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SITE 2010--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 29, 2010


David Gibson; Bernie Dodge

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Number of papers: 730

  1. Technology Digital Divide in China

    Fang Chen, Kean University, China

    This paper examines the inequality of Internet use in China. Based on an official survey, the paper attempts to demonstrate a timely change of Internet penetration in China through analyzing... More

    pp. 1-16

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  2. SITE's Digital Fabrication Initative

    Glen Bull, University of Virginia, United States; Gary Marks, SITE, United States; Nick Sanham, Aspex, United Kingdom; Willy Kjellstrom, University of Virginia, United States

    Desktop manufacturing – personal digital fabrication – is bringing "revolutionary changes for manufacturers and consumers." SITE is leading the way to introduce students to the excitement and power... More

    p. 1

  3. Perspectives on E-Learning Symposium: Modeling Representative and Adaptive E-Learning Environments

    Tufan Adiguzel, Bahcesehir University, TURKEY & Texas A&M University, United States

    This study presents an e-learning model that extends the idea that learning materials can be reused through existing learning technology specifications, and that adaptive learning materials can be ... More

    pp. 2-5

  4. How School Leaders Can Build Surveys to Demonstrate Accountability

    Marcie Bober-Michel, San Diego State University, United States

    Accountability is the catchphrase for today’s teachers and administrators, who recognize that they and the institutions they represent are expected to demonstrate value—to students, parents,... More

    pp. 6-7

  5. I Think, You Think: Teacher-Student Reflections Using Free Online Technologies

    Sheila Bolduc-Simpson, Florida Gulf Coast University, United States

    The purpose of the poster session is to demonstrate to participants how teachers and students can reflect on their own teaching and learning by using free online technologies in their courses. The ... More

    pp. 8-9

  6. Twenty-first Century Standards Drive Formative and Summative Performance Assessment in a Reflective, Benchmarked eFolio.

    Lorraine J Boyle, Bemidji State University, United States

    The Standards of Effective Practice drive teaching and learning through curriculum alignment and performance assessment. One professor’s journey conveys specific processes and examples of twenty... More

    pp. 10-16

  7. Alternative Certification: An Effective Model of Online Supported Teacher Education

    Bishop Carolyn & Christopher Foster, CalStateTEACH, California State University Fullerton, United States

    CalStateTEACH is a California State University (CSU) Systemwide Teacher Preparation program that provides an alternative pathway to earning a multiple subject (elementary) teaching credential. The ... More

    pp. 17-32

  8. Digitizing the Feedback Experience

    Jana Chapman, BYU Center for Teaching and Learning, United States

    In the world of education, giving individual feedback is a costly commodity. For the Vocal Performance faculty at Brigham Young University, the need for quality, individual feedback is so great... More

    pp. 33-45

  9. Effects of Web-Based Formative Assessment on Students' Listening Achievement and Attitudes in a Large EFL Class

    Somboon Chetchumlong, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Burapha University, Thailand

    The study focuses on the implementation of Web-based formative assessment to investigate whether this online formative assessment will influence students’ listening achievement and to determine... More

    pp. 46-51

  10. The Use of E-Portfolios for Assessment and Accreditation in Higher Education

    Rhoda Cummings & Cleborne D. Maddux, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    There is an increasing trend for institutions of higher education to implement assessment strategies that include outcome measures of student and program effectiveness. At the center of assessment ... More

    pp. 52-54

  11. A Qualitative Study of Public Wiki Use in a Teacher Education Program

    Vanessa Every, Gna Garcia & Michael Young, University of Connecticut, United States

    This study reports on students’ perceptions and behaviors regarding the use of Wikipedia and EduTechWiki (public wikis) for a collaborative assignment in a graduate level technology and literacy... More

    pp. 55-62

  12. Involving Pre-Service School Leaders and Teachers in Assessing Pilot Electronic Portfolio Implementation

    Minaz Fazal, New York Institute of Technology, United States; Janet DeSimone & Leslie Lieman, Lehman College, CUNY, United States

    ePortfolios are emerging as a common practice in teacher education programs to demonstrate that students have met the standards in their program of study. ePortfolio development involves careful... More

    pp. 63-65

  13. Implementing Online Learning Objects in the Secondary Math Classroom

    Josh Fischer, Lewis and Clark High School, United States; Kevin Pyatt, Eastern Washington University, United States

    This study examined what constitutes an effective Online Learning Object (OLO), how OLOs should be selected and used to support learning in the secondary math classroom, and what student attitudes ... More

    pp. 66-75

  14. One Department’s Approach to Program Assessment

    Leaunda Hemphill, Hoyet Hemphill & Donna McCaw, Western Illinois University, United States

    This paper is a report on the findings of one instructional design and technology’s department’s self-evaluation. Deming’s Plan-Do-Study-Act model was used to move the department from an informal... More

    pp. 76-82

  15. The Evolution of a "Home Grown" ePortfolio as an Assessment Tool

    Jeanne Herman & Joyce Aarsvold, Gustavus Adolphus College, United States

    Are you interested in “authentic assessment”? A professor of Health and Exercise Science and the Instructional Technologist for the Education Division at Gustavus Adolphus College collaborated to... More

    p. 83

  16. IWAS: Intelligent Web-Based Assessment System

    Jingshan Huang, University of South Alabama, United States; Lei He, National Institutes of Health, United States; Gayle Davidson-Shivers, University of South Alabama, United States

    Effective assessment is vital in educational activities. We propose Intelligent Web-Based Assessment System (IWAS) to assess both learning and teaching. IWAS provides a foundation for more... More

    pp. 84-91

  17. The Changing Culture of Higher Education

    Allen Jackson & Laura Gaudet, Chadron State College, United States

    This paper focuses on a change from an input model of student learning to an assessment model as a means of measuring student learning outcomes and developing more viable programs to serve the... More

    pp. 92-97

  18. The Influence of Guidance on the Quality of Professional Development Plans

    Sandra Jansen, Karel Kreijns & Theo Bastiaens, Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands; Sjef Stijnen,, Netherlands

    A Professional Development Plan (PDP) is used to structure teachers’ professional development path in terms of learning goals and plans of action. In order to study the effects of guidance on the... More

    pp. 98-105

  19. The eportfolio in teacher education: how does it impact professional development?

    Thierry Karsenti & Simon Collin, University of Montreal, Canada

    This article investigates the effectiveness of the eportfolio in the professional development of preservice teachers. The portfolio has become an essential tool in the professional development of... More

    pp. 106-110

  20. Building Lesson Study Communities to Support Teacher Collaboration for Professional Development

    Yukari Kato, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

    This paper addresses how the peer reviewing system (FD Commons) was used as an analytical tool to identify key principles and criteria for assessment of teaching and learning in higher education.... More

    pp. 111-118