JOHN K. BURTON

Professor

220 War Memorial Hall
Education Technology Lab
Curriculum & Instruction
College of Education
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0341
(703) 231-5587
jburton@vt.edu
http:// infoserver .etl.vt.edu/~/jburton.html

EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Ph.D. - 1977
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Major: Educational Psychology
Thesis: The effects of auditory, visual and simultaneous interference on short and long term memory for visually and aurally presented nouns

M.A. - 1972
Illinois State University
Major: Experimental Psychology
Thesis: Transfer effects of single versus multiple task training of fifth-grade arithmetic students of high and low ability

B.A. - 1967
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Major: Psychology

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Sept 1990 - Present:
Professor of Education, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
Responsibilities: Teach courses at the graduate level in learning theory and advanced computer applications; conduct research; advise graduate students.

Sept 1987 - 1990
Associate Professor of Education and Program Area Leader for the Instructional Systems Development Program, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
Responsibilities: Scheduled 8 full time and 9 split appointed program faculty, represented that faculty to the Division Coordinating Committee, responded to inquiries about the program, handled program correspondence and reporting, assigned graduate students to advisors, taught courses at the graduate and undergraduate level in computer literacy, educational software development, test construction, introductory and advanced educational psychology, as well as conducted graduate seminars in educational research and applications of Logo, advanced computer literacy, and problem solving using the microcomputer; conduct research, advise graduate students and Director of Instruction for Virginia Tech Computer Camp.

Sept 1982 - 1987
Associate Professor of Education, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
Responsibilities: Taught courses at the graduate and undergraduate level in computer literacy, educational software development, test construction, introductory and advanced educational psychology, as well as conducted graduate seminars in educational research and applications of Logo, advanced computer literacy, and problem solving using the microcomputer; conducted research, advised graduate students and Director of Instruction for Virginia Tech Computer Camp.

Sept 1977 - Sept 1982
Assistant Professor of Education, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
Responsibilities: Taught courses at the graduate and undergraduate level in testing, introductory and advanced educational psychology, human relations, as well as seminars in educational applications of behavioral theory and research in reading; conducted research; advised graduate students and served as documentor/ evaluator for the VPI&SU/Wise County Teacher Corps Project (1/2 time, 79-80); Microcomputer consultant to Teacher Corps Project (1/2 time, 81).

Dec 1976 - Sept 1977
Research Associate, Office of Formative Evaluation, Univ. of Mid-America, Lincoln, NE.
Responsibilities: Designed formative evaluation plans for course components (Television, Texts, Workbooks, Newspapers); conducted evaluation sessions with trial learners and interpreted data for development team members.

Dec 1975 - Dec 1976
Research Assistant, Office of Course Development, University of Mid-America, Lincoln, NE.
Responsibilities: Developed test-item packages for development teams; conducted summative evaluation of course offerings; conducted in-house review of materials; did graphic research.

Sept 1974 - Dec 1975
Teaching Assistant, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
Responsibilities: Taught courses in classroom learning theory to undergraduates.

Sept 1972 - Sept 1974
Instructor of Psychology, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO.
Responsibilities: Taught courses at the graduate and undergraduate level in tests and measures, introductory psychology, basic statistics, adolescent psychology and adjustment; advised undergraduate students.

Sept 1971 - Sept 1972
Director, Alumni Court Residence Hall, Eureka College, Eureka, IL.
Responsibilities: Directed residence containing two fraternities, two sororities and independents; counseled residents of complex.

Jan 1971 - May 1972
Graduate Assistant, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
Responsibility: Assisted in large (500+) classes of introductory psychology.

MILITARY EXPERIENCE:

Jan 1968 - Nov. 1970
1st Lt., Infantry.
Responsibilities: Battalion Intelligence Officer and Platoon Leader in 82nd Airborne; one year Republic of Vietnam as District Advisor to popular forces; Operations Officer for psychological warfare unit. Decorations include the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry (twice) and the Bronze Star.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

American Educational Research Association
Association for Educational Communication & Technology
Eastern Educational Research Association
Virginia Educational Research Association
International Visual Literacy Association
American Evaluation Association
Association for the Development of Computer-based Instructional Systems

COURSES TAUGHT:

Introduction to Psychology
Statistics I
Integrative Behavior (adjustment)
Human Relations in the Classroom
Advanced Educational Psychology
Tests and Measures
Adolescent Psychology
Learning in the Classroom
Test Theory
The Adolescent Learner
Testing for Teachers
The Microcomputer in Educational Settings
Seminar: Applications of Behavioral Theory
Seminar: Design of Instructional Software
Seminar: LOGO
Seminar: C.A.I. Research
Seminar: Advanced Applications of Micros in education
Seminar: Problem Solving
Seminar: Cognitive Science
Seminar: Philosophy of Technology
Seminar: Radical Behaviorism
Seminar: Multimedia/Macintosh: Hypercard
Seminar: Multimedia/Macintosh: Director
Seminar: Multimedia/Macintosh: Supercard
Professional Seminar

TEACHING HONORS:

College of Education Certificate of Teaching Excellence - 1979

COMPUTER LANGUAGES:

BASIC, Pascal, Logo, Hypertalk, Lingo, Supertalk

PUBLICATIONS:

Burton, J.K., Moore, D.M., & Holmes, G.A. (In Press). Hypermedia concepts and research: An overview. Computers in the Schools.

Garrison, J.W. & Burton, J.K. (1994). Knowledge, power, & hypermedia. International Journal of Technology & Design Education, 4, 1-18.

Myers, R. J. & Burton, J. K. (1994). The foundations of hypermedia: Concepts & history. Computers in the Schools, 10(1/2 & 3/4), 8-19.

Harrison, C., Hay, D., Pierson, A. & Burton, J.K. (1992). Computer literacy among school students and employees in industry. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 8, 194-205.

Moore, D. M., Burton, J. K. & Dodl, N. R. (1992). The role of facilitators in Virginia's Electronic Classroom Project. The American Journal of Distance Education, 5(3), 29-39.

Orey, M. A. & Burton, J. K. (1992). The trouble with error patterns. Journal of Research on Computers in Education, 25(1), 1-15.

Orey, M. A. & Burton, J. K. (1989-90). A process-oriented, subtraction interface for tutoring. Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 1(2), 77-104.

Orey, M. A., Garrison, J. W. & Burton, J. K. (1989) A philosophical critique of null-hypothesis testing. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 22(3), 12-21.

Armistead, L. P. & Burton, J. K. (1988). Creative computer problem solving. Computers in the Schools, 5(3/4), 47-54.

Burton, J. K. & Magliaro, S. (1988). Computer programming and generalized problem solving skills: In search of direction. Computers in the Schools, 5(3/4), 63-90.

Magliaro, S. & Burton, J. K. (1988). Chunking of adolescent's computer programs. Computers in the Schools, 5(3/4), 129-138.

McCoy, L. P. & Burton, J. K. (1988). The relationship between computer programming achievement and mathematics instruction in secondary students. Computers in the Schools, 5(3/4), 159-166.

Burton, J. K. & Cook, D. V. (1987). The effect of Logo programming instruction on first grade students' locus of control orientation. Computers in the Schools, 4(2), 65-70.

Reed, W. M., Burton, J. K., & Vandett, N. M. (1987). Daly and Miller's writing apprehension test and Hunt's T-unit analyses: Two measurement precautions in writing research. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 2(21), 1-8.

Burton, J. K., Niles, J. A., Lali k, R. M. & Reed, W. M. (1986). Cognitive capacity engagement during and following interspersed mathemagenic questions. Journal of Educational Psychology, 78(2), 147-152.

Burton, J. K., Hunt, T. C. & McClellan, E. A. (1985). Altering organizational conformity: Considerations for decision makers. Review Journal of Philosophy and Social Studies, 2, 29-43.

Reed, W. M. & Burton, J. K. (1985). Effective and ineffective evaluations of essays: Perceptions of college freshmen. Journal of Teaching Writing, 4(2), 270-283.

Reed, W. M., Burton, J. K. & Kelly, P. P. (1985). The effects of writing ability and mode of discourse on cognitive capacity engagement. Research in the Teaching of English, 19(3), 283-297.

Burton, J. K., Dodl, N. & Reed, W. M. (1984). Computer camping: After the kids arrive. Collegiate Microcomputer, 2(1), 69-80.

Reed, W. M., Vandett, N. & Burton, J. K. (1984). The effects of writing skills, sex and preparation on writing apprehension. Forum in Reading and Language Education, 1(1), 45-60.

Burton, J. K. & Dodl, N. (1983). Starting and surviving a computer camp. Collegiate Microcomputer, 1(1), 83-88.

Yongue, I. T., Burton, J. K. & Todd, R. M. (1983). Student attitudes toward didactic instruction. Journal of Experimental Education, 19, 369-373.

Burton, J. K. (1982). Dual coding of pictorial stimuli by children. Journal of Mental Imagery, 6(1), 159-168.

Burton, J. K. & Bruning, R. H. (1982). Interference effects on the recall of pictures, printed words, spoken words. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 7, 61-69.

Burton, J. K. (1981). Behavioral technology: Foundations for the future. Educational Technology, 21, 21-28.

Burton, J. K., Niles, J. A., & Wildman, T. M. (1981). Levels of processing effects on the immediate and delayed recall of prose. Journal of Reading Behavior, 13(2), 157-164.

Wildman, T. M. & Burton, J. K. (1981). Integrating learning theory with instructional design: A holistic view. Journal of Instruction al Development, 4(3), 5-14.

Wildman, T. M., Burton, J. K., & Weber, L. J. (1981). Theoretical and design considerations in the elevation of competency based education. Education Research Review, Spring, 34-41.

Yongue, I. T., Todd, R. M., & Burton, J. K. (1981). A comparison of didaction classroom and field exposure career training methods. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 19, 369-373.

Burton, J. K. (1980). Affective education in the public schools: Past, present and future. Review Journal of Philosophy and Social Science, IV (2), 89-100.

Burton, J. K., Hunt, T. C., & Wildman, T. M. (1980). Who transmits values? Educational Leadership, 37(4), 314-318.

Burton, J. K. & Wildman, T. M. (1980). Games teachers play. College Student Journal, 14(3), 302-306.

Conroy, A. R. & Burton, J. K. (1980). The Trouble with Kohlberg: A critique of moral stage theory. The Educational Forum, XLV (1), 43-56.

Burton, J. K. & Aversa, F. (1979). Formative evaluation from scripts, scratch tracks and rough cuts: A comparison. Educational Communication and Technology, 27(3), 191-194.

Bruning, R. H., Burton, J. K., & Ballering, M. (1978). Visual and auditory memory: Relationships to reading achievement. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 3, 340-351.

Tomlinson-Keasey, C., Kelly, R. R. & Burton, J. K. (1978). Hemispheric changes in information processing during development. Developmental Psychology, 14, 214-223.

Burton, J. K., Lemke, E. A., & Williams, J. (1974). Transfer effects as a function of variety of method and ability level in elementary mathematics. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 6(4), 228-231.

BOOKS/CHAPTERS/PROCEEDINGS:

Moore, D.M., Burton, J.K. & Myers, R. (in press). Multimedia/multiple-channel research. In D.H. Johnassen (Ed.), Handbook of research on educational communications and technology. New York: Scholastic Publishing Co.

Burton, J.K., Moore, D.M., & Magliaro, S.G. (in press). Behavioral Design, Theory & Research. In D.H. Johnassen (Ed.), Handbook of research on educational communications and technology. New York: Scholastic Publishing Co.

Croft, R. & Burton, J.K. (1995). Towards a New Theory for Selecting Instructional Visuals. In R.A. Braden, J. & D.G. Beauchamp (Eds.) Imagery and Visual Literacy, Blacksburg, VA: International Visual Literacy Association.

Reed, W. M., Burton, J. K., & Min L. (Eds.) (1995). Hypermedia & Megachange. Binghamton, NY: Hawthorn Press.

Miller, H.B. & Burton, J.K. (1994). Images and Imagery Theory. In F. Dwyer & D.M. Moore (eds.) Visual Literacy: A Spectrum of Visual Learning (pp. 65-84). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

Moore, D.M., Myers, R.J. & Burton, J.K. (1994). Research in multimedia. In A. Ward (ed.) Multimedia in Education. Alexandria, VA: Institute for Transfer of Technology to Education, National Association of School Boards.

Burton, J.K., Moore, D.M. & Magliaro, S.G. (in press). Instructional Technology & Behaviorism. In D.H. Johnassen (Ed.), Handbook of research on educational communications and technology. New York: Scholastic Publishing Co.

Reed, W. M. & Burton, J. K. (Eds.) (1994). Hypermedia in Education. Binghamton, NY: Hawthorn Press.

Miller, H.B. & Burton, J.K. (1995). Images and Imagery Theory. In F. Dwyer & D.M. Moore (eds.) Visual Literacy: A Spectrum of Visual Learning. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

Moore, D.M., Myers, R.J. & Burton, J.K. (1994). Research in multimedia. In A. Ward (ed.) Multimedia in Education. Alexandria, VA: Institute for Transfer of Technology to Education, National Association of School Boards.

Moore, D.M., Myers, R.J. & Burton, J.K. (1993). Multimedia: promise, reality, and future. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Visual Literacy Association, Rochester, NY.

Orey, M. A., Garrison, J. W & Burton, J. K. (1990). There's a pot a'brewin' in psychological research methodology: what does it mean for research in education. In Dottin, Armstrong, Cummins, Edmisten, Fritz & Ware (eds.) Thinking About Education. Lanham, MD: University Press of American.

Reed, W. M. & Burton, J. K. (Eds.) (1989). Educational computing and problem solving. Binghamton, NY: Hawthorn Press.

Reed, W. M. & Burton, J. K. (1986). Notes from the Apple Lab: A dozen common errors in BASIC programming. The Yearbook of the West Virginia Association of Computer Education, 18-28.

Wildman, T. M. & Burton, J. K. (1980). Matching learning theory, instructional technology, and evaluation design. Proceedings of Selected Research Papers of the Research and Theory Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Burton, J. K. & Wildman, T. M. (1979). The case in favor of psychological testing. In T. C. Hunt, M. A. Lewis, M. Maxson, J. S. Norman & W. M. Whitehurts, Sr. (Eds.) Society, Culture and Schools: The American Approach. Garrett Park, MD: Garrett Park Press.

Wildman, T. M. & Burton, J. K., & Niles, J. A. (1979). Integrating learning theory with the technology of instructional design. (Cassette recording), Washington, D.C.: American Educational Research Association.

Burton, J. K. & Merrill, P. F. (1977). Needs assessment: Goals, needs and priorities. In L. J. Briggs (Ed.) Introduction to Instructional Design. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications (Revised, 1990).

TECHNICAL REPORTS:

Moore, D. M., Burton, J. K. & Dodl, N. R. Report of "A descriptive Study of Virginia's Electronic Classroom Project, 1990.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. Report of "Expertise in Problem Identification," Appalachia Educational Laboratory, 1988.

Burton, J. K., Dodl, N. N., & Kloock, K. Report to IBM (including two workshop manuals) of workshop development project. VPI&SU, 1985.

Burton, J. K. Report of Third Party Evaluation of "Project RE-LEAF" VPI&SU, 1981.

Burton, J. K. Report of Third Party Evaluation of "Southside Region Consortium," VPI&SU, 1981.

Burton, J. K. Report of Third Party Evaluation of "Project RE-LEAF" VPI&SU, 1980.

Burton, J. K. Report of Third Party Evaluation of "Southside Region Consortium," VPI&SU, 1980.

Burton, J. K., Breeden, A., & McClellan, E. Report of Third Party Evaluation Team of "Southwest Virginia Special Education Project," VPI&SU, 1979.

Burton, J. K., McClellan, E., & Breeden, A. Report of Third Party Evaluation Team of "An Effective Junior/Senior High School E.D. Program." VPI&SU, 1979.

Burton, J. K., Supplement for Student Evaluation. "World Food Problems." Lincoln, NE: University of Mid-America, 1978.

Burton, J. K., Forman, D., & Kennedy, R. Learner evaluations of SUN offerings. Statistical summary No. 4. University of Mid-America, 1977.

BOOK/SOFTWARE REVIEWS:

Burton, J. K. (Review of Viewpoint: American History, Computer Software Package by Learning Tree) Educational Technology, (1990).

Burton, J. K. (Review of Language and learning in the cooperative classroom by Sharon, S. & Sharon, H.). Educational Technology (1990).

Burton, J. K. (Review of The Behavioral Objectives Disk by Alan D. White). Educational Technology (1989).

Burton, J. K. (Review of Measurement:, Technology, and Individuality in Education edited by Ruth Ekstram). Educational Technology, 1984, Winter.

Burton, J. K. (Review of Instructional Models for Course Design and Development by Reginald Melton). Educational Technology, 1983, Spring.

Burton, J. K. (Review of Content Analysis: An Introduction to its Methodology. by K. Krippendorff). Community/Junior College Research Quarterly, 1981, 6(1).

INSTRUCTIONAL SOFTWARE:

Designed and programmed a hypercard program: Technical Literacy Assessment, Nottingham University and National West Bank, U.K., 1989.

INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION:

Scripted and performed two 30-minute presentations on Evaluation of Microcomputer software as part of the series On and About Instruction: Microcomputers. (Mark Delp producer). Virginia Department of Education, 1984.

EDITORIAL BOARDS AND EDITORSHIPS:

Guest editor, Special issue: Hypermedia and education. Computers in the Schools, 1994. (Also published as a text by Hayworth Press).

Member. Editorial Board, Journal of Research on Computers in Education, 1993-present

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Research and Development in Education, 1990-present

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Research in Education, 1989-present

Guest Editor, Special issue: Problem Solving and Computers, Computers in the Schools, 5(3/4), 1988, (also published as a text by Hayworth Press).

Member, Editorial Board, Computers in the Classroom, 1983-present.

Member, Editorial Board, Journal for Educational Managers, 1980-1982 (also member of editorial policy board).

CONFERENCES:

Chair, Division 10, (Educational Psychology) of Eastern Educational Research Association, 1987-present.

Chair, Awards Committee (and member of Board) of Eastern Educational Research Association, 1989-1993.

Chair, Eastern Educational Research Association Conference Program, 1993.

REVIEWER:

American Educational Research Association, Division c.3 & c.5, 1985-1992.
Eastern Educational Research Association, 1985-present.
Journal of Educational Psychology, 1984-1993.
American EducationalResearch Journal, 1988-present.
Association for Educational Communication and Technology, 1992-present.

Publishers

Brooks-Cole, 1984-Present (Computer Texts)
Prentice Hall, 1984-Present (Computer Texts)
Educational Technology, 1983-Present (Computer and Design Texts)

PAPERS PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:

Croft, R. & Burton, J.K. Toward a new theory for selecting instructional visuals. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Visual Literacy Association, Tempe, AZ.

Croft, R.K. & Burton, J.K. (1994). Towards a new theoretical base for visual research. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the International Visual Literacy Association in Tempe, AZ.

Moore, D.M., Myers, R.J. & Burton, J.K. (1993). Multimedia: Promise, Reality & future. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the International Visual Literacy Association in Rochester, NY.

Moore, D.M., Myers, R.J. & Burton, J.K. (1993). Multimedia: promise, reality, and future. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Visual Literacy Association, Rochester, NY.

Harris, K. A. & Burton, J. K. (1991). The development of an interactive video training program for the hospitality industry. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Visual Literacy Association, Washington, D.C.

Harrison, C., Hay, D., Pierson, A. & Burton, J.K. (1990). The technical literacy project: A comparison of computer literacy skills among school students and employees in industry. Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference.

Burton, J. K. (1990). Dual-co ding in children and adults. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Visual Literacy/British Film Institute, London, U.K.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT NATIONAL CONFERENCES:

Dodl, N.R., Burton, J.K. & Erskine, L. (1995). Assessing the Educational Impact of the Blacksburg Electronic Village. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Dodl, N.R., Schorger, J. & Burton, J.K. (1994). Telecommunications in the 21st Century: Blacksburg's Electronic Village. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications & Technology in Nashville, TN.

Burton, J.K., Moore, D.M. & Dodl, N.R. (1993). Virginia's Electronic Classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Research Association (AERA) in Atlanta, GA.

Dodl, N.R., Burton, J.K. & Moore, D.M. (1992). Models for using computer facilitated communications to enhance instructional interactivity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Development of Computer Information Systems (ADCIS), Norfolk, VA.

Harris, K. A. & Burton, J. K. (1992). Interactive video as a training tool in the hospitality industry. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communications Technology, Washington, D.C.

Burton, J. K. Instructional design of interactive hypermedia (1991). Presentation made as part of a symposium (D. Merrill, D. Jonassen, K. Peck & E. Schwartz (Mod.) at the annual meeting of the Association for the Development of Computer-based Instructional Systems, St. Louis, MO.

Burton, J. K., Moore, D. M. & Dodl, N. R. (1991). A descriptive study of the Commonwealth of Virginia's Electronic Classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Orlando, FL.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1989). Constructing a picture of the child as a reader. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco.

Burton, J. K. (1988). The use of computers in The West Virginia SEERS project. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association, New Orleans.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1988). The cue selection and hypothesis testing strategies of expert reading diagnosticians. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Orey, M. A., Garrison, J. W., & Burton, J. K. (1988). There's a 'pot a-brewin': The case against null hypothesis testing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Orey, M. A. & Burton, J. K. (1988). One step closer towards an arithmetic diagnostic system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1987). A comparison of five tasks for examining and understanding the problem identification processes of reading diagnosticians. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg, FL.

McCoy, L. P. & Burton, J. K. (1987). The relationship between computer programming and mathematics in secondary students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

Burton, J. K. & Magliaro, S. G. (1986). Computer programming and problem solving: The evidence. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1986). The development of programming expertise by children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1986). Preparing for Saturday's game: Group problem solving processes in college football. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Orey, M. A., Burton, J. K., Sales, C. A., Cavalier, D., Lalik, R. & Cook, D. (1986). Logo programming in the first grade. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Reed, W. M., Burton, J. K. & Kelly, P. P. (1986). Using reaction times and quality measures to assess the learning value of modes of discourse. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Burton, J. K., Reed, W. M., & Kloock, K. K. (1985). The philosophy, curriculum, and role of a computer camp in a university setting. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Computers in the Schools, Cincinnati.

Metzler, M., Burton, J. K. & Magliaro, S. G. (1985). Designing microcomputer programs for data collection, analysis, and storage: Programming skills and applications. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral Analysis, Columbus, OH.

Burton, J. K & Niles, J. A. (1982). Cognitive capacity usage during and following interspersed mathemagenic questions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

Burton, J. K., Niles, J. A., & Wildman, T. M. (1981). Effects of semantic and orthographic interference on prose recall. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

Wildman, T. M. & Burton, J. K. (1980). Matching learning theory, instructional technology, and evaluation design. Presented at the national meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Denver.

Burton, J. K. & Wildman, T. M. (1979). Recall in children following interference: Evidence for dual coding. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York.

Wildman, T. M., Burton, J. K., & Niles, J. A. (1979). Integrating learning theory with the technology of instructional design. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

Burton, J. K. (1978). Interference effects on recall of pictures, printed words, and spoken words. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto.

Niles, J. A., Burton, J. K., and Wildman, T. M. (1978). The effects of within level processing on memory for prose. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg.

Bruning, R. H., Burton, J. K., & Ballering, M. (1977). Memory by ear and by eye: Relationships to reading achievement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

PAPERS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL CONFERENCES:

Orey, M. A. & Burton, J. K. (1990). POSIT: An intelligent arithmetic diagnostic and tutoring system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Clearwater, FL.

Burton, J. K. (1989). The role of learning theory in Instructional Design after a decade. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of EERA in Savannah.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1989). Constructing a picture of the child as a reader. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of EERA in Savannah.

Orey, M. A., Garrison, J. W. & Burton, J. K. (1988). There's a Pot a 'Brewin in Psychological Research Methodology: What does it mean for research in education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeast Philosophy of Education Society in Pensacola.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1988). The cue selection and hypothesis testing strategies of expert reading diagnosticians. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami.

Burton, J. K. (1987). An analysis of Linn's potential chain of cognitive accomplishments learning program: Good concept, bad examples. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Boston.

Cook, D. W. & Burton, J. K. (1987). The effects of computer use and Logo programming instruction on third and fourth grade students' perceived control. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Association, Boston.

Orey, M. A. & Burton, J. K. (1987). Towards a synergistic arithmetic diagnostic system. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Boston.

Burton, J. K. & Magliaro, S. G. (1986). Computer programming instruction in the schools: Unfulfilled promises. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Education Research Association, Miami.

Cook, D. W., Burton, J. K., McCoy, L. P., Sales, C. A., Cavalier, D., Lalik, R., Dunford, I. & Orey, M. A. (1986). The effect of Logo programming on first grade student's locus of control orientation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1986). College football team preparation: Elements of shared problem solving. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami.

Magliaro, S. G. & Burton, J. K. (1986). Recall of coherent vs. scrambled computer programs by children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami.

McCoy, L. P. & Burton, J. K. (1986). Correlates of computer programming in children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami.

Orey, M. A., Burton, J. K., McCoy, L. P., Sales, C. A., Cavalier, D., Lalik, R., & Cook, D. A. (1986). Logo programming in first grade. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Education Research Association, Miami.

Burton, J. K., Wildman, T. M., Magliaro, S. G. & Kloock, K. K. (1985). The effects of computer language learning on logical reasoning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Virginia Beach, VA.

Metzler, M., Burton, J. K. & Magliaro, S. G. (1985). Using microcomputers for observational data collection and analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Virginia Beach, VA.

Reed, W. M. & Burton, J. K. (1985). Further validation of the writing apprehension test. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami.

Wildman, T. M., Burton, J. K. & Weber, L. J. (1985). Relationships between logical reasoning ability and cognitive capacity utili zation in children and adults. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Virginia Beach, VA.

Reed, W. M., Burton, J. K. & Kelly, P. P. (1985). The effects of writing ability and mode of discourse on cognitive capacity engagement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Virginia Beach, Va.

Reed, W. M., Burton, J. K. & Vandett, N. M. (1984). Daly and Miller's Writing Apprehension Test and Hunt's T-unit Analysis: Two measurement precautions in writing research. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, West Palm Beach.

Reed, W. M. & Burton, J. K. (1983). Short-term memory and organization: The effects on writing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Baltimore.

Burton, J. K. (1982). Microcomputers in mathematics education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Virginia Association for Teachers of Mathematics, Emory, VA.

McClellan, E. A. & Burton, J. K. (1981). A collaborative planning model for gifted and talented programs. Presented at the annual conference of the Northern Virginia Council for Gifted/Talented Education, Falls Church, VA.

Burton, J. K. & Wildman, T. M. (1980). A model for teacher community relations. Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Norfolk, VA.

Wildman, T. M. & Burton, J. K. (1980). Learning theory bases of instruction!al design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Norfolk, VA.

Burton, J. K. (1979). Multicultural education: Alternatives. Paper presented as part of a symposium at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Eastern Regional for Division 31 (Social perspectives), Hampton, VA.

Burton, J. K. & Hunt, T. C. (1979). A Rationale for affective education. Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Kiawah Island, SC.

Burton, J. K., Niles, J. A., & Wildman, T. M. (1979). The effects of within level processing on memory for prose: A second look. Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Kiawah Island, SC.

Wildman, T. M., Burton, J. K., & Sherman, T. M. (1979). Re-Examining the complex role of task analysis instructional design. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Eastern Educational Research Association, Kiawah Island, SC.

Wildman, T. M., Burton, J. K. & Weber, L. J. (1979). Another look at minimum competency testing: Perspectives of designers and psychologists. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Concerned Leaders in Educational Administration and Research, Virginia Beach, VA.

CHAIR/DISCUSSANT:

Discussant, session of Studies in Cognition at the annual meeting of the Eastern Education Research Association, Hilton Head, S.C., 1992.

Discussant, session on Computer programming and higher order skills at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami, 1988.

Discussant, symposium on Computers and writing activities at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Miami, 1988.

Discussant, symposium on A Computer Awareness Program for Teacher Education at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Boston, 1987.

Discussant, session on the Educational Applications of Advanced Computer Technology at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Boston, 1987.

Chair, session on Cooperative Learning at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, March, 1986.

Chair, Session on Research Methods at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Norfolk, VA, March, 1980.

Chair, Session on Reading and Cognitive Processes at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York, August, 1979.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS:

Problem solving ability and computer education. Keynote speech presented at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Association of Educational Computing, Morgantown, W.V., 1985.

Computers in the College of Education at Virginia Tech. Presented to the College of Life Sciences, Virginia Tech, 1982.

Computers in education. Keynote speech presented at Baltimore Community College, Baltimore, MD, 1981.

RESEARCH HONORS:

M. A. Orey & J. K. Burton, "One step closer towards an arithmetic diagnostic system." Division C (Learning) Research Award presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans, 1988.

J. A. Niles, J. K. Burton, T. M. Wildman & R. Johnson. "When what you see may not be what you get: Evidence for reversal in recall performance from immediate to delayed." Letter of Recognition for Quality Research presented at the annual meeting of Virginia Educational Research Association, Charlottesville, May, 1979.

J. K. Burton & J. A. Niles. "Cognitive capacity usage during and following interspersed mathematic processing." Certificate of award for Meritorious Research presented at the annual meeting of the Virginia Educational Research Association, Charlottesville, VA, May, 1981.

FUNDED PROPOSALS:

D. M. Moore, N. R. Dodl & J. K. Burton "Planning grant for the evaluation of Virginia's electronic classroom project," Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Education, $20,000, 1989.

S. Magliaro & J. K. Burton, "Problem solving and skilled reading diagnosis," Appalachian Educational Laboratory Grant, $2,800, 1986.

N. Dodl & J. K. Burton, IBM contract to develop and field test in-service materials for teachers and administrators, $50,000, 1984.

D. M. Moore & J. K. Burton, "Introduction to the microcomputer: A self-instructional approach," Virginia Tech, Technical Learning Grant, $960, 1983.

J. K. Burton, "An investigation of the efficacy of the secondary task paradigm for cognitive capacity research," Virginia Tech, College of Education Minigrant, $640, 1982.

J. K. Burton, "Passage dependency of informal reading inventory comprehension measures," Virginia Tech, College of Education Minigrant, $239, 1981.

J. K. Burton, J. A. Niles, T. M. Wildman, "Cognitive capacity usage during and following interspersed mathemagenic questions," Virginia Tech, College of Education Minigrant, $400, 1980.

N. R. Dodl, H. Conley, J. K. Burton, M. M. Maxson, A. Moore, J. Holland, C. Atwell, and L. Short, Office of Education Research Grant to conduct Teacher Corps training program in Wise County, Virginia, $1,200,000 (5 years) 1979.

J. A. Niles & J. K. Burton, "A comparison of the facilitating effects of traditional questioning techniques and two embedded cloze techniques," Virginia Tech, College of Education Minigrant, $145, 1979.

L. McGee, (J. Burton, Sponsor) "An investigation of evaluation criteria used by beginning and experienced teachers to judge young children's story writing," Virginia Tech College of Education Minigrant, $68, 1979.

J. K. Burton, J. A. Niles, T. M. Wildman & T. M. Sherman, College of Education Faculty Research Award, Virginia Tech, "Effect of within level processing on memory for prose," $6,500, 1978.

R. Bruning & J. K. Burton, College of Education Research Award, University of Nebraska, "Memory by ear and eye: Relationship to Reading," $800, 1976.

R. Bruning & J. K. Burton, College of Education Faculty Research Award, University of Nebraska, "Recall for singly and multiply presented pictures, spoken words and printed words," $500, 1975.

H. Homm, F. Maxwell, & J. K. Burton, University Research Award, Southwest Missouri State University, (Laboratory Animals) $280, 1973.

J. K. Burton & H. Homm, University Research Award, Southwest Missouri State University, "Transfer effects as a result of varying the number of instructional methods," $320,1973.

CONSULTING:

Office of Special Education, Consultant for review of proposals, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1994.

Nottingham University and National West Bank, United Kingdom. Consultant for Technical LiteracyProject, August-September, 1989. Responsibilities: program design and evaluation planning, Hypertalk programming.

Virginia Department of Education: Consultant for Special Education Evaluation Training Project. May 19889-July 1989. Responsibilities: Provided technical assistance for three county systems.

Virginia Tech Computer Camp. Director of Instruction and Instructor, Summer 1982-Summer 1989. Responsibilities: Provide technical assistance for three county systems.

West Virginia Department of Education. Consultant for Special Educational Evaluation Reform program. August 1988-March 1989. Responsibilities: Served as instructor and provided technical assistance for nine county systems.

Salem School Board, Salem, VA., Spring, 1982. With T. Hunt & E. McClellan conducted a literature search and produced a report relative to the city of Salem's decision to operate a separate school system or remain in current contract with Roanoke County.

Virginia Department of Special Education Support Services. Consultant for Third Party Evaluations, September 1980 - June 1981. Responsibilities: Conducted evaluations of two special education projects as well as participated in establishing evaluation plan guidelines.

Germanna and Rappahannock Community Colleges, VA. Consultant for five year planning, October, 1980 - May 1981. Responsibilities: Designed needs assessment plan, assisted in program development, designed evaluation plan and provided for evaluation data usage.

Virginia Department of Mental Health, Richmond, VA. Consultant for analysis of program objectives. December 1978 - June 1979. Responsibilities: As part of a team, analyzed the appropriateness of institutional objectives for three state institutions as part of changeover to management and funding by objectives project.

Beatrice State Home, Beatrice NE. Consultant for Psychological Evaluation, September 1976 - January 1977. Responsibilities: Administered intelligence and adaptive social behavior tests and did psychological work-ups on some fifty profoundly and educably retarded clients. Made specific recommendations for appropriate educational and social programming.

Nebraska Crime Commission, Lincoln, NE. Consultant for Program Evaluation of the Omaha Home for Girls -- Clinic, January 1976 - August 1976. Responsibilities: Designed and administered evaluation instruments relating to clinical services provided as well as affective and vocational/educational go al changes as perceived by the girls served and their parents.

Lincoln-Lancaster Mental Health Center, Lincoln, NE. Consultant for volunteer training, September 1975 - September 1976. Responsibility: Under the terms of an A.C.T.I.O.N. Grant conducted training of (primarily) student volunteers in operant approaches to dealing with clients assigned to them on a one-to-one basis.

Goodwill Industries, Lincoln, NE. Consultant for Program Development, September, 1974 - January 1975. Responsibilities: Task analyzed two of the vocational training areas offered by Goodwill; served as trouble shooter during installation of the resultant instructional sequence.

WORKSHOPS:

Bland High School, Bland, VA. Spring 1984. Co-conducted two-day workshops in computer familiarization and utilization to approximately 20 public school teachers and administrators.

Rocky Gap School, Rocky Gap, VA. Spring 1984. Co-conducted two-day workshops in computer familiarization an d utilization to approximately 20 public school teachers and administrators.

Manassas Park Schools, Manassas Park, VA. Spring 1984. Co-conducted two-day workshops in computer familiarization and utilization to approximately 20 public school teachers and administrators.

King and Queen County Schools. Spring 1984. Co-conducted two-day workshops in computer familiarization and utilization to approximately 20 public school teachers and administrators.

Staunton Schools, Staunton, VA. Spring 1984. Co-conducted two-day workshops in computer familiarization and utilization to approximately 20 public school teachers and administrators.

Pulaski County Schools, Pulaski, VA., Fall, 1982. Conducted two, two-day workshops in computer familiarization and utilization to approximately 50 public school teachers and administrators.

Mountain Empire Community College, Big Stone Gap, VA., Fall, 1981. Co-conducted an eight hour workshop in computer familiarization and utilization to approximately 35 community college teachers and administrators.

Cumberland Mountain Uniserve, Castlewood, VA., Fall, 1981. Conducted two one-hour workshops on computer uses in education for approximately 40 teachers and administrators.

Lee County School System, Jonesville, VA. Summer, 1978. Conducted five, two and one half hour sessions on Humanizing Instruction for approximately 200 teachers and aides.

Franklin County School System, Rocky Mount, VA. Fall 1978. Conducted two three hour sessions on Human Relations in the Schools for approximately 200 teachers and administrators.

Omaha Community Colleges, Omaha, NE. Summer 1975. Conducted one three hour session in Standardized Testing for approximately 120 community college teachers.

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