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Kari-Lynn Winters was born on 1969 in Canada, is an Author, university professor. At 51 years old, Kari-Lynn Winters height not available right now. We will update Kari-Lynn Winters's height soon as possible.

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2016

Winters has published award-winning children's books, children's non-fiction articles, and academic articles, and has herself won multiple Excellence in Teaching awards and won the St. Catharines Arts Awards 2016 "Emerging Artist Award".

2010

From 2010-2012 Winters expanded her work to educational activism, from organizing an annual "Arts Matters" educational conference to raising funds for girls' education in Africa. Proceeds from her book Gift Days are being used to support the charity Because I am a Girl, a movement to "unleash" the power of girls and women in the developing world through education and women’s rights; at its book launch in November 2012, enough money was raised to send 10 girls to school in Uganda for a year. By 2016 she had twenty-six books published or press, and was nominated for the St. Catharines Arts Awards in the "Emerging Artist" category.

2005

Born in St. Thomas, Ontario, Winters has studied or taught in schools across North America. Her master's thesis "Developing an Arts-Integrated Narrative Reading Comprehension Program for Less Proficient Grade 3 and 4 Students," on exploring the efficacy of using the arts to strengthen less proficient students' reading comprehension, was selected as best Master's Thesis in Literacy in Canada, 2005. Winters completed her PhD in 2009 with a dissertation entitled "Authorship as Assemblage: Multimodal Literacies of Play, Literature, and Drama." She holds a teaching degree from the University of Toronto, in regular and special education for children ages 3–13. She is also a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, where she earned a certificate in technical theatre. Her dramatic work included writing scripts for and performing with Vancouver's theatre-for-literacy troupe Tickle Trunk Players.

1969

Kari Winters, née Moore (born 1969) is a Canadian children's author and literacy researcher. She taught children's literature and drama at the University of British Columbia from 2004 to 2009. In 2010 Winters assumed the post of Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at Brock University (Ontario) and co-editor of Teaching and Learning. She advanced to the position of Associate Professor in 2014.