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SITE 1999--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



J.D. Price; J Willis; Dee Anna Willis; M Jost; S Boger-Mehall

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Number of papers: 414

  1. Thanks Grandpa! I Finally Learned Something From A TVCommercial

    Ray Braswell & Charlie Gibbons, Auburn University Montgomery, United States

    The paper is designed to showthe steps, equipment and timeline needed in order to create CD-ROMs for usein public school physical education classes. A CD-ROM, which was developedat AUM, and used... More

    pp. 1035-1040

  2. Using Multimedia to Document Case Studies in an Inclusive Classroom: An Adobe/SITE Partnership Project

    David Bullock & David Gilde, Portland State University, United States

    Integrating media and technology use into statewide educational programs is a priority in the State of Oregon. The Graduate School of Education at Portland State University (PSU) is actively... More

    pp. 1041-1045

  3. Using Technology Effectively in the K-6 Classroom: Professional Development for Teachers

    Dianne P. Chambers & Kaye Stacey, University of Melbourne, Australia

    There are many sources of professional development for K-6 teachers that help them learn how to use computers, but much less is available on how to use computers in classrooms to enhance learning... More

    pp. 1046-1051

  4. New tools for new thoughts: Effects of changing the “Tools-to-Think- With” on the elementary mathematics methods course.

    Michael L. Connell, University of Houston, United States; Sergei Abramovich, State University of New York, United States

    A central tenet of mathematics education reform is the integral role of technology at all grade levels. The current technological changes combined with the changes in the mathematics content and ... More

    pp. 1052-1057

  5. A New Professionalism? Teacher Use of Multimedia Portable Computers with Internet Capability

    Tony Fisher, University of Nottingham

    This paper examines the experience of some of the teachers participating in the Multimedia Portables for Teachers Pilot. The Pilot was a major, highly successful project which put 1138 high... More

    pp. 1058-1063

  6. Multimedia Applications And Their Impact On The Sequencing Of Learning For Remote, Distance And Flexible Situations

    J. G. Gallagher & D. P. Stevenson, Napier University; E. Fordyce, Thames Valley University

    This first of two papers based on our on-going work in the construction and development of interactive, multimedia applications. We provide a theoretical approach and a methodology for analysing ... More

    pp. 1064-1068

  7. A Video Exploration of Classroom Assessment

    Tina Syer & Shelley Goldman, Institute for Research on Learning, United States

    A Video Exploration of Classroom Assessment includes six workshops and multiple examples of assessment techniques that teachers can try out with their students. Video examples give teachers a ... More

    p. 1069

  8. Utilizing Electronic Portfolios for the Assessment of Teacher Educators: A Case Study Approach

    David Jackson, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States

    Clearly one of the most valid approaches to assessing student and teacher performance is through the use of portfolios. As more and more schools move towards the use of portfolios to assess both... More

    pp. 1070-1073

  9. "Whose Mummy Is It?" A simulated Tour of Egypt.

    David DeBry, David F. Lancy & Tracy Weston, Utah State University, United States

    Whose Mummy is it? is an adventure story in which the player/student/protagonist must solve a mystery while on a tour of Egypt. In order to solve the mystery, they must first acquire information... More

    p. 1074

  10. Developing Educational Web Sites with Advanced Multimedia and Interactive 3D Environments

    Jan Lockett, University of Houston, United States

    A new level of interactive multimedia is on the forefront of web authoring and is now available for educators to access and create as supportive information to their curriculum. This paper... More

    pp. 1075-1079

  11. Multimedia: What Do We Teach the Next Generation?

    John H. Meyer, Governors State University, United States; Alice Christie, Arizona State University West, United States

    As the teaching of multimedia has progressed over the past few years, the students who enroll in educational technology classes have changed, too. Early on, all of the hardware and software were... More

    pp. 1080-1081

  12. Embedding Multimedia Cases in Teacher Education: Supportive Role of the WWW

    Nienke Nieveen & Ellen van den Berg, University of Twente

    This paper reports on the first results of an ongoing development research study related to the MUST project. The MUST project (Multimedia in Science & Technology) aims at developing multimedia... More

    pp. 1082-1086

  13. Virtuality and Digital Nomadism in Teacher Education — the LIVE Project

    Riikka Ristola, Aarno Rönkä & Tomi Nummi, University of Helsinki, Finland; Janne Sariola, National Board of Education, Finland

    This article is based on the first-year results of a three-year R&D project called LIVE (Learning in a Virtual School Environment), 1997-2000, intended to develop new didactic networking models... More

    pp. 1087-1092

  14. Restructuring Preservice Teacher Instructional Media Courses

    Sally Brewer, David Erickson & Carole S. Robinson, The University of Montana, United States

    This paper describes one university's efforts in migrating an undergraduate Instructional Media course from a traditional stand and deliver model to a web-based electronic classroom. A rationale... More

    pp. 1093-1098


    Thomas J. C. Smyth & James F. Kauffman, University of South Carolina Aiken, United States

    This paper describes the development of a project funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce which is designed to contribute to educational reform by exposing teachers in 124 rural schools to the ... More

    pp. 1099-1103


    Sue A. Gradisar, Mediadesigns, Inc., United States; Carolyn J. Wood & Penny Pence, University of New Mexico, United States

    This session demonstrates an interactive, context sensitive learning tool, a CD-ROM, that is being used to improve instructional and leadership practices in rural, culturally diverse communities.... More

    p. 1104

  17. Something Old, Something New …ISU

    Beverly Abbey, Texas A&M University - Commerce, United States

    This session presents a model to develop skills for integrating technology into the curriculum for secondary pre-service teachers. An Independent Study Unit (ISU) is a vehicle that may be used to... More

    pp. 1106-1107

  18. Preparing Novice Teachers to Use Technology: Do They Practice What We Teach?

    Christene K. Bennett & Lisa H. Daniel, Florida Southern College, United States

    This study examined data gathered from novice teachers in an attempt to describe the effectiveness of the technology component of a preservice teacher education program. The paper describes the... More

    pp. 1108-1111

  19. A Model for Integrating Computer Support of Curriculum as a Teaching and Learning Tool

    David L. Breithaupt, North Carolina A & T State University, United States

    One major block to the effective integration of computer support of curriculum is not hardware and software, but preservice and inservice training of teachers. This paper reports on continued... More

    pp. 1112-1114

  20. STNet: A Network-Supported Environment for Student Teachers

    Rong-Guey Ho, Cheng-Chih Wu, Greg C. Lee & Guey-Fa Chiou, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

    Adopting the rationale of reflective thinking as the underlying philosophy, we developed the Student Teacher Network (STNet) to support student teaching. STNet provides an online place where... More

    pp. 1115-1119