Kirsten Butcher

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Citations of DRK-12 or Related Work (DRK-12 work is denoted by *): 
  • Poitras, E., Butcher, K. R., Orr, M., Hudson, M. A., & Larson, M. (2019). Predicting student understanding by modeling interactive exploration of evidence during an online science investigation. Journal of Interactive Learning Environments. DOI: 10.1080/10494820.2019.1689146*
  • Butcher, K. R., Runburg-Larson, M., & Lane, M. (2019). Making critical thinking visible for student analysis and reflection: Using structured documentation to enhance effective reasoning and communication. Science Scope, 42(8), 44-53.*
  • Butcher, K. R., Hudson, M., Runburg, M. (2018). Visualizations for deep learning: Using 3D models to promote scientific observation and reasoning during collaborative STEM inquiry. In Zheng, R., (ed.) Strategies for deep learning with digital technology: Theories and practices in education (pp. 111-135). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.*
  • Butcher, K. R., Runburg, M., & Hudson, M. (2017). Using digitized objects to promote critical thinking and engagement in classrooms. Library High Tech News, 34(7), 12-15.*
  • Butcher, K. R., Hudson, M., Runburg, M. (2018). Visualizations for deep learning: Using 3D models to promote scientific observation and reasoning during collaborative STEM inquiry. In Zheng, R., (ed.) Strategies for deep learning with digital technology: Theories and practices in education (pp. 111-135). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.*
University of Utah (U of U)
06/15/2018

This project will develop and study a prototype online learning environment that supports student learning via Engaging Practices for Inquiry with Collections in Bioscience (EPIC Bioscience), which uses authentic research investigations with digitized collections from natural history museums.