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

1999

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

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Number of papers: 414

  1. A Model for In-Service Teacher Training on Internet

    Chiung-hui Chiu & Hsiang-ming Wu, National Tainan Teachers College, Taiwan

    According to the literature on effective in-service teacher training and the characteristics of the Internet technology, this paper proposes a model and a supporting system for in-service teacher... More

    pp. 636-640

  2. Technology Internships for Graduate Students

    Caroline M. Crawford, University of Houston - Clear Lake, United States

    Teacher education is a developing arena in which technology plays a primary part. Technology is an area that has historically been a strong midstream career change subject area, through which... More

    pp. 641-644

  3. Constructivist teacher education practices: Teaching teachers through TELE-Web

    Yong Zhao, Carol Sue Englert & Richard E. Ferdig, Michigan State University, United States

    pp. 645-646

  4. Turning Educators into Hypermedia Authors: Pedagogy, Decisions and Lessons Learned

    Joseph, Jr. Frantiska, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, United States

    This poster presentation will examine and explore the design and development of a workshop for K-12 teachers. The half-day workshop's purpose was to teach people with minimal exposure to computing ... More

    p. 647

  5. Teaching American History Utilizing Digital Resources in a Rural School District

    Janice Dore, Frontier Regional School District, United States; Angela Goebel Bain, Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, United States; Diana Campbell, Frontier Regional School District, United States; Tim Neumann, Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, United States; David Hart, Center for Computer Based Instruction through Technology, United States

    This project builds on a growing partnership between Frontier Regional / Union #38 School Districts, the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, with a nationally recognized historical Museum and ... More

    pp. 648-652

  6. Teaching Educational Technology Using a Cohort Program Design – Does it Make a Difference?

    Glenda A. Gunter & Karyn Dayle Jones, University of Central Florida, United States

    Research studies have revealed that students who are in a supportive, less stressful environment and are actively involved in the instructional process tend to be more academically successful.... More

    pp. 653-656

  7. Restructuring Teaching with Technology and Constructivism

    K. Victoria Dimock, Sharon Adams, Jim Zuhn & Marilyn Heath, Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, United States

    Professionals from the Technology Assistance Program (TAP) of the Southwest Education Development Laboratory (SEDL) discuss one of their projects, Applying Technology to Restructuring and... More

    pp. 657-659

  8. Faculty Development: Integrating Technology into the Classroom

    Mark Shapiro & David R. Hofmeister, Central Missouri State University, United States

    Technology use in the classroom is often less than what it can be. Teachers remain as the primary implementation engine to advance the use of computers, but they are often struggling with more... More

    pp. 660-664

  9. New Meets New: Fitting Technology To An Inquiry-Based Teacher Education Program

    D. Michele Jacobsen & W. Bruce Clark, University of Calgary, Canada

    The method by which student teachers at the University of Calgary are prepared to meet technology requirements for teacher certification has been made obsolete by the introduction of a new... More

    pp. 665-670

  10. A University Class in Web Design for Teachers: Content and Rationale

    Cleborne D. Maddux, University of Nevada - Reno, United States

    This paper presents an outline and a discussion of the philosophy and rationale for a course taught by the presenter on web design and production for teachers at the University of Nevada, Reno.... More

    pp. 671-676

  11. Integrating Technology: Multimedida Portfolios In Education

    Charles D. Manges, Western Illinois University, United States; John Scenters-Zapico, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, United States

    As efforts directed at reforming education continue to dominate the national spotlight (McKay, 1998; Richards, 1998), recent discussion has asserted that inclusion of technology provides a positive... More

    pp. 677-680

  12. Lessons Learned from the Trenches: Implementing Technology in Public Schools

    Thomas N. Meyer & Todd M. Miller, Mei Technology, United States; Kurt Steuck, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States; Carolyn Pesthy & D'Anne Redmon, MacArthur High School, United States

    Computer and communication technologies afford unique opportunities for teaching and learning. As a result, these technologies have become common, if not pervasive, in the modern classroom.... More

    pp. 681-687

  13. Making the Computer a Part of Teaching: A Piece of the Puzzle

    Karen Milligan, Carson-Newman College, United States

    This grounded theory study sought to develop a model of how teachers in a typical school made technology a part of teaching. This process was like fitting a new piece into a puzzle. There were two ... More

    pp. 688-693

  14. First Year Teacher Distance Learning Network

    Sherry Carlstrom, Vivienne Morgan & Kathryn Morgan, Minnesota State University - Bemidji, United States

    This paper describes the design and field test of Minnesota's first year teacher induction program delivered via the internet. The distance delivery program is designed to facilitate the mentoring ... More

    pp. 694-697

  15. The Electronic Portfolio in Graduate Education: Assessment Model for Pre-service Administrators

    Bobbi Nicholson, Marshall University, United States

    This roundtable discussion concerns the use of a portfolio-based assessment model as the foundation of a coherent system of evaluation for graduate students who are focusing on a career in either... More

    pp. 698-699

  16. Teaching and Learning with Technology: A Professional Development Model

    Norma Nocente, University of Alberta, Canada; Pat Redhead, Edmonton Public Schools, Canada; Jacqueline Skytt, Alberta Teachers' Association, Canada

    Technology provides powerful new opportunities to enrich student learning across the curriculum. In order for students to have access to these new tools in meaningful ways, their teachers must be... More

    pp. 701-706

  17. Discovery Learning for Grownups? Preservice Teacher Education and Technology

    Désirée H. Pointer, University of California - Berkeley, United States

    This paper is a report on the technology orientation experienced by students in the University of California, Berkeley's Developmental Teacher Education (DTE) Program. The paper discusses the... More

    pp. 707-711

  18. Sky’s the Limit Charter School: Offering A Tutor-based Curriculum

    Carol Luckhardt Redfield, St. Mary's University, United States

    This paper presents a mapping of kindergarten through grade 12 curriculum content with existing educational software available on CD ROM. The software ranges in price approximately from $5 to ... More

    pp. 712-717

  19. Computer/Curriculum Integration Model and Teacher In-Service

    David Breithaupt, Jane Davis-Seaver & Karen Smith-Gratto, North Carolina A & T State University, United States

    In education there is a common concern that computers are not being integrated into the curriculum. This concern pervades the educational establishment from principals who want teachers to... More

    pp. 718-721

  20. Studying Technology as a Cohort: Teachers’ Reflections on the Process

    Debra Sprague & Priscilla Norton, George Mason University, United States

    The journey toward professional growth, school reform, and an educational response to the challenge of technology integration is often a lonely one. One solution is to design professional... More

    pp. 722-727