Faculty and Staff Profiles

Dr. Denise L. Winsor
Asst Professor, Counsel Educations Psych Research
Email: dwinsor@memphis.edu
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Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 2pm to 4pm
Profile

Denise L. Winsor is an assistant professor in the Counseling, Educational Psychology, & Research Department in the College of Education.  Dr. Winsor received her doctorate degree in Educational Psychology, with an emphasis on Foundations and Human Development from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  Dr. Winsor teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in early childhood development; and multicultural/diverse issues in the classroom. Her research interested include: cognitive and emtional development over a lifespan (primarily PreK-12).  More specifically, how an individual's epistemic beliefs, self-regulation, and motivation impact student learning; and different teaching models (i.e., problem-based learning, student-centered, core knowledge).  Using a dynamic or ecological systems framework, Dr. Winsor is interested in the relationship between the teacher and the student in regard to student performance and attribution theory.   Currently, Denise is investigating preschool-age childrenís conceptions of knowledge; and their developmental process of knowing and understanding the world around them using artful expressions.  Also, how to more effectively educate preschool children using developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood classrooms.  In addition, she is working collaboratively to develop a science curriculum for preschool education using science inquiry methods; and utilizing a systems approach (i.e., child, teacher, parent, and peer interactions) to better understand the epistemological development of very young children as they become school-ready.  Dr. Winsor has worked extensively with the Head Start Program in the Memphis area doing research and conducting professional development     

Additional Information

      

Education
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - University of Nevada, Las Vegas - 2008
  • M.A. Clinical Psychology - Edinboro University of Pennsylvania - 1990
  • B.A. Psychology & Speech Pathology/Audiology - Duquesne University - 1985

Work Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Research - University of Memphis: Memphis, Tennessee - August 2008 - Present
  • Part-Time Instructor/Graduate Assistant, Educational Psychology - University of Nevada, Las Vegas: Las Vegas, Nevada - August 2004 - July 2008
  • Project Manager: Early Reading First Grant (Clark County), Center for Evaluation and Assessment - University of Nevada, Las Vegas: Las Vegas, Nevada - July 2005 - June 2010
  • Research Assistant , Center for Evaluation and Assessment - University of Nevada, Las Vegas: Las Vegas, Nevada - August 2003 - July 2005
  • Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapy - Three Rivers Psychological Services: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - August 1992 - Janurary 2003
  • Psychological Services Consultant, Home Healthcare and Hospice - Monroeville Counseling: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - October 1993 - October 2002
  • On-Call Crisis Delegate, Crawford County Crisis Service - Meadville Medical Center: Meadville, Pennsylvania - June 1988 - August 1992
  • Family-Based Psychotherapist, Outpatient Mental Health - Meaville Medical Center: Meadville, Pennsylvania - May 1990 - August 1992
Honors/Awards
  • Outstanding Commitment and Support to Children and Families - Shelby County Headstart - 2009

Teaching Experience

  • Seminar in Personal Epistemology - University of Memphis
  • Child and Adolescent Development - University of Memphis
  • Culturally Diverse Students: Implications for Education - University of Memphis
  • Culturally Diverse Students: Implications for Education ON-LINE - University of Memphis
  • Child Psychology Applied to Education - University of Memphis
  • Child Psychology Applied to Education ON-LINE - University of Memphis
  • Early Childhood Development for the Beginning Teacher - University of Memphis
  • Early Childhood Development for the Beginning Teacher HYBRID - University of Memphis
  • Classroom Assessment Methods ON-LINE - University of Nevada, LasVegas
  • Classroom Assessment Methods - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Introduction to Educational Psychology ON-LINE - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Introduction to Educational Psychology - University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Student Advising/Mentoring

  • Educational Psychology - Educational Psychology Colloquium - 2008-Current
  • Educational Psychology - ATEAM Research Lab - 2008-Current
  • Educational Psychology - Childhood Study Group - 2010-Current
  • Educational Psychology - PAWs Research Lab - 2008-2010
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Eric Hosman - Spring 2018
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Ashley Payne - Spring 2017
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Laura Lee - Spring 2016
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - James Ford - Spring 2015
  • M.S. Educational Psychology - Kathyrn Sharpe - Spring 2015
  • Ph.D. Candidate ICL - Beatrice Jones - Spring 2015
  • Ph.D. Educational Leadership - Terrence Brittenum - Spring 2015
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Grace Kibe - Spring 2014
  • Ph.D Educational Psychology - Jessika Morris - Spring 2014
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Constance Tucker - Spring 2014
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Kristen Wright - Spring 2014
  • M.S. Educational Psychology - Michael Woods - Fall 2013
  • M.S. Educational Psychology - Chris Cobb - Fall 2013
  • Ph.D. Educational Research - Jon Rose - Fall 2013
  • Ed.D. Educational Psychology - Carol Lane - Summer 2013
  • Ph.D. ICL - Edward Ducey - Summer 2013
  • M.S. Educational Research - Tracae McClure - Spring 2012
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Shannon Audley-Piotrowski - Spring 2012
  • Ph.D. Educational Research - Anita Mitchell - Spring 2012
  • Ph.D. Educational Research - Katie Nichols - Spring 2012
  • Ph.D. ICL - Kristen McLeod - Spring 2012
  • Ph.D. ICL - Jenny Hayes - Spring 2012
  • M.A. Educational Psychology - Grace Kibe - Spring 2010
  • Ph.D. Candidate Leadership - Aarek Farmer - Spring 2010
  • Ph.D. Candidate ICL - Chris Barnes - Spring 2010
  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology - Anne Zachary - Spring 2009
  • M.S. Educational Psychology On-line - Ashley Haworth -  
  • M.S. Educational Psychology - Stephanie Hale -  

Creative Activities

  • Student Research Poster Fair - Spring 2010, 2011, 2012, & 2013 - University Center - University of Memphis
  • Child Development Summit - January, 19, 2013- January 21, 2013 - Hoboken, New Jersey - Wiley & Son Inc. AERA/ECE SIG
  • TBR Research Symposium - Academic Year 2011-2012 - TBR Nashville, TN - Tennessee Board of Regents
  • Research Presentation: Child & Family Colloquium - November 19, 2010 - Psychology Department - University of Memphis, Psychology Department
  • Research Presentation: Instruction, Curriculum & Leadership Colloquium - February 12, 2010 - Ball Hall - University of Memphis, ICL
  • Preservice Teacher/Student Teacher Mentoring - Fall 2008-Spring 2010 - University of Memphis - TLINC: Tapped-In
  • Roxanne Moreno Text Focus Group - November 8, 2009 - Southwest Consortium for Innovations of Psychology In Education - John Wiley & Sons Publishing Inc.
  • Graduate Student Facilitator (Culture) - November 5, 2009 - University of Nevada, Las Vegas - Southwest Consortium for Innovations of Psychology In Education
  • News Interview re: Dr. Cash defends new no-failure policy - August 24, 2009 - http://www.wmctv.com/global/story.asp?s=10984074 - Invited University of Memphis Early Childhood/WMCTV
  • Social Justice, Action and Policy Poster Fair; Breaking Down Silos and Generating Discourse - February 13, 2009 - Ball Hall Auditorium - Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research

Support

  • Faculty Research Grant - University of Memphis/TBR - 6,500.00 - 2012-2013
  • Course Redesign Fellowship EDPR 2111 (Group) - Advanced Learning Center University of Memphis - 2,500.00 - Summer 2012
  • Course Redesign Fellowship EDPR 4301 - Advanced Learning Center University of Memphis - 2,500.00 - Summer 2011
  • Course Redesign Fellowship EDPR 7111 - Advanced Learning Center University of Memphis - 2,500.00 - Summer 2010
  • University of Memphis Extended Programs - Tennessee Board of Regents M.S. Educational Psychology Online Degree Course Design - 8,000.00 - 2009-2010
  • Faculty Research Grant -   - Unfunded - Spring 2010
  • Faculty Research Grant -   - Unfunded - Spring 2009

Outreach

  • Child Development Summit - Early Childhood Sig (AERA) - Spring 2013 - Wiley & Son Inc.
  • Reggio-Emilia WINGS Ceremony - Lipman School & Research Institute - Spring 2009-2013 - Lipman School and Research Institute
  • Annual Arbor Day - Lipman School & Research Institute - Spring 2009-2013 - Lipman School and Research Institute
  • Annual Peace Day Celebration - Lipman School & Research Institute - Fall 2009-2012 - Lipman School and Research Institute
  • Early Head Start Staff Inservice - Presentation: Getting Informed and Taking Action Infant and Toddler mental Health - October 11, 2012 - Porter Leathe/Shelby County Early Head Start
  • Strengthening Communities - Community Non-Profit Organizations - Academic Year 2011-2012 - Memphis City Strengthening Communities
  • Professional Development - Goodwill Homes Head Start - Fall 2009-Spring 2011 - Shelby County; Memphis, TN
  • Workshop: Teaching Young Children Science - Shelby County Head Start Teacher In-Service - Fall 2009 - Shelby County Head Start
  • Workshop: Teaching Young Children Math - Shelby County Head Start Teacher In-Service - Fall 2009 - Shelby County Head Start
  • Worldwide Play Day - Memphis Community/City University School of Liberal Arts - September 26, 2009 - City University School of Liberal Arts a Division of The Influence1 Foundation
Service
  • American Education Research Association - New Student Recruitment - Spring 2011-Spring 2012
  • Sage Publishing - Review: Mixed Methods in Health Sciences Research - Fall 2012
  • Wiley & Son Publishing - Review: Development of Children and Adolescents (Travers, 1e) - Fall 2011
  • University of Memphis - Faculty Advisor Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman Honor Society - Spring 2012- Present
  • Cengage - Review: Bukato - Spring 2009
  • University of Memphis - Graduate College Recruitment Fair - Spring 2009-2013
  • University of Memphis (Psychology Department) - Works in Progress/Junior Researcher Judge - Spring 2011
  • University of Memphis (College of Education, Health & Human Sciences) - Teacher Education Program Interviews - Fall 2008-2012
  • University of Memphis (College of Education, Health & Human Sciences) - Teacher Education Program Interviews - Spring 2009-2013
  • University of Memphis (College of Education, Health & Human Sciences) - Student Welcome - Spring 2009-2013
  • University of Memphis (College of Education, Health & Human Sciences) - Student Welcome - Fall 2008-2012
  • University of Memphis (College of Education, Health & Human Sciences) - Early Childhood Education Board - 2008-2010
  • University of Memphis (College of Education, Health & Human Sciences) - Commencement Marshall - Spring 2010
  • University of Memphis (Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research) - Educational Research Search Committee - Spring 2012
  • University of Memphis (Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research) - Educational Research Search Committee - Spring 2009
  • University of Memphis (Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research) - School Counseling Search Committee - Fall 2009
  • University of Memphis (Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research) - Educational Psychology & Research Student Recruitment Open House Coordinator - Spring 2009
Books Published/Reviewed
  • 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.  
Journal Articles
  • 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. 
Presentations
  • Audley-Piotrowski, S., Winsor, D.L., & Boles, J. (2013, August).  Interviewing children: Innovations, considerations, and negotiations within qualitative research.  Symposium organized for the annual American Psychological Association conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Winsor, D.L. & Bendixen, L.D. (2013, August).  Using focus groups to explore epistemic development in preschool children.  Symposium presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Winsor, D.L., Kidder, J., Friedman, J., & Turner-Brown, S. (2013, August).  Who am I?  Parental storytelling as an interviewing technique for preschool children.  Symposium presentation at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Boles, J. & Winsor, D.L. (2013, June).  Treading carefully:  Conducting qualitative research with children with cancer.  Paper presented at the annual Ethnographic Qualitative Research Conference, Cedarville, Ohio. 
  • Winsor, D.L. & Bendixen, L.D. (2013, May).  Exploring preschoolerís personal epistemology and potential links to emotion:  Using focus groups and classroom observations.  Symposium Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, California.  
  • Boles, J. & Winsor, D.L. (2013, May).  Children with cancer and education:  Using interview-elicited drawings to explore a developmental framework and  phenomenological perspective.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, California. 
  • Winsor, D.L., Hao, J., & Hzang, H. (2013, March).  Using mobi technology in early childhood classrooms.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Association of Laboratory Schools, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 
  • Winsor, D.L., Hzang, H., & Hao, J. (2013, March).   Who am I: Parent storytelling reveals cultural influences in early development of self.  Paper presented at the annual conference for International Association of Laboratory Schools, Baton Rouge, Lousiana.
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D. & Burkett, C. (2012, November). Problem-based learning: Perspectives from pre-service teachers. Paper presented at the Florida Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Gainesville, FL.
  • Boles, J. M. & Winsor, D. L. (2012, April). Student or patient: Exploring the school perceptions of children with cancer.  Poster presented at the American Education Research Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada. 
  • Kibe, G., Audley-Piotrowski, S., Winsor, D.L., & Blake, S. (2012, April).  Every moment is a teachable moment:  Preschool teacher's epistemologies and social-emotional competence.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia. 
  • Winsor, D. L., Spatariu, A., & Lee, L. (2012, March). An emic and etic grounded theory analysis:  Preservice teacherís affect and disposition on the use of technology as a teaching tool. Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference,  Austin, Texas.
  • Tucker, C. R. & Winsor, D. L. (2012, March). Where extrinsic meets intrinsic motivation:  An investigation of what drives underrepresented minority students to persist in  pre-health careers. Paper presented at the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education National Conference, Atlanta, GA 
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D., & Darling, L. (2011, February).  Problem-based learning:  What is the problem?  Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, San Diego, California.
  • Peach, A., Bell, S., Winsor, D.L., & Spatariu, A. (2011, March).  Various aspects of technology use with young children.  Roundtable presentation at the annual Society for Information Technology Teacher Education conference, Nashville, Tennessee.  
  • Spatariu, A., Bell, S., Peach, A., & Winsor, D.L. (2011, March).  Young children and technology exposure outside of the school setting.  Poster presented at the annual Society for Information Technology Teaching Education conference, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Bendixen, L.D., Winsor, D.L., & Freucht, F. (2011, April).  Exploring domain and developmental differences in epistemic cognition using quantitative and qualitative methodologies.  Paper presented at the American Education Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.    
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D., & Burkett, C. (2011, April). DAP:  Educational myths about technology.  Paper presented at the Association for Childhood Education International Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Barnes, C., Winsor, D.L., & Blake, S. (2011, August).  Bullying behavior:  Perspectives on the implementation of policy from building administrators and school counselors.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, DC.   
  • McClure, T.M., Hayes, J., Casey, L.B, & Winsor, D.L. (2011, August).  Teachersí readiness to teach children with ASD:  Is more training needed?  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington DC.
  • Blake, S. & Winsor, D.L. (2010, November).  International investigation of inquiry interactions of young children.  Paper presented at the Mid-South Education Research Association Annual Conference, Mobile, Alabama.    
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D.L., & Darling,L. (2010, November).  Student perceptions of problem based learning (PBL) experiences.  Paper presentation at the annual Mid-South Education Research Association Conference, Mobile, Alabama.    
  • Winsor, D.L. & Stitt, R. (2010, October).  What is technology:  A visual analysis of preschoolerís perceptions.  Paper presentation at the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association Conference, Big Sky, Montana.    
  • Winsor, D.L. (2010, October).  A case study: Making the transition to the virtual classroom in higher education.  Paper presentation at the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association Conference, Big Sky, Montana.     
  • Jones, M.H., Audley-Piotowski, S.R., & Winsor, D.L. (2010, August).  Peer perceptions affect student-athletes' academic performance. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, San Diego, California.   
  • Feucht, F. C., Bendixen, L. D., Winsor, D. L., Zemp, L., Keller, J., & Spatariu, A. (2010, April/May). Epistemic profiling: Making the case for mixed-methodology in a personal epistemology investigation.  Poster to be presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, Denver, USA.  
  • Winsor, D.L. & Blake, S. (2010 April).  Making math intentional.  Workshop presented at the Memphis Association for the Education of Young Children (MAEYC), University of Memphis; Memphis, Tennessee.       
  • Blake, S., Winsor, D.L., & Burkett, C. (2009, November).  Investigation of naturalistic quiddity of education.  Paper presented at the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Washington, DC.    
  • Mueller, C.M., Jones, M, & Winsor, D.L. (2009, November).  Possible selves, beliefs about knowledge, and academic motivation.  Workshop conducted at the Southwestern Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education, Las Vegas, Nevada. 
  • Winsor, D.L., Blake, S., Audley-Piotrowski, S., Gentry, A., Kibe, G., & Sandlin, B. (2009, October).  Trends in early childhood studies:  Preschool teacherís beliefs about science concepts versus science teaching.  Paper presented at the annual Northern Rocky Mountain Research Association conference, Jackson Hole Wyoming. 
  • Spatariu, A. & Winsor, D.L. (2009, October).  A qualitative perspective on preservice teachers' positions related to the use of technology in schools.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  
  • Winsor, D.L. (2009, August).  Focus groups give depth and breadth to preschooler's personal epistemological development.  Poster presented at the annual conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Amsterdam, Netherlands.    
  • Mueller, C.E., Aycock, R., Davis, R., Kibe, G.W., Okunbor, O.E., Williams, M., & Winsor, D.L. (2009, August).  Exploring math and verbal self-concept differences of gifted adolescents.  Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.  
  • Blake, S. & Winsor, D.L. (2009, April).  A dialogue on the changing relationships between university faculty and laboratory schools.  Workshop conducted at the annual conference for the National Association of Laboratory Schools, Memphis, Tennessee.  
  • Winsor, D.L., Bendixen, L.D., Haerle, F., Zemp, L., Keller, J., & Spatariu, A. (2008, October).  Beliefs about knowledge versus beliefs about teaching:  Looking at preservice teachers in the domains of science and English.  Paper presented ant the annual conference for the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association, Lake Tahoe, Nevada.  
  • Winsor, D.L. & Bendixen, L.D (2008, June).  Exploring preschooler's personal epistemological development:  A methodological approach.   Paper presented at the Constructivist Psychology Network Conference, Victoria, BC.         
  • Winsor, D.L., Bendixen, L.D., & Haerle, F. (2008, April).  Epistemic profiling:  Making a case for mixed methodology in an epistemology investigation.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, New York, New York.    
  • Winsor,  D.L. (2007, November).  Thinking scientifically in a science classroom:  Teaching and learning perspecitives.  Invited speaker presented at the Southwestern Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education, Phoenix, Arizona   
  • Winsor, D.L. (2007, October).  Using a systems approach to investigate childhood epistemology in a classroom environment.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.   
  • Winsor, D.L. & Bendixen, L.D. (2007, August).  Exploring personal epistemology in preschool children using focus groups.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Budapest, Hungary.  
  • Winsor, D.L. (2007, August).  A personal epistemology framework:  Contemplating systems theory and the contributions to early epistmological development.  Poster presented at the annual conference for the Junior Researchers of EARLI, Budapest, Hungary. 
  • Winsor, D.L., & Nussbaum, E.M. (2007, July).  Putting the pieces together:  How to measure on-line argumentation vee diagrams and identifying thinking during discussions.  Paper presented at the annual conference for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, New Brunswick (Rutgers University), New Jersey.   
  • Winsor, D.L., Nussbaum, E.M. (2007, April).  Putting the pieces together:  On-line argumentation vee diagrams enhance thinking during discussions.  Roundtable presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, Illinois.  
  • Winsor, D. L. (2006, August).  Graduate Student Seminar at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.   
  • Winsor, D.L., & Bendixen, L.D. (2006, April).  Measuring children's personal epistemology and the relevance for education.  Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, California. 
  • Winsor, D.L. (2006, April).  Graduate Student Seminar at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, California.  
  • Winsor, D.L., & Bendixen, L.D. (2005, October).  The interrelatedness of theory of mind and personal epistemology in early childhood development.  Roundtable presented at the annual conference for the Northern Rocky Mountain Education Research Association, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.