Julie Mitchiner


Scholarship and creative activity


Mitchiner, J. & Lytle, L. (2018). A positive perspective: Preparing professionals to work with deaf and hard of hearing infants, toddlers, and their families. The Odyssey, 19, 10-14.


Batamula, C., Kite Herbold, B.J. & Mitchiner, J. "Family Language Planning with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children: Fostering Multilingual Development." Odyssey Magazine, October 2020

Batamula, C., Kite Herbold, B.J., & Mitchiner, J. (2020). Can a snowman have more than three snowballs? Conducting Project Studies with Young Deaf Children. Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education, 5(1), 179-217.

Mitchiner, J., Kite Herbold, B.J., Batamula, C. & Nicolarakis, O. (2021, March 3). Infusing Anti-Bias Education in Early Intervention Programs & Early Childhood Education with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children [Conference Presentation). Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Annual Conference, Virtual.


Mitchiner, J. & Gough, M. (2017). Supporting deaf and hard of hearing preschool students' emerging ASL skills: A Bilingual approach. Odyssey: New Directions in Deaf Education, 18 (1), p. 32-36.

Mitchiner, J. (2016). Taube Eltern CI-Implantierter Kinder und ihre Vorstellungen zum bimodalen Bilingualismus (Teil I). [Deaf Parents of Cochlear Implanted Children: Beliefs on Bimodal Bilingualism] In: DAS Zeitschrift fur Sprach und Kultur Gehorloser, Nr. 103., S.282-296.

Mitchiner, J. (2017, April). Project-Based Studies with Young children. Presented at 2017 Early Childhood Education Summit, Rochester, NY.

Mitchiner, J., Garate, M., Reisnaur, M., Batamula, C., & Kite, B. (2017, April). Family Language Policy and Planning: ASL and English Bilingual Approach. Presentation at 2017 Early Childhood Education Summit, Rochester, NY.