Christine Tinnesz

PhD

Kelly Tenzek.

Christine Tinnesz

PhD

Christine Tinnesz

PhD

Research Topics

Higher education learning outcomes; Educational psychology; Public speaking; Strategies to improve student learning.

Contact Information

325 Baldy Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260-1020

Phone: (716) 645-1500

cmgray@buffalo.edu

Overview Background Research

Ahuna, K. H., & Tinnesz, C. G. (2016). Using Questions to Frame a Metacognitive Classroom. In H. Blythe, C. Sweet, & R. Carpenter. It Works For Me, Metacognitively: Shared Tips for Effective Teaching. Stillwater, OK: New Forums.

Ahuna, K. H., Tinnesz, C. G., & Kiener, M. S. (2014). A new era of critical thinking in professional programs. Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning Journal, 7(3), 1-9.

Patterson, D., Ahuna, K., Tinnesz, C.G., & Vanzile-Tamsen, C. (2014). Using self-regulated learning methods to increase Native American college retention. Journal of College Student Retention, 16(2), 219-237.

Kiener, M. S., Ahuna, K. H., & Gray Tinnesz, C. (2013) Documenting critical thinking in a capstone course: Moving students toward a professional disposition. Educational Action Research.

“Methods of Inquiry: Using critical thinking skills to retain students.” Innovative Higher Education, 36(4). August 2011.

“Toward college success: Internalizing active and dynamic strategies,” College Teaching Journal, 54(4). Fall 2006.

Methods of Inquiry: Applied critical thinking, 2nd ed. (2006). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt.

Methods of Inquiry: Applied critical thinking (2003). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt.