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SITE 2007--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 26, 2007


Roger Carlsen; Karen McFerrin; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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This conference has 4 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 702

  1. Building a College of Education Electronic Assessment System: From the LiveText Beginning to the NCATE Ending

    Diane Judd, Julie Lee & Carolyn Cox, Valdosta State University, United States

    Educational systems can be very complex, but assessments and the assessment processes are usually among the key factors in educational systems. Often colleges and universities have a driving force... More

    pp. 101-102

  2. The One-Minute Paper: An Application in Forum Environments

    Aslihan Kocaman, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

    Making continually assessments in learning environments is important for the improvement of student learning in classrooms. One-minute papers are good applications for taking feedback from students... More

    pp. 103-105

  3. The Development of the Web-based Modularized Performance Assessment Model for the Gifted Students by Data Mining Skills and EEG (Electroencephalogram) Based Analysis

    Hyungkyu Kwon, Kyungsung University, Korea (South)

    Applying performance assessment for the gifted students has several difficulties, such as providing learning environment through assessment with enough depth and breadth, the individual difference ... More

    pp. 106-109

  4. Exploring Preservice Teachers’ Reflective Writing Problems and What Computer-based Scaffolds Can Do to Enhance their Reflectivity Development

    Guolin Lai & Brendan Calandra, Georgia State University, United States

    Teacher education programs have increasingly focused on teacher reflectivity as a crucial aspect of teacher preparation. In recent years, the increased power of computer technology renders it... More

    pp. 110-117

  5. Effective Assessment Practices in an Inquiry-Based Science and Technology Education Course in an Australian Teacher Education Program

    Jerry Maroulis, USQ, Australia

    Poor quality and limited numbers of dedicated science teachers in schools has been the subject of recent attention in the Australian media and science education community. Despite significant... More

    pp. 118-125

  6. Pilgrim's Regress: Advances and retreats in our School of Education’s journey with the electronic portfolio.

    Terry Martin & Ted Filkins, Baylor University, United States

    Many higher education institutions across the United States have implemented a digital portfolio system into their pre-service teacher curriculum. Our roundtable proposes to discuss our institution... More

    pp. 126-127

  7. Electronic Portfolios: A Panorama of Learning for Students and Teachers

    Julie McLeod, University of North Texas, United States; Sheri Vasinda, Texas A&M University-Commerce, United States

    This study explores the perspective of students, teachers and parents to evaluate the use of digital portfolios as an additional way to capture and enhance the learning of elementary students in a ... More

    pp. 128-132

  8. Using an Electronic Portfolio System for Performance Assessment

    Sarah McPherson, Michael Uttendorfer, Deniz Palak & Shiangkwei Wang, New York Institute of Technology, United States

    Teacher education programs are adopting electronic portfolio systems for assessing their candidates' knowledge and skills against national, state and program standards. A thorough and systematic... More

    pp. 133-136

  9. Exploring the Level of Emotional Attachment to a Teacher Tool

    Linda Merillat, University of Kansas, United States

    This study explores the underlying popularity of a free, Web-based teacher tool, RubiStar, for creating quality rubrics. In the past, Human Factors has focused on simply making things work. In... More

    pp. 137-140

  10. An analysis of video annotations that capture teachers’ in-the-moment cognition, assessment, and learning

    Matthew Miller & Joanne Carney, Western Washington University, United States

    This study focuses on how a video annotation software package provided unique opportunities to assess beginning teachers' performance and to capture and examine the decision-making processes of... More

    pp. 141-145

  11. Digital Teaching Portfolios: 2001 - 2006

    Natalie Milman, George Washington University, United States

    Although the research base on digital teaching portfolios, both traditional and digital ones, is growing, there is much to be learned. Currently, however, a thorough literature review on the topic ... More

    pp. 146-149

  12. Taskstream: Web-based Tools for Outcome Assessment

    Susan O'Hara, Chia-Jung Chung, Janet Hecsh & Hui-Ju Huang, California State University Sacramento, United States

    Since receiving a PT3 in 2000 faculty at Sacramento State University have been using the Taskstream tools in their courses. In this poster session we will showcase how the web-based suite of tools,... More

    pp. 150-151

  13. Using the Taskstream Tools to Move from a Teaching Focused Culture to a Focus on Student Learning

    Susan O'Hara, Chia-Jung Chung & Janet Hecsh, California State University Sacramento, United States

    In this paper we describe the process undertaken faculty as they design and implement a web-based assessment and data aggregation tool. The tool, Taskstream, became the vehicle for moving from a... More

    pp. 152-157

  14. Adopting Elgg for Electronic Learning Portfolios

    Betul Ozkan & Aaron Campbell, Long Island University, United States

    This paper reports the planning and implementation of an e-portfolio pilot project in that uses Elgg: an open source social software platform designed to connect learners and allow them to share... More

    pp. 158-163

  15. Promoting Reflective Thinking Process in Designing E-Portfolios

    Sanghoon Park & Jung Lim, Northwestern State University, United States

    Electronic portfolios (E-Portfolio) have been widely used to assess students' performance both in on-line learning and classroom learning. One of the critical benefits of implementing an E... More

    pp. 164-168

  16. Analysis of E-portfolio Integration

    Mark Rodriguez, California State University, Sacramento, United States

    This article describes a study of an e-portfolio pilot project. This particular project was part of an initiative to assess the impact of electronic portfolios on student learning, motivation and... More

    pp. 169-176

  17. The Residency Portfolio and Multimedia Technology – Creation and Selection

    Kim Sigman, Putnam County Schools, United States

    Abstract: The electronic portfolio is a means of showcasing achievements and capabilities which support lifelong professional development. Very accessible, extremely portable and easily shared,... More

    pp. 177-179

  18. Transitioning From Paper-Based to Electronic Teaching Portfolios: Student Perceptions and Recommendations

    Steven Smith, Northern Kentucky University, United States

    Abstract: This paper documents a yearlong pilot study, conducted by teacher education faculty to evaluate methods for creating, sustaining, and assessing teaching portfolios. Selected issues with... More

    pp. 180-182

  19. Implementing ePortfolio among Pre-service Teachers: An Approach to Construct Meaning of NCATE Standards to Students

    Yanling Sun, Carolyn Masterson & Patricia Kahn, Montclair State University, United States

    Pre-service teacher institutions approved by the National Council of Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) are seeking an effective and technology-enriched way to demonstrate student learning ... More

    pp. 183-187

  20. Assessing Student Proficiency Growth Over time in Eportfolios

    Harry Tuttle & Joe Shedd, Syracuse University, United States; Dianna Newman, University at Albany, United States

    Syracuse University has pre-service teachers do eportfolios at the end of Block 1, Block 2, and Student Teaching. The students demonstrate five proficiencies including specific subproficiencies. ... More

    pp. 188-189