Mable B. Kinzie« Employee directory
Professor & Program Coordinator
Principal Investigator, MyTeachingPartner-Mathematics/Science
- Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1988
- M.Ed., University of Arizona, 1985
- B.A., University of Arizona, 1983
Kinzie conducts research and development on new technologies for teaching and learning. At the Curry School, she designs and teaches graduate courses, workshops, and seminars on instructional technology, in online, hybrid, and face-to-face formats. Across and beyond the University of Virginia, Kinzie consults on initiatives to improve learning outcomes across: P-12 and higher education, training and performance support in businesses, government, non-profits; and learning product design for engineering, medicine, nursing, and museums.
• Over $13.5M in grant funding for research on instructional technologies, including over $5.5M in as lead investigator, and $3.4M as co-investigator.
• Thought leadership in instructional technology, via 46 refereed articles, 13 book chapters, cases, and monographs, over 90 presentations, workshops and panels (listing on request).
• Development of online graduate specialization in Instructional Technology.
- Outstanding Instructional Design Practice (two awards) from the Association for Educational Communications & Technology (AECT).
- Rising Star Award, North American Simulation & Gaming Association (NASAGA).
- Outstanding University of Virginia Faculty (Harrison Award).
- Young Scholar, from the Association for Educational Communications & Technology.
- Presidential Service, from Division of Design & Development, (AECT).