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SITE 2003--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Caroline Crawford; Niki Davis; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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This conference has 17 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 1052

  1. From Formative to Functionality: Developing Images of Possibilities Through Database Portfolios

    Ken Potter, Glen Holmes & Ann Potts, Virginia Tech, United States

    The interactive session will reflect the continuation of a project that includes the development of an 'archival database portfolio.' As we demonstrate the portfolio software, we will outline our ... More

    pp. 152-154

  2. Moving from paper to electronic teaching portfolios: Social practices challenge new technologies and state mandates in a teacher credential program

    Brian Reilly, UC Riverside, United States

    Electronic portfolios are growing in popularity in a range of disciplines. Portfolios are cited as ways to encourage reflection on learning practices, opportunities to showcase technology skills, ... More

    pp. 155-158

  3. Assessment in a Context of Network-Based Practice

    Eric Riedel, Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement, United States; Cassie Scharber, Center for Applied Research and Educational Immprovement, United States

    Abstract: The eTIP Cases project implemented a test version of the cases with 11 teacher education faculty beginning in September 2002. These on-line cases offered preservice teachers the... More

    pp. 159-162

  4. Teacher Preparation, Electronic Portfolios, and NCATE

    Betty Conaway & Douglas Rogers, Baylor University, United States

    This panel presentation will describe the development and implementation of a web-based portfolio assessment system for teacher education candidates in Baylor University's revised teacher... More

    pp. 163-165

  5. Digital Education Portfolios (DEP)

    Dina Rosen, MSU, United States; Arlene Bloom, NJCU, United States

    This paper explores the impact of digital portfolios on teacher candidates. Two issues are considered: (1) What are the optimum conditions for digital portfolio creation? (2) What is the perceived ... More

    pp. 166-168

  6. Web-Based Portfolio Assessment in a Graduate Instructional Technology Program

    Regina Royer, Salisbury University, United States

    This paper presents the results of a study of graduate students' electronic portfolio efforts. It reveals their attitudes toward the portfolio process, their evidence of meeting the National... More

    pp. 169-174

  7. e-Portfolio for Pre-Service Teachers

    Dana Lyles & Kelly Ryan, Jacksonville State University, United States

    THE e-PORTFOLIO: Documentation of the Pre-Service Experience. All pre-service teachers are expected to maintain thorough written records of his/her teaching and learning experiences. These... More

    pp. 175-176

  8. Web-Based Program Assessment for a Teacher Education Program

    Michael Schwob & Timothy Schwob, SUNY College at Potsdam, United States

    In responding to Middle States Association (MSA) and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) mandates, the Teacher Education Department at SUNY Potsdam is developing... More

    pp. 177-178

  9. Promoting Reflective Thinking in Tomorrow's Teachers

    James Bowen & Sheila Spurgeon, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, United States

    This research examined the effects of a process of digital video editing used to create multimedia portfolio has on the quality of teacher candidates' critical reflections. The target population... More

    pp. 179-183

  10. An Instructional Technology Competency Self-Assessment Profile

    Ronald Stammen, North Dakota State University, United States

    This presentation is about a supplementary assessment tool used to help determine progress for the faculty at Valley City State University's Elementary Education Department (North Dakota). It is in... More

    pp. 184-187

  11. Portfolios & Abilities: Links to the Future

    Linda Holcomb, Val Christensen, Dale Hoskisson & Gary Thompson, Valley City State University, United States

    Measuring student learning remains a challenging task at every level. At Valley City State University the digital portfolio is the basis for institutional assessment of student achievement, as well... More

    pp. 188-189

  12. Integrated Feedback Models in Database-driven Electronic Portfolios for Teacher Education

    Richard Clark, Robert Baker & Tu Tran, University of Southern California, United States

    The effectiveness of feedback interventions will be explored in the context of a standard-based, technology-driven teacher preparation model in relation to trainee's prior knowledge, background... More

    pp. 190-193

  13. Standard-based, Database-driven Electronic Portfolio Model for Teacher Education Programs

    Robert Baker, Margo Pensavalle & Tu Tran, University of Southern California, United States

    Demonstration of a web-based, database-driven electronic teaching portfolio system aligning CCTC SB2042 standard components, course experience, and learning evidence in a Teacher Education program.... More

    pp. 194-201

  14. A Qualitative Study Examining the Electronic Portfolio

    Teresa Franklin & Shuyan Wang, Ohio University, United States

    Master of Education students, majoring in Computer Education and Technology in the College of Education at a Midwestern University, have the option of 1) assembling an electronic portfolio as their... More

    pp. 202-205

  15. Training Preservice Students to Utilize Web-Based Portfolios and Select Appropriate Bodies of Evidence

    Guy Westhoff, University of Wyoming, United States

    Authentic assessments and electronic portfolios are rapidly being adopted as an effective process for evaluating student's knowledge and understanding. The problem lies in training students in how ... More

    pp. 206-209

  16. Evaluating Preservice Student Progress toward the NETS-T

    Mia Williams & Keith Wetzel, Arizona State University West, United States

    Abstract. In this paper we evaluate preservice student progress toward the National Education Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T). Through faculty collaboration, the Elementary Education... More

    pp. 210-213

  17. A Tale of Two E-Portfolio Adoptions

    Hilary Wilder, William Paterson University, United States; Michelle Adelman, College of Saint Elizabeth, United States

    In this paper we will chart the adoption of two commercial electronic portfolio systems in of two teacher-education programs in New Jersey. In both cases, the use of these systems will allow the... More

    pp. 214-216

  18. Making Technology Teacher-Friendly: A University Partnership between Preservice and Inservice Teachers

    Vivian Wright, The University of Alabama, United States

    This session presents how one program partnership, the Master Technology Teacher, has enhanced technology integration efforts for university, preservice, and inservice teachers. This poster... More

    pp. 217-218

  19. Portfolio assistance center: A place dedicated to portfolio development

    Lloyd Onyett & Nancy Yost, IUP, United States

    Learn about how one college of education has implemented a dedicated computer lab for students to work on their electronic portfolios. This session will look at the issues of related to the ... More

    pp. 219-220

  20. Electronic Portfolios as Comprehensive Assessments

    Richard Yzenbaard, Western New Mexico University, United States

    The purpose of this paper to analyze how portfolios-specifically electronic portfolios--can be implemented as comprehensive assessments. Portfolios provide today's educators with a viable means of ... More

    pp. 221-225