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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 26, 2018


Elizabeth Langran; Jered Borup

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Number of papers: 392

  1. Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Improving On-line Instruction in Educational Leadership Graduate Courses Through YouTube

    Joe Nichols, Annette Hux, Cindy Nichols, Jackie McBride & Mary Jane Bradley, Arkansas State University, United States

    Universities have migrated to many on-line formats in recent years. As a result the loss of face-to face contact has created a more impersonal. This study focuses on the use of YouTube as an... More

    pp. 886-891

  2. Effective Pedagogy Practices for the 1-to-1 Classroom - Focusing on Collaborative Learning

    Nelson Orta & Bonnie Martinez, University of North Texas, United States

    Mobile technologies are becoming increasingly available in K-12 classrooms, based, in large part, on 1-to-1 initiatives being implemented by school districts across the country, and, in specific... More

    pp. 892-895

  3. Paired Peer Feedback: A Way to Support Academic Writing in Online Graduate Courses

    Laurie Sharp, West Texas A&M University, United States; Lawrence Scott, Texas A&M University - San Antonio, United States

    Academic success among graduate students depends upon proficiency with digital literacy skills and academic writing skills. As online coursework becomes more prevalent, it is imperative to... More

    pp. 896-904

  4. Implementation of Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) classrooms: Preliminary Findings

    Ron Steiner, University of North Texas and Bishop Lynch High School, United States

    The implementation of Technology Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) classrooms at Bishop Lynch High School (Dallas, TX, USA) is in its second full year This study will examine the initial deployment ... More

    pp. 905-908

  5. Supporting construction of social capital in classroom by introducing an alternative reciprocal system based on the concept of “bi-directional debt”

    Hideyuki Suzuki, Ibaraki University, Japan; Hideo Funoai, Soka University, Japan; Yoshihiko Kubota, Utsunomiya University, Japan

    This paper firstly discusses reciprocity, which is a foundation of learners’ community, from the viewpoint of social capital and exchange-styles, and points out difficulties of mutual and... More

    pp. 909-914

  6. Analysis of Reading Behaviors and Miscue Patterns in Digital Running Records

    Ling Wang, Austin Peay State University, United States

    Running records is an effective reading assessment for reading teachers to monitor reading progress of students and to diagnose reading needs in a variety of instructional settings across grade... More

    pp. 915-920

  7. Knowledge Flows as a Way to Understand Learning Processes

    Stella Casola, Nicoletta Di Blas & Paolo Paolini, Politecnico di Milano, Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering (DEIB), Italy

    This paper proposes an innovative method for analyzing learning processes, involving groups of students Moving from TPACK and its evolution, the method (named DDK-flows, Distributed & Dynamic... More

    pp. 921-926

  8. Assessing Motivations for Learning Informatics and Possible Influences of Parents’ Interests in Technology among Japanese Junior High Students

    Takahisa Furuta & Megumi Fujiki, Education, Gunma University, Japan; Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States; Rhonda Christensen, Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning, United States

    Three-hundred twenty-six (326) Japanese students from three junior high schools, aged 14 to 15 years old, completed a 80-item Likert-style questionnaire that included portions of the previously... More

    pp. 927-931

  9. A Needs Analysis of Technology Integration across Teacher Preparation Programs at One University

    Lisa Heaton & Tina Allen, Marshall University, United States

    A needs analysis approach was implemented to ascertain the current state of technology use and integration across multiple undergraduate and graduate teacher preparation programs within a... More

    pp. 932-937

  10. Technology Integration with the Technology Integration Planning Cycle Model of Professional Development

    Amy Hutchison, George Mason University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to examine how thirty-three teachers in a year-long study engaged with a professional development model guided by the Technology Integration Planning Cycle (TIPC;... More

    pp. 938-948

  11. Arellano High School Teachers’ Perception of the Use of ICT in Classroom Instruction: A Basis for an e-Learning Classroom Project Proposal

    Vivian Intatano, Raja Soliman Science and Technology High School, Philippines

    The Department of Education issued a DepEd Order number 23 series of 2004 ( entitled Guidelines in the Use of Computer Laboratories for Teaching and Learning. The DepEd Order states ... More

    pp. 949-954

  12. Preservice Teacher Certification Exam Preparation Using Online Vocabulary Fluency-Building Games

    Mary Lasater & Sherry Vafa, University of Houston-Victoria, United States

    This study examined the effects of utilizing gaming activities embedded within a learning management system (LMS) as study tools to assist education students in preparation for a specific state... More

    pp. 955-962

  13. Evaluating the Quality of Instructional Videos Using a Data Visualization Tool

    Wenzhen Li, Leping Liu & Ping Wang, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    More and more instructional videos are available online as a source of self-learning. In K-12 schools and universities, instructor-created videos are also widely used, especially in online courses.... More

    pp. 963-970

  14. Production of Video Learning Materials as Preparation for Promoting Active Learning in Arithmetic

    Noriyuki Matsunami, Teikyo University, Japan; Masahiro Nagai, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

    In a previous study, we verified the effects of using video learning materials as preparation in elementary school arithmetic for active learning practice. Therefore, in this paper, we conducted... More

    pp. 971-976

  15. Assessment Issues in an On-Line Environment - Addressing Rater Reliability Issues

    Jackie McBride, Joan Henley, Mary Jane Bradley, Joe Nichols, Annette Hux & Cindy Nichols, Arkansas State University, United States

    Assessment in a large scale on-line environment has potential reliability issues when two or more independent assessors are scoring assignments Determining the consistency of the scoring across... More

    pp. 977-982

  16. Social Presence: A Scoping Review

    David Mykota, Dept. of Educational Psychology & Special EducationCollege of EducationUniversity of Saskatchewan, Canada

    The purpose of this paper is to report the preliminary findings of a scoping review of the construct social presence. A scoping study is desirable because by synthesizing the research literature... More

    pp. 983-988

  17. Can technology offer a solution to providing large numbers of students with effective assessment feedback? An invitation to create and join a network of critical friends to provide feedback on feedback.

    Nigel Quirke-Bolt, Mary Immaculate College, Ireland

    The aim of this roundtable discussion is to share good practice in using technology to provide holistic feedback to student-teachers between higher education institutions. It is envisaged that the... More

    pp. 989-992

  18. Can CAI Improve Literacy and Mathematics Achievement in Young Low Socioeconomic Status Students?

    Haya Shamir, Kathryn Feehan, Erik Yoder & David Pocklington, Waterford Research Institute, United States

    This study explored the effectiveness of the Waterford Early Reading Program (ERP) and the Waterford Early Math and Science Program (EMS), comprehensive computer-adaptive programs, for teaching... More

    pp. 993-998

  19. Data Informed Instructional Quality Improvement

    Yachi Wanyan, Texas Southern University, United States; Youmei Liu, University of Houston, United States

    This paper will present a research project funded by National Sciences Federation (NSF) to design specialized Artificial Intelligence tools for engineering students at the Texas Southern University... More

    pp. 999-1005

  20. The Digital Divide’s Impact on Hybrid Learning: How Communications Models Affect Message Construction and Content Processing by Different Generations

    Laura Wilson, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, United States; Thomas J. Brown & Mary Beth Leidman, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    The general division of digital literacy and adaptation begins and ends with the 1980’s The evolution of the communication models lends to the discussion that the digital definitions may be... More

    pp. 1006-1008