing Preservice Teachers' Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment.  Presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society in cooperation with the 5th International Conference on Cognitive Science (Asian-Pacific Region), Vancouver, Canada.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006, July).  Insights into the Emergence of Convergence in Group Discussions.  Presented at the 7th International Conference of the Learning Sciences.  Bloomington, IN.

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Cammack, D. W.,  & Lohnes, S.  (2006, July).  Assessing Conceptual Change in an Anchored, Case-based Environment.  Presented at the 7th International Conference of the Learning Sciences.  Bloomington, IN.

    Voiklis, J., Kapur, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006, July).  An Emergentist Account of Collective Cognition in Collaborative Problem Solving.  Presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society in cooperation with the 5th International Conference on Cognitive Science (Asian-Pacific region).  Vancouver, Canada.

    Hillinger, M., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, June).  CO2FX: Exploring a simulation that integrates instructional and game design.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Games, Learning and Society Conference, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Hillinger, M., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, March).  CO2FX: A case study in integrating instructional and game design.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Game Developers Conference/Serious Games Summit, San Jose, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Lohnes, S., & Elfving, D., & Goldstein, M.  (2006, May).  Weblogs, Wikis and the World Wide Web: Learning to Use Collaborative Technologies to Enhance Literacy Teaching and learning.  Paper presented at the annual meting of the International Reading Association. Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, April).  Mediating Multimedia Case Studies: Internal and External Factors in the Use of a Designed Learning Environment.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2006, April).  Interactional Predictors of Group Performance in Computer-Supported, Collaborative Problem Solving.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., (2005, December).  The Transformation of Teacher Education through Technology Integration.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  (2005, December).  Social Constructions in New Literacy Environments.  Session Chair and Discussant.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, December, Miami, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  (2005, December).  Considering Narrative in New Environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2005).  The Effect of Problem Type on Collaborative Problem Solving in a Synchronous Computer-Mediated Environment.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada

    Kinzer, C. K.  (August, 2005).  Reframing Literacy Instruction: Technology and Scientifically-based classroom data.  Paper presented at the International Special Education Conference (Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress), Glasgow, Scotland.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005, July). Problem solving seen through the lens of complex evolutionary activity: A novel theoretical and analytical framework for analyzing problem-solving processes. Presented at the Cognitive Science Conference, Stresa, Italy.

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005, June). Problem solving as a complex, evolutionary activity: A methodological framework for analyzing problem-solving processes in a computer-supported collaborative environment. Presented at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W. H.  (December, 2004). Opportunities and Challenges Related to Researching the Use of Web-Based Video Cases in Pre-Service Literacy Courses: Voices of the Principal Investigators.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 2004). Considering paradigms and possiblilites for research in electronic environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., Cammack, D. W., Leu, D. J., Teale, W. H., & Labbo, L. D.  (December, 2004). Considerations of Design, Pedagogy and Research Using Case-based Technologies to Enhance Literacy Learning (CTELL).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., (December, 2004).  Introduction of Speakers and Comments to the Natinoal Reading Conference Annual Research Address. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L., Leu, D. J., Teale, W., & Cammack, D. W.  (April, 2004).  Case Technologies to Enhance Literacy Learning: An Overview and Description of CTELL Cases and Project Implementation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego.

    Cammack, D. W., Kinzer, C. K., Cammack, S., Lohnes, S., Andrews, G., & Tilmanis, L.  (April, 2004).  The Effectiveness of Web-Based, Case Technologies as Shown by Preservice Teachers' Breadth and Depth of Conceptual Understanding. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2004).  Thoughts about technology, literacy, and research in electronic environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 2003).  Toward a theoretical framework of new literacies on the Internet: Central principles. Paper presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Coiro, J., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L., Teale, W., Bergman, L., Sulzen, J., & Zheng, D.  (December, 2004). A review of research on literacy and technology: Replicating and extending the NRP Subcommittee Report on computer technology and reading instruction. Paper presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 2003). Intersecting literacies: How students and teachers negotiate print, multimedia, and web literacies in school curricula (Symposium Discussant). 52nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Cammack, D. W.  (December, 2003). Themes in literacy and technology: Results of a national survey at first and third grades. Paper presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2003).  The social and synergistic characteristics of metacognition. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L., Leu, D. J., Teale, W., Schrader, P. G., Coiro, J., & Cammack,. D. W.  (April, 2003).  New literacies for new times: teaching preservice teachers how to teach reading and writing via digital interactive cases on the WWW.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2003). The Impact of Anchored Instruction on the Interaction and Critical Thinking Skills of Secondary School Students with Disabilities.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Seattle, WA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2002).  Effective use of classroom computers: Video examples from K-3 classrooms. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Siefert, L, Cammack, D. W., & Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2002).  Issues of curriculum design and assessment in technology-rich literacy learning environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Cammack, D. W.  (2002).  Evaluating the impact of on-line, multimedia CTELL cases in preservice literacy education courses. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 2001).  Enhancing teacher education and beginning reading instruction with technology: The CTELL project. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Seifert, L. & Kinzer, C. K.  (2002).  Multimedia technology and anchored instruction as tools to enhance middle school students' learning of literacy and social studies. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Cammack, D. W., & Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 2001).  Looking at How Technology Integration Works: A Demonstration Project in Inclusion Settings.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 2001).  Analyzing anchored instruction: Four ways of "unpacking" literate acts. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Maloch, B., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2001).  The Impact of Multimedia Cases on Preservice Teachers' Learning and Subsequent Teaching of Literacy:  A Follow-Up Study.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 2000).  Exploring new technology applications in literacy education; Exploring new Internet applications for literacy growth (double Symposium discussant/presenter).  50th Annual meeting, National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2000).  Sustaining Instructional Innovations that Promote Meaningful Changes in Curriculum.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 2000).  The Convergence of Literacy Instruction and Networked Technologies for Information and Communication.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association's Reading Research Quarterly featured speakers session, Indianapolis, IN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (July, 2000).  Using Listservs in Preservice Education: Group Communication and Communicative Intent.  Paper presented at the International World Congress on Reading, Aukland, New Zealand.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1999).  Issues of software design: Optimizing instructor and learner goals.  Paper presented at the 49th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1999).  Group communication and communicative intent: Uses and perceptions of listservs in preservice literacy education courses.  Paper presented at the 49th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1999).  Teaching with the Internet: Preparing children for their literacy futures through the use of listservs in professional development.  Paper presented at the 44th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 1999).  Shifting to student-centered, collaborative classrooms.  Symposium Discussant at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (February, 1999).  Listserv use and interactive instruction in preservice education.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Washington, DC.

    Paper / Panel presentation (with H. Rieth and L. Prestidge, March, 1999).  Using anchored instruction to enhance social studies and literacy learning in inclusion classrooms. International Conference on Technology and Education, Edinburgh, Scotland, March, 1999.  

    Pichert, J. W., Schlundt, D. G., Boswell, E., Kinzer, C. K., Backer, B. A., & Schweikart, M. J.  (March, 1999).  Improving health professionals' adherence promotion and problem solving skills.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1998).   Using listservs to foster professional development.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1998).  Implementing multimedia technology in an eighth-grade resource room: Positive influences on literacy and social studies learning of learning disabled students.  Paper presented at the 48th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Williams, S., Goldman, S. R., Singer Gabella, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (April, 1998).  Initial evaluation of on-line professional development and mentoring.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1997).  Contrasting teachers' views of literacy ability and students' performance in a technology-supported curriculum.  Paper presented at the 47th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (March, 1997).  Issues of structure and user interface design in multimedia cases: Lessons from preservice reading instruction.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    McKenna, M. & Kinzer, C. K., Cowart, E., & Watkins, J.  (December, 1997).  Effects of talking books on the reading growth of problem readers in second grade.  Paper presented at the 47th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (March, 1997).  Technology in inclusion classrooms: Questions for collaborative partnerships.  A discussion paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1996).  Reflection and social practices as influences on technology research: A need for expanding definitions.  Paper presented at the 46th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1996).  Redefining text: Lessons in multimedia design for literacy learners.    Paper presented at the 46th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1996).  Transforming K-12 instruction through preservice education.    Paper presented at the 46th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference.

    Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Baker, E. A.  (1996).  Developing future teachers' conceptual change and interdisciplinary knowledge within multimedia environments.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

    Peter, J. A., Gabella, M. S., Woody, K., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1996).  The impact of segmenting and prediscussion on multimedia-anchored instruction in a middle school resource room.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

    Kinzer. C. K.  (1996).  Enhancing reading in the early grades: Incorporating knowledge about effective reading instruction into instructional software.  Preconvention Keynote address presented at the 41st annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (1995).  Implications of multimedia anchored instruction for teacher education.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Gabella, M.  (April, 1995).  Modes of presentation: A discussion of three alternative forms with an emphasis on multimedia.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Gabella, M. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (1995).  At the nexus: Linking research on technology, learning disabilities, and social studies and literacy learning.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Baker, E. A., & Brewer, G.  (December, 1995).  Using multimedia cases to enhance preservice instruction in reading education: Issues of case design.  Paper presented at the 45th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (May, 1995).  Practical and theoretical issues to consider when using multimedia in literacy instruction.  Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Degler, L.  (October, 1995).  Use of multimedia cases to improve teacher education: A dissemination project.  Paper presented at the FIPSE 1995 Project Directors' Meeting.  Washington, DC.

    Rieth, H. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (November, 1995).  Using multimedia to enhance social studies and literacy learning in eighth-grade special education resource rooms.  Paper presented at the 18th annual TED Meeting for the Council for Exceptional Children, Honolulu, HA.

    Risko, V.J.Kinzer, C. K., & (June, 1995).  Multimedia cases in teacher education: A working seminar.  2-1/2 day FIPSE Workshop, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 1994).  Multimedia support for the development of literacy educators.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1994).  Exploring anchored instruction, integrated teaching, and thematic approaches to enhance learning in elementary grades.  Paper presented at the 39th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Canada.

    Sharp, D., Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (December, 1994).  The Young Children's Literacy Project: Video and software tools for accelerating literacy in at-risk kindergarten children.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Meltzer, L., Carson, J., Bigenho, F., Peter, J., & Henley, A.  (December, 1994).  Multimedia tools to enhance preservice, reading-teacher preparation.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 1993).  Cases as pedagogical tools in preservice teacher preparation.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Meltzer, L., Bigenho, F., Carson, J., Degler, L., & Granier, D.  (April, 1993).  Designing videodisc-based case methodology for the reform of reading education courses: The classroom as a case.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Risko, V. J.  (October, 1993).  Integrating technology into an interdisciplinary curriculum.  Presentation for the National Foundation for the Improvement of Education, meeting held at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN  October 28-31, 1993.

    Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., Degler, L., Granier, D., Carson, J., Bigenho, F., & Meltzer, L.  (December, 1993).  Pre-service teacher education through anchored, problem-solving experiences: Using videodisc-based cases to support the development of literacy educators.  Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Charleston, SC.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 1993).  Using literacy activities and multimedia as a base: Integrating subject areas to maximize students' potential.  Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX.

    Risko, V. J., Granier, D. L., Bigenho, F., Meltzer, L., Carson, J.  (May, 1993).  Reforming reading methods classes with case-based video technology.  Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX.

    Simons, H. D., Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1993).  The manuscript review process: Relationships between reviewer expertise and experience, manuscript comments, relationships, and critical recommendations.  Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Charleston, SC.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1992).  Examining news-based, videodisc anchored instruction to enhance main idea comprehension and writing.  Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1992).  Publishing in NRC-refereed publications.  Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1992).  First steps toward implementing case-based instruction in reading education classes: students' perceptions of instruction and instructional needs.  Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  & Pichert, J.  (1992).  Embedded data in diabetes patient education.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Pichert, J. W., Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1992).  Problem-solving anchored instruction (AI) for sick days.  Paper presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the American Diabetes Association, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1992).  Extending middle-schoolers' world knowledge: Using literary anchors to situate content-area learning.  Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Yount, D. D.  (1991).  Exploring preservice teachers' beliefs, knowledge and practices.  Paper presented at the 41st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1991).  Video environments for connecting mathematics, science, and other disciplines.  Paper presented at the Wingspread Conference on Integrated Science and Mathematics Teaching and Learning, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Hasselbring, T. S., & Goin, L.  (1991).  Enhancing adult literacy training through anchored instruction, hypermedia, and voice recognition technologies.  Paper presented at the 2nd annual North American Adult Literacy Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

    Sharp, D., Vye, N., Bransford, J. D., Goldman, S., Soraci, S., Kinzer, C. K., & O'Bannion, K.  (1991).  Environments for building language and visualization skills in young, at-risk children.  Paper presented at the International Association for Cognitive Education, Riverside, CA.

    Meltzer, L., Kinzer, C. K., & Schmidt, C. S.  (1991).  Using video technology to enhance the writing performance of students with learning disabilities.  Paper presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1991).  Enhanced and future uses of anchored instruction in literacy learning.  Paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (Session Chair).  (1991).  The value of technology and suggestions from teachers who have used it.  Session presented at the 36th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (1990).  Linking literature with writing through videodisc technology.  Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., Schmidt, C. A., & Meltzer, L.  (1990).  Effects of multimedia to enhance writing ability.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Boston, MA.

    Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., Vye, N. J., Rowe, D. W.  (1990).  Effects of videodisc macrocontexts on comprehension and composition of causally-cohesive stories.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Boston, MA.

    Bourne, J. R., Kinzer, C. K., van der Molen, et al. (1990).  Intelligent Hypertutoring for High School Science Instruction.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Educational Computing Conference, Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Goodman, J., McLarty, K., & Carson, J.  (1990).  A study of teachers using videodisc-anchors in literacy instruction.  Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.

    Schmidt, C. R., Meltzer, L., Kinzer, C. K., Bransford, J. D., & Hasselbring, T. S.  (1990).  The effects of video and oral media on story comprehension and writing.  Biennial Conference on Human Development.  Richmond, VA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1989).  Macrocontexts to facilitate learning: Creating meaningful contexts for instruction.  Symposium at the 39th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., McLarty, K., & Martin, G.  (1989).  Some effects of macrocontexts on vocabulary learning.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1989).  Effects of providing videodisc-based macrocontexts to anchor vocabulary learning.  Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V., Vye, N. J., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1988).  Macrocontexts for enhancing instruction.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1988).  Mental models and teacher beliefs:  Relationships between reading teachers' theoretical beliefs, idealized environments, and classroom decision-making.  Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Goodman, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H.  (1988).  Effects and procedures of video integration on vocabulary instruction.  Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V.  (1988).  Contexts to facilitate learning.  Paper presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1988).  An analysis of the efficacy of microcomputer application with mildly handicapped secondary school students:  Focus on reading and vocabulary development.  Paper presented at the annual meeting, CEC/TAM Conference on Special Education, Reno, Nevada.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V., Vye, N. J., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1988).  Macrocontexts for enhancing vocabulary instruction.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987). Teacher issues in the use of microcomputers.  Invitational Research Symposium on Special Education Technology, Center for Special Education Technology.  Symposium funded by Office of Special Education Programs/USDOE, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987).  Teachers, instruction, instructional frameworks: Possible differences, possible differences, potential directions.  Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987).  Macrocontexts to enhance reading instruction: Testing a computer-controlled, videodisc approach.  Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Sturdivant, T., Johnson, R., Kinzer, C. K., & Bransford, J. D.  (1987).  Students as "producers."  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  The translation of beliefs into practice:  Observations of reading instruction.  Paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  Teachers' instructional frameworks:  Researching the existence and influence of teachers' belief systems.  Paper presented at the Eleventh World Congress on Reading, London, England.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  Teacher beliefs and constraints on reading instruction.  Paper presented at the International Reading Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Interactions between teachers and students in classroom settings:  The outcomes of oral reading miscues.  Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Carrick, D. A.  (1985).  Frame clashes in instruction.  Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Language arts in a problem-solving context:  Countdown to appropriate computer applications.  Paper presented at the NCTE Spring Conference, Houston, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Applying a five-stage model of microcomputer use to the reading classroom.  Paper presented at the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Carrick, D. A.  (1984).  Oral reading miscues and dialect variation:  A study of black English forms.  Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St.  Petersburg, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1984).  Oral reading miscues in classroom settings:  Patterns of student miscues, teacher corrections and student reaction to different correction strategies.  Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St.  Petersburg, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Stone, R. J.  (1984).  Some possible effects of English language pattern differences on fifth graders' reading comprehension.  Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1983).  The effect of different imaging strategies on students' retellings.  Paper presented at the 33rd National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1983).  Comprehension deficits from inability to shift schemata:  Interference of existing knowledge on acquiring new knowledge from text.  Paper presented at the American Education Research association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  Self awareness and changes in reading attitudes:  Influences and effects of the remedial situation.  Paper presented at the 32nd National Reading Conference, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  A study of task demands in two writing prompts.  Paper presented at the 32nd National Reading Conference, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  Educators' perceptions, attitudes, and values on testing reading:  An international perspective.  Paper presented at the 32nd National Reading Conference, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  The writing event:  Consistencies and inconsistencies across topic authors, student writers, and raters in a holistic assessment.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, 1982.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  Interference effects of known meanings on vocabulary learning:  Encountering the unexpected during the reading process.  Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  Topic based expectations of participants in the writing event.  Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1981).  Evaluation and testing in reading:  Educators' attitudes and preferences.  Paper presented at the Thirty-first National Reading Conference, Dallas, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1981).  A taxonomy of cognition:  Contributions and limitations for analyzing the reading task.  Paper presented at the Thirty-first National Reading Conference, Dallas, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1981).  Significant teachers: Influence, characteristics, and classroom effectiveness.  Symposium discussant at the Thirty-first National Reading Conference, Dallas, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1980).  Reading models from an interdisciplinary perspective:  Some answers are already there.  Paper presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.


    2.  Invited Addresses / Papers

     

    Kinzer, C. K. (2014, March). Structuring online learning to address individual differences and user control. Presented at the IBM Digital Learning Workshop, New Delhi, India. (Organized by the IBM Watson Research Center).

    Kinzer, C. K., (2014, May). The digital generation comes of age: Challenges for education.  Invited keynote address to the Fordham University faculty: Technology Day Conference. New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2014, February). Teacher learning and effectiveness: Possibilities of electronic environments. Presented at the Teachers College Research Roundtable (in Collaboration with Pearson Research). Ryan Baker, Teachers College Organizer.Kinzer, C. K. ( 2012, December). Using Eyetracking, Video/Screen Capture and User-log Data to Inform our Understanding of Reader Actions in Comprehending Multimodal Texts. Presented in the President's Invited Session at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2012). Supportive Technologies for Collecting Video Data. Approaches to Video/Multimodal Data Analysis in Literacy Research (Study Group; Invited Presentation). Presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T., Gunbas, N., & Chaiwinij, A. (2012, May). McGraw Hill "Future Directions" workshop, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T. (2012, February). Adding games for math remediation and placement exams: overview and worekshop for Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., Mezei, J., Jamalian, A., Levitan, P. (2011, February). Lit2Quit: Conceptual underpinnings and potential impact of a mobile game to reduce nicotine smoking. Invited paper presentation to a combined meeting of Games for Health, Games for Change, and the NYU Educational Communication and Technology Program, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2010). The Future of Literacy Technologies. Presented at the University of Texas (Austin), ICP Grant Meeting, Austin, TX.  Sponsor: Herbert Rieth, the Audrey Rogers Myers Centennial Professor in Education.

    Kinzer, C. K. (2008). Chatting About the Future of Literacy Technologies. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2007, April).  Games for Learning: Research and Development Activities and Possibilities at Teachers College, Columbia University.  Presented to Microsoft Corporation as part of the Games for Learning proposal site visit.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2007, April).  Invited presentation to the CrossRoads Conference on Digital Arts and Technology: Exploring Virtual Education, New York University, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2007, February).  Embodiment in virtual environments: Exploring literacies, identity, research, and community.   Invited presentation to the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research.  Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, December).  Anchored, Situated Instruction in Teacher Education and Middle-school Literacy Classrooms.  Tamkang University and the Research Center for Ubiquitous Web-based Interactive Language Learning: Invited Paper Presentations, Taipei, Taiwan, December, 2006.

    Kleifgen, J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, December).  Implementing STEPS+G to Improve ELL Learners' Academic Writing.  Tamkang University and the Research Center for Ubiquitous Web-based Interactive Language Learning: Invited Paper Presentations, Taipei, Taiwan.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, September). Pathways to literacy achievement for high poverty children.    Invited presentation to the Ready To Learn Initiative Research Summit, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  (2006, April).  Integrating Emerging Technologies into Education.  Invited Keynote presentation to The Teachers Network.  New York, NY.Kinzer, C. K.  (2006, February).  Possibilities for Technology Integration into MetLife Goals.  Invited presentation (thorough CEO&I) for MetLife, New York.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  (2005, December).  Invited presentation to the Steering Committee and Research Group of Pathways to Literacy. Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  (2005, December).  Invited presentation to the Anchoring Instruction Research Group, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2005, November).  Communication, Teacher preparation and Research: Linking New Possibilities with Established Needs.  Invited paper presentation to the Teachers College EdLab Seminar Series, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K., with K. Leander, D. Cammack, & G. Jacobs.  (February, 2005).  Researching Technology Across Time/Space/Place.  Invited presentation for the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Winter Research Assembly, Columbus, OH.

    Kinzer, C. K., (December, 2004).  Introduction of Speakers and Comments to the National Reading Conference Annual Research Address.  Annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., with K. Leander, G. Jacobs, D. Cammack, C. Steinkuehler, & K Squire.  (November, 2004).  How we study literacies across time, space, and place:  New methodologies for researching online literacy practices.  Invited presentation at the National Council of Teachers of English annual meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (July, 2004).  How People Learn: A Focus on Case-Based Environments.  Invited presentation for the Boston Area Advanced Technological Education Connections (BATEC) (funded by the NSF).  Boston, MA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 2003).  Technology as a tool for teaching: Pitfalls and possibilities.  Keynote address to the combined faculty of Fordham University, New York.

    Kinzer, C., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W. H. (2003, May). CTELL: Case technologies in literacy learning. Reading Research 2003. Invited paper presented at the Reading Research Conference preceding the International Reading Association's 48th annual conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K., Cammack, D. W., & Seifert, L.  (2003).  CTELL cases, anchored instruction, and classroom implementation. Invited paper presentation at Reading Research 2003, a national meeting sponsored by the International Reading Association and the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading,

    Kinzer, C.K. (2003, June). The importance of recognizing the expanding boundaries of literacy. Reading Online, 6(10). Available: http://www.readingonline.org/electronic/elec_index.asp?HREF=/electronic/kinzer/index.ht

    Kinzer, C. K., & Cammack, D. W.  (June, 2002).  Implications of merging instructional design, legacy cycles and Internet technologies for outreach programs in health education.  Presentation to the executive subcommittee, Board of Directors, Robert Crown Center for Health Education, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 2002).  Discussant Paper for New times: First person shooter games go to college.  Presented at the Symposium Session of the same name, Jerome Harste, Chair (51st annual meeting of the National reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (April, 2002).  New Literacies for new times: Researchers share innovative models of literacy education using the Internet.  Preconvention Institute at the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Cammack, D. W.  (August, 2001).  Scaffolding for Story Comprehension: Increasing Student understanding and Participation in an Inclusion Classroom.  University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands (Sponsored by the Dutch National Science Foundation).

    Kinzer, C. K.  (January, 2001).  Technology Innovations and Perspectives on Classroom Insturction.  Invited presentation and staff development seminar, Benchmark School, Philadelphia, PA.

    Kinzer, C. (2000/2001, December/January). Addressing issues of Internet safety [an Electronic Classroom Web watch]. Reading Online, 4(6). Available: http://www.readingonline.org/electronic/elec_index.asp?HREF=/electronic/webwatch/safety/index.html.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (July, 2000).  Policy Perspectives on Research in Literacy Education.  Invited panel presentation for the International World Congress on Reading, Aukland, New Zealand.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 2000).  Cases and Listservs in Preservice Literacy Education.  Invited paper presentation at Reading Research 2000: Learning to Teach Reading--Setting the Research Agenda, a national meeting sponsored by the International Reading Association, Indianapolis, IN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (January, 2000).  Integrating the Internet in Classroom Literacy Instruction.  Invited presentation and staff development seminar, Benchmark School, Philadelphia, PA.

    Rieth, H., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2001).  Multimedia-based anchored instruction.  In D. D. Smith (Ed.).  Introduction to special education: Teaching in an age of challenge (4th edition, pp. 2247-248).  Boston Mass: Allyn & Bacon.  (Invited "Research to practice" discussion).

    Kinzer, C. K.  (June, 1999).  Case-based instruction and multimedia implementations in Literacy Research and Teaching.  Invited Research Lecture sponsored by the Nijmegen Literacy Research Center, Ludo Verhoeven, Director.  University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1999).  Using technology in classroom literacy programs: Current and future possibilities.  Invited feature-paper presentation at the 44th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (June, 1998).  Integrating the Internet into elementary school curricula.  Invited paper presentation for School District #34 (Abbotsford), Abbotsford, B.C., Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1997).  Multimedia cases in preservice literacy education.  Invited paper presentation to the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading (OTER) at the 42nd annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Risko, V. J. & Kinzer, C. K.  (March, 1997).  Using multimedia cases for building comprehension and application of information.  Invited paper presentation at the 16th annual research conference of the Office Systems Research Association, Nashville, TN.  (Note: presented by C. Kinzer.)

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko V. J.  (October, 1996).  Transforming instruction.  Invited panel member and presenter to the National Reading Research Conference on Literacy and Technology for the 21st Century.  Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (March, 1996).  Enhancing preservice education through the use of multimedia technology.  Invited paper presentation to the 7th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.  Phoenix/Mesa, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1996).  A multimedia case-based approach to enhancing teacher education and multicultural awareness.  Invited paper presentation to the School of Education at the University of Georgia.  Athens, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (March, 1995).  Technology-based learning environments for teacher education.  Invited General Session Address to the Sixth International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (November, 1995).  Multimedia cases in teacher education.  Invited, 2-day workshop presentation sponsored by the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Fall Technology Leadership Seminar.  University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

    Granier, D., Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (May, 1995).  Using video technology for preparing future reading teachers.  Invited paper presentation for the Video and Literacy Special Interest Group (Video and Teacher Education Strand).  Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1995).  Publishing in NRC publications.  Invited paper presentation at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (July, 1995).  Using case-based methods in undergraduate education.  Invited paper presentation for the faculty of education at Western Washington University.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1995).  Using case-based, multimedia approaches in undergraduate education.  Invited address to the faculty of education at John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH.

    Kinzer, C. K., (March, 1994).  Multimedia cases as a vehicle for case-cased preservice instruction.  Invited paper presentation to the Faculty of Education and the Research Faculty of the National Center for the Study of Reading and Literacy, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (December, 1994).  Publishing in NRC publications.  Invited paper presentation at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (November, 1993).  Effective use of videodisc cases in preservice teacher preparation.  Invited paper presentation for a meeting sponsored by Optical Data Corporation, Chicago, IL.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (November, 1993).  Using video cases.  Invited paper presentation for Using Cases to Prepare  Teachers and Administrators: A Working Conference on Case-based Teaching.  Lake Tahoe, NV, October 1-2, 1993.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Risko, V. J.  (November, 1993).  What do teachers and administrators learn from video cases?  Invited paper presentation for Using Cases to Prepare  Teachers and Administrators: A Working Conference on Case-based Teaching.  Lake Tahoe, NV, October 1-2, 1993.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (June, 1992).  Multimedia in learning at all levels:  Beyond the "Young Sherlock" project.  Invited paper presentation to the IBM Academic Computing Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K.,  & Williams, S. M.  (1992).  The "Young Sherlock" project.  Invited paper presentation sponsored by IBM, presented at the American Association of College Teacher Educators, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1992).  Facilitating awareness and education through existing and emerging technologies.  Invited paper presentation to Resourcelink 1:  Conference Sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services.  Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1992).  Multimedia applications to enhance learning in school and university settings.   Invited paper presentation to the Faculty of Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1991).  Using technology to improve learning and teacher education.  Invited paper presentation to OERI/IBM technology conference, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1991).  Anchored invitations to learning.  Invited keynote presentation to the LAU Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1990).  Developing expertise: New possibilities.  Invited paper presentation for NAPARE, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1989).  Creating contexts for learning with videodiscs and multimedia.  Invited paper presentation for the Schumann Lecture Series, Harvard University, Boston.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1988).  Macrocontexts to facilitate learning.  Invited paper presentation at the 38th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1988).  Uses of technology in teaching and learning.  Invited paper presentation at the Graduate School of Education, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  Influencing thinking and learning.  Invited paper presentation  for Huntsville City School District, Huntsville, AL.

    Sherwood, R. D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  Videodisc technology in instruction.  Invited paper presentation at the Third Annual Tennessee Educational Computing Conference, Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  Computers in reading and language arts:  Future directions.  Invited paper presentation at the Calgary Teachers' Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

    KKinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Computers in the reading classroom.  Invited paper presentation at the Southeastern Regional Meeting, International Reading Association.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1984).  Interactive videodisc:  Uses in instruction.  Invited paper presentation at the Second Annual Tennessee Statewide Technology Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1983, October).  What we know can help us teach.  Invited paper presentation at the Annual Conference, Kentucky State Reading Association.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1983, June).  Specialized reading needs specialized teaching:  Aids for comprehending content-area texts.  Invited paper presentation at the 9th Annual Communications Conference, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1982, November).  What to do with non-narrative reading materials:  A workshop in teaching subject-area reading.  Invited paper presentation at the Annual Conference, Tennessee Council (International Reading Association).

     

  • professional organizations

    American Educational Research Association
    International Reading Association
    Literacy Research Association (Formerly: National Reading Conference; Past Board Member)
    Phi Delta Kappa
    National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy
    South East Literacy Consortium (Past Executive Board Member)

    office location

    322 Thompson

    principal publications

    1.   Peer-Reviewed Publications

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Turkay, S., Hoffman, D. L., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Chaiwinij, A., & Dvorkin, T. (2012). Examining the effects of text and images on story comprehension: An eye-tracking study of reading in a video game and comic book.  Literacy Research Association Yearbook, 61, 259-275.

     

    Thomas, C. N., Rieth, H. J., Raghava, N. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Mulloy, A.  (2012).  The integrated curriculum project: Teacher change and student outcomes within a university–school professional development collaboration. Psychology in the Schools, 49(5), 444-464.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., Dvorkin, T., Chaiwinij. A. (2012). The Impact of Choice and Feedback on Learning, Motivation, and Performance in an Educational Video Game. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 175-182).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

     

    Turkay, S., Hoffman, D., Gunbas, N., Chantes, P., & Adinolf, S.  (2012). Exploring a New Approach to Visual Asset Design. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 299-305).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

     

    Jamalian, A., Mezei, J., Levitan, P., Garber, A. Hammer, J., & Kinzer. C. K. (2012). The Lit2Quit Mobile App: Evoking Game-based Physiological Effects that Mimic Smoking. In Martin, C., Ochsner, A., & Squire, K. (Eds.), Proceedings, GLS 8.0 Games + Learning + Society Conference (pp. 565-567).  Madison, WI: ETC Press.

     

    Kinzer, C.K., P.,Hoffman, D., Turkay, S., Gunbaş, N., and Chantes, P. (2011) Exploring motivation and comprehension of a narrative in a video game, book, and comic book format. NRC Yearbook 60, 263-278.

     

    Tsai, F., Kinzer, C. K., Hung, K., Chen, A., & Hsu. (2011). The importance and use of targeted content knowledge in educational simulation games. In M. Chang, W. Hwang, M. Chen, & W. Muller (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th international conference on E-learning and games, edutainment technologies (pp. 245-247). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2010). Considering literacy and policy in the context of digital environments. Language Arts, 88, 51-61.

     

    Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Productive failure in CSCL groups. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 4, 21-46.

     

    Hung, K. H., Kinzer, C., Chen, C. L (2009). Motivational factors in educational MMORPGs: Some implications for education. Transactions on Edutainment III, 93-104.

     

    Lohnes, S., Wilber, D., & Kinzer, C. K. (2008). Brave new world: Understanding the Net Generation through their eyes.  Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education, 48(1), 21-27.

     

    Kapur, M.,  Voiklis, J., & Kinzer. C. K. (2008). Sensitivities to early exchange in synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) groups. Computers & Education, 51(1), 54-66.

     

    Hung, D., Jacobson, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Der-Thanq, V. C.  (2007).  Emergence of Learning in Computer-Supported, Large-Scale Collective Dynamics: A Research Agenda.  In C. Chinn, G. Erkens, & S. Puntambekar (Eds.).  Computer Supportive Collaborative Learning: Mice, Minds, and Society. Proceedings of the Seventh International Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL 2007). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

     

    Lohnes, S., and Kinzer, C. K.  (2007).  Questioning assumptions about students' expectations for technology in college classrooms.  Innovate, 3(5).  http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article&id=431

     

    Kapur, M., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007).  Examining the effect of problem type in a synchronous computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment.  Education Technology Research and Development, 55(5), 439-459.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with M. Schmidt & I. Greenbaum) (2007).  Exploring virtual education: a first-hand account of three second life classes.  Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Second Life Community Conference (pp. 104-106). SLCC: Chicago, IL.

     

    Han, I. S., Kinzer, & C. K., (2007). Developing a Multimedia Case-based Learning Environment: Teaching Technology Integration to Korean Preservice Teachers.  In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 64-69).  AACE: Chesapeake, VA.

     

    Goldstein, M., & Kinzer, C. K. (2007). Does Your Knowledge Affect My Knowledge? Assessing the Effects of an Online Social Environment on Reading Comprehension. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.). Proceedings of Ed-Media 2007: World conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunications (pp. 1807-1811). AACE: Chesapeake, VA.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Lohnes, S., Cammack, D. W., Kontovourki, S., Hoffman, D., & Turkay, S.  (2006).  Assessing Preservice Teachers' Conceptual Change in an Internet-Based, Case Instructional Environment. In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1611-1616).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Voiklis, J., Kapur, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006).  An Emergentist Account of Collective Cognition in Collaborative Problem Solving.  In R. Sun & N. Miyake (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 858-863).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Maloch, E., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2006).  The impact of multimedia cases on preservice teachers' learning about literacy teaching: a follow-up study.  The Teacher Educator, 41(3), 158-171.

     

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Black, J.  (2006).  Insights into the Emergence of Convergence in Group Discussions. In S. Barab, K. E. Hay, N. B. Songer, & D. T. Hickey (Eds.).  Making a Difference: Volume (pp. 962-971).  The Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Kapur, M., Cammack, D. W., & Lohnes, S.  (2006).  Assessing Conceptual Change in an Anchored, Case-based Environment.  In S. Barab, K. E. Hay, N. B. Songer, & D. T. Hickey (Eds.).  Making a Difference (pp.1136-1142).  The Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005). Problem solving seen through the lens of complex evolutionary activity: A novel theoretical and analytical framework for analyzing problem-solving processes. InT. Koschmann, D. D. Suthers, & T. Chen (Eds.), Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Conference (pp. 252-261).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Lin, X., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  The importance of technology for making cultural values visible.  Theory into Practice, 42(3), 235-242.

     

    Rieth, H.J., Bryant, D. P., Kinzer, C. K. Colburn, L. K., Hur, S., Hartman, P., Choi, H. S.  (2003).  An analysis of the impact of anchored instruction on teaching and learning activities in two ninth grade language arts classes.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 173-184.

     

    Schrader, P. G., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Ataya, R., Labbo, L. D., Teale, W. H., & Cammack, D. W.   (2003). Using Internet delivered video cases, to support pre-service teachers’ understanding of effective early literacy instruction: An exploratory study. Instructional Science,31, 317–340.

     

    Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Teale, W. H., Cammack, D., Kara-Soteriou, J., et al. (2003). Teacher wisdom stories: Cautions and recommendations for using computer-related technologies for literacy instruction. The Reading Teacher, 57, 300-304.

     

    King, E. B., Schlundt, D. G., Pichert, J. W., Kinzer, C. K., & Backer, B. A.  (2002). The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 22, 94-102.

     

    Williams Glaser, C., Rieth, H. J., Kinzer, C. K., Colburn, L. K., & Peter, J.  (2000).  A description of the impact of multimedia anchored instruction on classroom interactions.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 14(2), 27-43.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2000).  The convergence of literacy instruction with networked technologies for information, communication, and education.  Reading Research Quarterly, 35(1), 108-127.

     

    Lin, X., Hmelo, C., Kinzer, C. K., & Secules, T.  (1999).  Designing Technology to Support Reflection.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 47 (3), 43-62.

     

    Baker, E., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Effects of Technology on Process Writing:  Are They All Good?  In T. Shannahan & F. Rodriguez-Brown (Eds.), NRC Yearbook (pp. 428-440).  National Reading Conference: Chicago, IL.

     

    Bloome, D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Hard times or Cosmetics?: Changes in Literacy.  Peabody Journal of Education, 341-375.

     

    Schlundt, D., Flannery, M. E., Davis, D., Kinzer, C. K., & Pichert, J.  (1999).  Evaluation of a multi-component, behaviorally-oriented, problem-based "summer school" program for adolescents with diabetes.  Behavior Modification, 23(1), 79-105.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1997).  The challenge of change: Exploring literacy and learning in electronic environments.  Language Arts, (74)2, 126-136.

     

    Schlundt, D., Rea, M., Hodge, M. B., Flannery, M. E., Kline, S. S., Meek, J. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Pichert, J.  (1996).  The Situational Obstacles to Dietary Adherence (SODA) questionnaire for adolescence.  Assessing and overcoming situational obstacles to dietary adherence in adolescents with IDDM.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 19(4), 282-288.

     

    Sharp, D. L., Bransford, J. D., Goldman, S. R., Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Vye, N. J.  (1995).  Dynamic visual support for story comprehension and mental model building by young, at-risk children.  Educational Technology Research and Development 43(4), 25-42.

     

    Schlundt, D., Rea, M., Hodge, M. B., Kline, S. S., Flannery, M. E., Davis, D., Kinzer, C. K., & Pichert, J.  (1995).  The Situational Obstacles to Dietary Adherence (SODA) questionnaire for adolescence.  Diabetes, 44 (Suppl 1): 96A.  Published abstract, also selected for presentation at the Scientific Sessions of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, GA, 1995.

     

    Pichert, J. W., Flannery, M. E., Davis, D. D., & Kinzer, C. K.  (June, 1995).  Impact of problem-based instruction on knowledge, blood glucose, and self-efficacy in adolescents with IDDM.  Diabetes, 44 (Suppl 1): 120A.  Published abstract, also selected for presentation at the Scientific Sessions of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, GA, 1995.

     

    Flannery, M. E., Schlundt, D., Davis, D., Pichert, J., & Kinzer, C. K. (1995).  Adolescents behavioral coping strategies for situational obstacles to dietary adherence.  Diabetes, 44 (Suppl 1): 260A.  Published abstract, also selected for presentation at the Scientific Sessions of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association, Atlanta, GA, 1995.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Gabella, M. S., & Rieth, H. J.  (1994).  An argument for using multimedia and anchored instruction to facilitate mildly-disabled students’ learning of literacy and social studies.  Technology and Disability Quarterly, 3(2) 117-128.

     

    Pichert, J. W., Smeltzer, C., Snyder, G. M., Gregory, R. P., Smeltzer, R., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1994).  Traditional vs. anchored instruction for diabetes-related nutritional knowledge, skills, and behavior.  The Diabetes Educator, 20(1), 45-48.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  Anchored instruction and situated cognition revisited: A response to Tripp.  Educational Technology, 34(8), 28-32.

     

    Pichert, J. W., Meek, J. M., Schlundt, D. G., Flannery, M. E., Hodge, M. B., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1994).  Impact of anchored instruction on problem solving strategies of adolescents with diabetes.  Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 94(9), 1036-1039.

     

    Pichert, J. W., Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1994).  Problem solving anchored instruction about sick days for adolescents with diabetes.  Patient Education and Counselling, 23, 115-124.

     

    Pichert, J. W., Murkin, S. A., Snyder, G. M., Boswell, E. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1993).  Problem-based diabetes education using a video anchor.  Diabetes Spectrum, 6(3), 160-164.

     

    Pichert, J. W, Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1993).  Sydney meets the ketone challenge: A videodisc for teaching diabetes sick-day management through problem solving.  The Diabetes Educator, 18(6), 476-479.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1992).  The Jasper experiment: An exploration of issues in learning and instructional design.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 40, 65-80.

     

    The above paper won the Outstanding Journal Article Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (Division of Instructional Development).

     

    Bahr, C., Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H.  (1992).  An analysis of the effects of teacher training and student grouping on reading comprehension skills among mildly handicapped high school students using computer assisted instruction.  Journal of Special Education Technology, 11, 1-19.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1991).  Technology and the design of generative learning environments.  Educational Technology, 31, 34-40.

     

    Kinzer, C. K. with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1991).  Integrated media: Toward a theoretical framework for using their potential.  Proceedings of the Multimedia Conference, SEP: Washington, DC.

     

    Pichert, J. & Kinzer, C. K.  1992).  Sydney meets the ketone challenge: A videodisc for teaching diabetes sick-day management through problem solving.  The Diabetes Educator 18(6), 476-479.

     

    Pichert, J. W., Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1992).  Problem-solving anchored instruction for teaching sick-day rules.  Diabetes, 41 (supplement), 200A.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Williams, S. M., & Cunningham, J., J.  (1992).  The young sherlock project: Macrocontexts to enhance learning.  Interface, 1(2), 1-3.

     

    Murkin, S. A., Snyder, G. M., Pichert, J. W., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J.  (1991).  Anchored instruction enhances diabetes problem-solving.  Abstracts of the American Diabetes Association, American Diabetes Association: Washington, DC.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., Schmidt, C. S., & Meltzer, L.  (1990).  Effects of Multimedia to enhance writing ability.  In E. Ellis (Ed.), Proceedings of the National Educational Computing Conference (pp. 249-250).  International Society for Technology in Education: Eugene, OR.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1990).  Anchored instruction and its relationship to situated cognition.  Educational Researcher, 19, 2-10.

     

    McLarty, K., Goodman, J., Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., Vye, N., Rowe, D. W., & Carson, J.  (1990).  Implementing anchored instruction: Guiding principles for curriculum development.  In J. Zutell & S. McCormick (Eds.), Literacy theory and research: Analysis from multiple perspectives (39th NRC Yearbook, pp. 109-120).  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Goin, L., Hasselbring, T. S., Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Williams, S.  (1989).  Learning with technology: Theoretical and empirical perspectives.  Peabody Journal of Education, 64, 5-26.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1989).  Mental models and beliefs about classrooms and reading instruction: A comparison between preservice teachers, inservice teachers, and professors of education.  In S. McCormick & J. Zutell (Eds.), Cognitive and social perspectives for literacy research and instruction (38th NRC Yearbook, pp. 489-500).  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Rowe, D. W., & Vye, N. J.  (1989).  Designing invitations to thinking: Some initial thoughts.  In S. McCormick & J. Zutell (Eds.), Cognitive and social perspectives for literacy research and instruction (38th NRC Yearbook, pp. 35-54).  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Loofbourrow, M. C.  (1989).  Simulation software vs. expository text:  A comparison of retention across two instructional tools.  Reading Research and Instruction, 28, 41-49.

     

    Bourne, J. R., Cantwell, J., Kawamura, K., Kinzer, C. K., Li, X., DeBrock, L.  C., Jiang, J., Vargas, J., & Miyasaka, N.  (1988).  Intelligent CAI in engineering: Knowledge representation strategies to facilitate model-based reasoning.  International Journal of Intelligent Systems.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1988).  Instructional frameworks and instructional choices: Comparisons between preservice and inservice teachers.  Journal of Reading Behavior, 20, 357-377. 

     

    Sweetland, J. J., Abel-Carrick, D. A., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  An analysis of ambiguous oral discourse in reading instruction.  In J. Readence and S. Baldwin (Eds.), Research in literacy: Merging perspectives (36th NRC Yearbook, pp. 187-193).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  Effects of topic and response variables on holistic score.  English Quarterly, 20, 106-120.

     

    Li, X., Cantwell, J., Bourne, J. R., Kawamura, K., Kinzer, C. K., & Miyasaka, N.  (1987).  A model-based intelligent tutoring system for power distribution systems.  In Z. W. Zas & M. Zemankova (Eds.),  Methodologies for intelligent systems (pp. 107-114).  New York: Elsvir (North-Holland) Science Publishing.

     

    Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., Bransford, J. D., & Franks, J. J.  (1987).  Some benefits of creating macro-contexts for science instruction:  Initial findings.  Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 24, 417-435.

     

    Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., Bransford, J. D., Williams, S. M., & Goin, L.  (1987).  New directions for videodiscs.  The Computing Teacher, 14, 10-13.

     

    Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., & Bransford, J. D.  (1987).  Macrocontexts for learning: Initial findings and issues.  Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1, 93-108.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  A five-part categorization for implementing microcomputers in the reading  classroom.  Journal of Reading, 30, 226-233.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Carrick, D. A.  (1986).  Teacher beliefs as instructional influences.  In J. Niles & R. Lalik (Eds.), Solving problems in literacy:  Learners, teachers, researchers (35th NRC Yearbook, pp. 127-134).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

     

    Kawamura, K., Bourne, J. R., Kinzer, C. K., & Cozean, L. C.  (1986).  Developing an intelligent tutoring system.  IEEE Journal and Conference Proceedings, 1205-1209.

     

    Carrick, D. A., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Oral reading miscues and dialect variation:  A study across black and standard English IRI passages.  In J. Niles & R. Lalik (Eds.), Issues in literacy:  A research perspective  (pp. 344-349).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., Bauch, J. P., Saks, D. H., Clouse, R. W., & Deck, L. L.  (1985).  A compilation of ideas:  Comments on and reactions to ideas presented at the Planning the School of the Future Conference.  Peabody Journal of Education, 62, 118-132.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Littlefield, J., Delclos, V. R., & Bransford, J. D.  (1985).  Different Logo learning environments and mastery:  Relationships between engagement and learning.  Computers in the Schools, 2, 33-44.

     

    Reprinted in C. Maddux, Editor  (1986).  Logo in the schools.  New York:  Hawthorne Press.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Assessment types and instructional decision-making:  An overview.  Kentucky Reading Teacher, 6, 6-10.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Stone, R. J.  (1983).  A comparative study of educators' perceptions and use of mandated reading assessments.  Reading Horizons, 21 (1), 64-68.

     

    Ruddell, R. B., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1982).  Test preferences and competencies of field educators.  In J. Niles & L. Harris (Eds.), New inquiries in reading research and instruction  (pp. 196-199).  Rochester, NY: National Reading Conference.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., &  Muhtadi, N. A.  (1980).  Ability grouping and affective behavior: A relationship.  Comment on Education, 11, 7-10.

     

    Tuinman, J. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Muhtadi, N. A.  (1980).  A short-cut to testing passage comprehension.  Reading Horizons, 20, 102-105.

     

    Mallett, W. G., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1980).  Determining reading ability in science.  B.C. Science Teacher, 22, 13-15.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Chester, R. D.  (1978).  Reading programs in the secondary school.  Saskatchewan Journal of Educational Research and Development, 8, 27-33.

     

     

     

    2.   Books

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (2011).  Phonics, phonemic awareness, and word analysis for teachers: An interactive tutorial (9th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Verhoeven, L.  (2008).  Interactive literacy education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, an imprint of Taylor Francis Group.

     

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Wilson, R. M., & Hall, M.  (2006).  Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers: An Interactive Tutorial (8th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  Effective literacy instruction, K-8: Implementing best practice (5th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall Publishers.

     

    Wilson, R. M., Hall, M., Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2001).  Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers.  Columbus, OH: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Effective literacy instruction, K-8 (4th ed.).  Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall Publishers.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Hinchman, K. A., & Leu, D. J. (Eds.).  (1997).  Inquiries in literacy theory and practice.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

     

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Hinchman, K.  (Eds.).  (1996).  Literacies for the 21st century: Views from research and practice.  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

     

    Hinchman, K., Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J. (Eds.).  (1995).  Perspectives on literacy research and practice.  Chicago: National Reading Conference.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1995).  Effective Reading Instruction, K-8 (3rd ed.).  Columbus, OH: Macmillan.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (Eds.).  (1994).  Multidimensional aspects of literacy research, theory and practice.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (Eds.)  (1993).  Examining central issues in literacy research, theory, and practice.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J. (Eds.)  (1992).  Literacy research, theory, and practice: Views from many perspectives.  Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1991).  Effective reading instruction, K-8.  New York: Merrill (an imprint of Macmillan Publishing).

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1987).  Effective reading instruction in the elementary grades.  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill, 592 pp.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J. D. (Eds.).  (1986).  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications.  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill, 385 pp.

     

    Kinzer, C. K. (Ed.).  (1985).  The school of the future.  Peabody Journal of Education  (Special Issue, vol.  62 (2), 131 pp.).

     

     

     

    3.   Book Chapters

     

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2011). A complexity-grounded model for the emergence of convergence in CSCL groups. In S. Puntambekar, G. Erkens, & C. E. Hmelo-Silver (Eds.), Aanalyzing interactions in CSCL: Methodologies, approaches and issues (pp. 3-24). New York, NY: Springer

     

    Lohnes Waltulak, S. & Kinzer, C. K. (2013). Beyond technology skills: Toward a framework for cortical digital literacies in preservice technology education. In J. Avila & J. Pandya (Eds.), Critical digital literacies as social praxis (pp. 127-153). New York: Peter Lang.

     

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Alternative spaces for education with and through technology. In H. Varenne & E. Gordon (Eds.). Comprehensive education explorations, possibilities, challenges. Lewiston, NY: Ewin Mellen Press.

     

    Schrier, K., & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). Using digital games to develop ethical teachers. In D. Gibson & Y. Baek (Eds.), Digital simulations for improving education: Learning through artificial teaching environments (pp. 308-333). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Wilber, D. J.  (2008).  Computer support in (hi)story construction: Using technology to scaffold students' understanding.  In C. K. Kinzer & L. Verhoeven (Eds.), Interactive literacy education: facilitating literacy environments through technology (pp. 217-244). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

     

    Wilber, D. J., Lohnes, S., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2008).  Supporting preservice teacher education through a multimedia case-based online learning environment.  In C. K. Kinzer & L. Verhoeven (Eds.), Interactive literacy education: facilitating literacy environments through technology (pp. 285-308). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

     

    Verhoeven L. & Kinzer, C. K.  (2008).  Facilitating literacy environments through technology.  In C. K. Kinzer & L. Verhoeven (Eds.), Interactive literacy education: facilitating literacy environments through technology (pp. 1-12). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Cammack, D. W., Labbo, L. D., Teale, W. H., & Sanny, R. (2006). The need to (re)conceptualize pre-service literacy teacher development: Technology's role and considerations of design, pedagogy and research. In McKenna, M. C., Labbo, L. D., Keiffer, R. E., & Reinking, D. (Eds.), International handbook of literacy and technology (Vol. 2, pp. 211-233). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2005).  The intersection of schools, communities, and technology: Recognizing children's use of new literacies.  In R. A. Karchmer, M. M. Mallette, J. Kara-Soteriou, & D. J. Leu (Eds.), Using the internet to support new literacies: Innovative approaches to literacy education (pp. 65-84).  Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

     

    Leu, D. J., Kinzer, C. K., Coiro, J., & Cammack, D. W.  (2004).  In R. B. Ruddell & N. Unruh (Eds.).  Theoretical models and processes of reading (5th ed., pp. 1570-1613).  Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

     

    Kinzer, C. K. & Leander, K.  (2003).  Technology and the language arts: Implications of an expanded definition of literacy.  In  J. Flood, D. Lapp, J. R.  Squire, & J. M. Jensen (Eds.), Handbook of research and teaching the English language arts (pp. 546-566).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2003).  Toward a theoretical framework of new literacies on the Internet: Central principles.  In J. C. Richards & M. C. McKenna (Eds.), Integrating multiple literacies in K-8 Classrooms: Cases, commentaries, and practical applications (pp. 18-37).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  The special power of multimedia cases to invite democratic teaching and learning.  In R. F. McNergney, E. R. Ducharme & M. K. Ducharme (Eds.), Educating for democracy (pp. 45-60).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (1998).  Multimedia and Enhanced Learning: Transforming Preservice Education.  In D. Reinking, M. McKenna, L. Labbo, & R. Kieffer (Eds.), Handbook of technology and literacy: Transformations in a post-typographic world (pp. 185-202).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1995).  An anchored instruction perspective on education with a focus on engineering education.  In J. Bourne, A. Broderson, & M. Dawant (Eds.), The influence of technology on engineering education (pp. 66-81).  New York: CRC Press.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J.  (1995).  Improving teacher education through dissemination of videodisc-based case procedures and influencing the teaching of future college professionals.  In S. P. McGraw & S. L.Newkirk (Eds.). Fund for the improvement of secondary education: Program book and project descriptions (pp. 181-182).  Washington, DC: Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  Using multimedia environments for developing literacy in at-risk students.  In B. Means (Ed.), Technology and educational reform: The reality behind the promise (pp. 23-56).  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  Anchored instruction and situated cognition revisited: A response to Tripp.  In H. McLellan (Ed.), Perspectives on situated learning.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publishers.

     

          This is a reprint of the article by the same name in Educational Technology, 34(8), 28-32.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1994).  From visual word problems to learning communities: Changing conceptions to cognitive research.  In K. McGilly (Ed.), Classroom lessons: Integrating cognitive theory and classroom practice (pp. 157-200).  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press/Bradford Books.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  Toward integrated curricula: Possibilities from anchored instruction.  In M. Rabinowitz (Ed.), Developing instruction and assessing competence (pp. 33-55).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  An anchored instruction approach to cognitive skills acquisition and intelligent tutoring.  In J. W. Regian & V.. J. Shute (Eds.), Cognitive approaches to automated instruction (pp. 135-170).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.,  with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  Anchored instruction and science and mathematics: Theoretical basis, Developmental projects, and initial research findings.  In R. Duschl & R. Hamilton (Eds.), Philosophy of science, cognitive psychology, and educational theory and practice (pp. 244-273).  New York: SUNY Press.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.,  with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1993).  Designing learning environments that support thinking: The Jasper series as a case study.  In T. M. Duffy, J. Lowyck, & D. H. Jonassen (Eds.), Designing environments for constructive learning (pp. 9-36).  New York: Springer-Verlag.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Sharp, D., Goldman, S., Kinzer, C. K., & Soraci, S.  (1992).  Literacy in an age of integrated media.  In M. J. Dreher & W. Slater (Eds.), Elementary school literacy: Critical issues (pp. 183-210).  Norwood, MA: Christopher Gordon Publishers.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Vye, N. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V.  (1990).  Teaching thinking and content knowledge: Toward an integrated approach.  In B. F. Jones & L. Idol (Eds.), Dimensions of thinking and cognitive instruction (pp. 381-413).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Sherwood, R. D., Hasselbring, T. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S. M.  (1990).  Anchored instruction: Why we need it and how technology can help.  In D. Nix & R. Spiro (Eds.), Cognition, education and multimedia (pp. 115-141).  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1986).  Universals of computer systems.  In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 31-57).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Kinzer, C. K., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1986).  Com­puters as educa­tional tools.  In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 3-14).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Hynds, S., & Loofbourrow, M. C.  (1986).  Microcomputer applications in reading and writing instruction.  In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 213-252).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

     

    Loofbourrow, M. C., Kinzer, C. K., & Sherwood, R. D.  (1986).  Microcomputers: Issues of ethics and equity. In Kinzer, C. K., Sherwood, R. D., & Bransford, J.D.  (Eds.),  Computer strategies for education:  Foundations and content area applications (pp. 131-146).  Columbus, OH: C. E. Merrill.

     

     

     

    4.   Computer Software, Video

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (2000).  Consultant to Best practices in reading.  A nine-part video/broadcast series for Nashville Public Television.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1999).  Instructional practices in reading: A videotape to accompany the book, Effective Literacy Instruction, K-8, 4th edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

     

    Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1999).  Instructor’s guide and test bank to accompany the book, Effective Literacy Instruction, K-8, 4th edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

     

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (1993-1995).  Eight videodisc-based cases for use in preservice reading methods classes (funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education: FIPSE).  Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt.  (1985-1995).  I am coauthor on several videodisc and software products through Peabody/Vanderbilt's Learning Technology Center, for example:  videodiscs from The Jasper Woodbury Problem Solving Series, The Little Planet Young Children's Literacy Series, The IBM Museum Project Videodisc, The Adult Literacy Videodisc, and others.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1995).  Instructional practices in reading: A videotape to accompany the book, Effective Reading Instruction, K-8, 3rd edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1987).  Microtest computerized test bank to accompany Leu & Kinzer's "Effective Reading Instruction."   Columbus, OH: Merrill.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (Technology Consultant).  (1987).  Comprehension enhancement computer software.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Leu, D. J.  (1995).  Instructional practices in reading: A videotape to accompany the book, Effective Reading Instruction, K-8, 2nd edition.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc.

     

     

     

    5.   Technical Reports, Proceedings, ERIC Documents

     

    Kinzer, C. K. (2011). Lit: A Game Intervention for Nicotine Smokers (Final Report). Boston: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

     

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2011). STEPS to literacy: Improving the academic literacy skills of ELL learners (Year 2 Annual Report).  Washington DC: USDOE/Institute of Instructional Sciences.

     

    Kinzer, C. K. (2010). Lit: A Game Intervention for Nicotine Smokers (Year 1 Annual Report). Boston: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J. (2009).  Examining issues of use and sustainability: broad-based implementation of anchored instruction to enhance the literacy and social studies skills of mildly disabled learners.  Final Report, 107pp.  Washington, DC: USDOE,Office of Special Education Programs, Federal Records Center Archive.

     

    Kleifgen, J. & Kinzer, C. K. (2009). STEPS to Literacy: Improving the Academic Literacy Skills of ELL Learners: Year 1 Report.  USDOE/Institute of Instructional Sciences.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (2007).  Evaluating the Use and Implementation of Anchored Instruction Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Learning of Mildly Disabled Students: Year Three Progress Report.  Office of Special Education Programs, USDOE: Federal Records Center, 107pp.

     

    Kleifgen, J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (2007). STEPS to Literacy.  Final project report to the Kellogg Foundation.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (2006).  Evaluating the Use and Implementation of Anchored Instruction Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Learning of Mildly Disabled Students: Year Two Progress Report.  Office of Special Education Programs, USDOE.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W.  (2006).  Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement, Year Five Progress Report.  NSF.

     

    Kapur, M., Voiklis, J., & Kinzer, C. (2005). Problem solving as a complex, evolutionary activity: A methodological framework for analyzing problem-solving processes in a computer-supported collaborative environment. Proceedings the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Conference 2005, Taipei, Taiwan.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W.  (2003).  Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement, Year Three Progress Report.  NSF.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L. D., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W.  (2001).  Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement: Year One Progress Report.  NSF.

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (2000).  Evaluating the Use and Implementation of Anchored Instruction Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Learning of Mildly Disabled Students: Year One Progress Report. (1999-2000).

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J.  (1998).  An Integrated Curriculum and Knowledge Approach to Literacy and Social Studies Instruction for Students with Mild Disabilities: Final Report. (1993-1997).  Final report on a three-year project funded by the USDOE/SEP.

     

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, (1977).  Improving Teacher Education through Dissemination of Videodisc-based Case Procedures and Influencing the Teaching of Future College Professionals: Final Report. (1994-1997).  Final report on a three-year project funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).

     

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1994).  Improving undergraduate teacher education with technology and case-based instruction.  Final report on a three-year project funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Baker, E. A.  (1991).  Policy implications of new and emerging technologies.  Charleston, West Virginia: Appalachia Educational Laboratory.

     

    Kawamura, K., Bourne, J. R., Cantwell, J., DeBrock, L., Jiang, J., Shenoy, R., Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S.  (1988).  Creating an intelligent, interactive tutoring system:  Final report.  Center for Intelligent Systems: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

     

    Kawamura, K., Bourne, J. R., Cantwell, J., DeBrock, L., Jiang, J., Shenoy, R., Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S. (1987).  Research on generic training systems: Phase II final report.  Center for Intelligent Systems: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

     

    Bransford, J. D., Sherwood, R. D., Kinzer, C. K., & Hasselbring, T. S.  (1985).  Havens for learning:  Toward a framework for developing effective uses of technology (Tech. Rep. No. 85.1.1).  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University, Learning Technology Center.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262752).

     

    Stone, R. J., & Kinzer, C. K.  (1985).  Effects of Spanish/English language pattern differences on ESL learners' comprehension of English text.  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University, Department of Teaching and Learning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 266434).

     

    Kinzer, C. K., Littlefield, J., Delclos, V. R., & Bransford, J. D.  (1984).  Different logo learning environments and mastery:  Relationships between engagement and learning (Tech. Rep. No. 84.1.4).  Peabody/Vanderbilt Learning Technology Center:  NIMH (MH-38253).  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 262751).

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Stone, R. J.  (1983).  A comparative study of educators' perceptions and use of mandated reading assessments.  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University, Department of Teaching and Learning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 228628).

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1983).  Comprehension deficits from inability to shift schemata:  Interference of existing knowledge on acquiring new knowledge from text.  Nashville, TN:  Vanderbilt University Department of Teaching and Learning.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 230904).

     

    Murphy, S., Carroll, K., Kinzer, C. K., & Robyns, A.  (1982).  A study of a writing prompt by its authors, the student writers, and the raters (Tech. Rep. No. 4).  University of California, Berkeley:  Bay Area Writing Project (NIE-G-80-0034).

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Murphy, S.  (1982).  The effects of topic and response variables on holistic score:  A preliminary study and validation of an analysis technique (Tech. Rep. No. 3).  University of California, Berkeley:  Bay Area Writing Project (NIE-G-80-0034).

     

    Kinzer, C. K., & Muhtadi, N. A.  (1977).  Assessment of junior high school students' attitudes toward school when in homogenous and heterogeneous ability groupings  (Report No. 77:25).  Vancouver, Canada:  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia.

     

    Kinzer, C. K.  (1977).  Evaluation of a functioning reading center (Report No. 77:2).  Vancouver, Canada:  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia.

     

    honors and awards

    Elected Board Member (2003-2005) for the National reading Conference.

    Computers in Reading Research Award (2003) from the Technology and Literacy Special interest Group of the International Reading Association "for groundbreaking work in the use of anchor cases for preservice teacher preparation."

    Visiting Scholar, Nijmegen Literacy Research Center, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, June, 1999.

    The Jasper experiment: An exploration of issues in learning and instructional design. Educational Technology Research and Development, 40, 65-80. (Co-recipients: Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt). This paper won the Outstanding Journal Article Award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (Division of Instructional Development). The award was presented at the annual AECT conference, New Orleans, LA. (January, 1993)

    Peabody Multimedia Adult Literacy Program. (Co-recipients: L. Goin, T. Hasselbring, V. Risko). This program won a National Certificate of Achievement Award, placing sixth out of 750 programs that were examined as part of the Johns Hopkins National Search for Computing Applications to Assist Persons with Disabilities. The award was presented at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. (February, 1992).

    An Interactive Videodisc Program to Teach Sick-day Rules. (Co-recipients: E. Boswell, J. Pichert, G. Snyder). This program won the 1992 American Association of Diabetes Educators' Allene Van Son Award for Diabetes Patient Education Tools. The award was presented at the 19th AADE annual meeting in Anaheim, CA. (August, 1992).

    Some benefits of creating macro-contexts for science instruction: Initial findings. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 24, 417-435. (Co-recipients: J. Bransford, J. Franks, R. Sherwood). This paper won the National Association for Research in Science Teaching JRST award as the paper making the most significant contribution during the 1987 volume year. The award was presented at the annual meeting of the NARST. (April, 1987).

    professional presentations

    1. Competitive / Reviewed Papers

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 2003). The social and synergistic characteristics of metacognition. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

    Kinzer, C. K., Labbo, L., Leu, D. J., Teale, W., Schrader, P. G., Coiro, J., & Cammack,. D. W. (April, 2003). New literacies for new times: teaching preservice teachers how to teach reading and writing via digital interactive cases on the WWW. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 2003). The Impact of Anchored Instruction on the Interaction and Critical Thinking Skills of Secondary School Students with Disabilities. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Seattle, WA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 2002). Effective use of classroom computers: Video examples from K-3 classrooms. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Siefert, L, Cammack, D. W., & Kinzer, C. K. (April, 2002). Issues of curriculum design and assessment in technology-rich literacy learning environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Cammack, D. W. (2002). Evaluating the impact of on-line, multimedia CTELL cases in preservice literacy education courses. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 2001). Enhancing teacher education and beginning reading instruction with technology: The CTELL project. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Seifert, L. & Kinzer, C. K. (2002). Multimedia technology and anchored instruction as tools to enhance middle school students' learning of literacy and social studies. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Cammack, D. W., & Kinzer, C. K. (May, 2001). Looking at How Technology Integration Works: A Demonstration Project in Inclusion Settings. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Maloch, B., & Kinzer, C. K. (2001). The Impact of Multimedia Cases on Preservice Teachers' Learning and Subsequent Teaching of Literacy: A Follow-Up Study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 2000). Exploring New Technology Applications in Literacy Education; Exploring New Internet Applications for Literacy Growth (double Symposium discussant/presenter). Annual meeting, National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 2000). Sustaining Instructional Innovations that Promote Meaningful Changes in Curriculum. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 2000). The Convergence of Literacy Instruction and Networked Technologies for Information and Communication. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association's Reading Research Quarterly featured speakers session, Indianapolis, IN.

    Kinzer, C. K. (July, 2000). Using Listservs in Preservice Education: Group Communication and Communicative Intent. Paper presented at the International World Congress on Reading, Aukland, New Zealand.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1999). Issues of software design: Optimizing instructor and learner goals. Paper presented at the 49th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1999). Group communication and communicative intent: Uses and perceptions of listservs in preservice literacy education courses. Paper presented at the 49th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1999). Teaching with the Internet: Preparing children for their literacy futures through the use of listservs in professional development. Paper presented at the 44th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 1999). Shifting to student-centered, collaborative classrooms. Symposium Discussant at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (February, 1999). Listserv use and interactive instruction in preservice education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Washington, DC.

    Paper / Panel presentation (with H. Rieth and L. Prestidge, March, 1999). Using anchored instruction to enhance social studies and literacy learning in inclusion classrooms. International Conference on Technology and Education, Edinburgh, Scotland, March, 1999.

    Pichert, J. W., Schlundt, D. G., Boswell, E., Kinzer, C. K., Backer, B. A., & Schweikart, M. J. (March, 1999). Improving health professionals' adherence promotion and problem solving skills. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1998). Using listservs to foster professional development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1998). Implementing multimedia technology in an eighth-grade resource room: Positive influences on literacy and social studies learning of learning disabled students. Paper presented at the 48th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Williams, S., Goldman, S. R., Singer Gabella, M., Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (April, 1998). Initial evaluation of on-line professional development and mentoring. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1997). Contrasting teachers' views of literacy ability and students' performance in a technology-supported curriculum. Paper presented at the 47th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K. (March, 1997). Issues of structure and user interface design in multimedia cases: Lessons from preservice reading instruction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    McKenna, M. & Kinzer, C. K., Cowart, E., & Watkins, J. (December, 1997). Effects of talking books on the reading growth of problem readers in second grade. Paper presented at the 47th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K. (March, 1997). Technology in inclusion classrooms: Questions for collaborative partnerships. A discussion paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1996). Reflection and social practices as influences on technology research: A need for expanding definitions. Paper presented at the 46th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1996). Redefining text: Lessons in multimedia design for literacy learners. Paper presented at the 46th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1996). Transforming K-12 instruction through preservice education. Paper presented at the 46th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference.

    Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., & Baker, E. A. (1996). Developing future teachers' conceptual change and interdisciplinary knowledge within multimedia environments. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

    Peter, J. A., Gabella, M. S., Woody, K., & Kinzer, C. K. (1996). The impact of segmenting and prediscussion on multimedia-anchored instruction in a middle school resource room. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

    Kinzer. C. K. (1996). Enhancing reading in the early grades: Incorporating knowledge about effective reading instruction into instructional software. Preconvention Keynote address presented at the 41st annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (1995). Implications of multimedia anchored instruction for teacher education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Gabella, M. (April, 1995). Modes of presentation: A discussion of three alternative forms with an emphasis on multimedia. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Gabella, M. S., Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. J. (1995). At the nexus: Linking research on technology, learning disabilities, and social studies and literacy learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Baker, E. A., & Brewer, G. (December, 1995). Using multimedia cases to enhance preservice instruction in reading education: Issues of case design. Paper presented at the 45th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (May, 1995). Practical and theoretical issues to consider when using multimedia in literacy instruction. Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Degler, L. (October, 1995). Use of multimedia cases to improve teacher education: A dissemination project. Paper presented at the FIPSE 1995 Project Directors' Meeting. Washington, DC.

    Rieth, H. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (November, 1995). Using multimedia to enhance social studies and literacy learning in eighth-grade special education resource rooms. Paper presented at the 18th annual TED Meeting for the Council for Exceptional Children, Honolulu, HA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V.J. (June, 1995). Multimedia cases in teacher education: A working seminar. 2-1/2 day FIPSE Workshop, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 1994). Multimedia support for the development of literacy educators. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1994). Exploring anchored instruction, integrated teaching, and thematic approaches to enhance learning in elementary grades. Paper presented at the 39th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Canada.

    Sharp, D., Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (December, 1994). The Young Children's Literacy Project: Video and software tools for accelerating literacy in at-risk kindergarten children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Meltzer, L., Carson, J., Bigenho, F., Peter, J., & Henley, A. (December, 1994). Multimedia tools to enhance preservice, reading-teacher preparation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 1993). Cases as pedagogical tools in preservice teacher preparation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Meltzer, L., Bigenho, F., Carson, J., Degler, L., & Granier, D. (April, 1993). Designing videodisc-based case methodology for the reform of reading education courses: The classroom as a case. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Risko, V. J. (October, 1993). Integrating technology into an interdisciplinary curriculum. Presentation for the National Foundation for the Improvement of Education, meeting held at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN October 28-31, 1993.

    Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., Degler, L., Granier, D., Carson, J., Bigenho, F., & Meltzer, L. (December, 1993). Pre-service teacher education through anchored, problem-solving experiences: Using videodisc-based cases to support the development of literacy educators. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Charleston, SC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 1993). Using literacy activities and multimedia as a base: Integrating subject areas to maximize students' potential. Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX.

    Risko, V. J., Granier, D. L., Bigenho, F., Meltzer, L., Carson, J. (May, 1993). Reforming reading methods classes with case-based video technology. Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX.

    Simons, H. D., Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1993). The manuscript review process: Relationships between reviewer expertise and experience, manuscript comments, relationships, and critical recommendations. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Charleston, SC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1992). Examining news-based, videodisc anchored instruction to enhance main idea comprehension and writing. Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1992). Publishing in NRC-refereed publications. Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1992). First steps toward implementing case-based instruction in reading education classes: students' perceptions of instruction and instructional needs. Paper presented at the 42nd annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Pichert, J. (1992). Embedded data in diabetes patient education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Pichert, J. W., Snyder, G. M., Kinzer, C. K., & Boswell, E. J. (1992). Problem-solving anchored instruction (AI) for sick days. Paper presented at the 52nd annual meeting of the American Diabetes Association, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1992). Extending middle-schoolers' world knowledge: Using literary anchors to situate content-area learning. Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Yount, D. D. (1991). Exploring preservice teachers' beliefs, knowledge and practices. Paper presented at the 41st annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., with the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt. (1991). Video environments for connecting mathematics, science, and other disciplines. Paper presented at the Wingspread Conference on Integrated Science and Mathematics Teaching and Learning, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Hasselbring, T. S., & Goin, L. (1991). Enhancing adult literacy training through anchored instruction, hypermedia, and voice recognition technologies. Paper presented at the 2nd annual North American Adult Literacy Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

    Sharp, D., Vye, N., Bransford, J. D., Goldman, S., Soraci, S., Kinzer, C. K., & O'Bannion, K. (1991). Environments for building language and visualization skills in young, at-risk children. Paper presented at the International Association for Cognitive Education, Riverside, CA.

    Meltzer, L., Kinzer, C. K., & Schmidt, C. S. (1991). Using video technology to enhance the writing performance of students with learning disabilities. Paper presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1991). Enhanced and future uses of anchored instruction in literacy learning. Paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (Session Chair). (1991). The value of technology and suggestions from teachers who have used it. Session presented at the 36th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (1990). Linking literature with writing through videodisc technology. Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Hasselbring, T. S., Schmidt, C. A., & Meltzer, L. (1990). Effects of multimedia to enhance writing ability. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Boston, MA.

    Risko, V. J., Kinzer, C. K., Vye, N. J., Rowe, D. W. (1990). Effects of videodisc macrocontexts on comprehension and composition of causally-cohesive stories. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Boston, MA.

    Bourne, J. R., Kinzer, C. K., van der Molen, et al. (1990). Intelligent Hypertutoring for High School Science Instruction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Educational Computing Conference, Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V. J., Goodman, J., McLarty, K., & Carson, J. (1990). A study of teachers using videodisc-anchors in literacy instruction. Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.

    Schmidt, C. R., Meltzer, L., Kinzer, C. K., Bransford, J. D., & Hasselbring, T. S. (1990). The effects of video and oral media on story comprehension and writing. Biennial Conference on Human Development. Richmond, VA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1989). Macrocontexts to facilitate learning: Creating meaningful contexts for instruction. Symposium at the 39th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., McLarty, K., & Martin, G. (1989). Some effects of macrocontexts on vocabulary learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (1989). Effects of providing videodisc-based macrocontexts to anchor vocabulary learning. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V., Vye, N. J., & Sherwood, R. D. (1988). Macrocontexts for enhancing instruction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1988). Mental models and teacher beliefs: Relationships between reading teachers' theoretical beliefs, idealized environments, and classroom decision-making. Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Goodman, J., Kinzer, C. K., & Rieth, H. (1988). Effects and procedures of video integration on vocabulary instruction. Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. (1988). Contexts to facilitate learning. Paper presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1988). An analysis of the efficacy of microcomputer application with mildly handicapped secondary school students: Focus on reading and vocabulary development. Paper presented at the annual meeting, CEC/TAM Conference on Special Education, Reno, Nevada.

    Kinzer, C. K., Risko, V., Vye, N. J., & Sherwood, R. D. (1988). Macrocontexts for enhancing vocabulary instruction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987). Teacher issues in the use of microcomputers. Invitational Research Symposium on Special Education Technology, Center for Special Education Technology. Symposium funded by Office of Special Education Programs/USDOE, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987). Teachers, instruction, instructional frameworks: Possible differences, possible differences, potential directions. Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987). Macrocontexts to enhance reading instruction: Testing a computer-controlled, videodisc approach. Paper presented at the 37th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida.

    Sturdivant, T., Johnson, R., Kinzer, C. K., & Bransford, J. D. (1987). Students as "producers." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1986). The translation of beliefs into practice: Observations of reading instruction. Paper presented at the 36th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1986).Teachers' instructional frameworks: Researching the existence and influence of teachers' belief systems. Paper presented at the Eleventh World Congress on Reading, London, England.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1986). Teacher beliefs and constraints on reading instruction. Paper presented at the International Reading Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1985). Interactions between teachers and students in classroom settings: The outcomes of oral reading miscues. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Carrick, D. A. (1985). Frame clashes in instruction. Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1985). Language arts in a problem-solving context: Countdown to appropriate computer applications. Paper presented at the NCTE Spring Conference, Houston, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1985). Applying a five-stage model of microcomputer use to the reading classroom. Paper presented at the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Carrick, D. A. (1984). Oral reading miscues and dialect variation: A study of black English forms. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1984). Oral reading miscues in classroom settings: Patterns of student miscues, teacher corrections and student reaction to different correction strategies. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Stone, R. J. (1984). Some possible effects of English language pattern differences on fifth graders' reading comprehension. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1983). The effect of different imaging strategies on students' retellings. Paper presented at the 33rd National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1983). Comprehension deficits from inability to shift schemata: Interference of existing knowledge on acquiring new knowledge from text. Paper presented at the American Education Research association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982). Self awareness and changes in reading attitudes: Influences and effects of the remedial situation. Paper presented at the 32nd National Reading Conference, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982). A study of task demands in two writing prompts. Paper presented at the 32nd National Reading Conference, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982). Educators' perceptions, attitudes, and values on testing reading: An international perspective. Paper presented at the 32nd National Reading Conference, Florida.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982). The writing event: Consistencies and inconsistencies across topic authors, student writers, and raters in a holistic assessment. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, 1982.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982). Interference effects of known meanings on vocabulary learning: Encountering the unexpected during the reading process. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982). Topic based expectations of participants in the writing event. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1981). Evaluation and testing in reading: Educators' attitudes and preferences. Paper presented at the Thirty-first National Reading Conference, Dallas, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1981). A taxonomy of cognition: Contributions and limitations for analyzing the reading task. Paper presented at the Thirty-first National Reading Conference, Dallas, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1981). Significant teachers: Influence, characteristics, and classroom effectiveness. Symposium discussant at the Thirty-first National Reading Conference, Dallas, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1980). Reading models from an interdisciplinary perspective: Some answers are already there. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    2. Invited Addresses / Papers

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 2003). Technology as a tool for teaching: Pitfalls and possibilities. Keynote address to the combined faculty of Fordham University, New York.

    Labbo, L. D., Kinzer, C. K., Leu, D. J., & Teale, W. H., with Cammack, D. W., Kara-Soteriou, J., & Sanny, R. (In press). Teacher wisdom stories: Cautions and recommendations for using computer-related technologies for literacy instruction. The Reading Teacher.

    Kinzer, C. K., Cammack, D. W., & Seifert, L. (2003). CTELL cases, anchored instruction, and classroom implementation. Invited paper presentation at Reading Research 2003, a national meeting sponsored by the International Reading Association and the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading,

    Kinzer, C.K. (2003, June). The importance of recognizing the expanding boundaries of literacy. Reading Online, 6(10).

    Kinzer, C. K., & Cammack, D. W. (June, 2002). Implications of merging instructional design, legacy cycles and Internet technologies for outreach programs in health education. Presentation to the executive subcommittee, Board of Directors, Robert Crown Center for Health Education, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 2002). Discussant Paper for New times: First person shooter games go to college. Presented at the Symposium Session of the same name, Jerome Harste, Chair (51st annual meeting of the National reading Conference, Orlando, FL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (April, 2002). New Literacies for new times: Researchers share innovative models of literacy education using the Internet. Preconvention Institute at the International Reading Association, San Francisco, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Cammack, D. W. (August, 2001). Scaffolding for Story Comprehension: Increasing Student understanding and Participation in an Inclusion Classroom. University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands (Sponsored by the Dutch National Science Foundation).

    Kinzer, C. K. (January, 2001). Technology Innovations and Perspectives on Classroom Insturction. Invited presentation and staff development seminar, Benchmark School, Philadelphia, PA.

    Kinzer, C. (2000/2001, December/January). Addressing issues of Internet safety [an Electronic Classroom Web watch]. Reading Online, 4(6). Available: http:www.readingonline.org/electronic/elec_index.asp?HREF=/electronic/webwatch/safety/index.html.

    Kinzer, C. K. (July, 2000). Policy Perspectives on Research in Literacy Education. Invited panel presentation for the International World Congress on Reading, Aukland, New Zealand.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 2000). Cases and Listservs in Preservice Literacy Education. Invited paper presentation at Reading Research 2000: Learning to Teach Reading--Setting the Research Agenda, a national meeting sponsored by the International Reading Association, Indianapolis, IN.

    Kinzer, C. K. (January, 2000). Integrating the Internet in Classroom Literacy Instruction. Invited presentation and staff development seminar, Benchmark School, Philadelphia, PA.

    Rieth, H., & Kinzer, C. K. (2001). Multimedia-based anchored instruction. In D. D. Smith (Ed.). Introduction to special education: Teaching in an age of challenge (4th edition, pp. 2247-248). Boston Mass: Allyn & Bacon. (Invited "Research to practice" discussion).

    Kinzer, C. K. (June, 1999).Case-based instruction and multimedia implementations in Literacy Research and Teaching. Invited Research Lecture sponsored by the Nijmegen Literacy Research Center, Ludo Verhoeven, Director. University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1999). Using technology in classroom literacy programs: Current and future possibilities. Invited feature-paper presentation at the 44th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (June, 1998). Integrating the Internet into elementary school curricula. Invited paper presentation for School District #34 (Abbotsford), Abbotsford, B.C., Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1997). Multimedia cases in preservice literacy education. Invited paper presentation to the Organization of Teacher Educators in Reading (OTER) at the 42nd annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA.

    Risko, V. J. & Kinzer, C. K. (March, 1997). Using multimedia cases for building comprehension and application of information. Invited paper presentation at the 16th annual research conference of the Office Systems Research Association, Nashville, TN. (Note: presented by C. Kinzer.)

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko V. J. (October, 1996). Transforming instruction. Invited panel member and presenter to the National Reading Research Conference on Literacy and Technology for the 21st Century. Atlanta, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (March, 1996). Enhancing preservice education through the use of multimedia technology. Invited paper presentation to the 7th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Phoenix/Mesa, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1996). A multimedia case-based approach to enhancing teacher education and multicultural awareness. Invited paper presentation to the School of Education at the University of Georgia. Athens, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (March, 1995). Technology-based learning environments for teacher education. Invited General Session Address to the Sixth International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Risko, V. J. (November, 1995). Multimedia cases in teacher education. Invited, 2-day workshop presentation sponsored by the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Fall Technology Leadership Seminar. University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

    Granier, D., Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (May, 1995). Using video technology for preparing future reading teachers. Invited paper presentation for the Video and Literacy Special Interest Group (Video and Teacher Education Strand). Paper presented at the 40th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1995). Publishing in NRC publications. Invited paper presentation at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (July, 1995). Using case-based methods in undergraduate education. Invited paper presentation for the faculty of education at Western Washington University.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1995). Using case-based, multimedia approaches in undergraduate education. Invited address to the faculty of education at John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH.

    Kinzer, C. K., (March, 1994). Multimedia cases as a vehicle for case-cased preservice instruction. Invited paper presentation to the Faculty of Education and the Research Faculty of the National Center for the Study of Reading and Literacy, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (December, 1994). Publishing in NRC publications. Invited paper presentation at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K. (November, 1993). Effective use of videodisc cases in preservice teacher preparation. Invited paper presentation for a meeting sponsored by Optical Data Corporation, Chicago, IL.

    Risko, V. J., & Kinzer, C. K. (November, 1993). Using video cases. Invited paper presentation for Using Cases to Prepare Teachers and Administrators: A Working Conference on Case-based Teaching. Lake Tahoe, NV, October 1-2, 1993.

    Kinzer, C. K. & Risko, V. J. (November, 1993). What do teachers and administrators learn from video cases? Invited paper presentation for Using Cases to Prepare Teachers and Administrators: A Working Conference on Case-based Teaching. Lake Tahoe, NV, October 1-2, 1993.

    Kinzer, C. K. (June, 1992). Multimedia in learning at all levels: Beyond the "Young Sherlock" project. Invited paper presentation to the IBM Academic Computing Conference, San Diego, CA.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Williams, S. M. (1992). The "Young Sherlock" project. Invited paper presentation sponsored by IBM, presented at the American Association of College Teacher Educators, San Antonio, TX.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1992). Facilitating awareness and education through existing and emerging technologies. Invited paper presentation to Resourcelink 1: Conference Sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services. Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1992). Multimedia applications to enhance learning in school and university settings. Invited paper presentation to the Faculty of Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1991). Using technology to improve learning and teacher education. Invited paper presentation to OERI/IBM technology conference, Washington, DC.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1991). Anchored invitations to learning. Invited keynote presentation to the LAU Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1990). Developing expertise: New possibilities. Invited paper presentation for NAPARE, Chicago, IL.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1989). Creating contexts for learning with videodiscs and multimedia. Invited paper presentation for the Schumann Lecture Series, Harvard University, Boston.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1988). Macrocontexts to facilitate learning. Invited paper presentation at the 38th annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Tucson, AZ.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1988). Uses of technology in teaching and learning. Invited paper presentation at the Graduate School of Education, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1987). Influencing thinking and learning. Invited paper presentation for Huntsville City School District, Huntsville, AL.

    Sherwood, R. D., & Kinzer, C. K. (1986). Videodisc technology in instruction. Invited paper presentation at the Third Annual Tennessee Educational Computing Conference, Nashville, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1986). Computers in reading and language arts: Future directions. Invited paper presentation at the Calgary Teachers' Convention, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1985). Computers in the reading classroom. Invited paper presentation at the Southeastern Regional Meeting, International Reading Association.

    Kinzer, C. K., & Sherwood, R. D. (1984). Interactive videodisc: Uses in instruction. Invited paper presentation at the Second Annual Tennessee Statewide Technology Conference.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1983, October). What we know can help us teach. Invited paper presentation at the Annual Conference, Kentucky State Reading Association.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1983, June). Specialized reading needs specialized teaching: Aids for comprehending content-area texts. Invited paper presentation at the 9th Annual Communications Conference, TN.

    Kinzer, C. K. (1982, November). What to do with non-narrative reading materials: A workshop in teaching subject-area reading. Invited paper presentation at the Annual Conference, Tennessee Council (International Reading Association).

    biographical information

    active professional organizations

    American Educational Research Association
    International Reading Association
    National Reading Conference
    Phi Delta Kappa
    National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy
    South East Literacy Consortium (Executive Board Member)

    grants

    McGraw Hill "Future Direction" Workshop. (2012). Principal Investigotor (Funded by McGraw Hill Digitia Innovations Group, $30,000.

    STEPS to Literacy: An Integrated Digital Writing Space for English Language Learners. (2009-2012). Co-Principal Investigator (funded by USDOE/IES, $1,500,000).

    Games for Learning Institute (2008-2011). Project Director and Principal Investigator at the TC site ($290,000).  Subcontract to NYU; funded by Microsoft Research ($1,500,000).  Ken Perlin, NYU, overall Project Director and Principal Investigator; Jan Plass, NYU, Project Co-Principal Investigator.

    Intel Grant for Student Projects (2009-2010).  Project Director (funded by Intel Corporation, $30,000).

    Intel Grant for Student Projects (2008-2009).  Project Director (funded by Intel Corporation, $30,000).

    Tilmanis Scholarship Research Fund (2007-2008).  Project Director (funded by the Intel Foundation, $25,000).

    Tilmanis Scholarship Research Fund (2006-2007).  Project Director (funded by the Intel Foundation, $50,000).

    Examining Issues of Use and Sustainability: Broad-based Implementation of Anchored Instruction to Enhance the Literacy and Social Studies Skills of Mildly Disabled Learners.  (2005-2009). Project Director and Co-principal Investigator (funded by USDOE/SEP, $1,062,278).

    STEPS to Literacy.  (2005-2006).  Co-Principal Investigator (funded by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, $100,000).

    Best Practices--Teacher Preparation--Technology: Connections that Enhance Children's Literacy Acquisition and Reading Achievement.  (2000-2005).  Project Director/Principal Investigator at the Vanderbilt University Site, 25% FTE.  NSF ($1,853,515).  Co-Principal Investigator of the overall IERI Project (funded by NSF, $5,551,059).

    Steppingstones for Technology Innovation for Students with Disabilities.  (1999-2001).  Project Director/Principal Investigator, 25% FTE.  USDOE/SEP ($417,391).

    The VaNTH Engineering Research Center for Bioengineering Educational Technology.  (1999-2004).  Participant, 10% FTE.  NSF ($1,999,795).

    Anchored Instruction Components for the National Diabetes Research and Training Center.  (1996-2000). Investigator, 10% FTE.  NIMH ($400,000).

    An Integrated Curriculum and Knowledge Approach to Literacy and Social Studies Instruction for Students with Mild Disabilities. (1993-1997).  Project Director and Co-principal Investigator, 15% FTE.  USDOE/SEP ($750,000).

    Improving Teacher Education through Dissemination of Videodisc-based Case Procedures and Influencing the Teaching of Future College Professionals. (1994-1997).  Co-principal investigator.  25% FTE.  USDOE/FIPSE ($218,880).

    Paradigm Shifts in Engineering Education.  (1992-1994).  Investigator, 10% FTE.  NSF ($442,963).

    Improving Undergraduate Teacher Education in Language and Literacy with Technology and Case-Based Instruction.  (1991-1994).  Co-Principal Investigator, 25% FTE.  USDOE/FIPSE ($381,036).

    Intelligent Hypertutoring: A New Methodology for Undergraduate Engineering Laboratory Instruction.  (1989-1991).  Investigator, 10% FTE.  NSF ($500,000).

    Multimedia Adult Literacy Project.  (1989-1990).  Co-Principal Investigator, 15% FTE.  Apple Computer Incorporated ($90,000).

    Anchored Instruction Components for the National Diabetes Research and Training Center.  (1989-1994).  Co-Principal Investigator, 10% FTE.  NIMH ($400,000).

    Tools to Enhance Learning.  (1988-1990).  Co-Principal Investigator, 15% FTE.  USDOE ($201,000).

    Macrocontexts to facilitate learning.  (1987-1989).  Co-Principal Investigator, 25% FTE.  OERI ($450,000).

    An analysis of the instructional and contextual variables that influence the efficacy of computer-based instruction for mildly handicapped students.  (1986).  Investigator, Member of Author Team, 15% FTE.  Special Education Programs  ($250,000).

    Creating an intelligent, interactive tutoring system.  (1986-1988).  Investigator, Member of Author Team, 25% FTE.  Osaka Gas Company  ($395,000).

    IBM Museum Project.  (1986-1988).  Consultant, Member of Author Team.  IBM Corporation  ($180,000).

    Programs for teaching problem solving.  (1985-1987).  Investigator, 15% FTE.  IBM Corporation  ($130,000).

    School of the future.  (1984).  Member of Author Team and Co-ordinating Committee.  IBM Corporation  ($50,000).

    Visually impaired project.  (1984).  Consultant, 5% FTE.  Apple Foundation  ($20,000 Equipment Grant).

    Educational HAVENS:  Videodisc contexts for learning across science and language arts.  (1984).  Co-Principal Investigator.  Spencer Foundation Grant  ($8,000).

    Writing task demands, processes and performance outcomes across two academic areas.  (1984).  Principal Investigator.  Spencer Foundation Grant  ($8,000).

    Teacher/Student interactions resulting from oral reading errors:  Effects of dialect variation.  (1982).  Principal Investigator.  Spencer Foundation Grant  ($7,500).

    An analysis of secondary reading programs in Tennessee.  (1981).  Principal Investigator.  Vanderbilt University Research Council Discretionary Grant #643  ($1,000).

    The relationship between junior high students' standardized reading scores and cloze performance in British Columbia prescribed science texts.  (1977).  Principal Investigator.  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia, Research Grant #191  ($1,500).

    Assessment of junior high school students' attitudes toward school when in homogeneous and heterogeneous ability groups.  (1976).  Principal Investigator.  Educational Research Institute of British Columbia, Research Grant #164  ($1,700).

    MSTU 4020: Social and Communicative Aspects of the Internet

    Examines social communicative practices as synergistic; how space, time, and social networks evolve and interact; and what this implies for the design and use of technology. Special fee: $45.

    MSTU 4049: Technologies and literacies

    An examination of the relationship between computers and the writing process. The course explores the effect of electronic text on traditional notions of text, literacy, and communication. Assumes no computing experience. Lab fee: $35.

    MSTU 5000: Possibility of virtual worlds

    Explores possibilities of virtual worlds for gaming and education. Through readings and theoretical discussions of identity construction, positioning, and social aspects of virtual and traditional communities, participants explore how virtual environments may support teaching, learning, and how virtual communities are affecting people's lives. Special fee: $45.

    MSTU 5005: Case-based teaching in electronic environments

    Focuses on theory related to designing, developing, and using multimedia case methodology in education. Students are encouraged to examine educational case methodology within their interest area. Special fee: $45.

    MSTU 6600: Colloquium in Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education

    Continuous participation required of certified doctoral students. Discussion of critical issues, reading of key works, formal proposal of dissertation topics, presentation of work in progress, and conversations with leaders in the field. Special fee: $35.

    Documents & Papers

    Centers and Projects

    Center for Multiple Languages and Literacies
    Website: http://tc-cmll.org/

    The Center for Multiple Languages and Literacies (CMLL) focuses on the challenges occasioned by the multiplicity of languages and literacies in the 21st century. CMLL conducts and disseminates research on how different languages and literacies can be used as resources to advance human development, education, and intercultural understanding. CMLL also promotes dialogue across societies and groups through lectures, conferences, and the Internet. In addition, it supports educators in using research to inform practice. CMLL's work is elaborated in the context of a world characterized by greater flows of people, information, goods and services within and across national boundaries. CMLL is distinctive because of its emphasis on international and transcultural societies, with New York City as an expression of such a society, and its attention to educational systems, including schools, families, religious institutions, community centers, the workplace, and the media.



    Games Research Lab
    Website: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/centers/gamesresearchlab/

    Through an understanding of play, the Games Research Lab seeks to gain knowledge of human cognition, collaboration, media effects, modern culture, creativity, improvisation and other factors within games that have implications for education. Faculty and students involved with the Games Research Lab have broad-ranging interests, and the lab has resources allowing the study of video games, traditional board and card games, role-playing games, games for teaching and learning, "serious" games, media literacy, the psychology of games, and related topics.

    For more information, please visit: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/centers/gamesresearchlab/




    iDesign Studio
    Website: http://www.tc.edu/iDesign

    As innovators in the fields of both education and technology, students in CCTE adopt the role of reflective practitioner in their research. As such, the body of research available to and being developed by students in Computing, Communications and Educational Technology is often a hybrid between emprical projects and more traditional forms of published knowledge.

    When developing projects, students generally are responding to important ideas or beliefs held by colleagues implicitly in their work. They also accumulate knowledge in their design or implementation to build upon knowledge in their field. In an effort to

    • make implicit knowledge accumulated in the process of design and implementation more explicit to all CCTE students,
    • develop a shared body of resources for students in CCTE to benefit from personally and collectively, and
    • offer the community of scholars and developers interested in similar issues,

    CCTE students and affiliates have developed a Web presentation of their own intelligent, innovative, and thought-provoking projects.



    Charles Kinzer appeared in the following articles:

    How Smart Can We Get? (6/26/2013)

    Robots That Get it Wrong (5/22/2012)

    Betting They'd Rather Play Than Smoke (5/1/2012)

    First Editions: Members of the TC Community in Print (5/1/2012)

    TC's "Lit2Quit" Video Game Featured on ADVANCEWEB.COM Group of Health Web Sites (3/10/2011)

    Game On! (2/7/2011)

    TC's Smoking Cessation Game Research Receives National Coverage (9/7/2010)

    AERA 2010 (4/1/2010)

    Translating Writer's Block Into Writing (2/4/2010)

    Forbes.com Covers TC's Stop Smoking Video Game (1/22/2010)

    Quitting smoking isn't child's play. Or is it? (11/6/2009)

    TC at AERA (4/21/2009)

    Global Game Jam 2009 (1/21/2009)

    TC Part of New Games for Learning Consortium (11/7/2008)

    Discovering Her Inner Child (11/6/2008)

    Student Profile: Carla Engelbrecht Fisher (11/1/2008)

    The Clumsy Stormtrooper (4/21/2008)

    Why laptops and liberal arts may not mix (6/6/2007)

    Technology Is Cool, But How Can We Use It To Help Kids Learn? (5/8/2007)

    2005 at TC: The Year in Review (9/20/2006)

    CEO&I: Offering Some Real "I" to CEO's (2/23/2006)

    Funhouse Research (11/21/2005 3:53:51 PM)

    In Brief (10/11/2005)

    Diversity Is the Theme at AERA (6/1/2005)

    Funhouse Research (4/29/2005)

    Problem Solving Becomes Global Effort (3/28/2005)

    A Web of Learning (6/1/2004)

    NSF Grant to Improve Literacy Education Technology (11/26/2003)

    NSF Grant to Improve Literacy Education Technology (9/30/2003)

    In Brief (5/1/2003)

    Spring Semester 2003: New Faculty (3/1/2003)

    Winter Celebration (2/1/2003)

    New Faculty for Spring 2003 (1/1/2003)