Dr. Karin Miller Wiburg – Publications

Academic Books

 Lesson Study Communities: Increasing Achievement with Diverse Students ) Technology and Teaching English Language Learners.  Teaching with Technology, The Little Book of Learning Theories

Wiburg, K.M. & Brown, S. (2007). Lesson Study Communities: Increasing Achievement with Diverse Students Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press
Butler-Pasco, M. E. & Wiburg, K. M. (2003) Technology and Teaching English Language Learners. Allyn-Bacon
Norton, P. & Wiburg, K. (2003) Teaching with Technology, Second Edition, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth (Available in English and Chinese)

Karin WiburgJulia ParraGaspard MucundanyiNate ShaverJennifer Green (2016) The Little Book of Learning Theories.  This book provides a comprehensive review of learning theories in the 20th and 21st century. It presents an evolution of learning theory during this period. It was written by a Distinguished Professor from New Mexico State University along with her doctoral students who did intensive research on the original sources of learning theory.

Books for Teachers by Karin Miller Wiburg


Writing for Your Life Color and learn book-tiny tales Color and learn book-alphabet

Writing for Your Life
Adventures in Letterland and Numberland
Tiny Tales
EXCEL for Terrified Teachers (2003) second edition.
The author gives teachers the right to copy the contents of these books for their classes
Selected Chapters
Wiburg, K. (2009). Chapter 2- Instructional Design: Is it time to exchange Skinner’s Teaching Machine for Dewey’s Tool box? In edited by J. W. Willis, Constructivist Instructional Design (C-ID), Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publications.
Wiburg, K.M. (2003) Technology and the New Meaning of Educational Equity. In edited by Johnson, D.L. and Maddux, C.D., Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Retrospective. New York, Victoria (AU), and London: Haworth Press
Wiburg, K. & Butler, J. (2003). Creating Educational Access in edited by Solomon, G. & Resta, P. Toward Digital Equity: Bridging the Divide in Education. .Boston:Allyn-Bacon
Wiburg, K, Chàvez-Chàvez,R,; Haynes Writer, J., Mercado, M; O’Donnell, J., Poel, E, & Wolfe, P. ( 2003),Digital Divide Factors in edited by Solomon, G. & Resta, P. Toward Digital Equity: Bridging the the Divide in Education. Boston: Allyn-Bacon
Wiburg, K. (1997) Literacy for Middle School Latinos. In edited by Gonzalez, M.L.,Huerta-Macias, A., & Tinajero, J., The Schooling of Latino Students: A Guide to Successful Practice. Lancaster, PA: Technomics
Wiburg, K. (1992) Technology as a Tool for Restructuring the Curriculum and Does Programming Deserve a Place in the Curriculum? In Canning, T & Finkel, L. (Eds.) The Technology Age Classroom., Franklin Beedle, 1992
Selected Referred Articles
Wiburg, K., Chamberlin, B. A., Valdez, A., Trujillo, K. M., Stanford, T. B. (2016). Impact of Math Snacks Games on Students’ Conceptual Understanding. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 35(2), 173-193.
Kinzer, C & Wiburg, K. & Virag, L. (2012) University Public School Research Partnerships in Mathematics. NCSM, National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics., in the Journal for National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, Spring, 2012
Wiburg, K. M. (1999) Book Review: Learner-centered Technologies for Literacy, Apprenticeship, and Discourse, Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21,2, p. 255-260
Stafford-Levy, M. and Wiburg, K.M. (2000) Multicultural Technology Integration: the winds of change amid the sands of time. Computers in the Schools, 6, p. 121-134. Published also by Haworth Press in a book on case studies on technology integration.
Wiburg, K. (1995) An historical perspective on instructional design: Is it time to exchange Skinner’s teaching machine for Dewey’s toolbox?. In edited by Schnase, J. and Cunnius, E. Computer Support for Collaborative Learning, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Wiburg, K., Montoya, N. & Sandin, J. (1999) Nuestra Tierra: A University/Public School Technology Integration Project, Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21,2, p. 183-219
Highlighted Presentations
Wiburg, K & Chamberlin, B. (2014) The Design and Findings of a Game-based Successful Mathematics Intervention. P.I. Meeting, National Science Foundation Discovery K-12 Meeting, September
Wiburg, K., Benedicto, R. & Kinzer, C. (April 2011) When ELL Students Excel in Mathematics: Towards a Systems Solution. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Indianapolis Indiana.
Wiburg, K., Benedicto, R, and Kinzer, C (April, 2010). Socio-cultural Research Agenda Leading to Rich and Equitable Mathematics Education. Paper given at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA
Keynote Speaker, Techknow Gypsies Predict the Future of Educational Technology (with President of SITE, Dr. Jerry Willis). March 10, 2001
Keynote Speaker, Technology and Engaged Learning: Hope for At-Risk Schools. El Paso Collaborative for Academic Excellence, July 2001
Keynote Speaker, Perspectives on the Educational Uses of Computers: from Technocentrism to Integration to Community, New Mexico State Technology Conference, October 19, 1999 and university symposium in Chihuahua, Mexico, partially in Spanish.
Invited Speaker. A Technology-Enhanced Mathematics Replacement Unit: Visualizing and Communicating About Fractions. Greater San Diego Mathematics Conference, San Diego, CA. February, 1994
See Karin Wiburg Vita 2018 for more detailed list of publications and presentations.