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Dr. Denise L. Winsor

Asst Professor

Counsel Educations Psych Research

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  • Winsor, D.L. & Blake, S. (2011).  Aristotle and Socrates meet the ETRADE baby.  In S. Blake, D. Winsor, & L. Allen (Eds.), Child Development and the Use of Technology:  Perspectives, Applications, and Experiences (pp. 1-20).  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.    
  • Allen, L., Winsor, D., & Blake, S. (2011).  Historical perspectives of the concept of child and technology innovation.  In S. Blake, D. Winsor, & L. Allen (Eds.), Child Development and the Use of Technology:  Perspectives, Applications, and Experiences (pp. 45-75).  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.    
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D.L., Burkett, C., & Allen, L. (2011).  Ipods, internet, and apps, oh my:  Age appropriate technology in early childhood environments.  In S. Blake, D. Winsor, & L. Allen (Eds.), Child development and the use of technology (pp.76-96).  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.   
  • Brown, J. & Winsor, D. (2011).  Technology and social-emotional development in the early childhood classroom:  A collaborative relationship for learning.   In S. Blake, D. Winsor, & L. Allen (Eds.), Child Development and the Use of Technology:  Perspectives, Applications, and Experiences (pp. 112-129).  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.      
  • Boles, J.M., & Winsor, D. (2011).   Learning, growing, and connecting in sickness and in health:  Exploring technology, parenting, and young children across abilities and conditions. In S. Blake, D. Winsor, & L. Allen (Eds.), Child Development and the Use of Technology:  Perspectives, Applications, and Experiences (pp. 235-270).  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.     
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D.L., & Allen, L. (2011).  Child Development and the Use of Technology:  Perspectives, Applications, and Experiences.  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.    
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D.L., & Allen, L. (2011).  Technology and Young Children:  Bridging the Communication-Generation Gap.  Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.     
  • Morris, V.G., Taylor, S, Smith, C.L., & Winsor, D.L. (2009).  Promoting family involvement through using technology.  In S. Blake & S. Taylor(Eds.), Technology for Early Childhood Education and Socialization:  Developmental Applications and Methodologies (pp. 19-161).  Hershey, Pa.: IGI Global Publishing.  
  • Winsor, D. L. & Blake, S. (2009).  Building epistemic awareness in the early childhood classroom:  Theory, methodology, and technology.  In S. Blake & S. Taylor (Eds.), Technology for Early Childhood Education and Socialization; Developmental Applications and Methodologies (pp. 177-216).  Hershey: Pa., IGI Global Publishing.  

  • Tucker, C. R. & Winsor, D. L. (2011). Where extrinsic meets intrinsic motivation:  An investigation of what drives Black students to persistent in pre-health careers.  Negro Educational Review, 2, 212-230.  
  • Winsor, D. L. & Boles, J. C. (2011).  A qualitative perspective on pre-service teachersí positions related to the use of technology in schools.  i-managerís Journal on School Educational Technology, 6(4), 7-25.  
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D. L., Burckett, C., & Allen, L. (2011). Developmentally appropriate technology practice:  Exploring myths and perceptions of early childhood and instructional technology professionals. i-managerís Journal on School Educational Technology, 6, 36-49. 
  • Spatariu, A. & Winsor, D.L. (2010).  A qualitative perspective:  Pre-service teachers' discuss educational technology online.  i-manager's Journal on School Educational Technology, 3(10), pp. 734-768.     
  • Winsor, D.L. & Blake, S. (2009).  Preschoolers know but how do they know?  Developing a framework for early epistemological development.  I-manager's Journal of Educational Psychology; 2(4), 27-53.
  • Winsor, D.L. & Bendixen, L.D. (2009).  Exploring personal epistemologies in preschool children using focus groups.  Early Childhood Research and Practice; 11(2).  
  • Nussbaum, E.M., Winsor, D.L., Aqui, Y.M., & Poloquin, A.M. (2007).  Putting the pieces together:  Online argumentation vee diagrams enhance thinking during discussion.  Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning; (2) 479-500. 


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