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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 07, 2020

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Denise Schmidt-Crawford

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  1. When Robots Invade the Neighborhood: Learning to Teach PK-5 Mathematics Leveraging Both Technology and Community Knowledge

    Frances Harper, Zachary Stumbo & Nicholas Kim, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States

    We explore prospective teachers’ development of mathematics teaching within an elementary mathematics methods course through a model that engages them in learning about technological tools and... More

    pp. 360-367

  2. An Investigation into Teacher Candidate Self-Efficacy as a Result of a STEM Professional Development School Program

    Steven Chesnut, Daniel Mourlam, Gabrielle Strouse & Lisa Newland, University of South Dakota, United States

    With shortages in the STEM workforce, it is important to foster children’s interest in STEM subjects at early ages. New teachers must be prepared to engage learners in STEM experiences upon their... More

    pp. 855-864

  3. The Hashtag-Thread Mashup: How Educators Talk to Each Other in Twitter #Edchat

    K. Bret Staudt Willet, Michigan State University, United States

    Educational research has described a social dimension to learning, and it is likely that technology complicates the social dimension of learning. This paper explores what differences, if any, are... More

    pp. 1497-1507

  4. Instructional Coaching Holds Promise as a Method to Improve Instruction with Technology

    Mahsa Bakhshaei & Angela Hardy, Digital Promise, United States; Jason Ravitz, Evaluation by Design LLC, United States; John Seylar, Digital Promise, United States

    Instructional coaching is an evidence-based form of professional development (PD) to support teacher growth. Few empirical studies examine conditions that define its effect on teachers’ ability to ... More

    pp. 1600-1609

  5. School Activities for Disabled Students Using Self-Made Contents With Multimedia-Enabled Dot Codes

    Shigeru Ikuta, Otsuma Women's University, Japan; Chiho Urushihata, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Noriko Saotome, Special Support School, Faculty of Education, Utsunomiya University, Japan; Shinya Abe, Gridmark Inc., Tokyo, Japan

    School activities for students with disabilities are presented with self-made original content created with newly-developed software—GM Authoring Tool, Sound Linker, File Linker, and Gridmark... More

    pp. 1990-1999