Professor, Coordinator for Grade 9-Adult and K-12 Programs, Unit Assessment Chair
Areas of Specialization
Instructional Technology, Educational Psychology, and Curriculum and Instruction
Julie Reinhart earned her Ph.D. in instructional systems technology with a minor in educational psychology from Indiana University in Bloomington. She also has a master of education degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to joining the Saint Xavier faculty, Reinhart was an associate professor in the Library and Information Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and an assistant professor in the Curriculum and Instruction: Instructional Technology program at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
Reinhart is interested in using the power of science and technology to improve learning and knowledge construction.
- Educational Psychology
- Advanced Child Development
- Curriculum Integration of Technology
- Technology for Educators
- Foundations of Educational Technology
- Emerging Technology Trends
- Graduate Seminar, Integrating Curricular Theory into Practice
- Assessment of Instruction for Learning
Robinson, R. & Reinhart, J. (2014). Digital Thinking and Mobile Teaching: Communicating, Collaborating, and Constructing in an Access Age. Denmark: Bookboon.
Reinhart, J., Thomas, E., & Toriskie, J.M. (2011). K-12 Teachers: Technology Use and the Second Level Digital Divide. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 38(4), 181-193.
Reinhart, J. & Lundin, J. (2011). Using Mobile and Research-Based Technologies in the K-8 Math/Science Curriculum: The xSTEM Framework. Association for Educational Communications and Technology: Selected Annual Proceedings, 34(2), 441-443.
Reinhart, J. (2010). Graduate Students’ Communication Practices and Perceived Sense of Community: An Examination of Information Sources. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 11(4), 223-238.