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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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Currently displaying this conference's 17 award papers. Show all papers

Number of papers: 17

  1. Elements of Network-Based Assessment

    David Gibson, Vermont Institutes, United States

    ABSTRACT: This article presents an introduction to elements of a network-based assessment system based in recent advances in knowledge and practice in learning theory, assessment design and... More

    pp. 65-71

  2. COPLS: An Alternative to Traditional Online Course Management Tools

    Priscilla Norton, George Mason University, United States

    Over the last two hundred years, a sophisticated, broadly applied conventional learning system (CLS) has evolved. The CLS has found its most common expression in face-to-face, formal classroom... More

    pp. 465-472

  3. Collaborative Learning in an Online Environment: Will it work for teacher training?

    Barbara Schulz, Colorado State University - Pueblo, United States

    Teacher education and training will be experiencing a millennium make over as online environments become more popular and accepted. National agencies such as ISTE (International Society for... More

    pp. 503-504

  4. A Framework for Designing and Evaluating Diversity-Responsive Educational Technologies

    J. David Ramirez, CLMER/CSULB, United States

    In the U.S. federal legislation such as "No Child Left Behind" continue to underscore our systemic failure to provide a meaningful and effective education to certain groups of children,... More

    pp. 617-623

  5. Journey Analysis: A Methodology for Understanding the Complex Change Process in a PT3 Project

    Karin Wiburg, Luis-Vicente Reyes & Clo Mingo, New Mexico State University, United States

    Abstract: The Preparing Tomorrow?s Teacher?s (PT3) at New Mexico State University was designed to improve quality, equity and quantity in teacher preparation through an innovative program in which ... More

    pp. 799-806

  6. Teacher Home Access as a Primary Indicator of Stage of Adoption of Technology

    Rhonda Christensen, Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning (IITTL), United States; Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States

    The authors previously reported finding extensive differences in teacher attitudes and skills as well as student perceptions of technology, based on whether or not information technology users had ... More

    pp. 867-870

  7. Diffusion and Adoption of Handheld Technology: Two Case Studies

    Melissa Thomeczek & Susan Powers, Indiana State University, United States

    If handheld computing holds the promise of ubiquitous computing, how then do we ensure that the diffusion of this innovation is done in a manner that fully exploits the potentiality of the... More

    pp. 1061-1065

  8. Education for Managing ICT: Professional Development for School Leaders

    Tony Lawson & Chris Comber, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

    The early focus of ICT training in schools was on developing teachers' computer skills. Recent developments have focussed on pedagogical objectives. Our previous work established a number of key... More

    pp. 1274-1281

  9. A global online forum for educational leadership.

    Ian Gibson & Randy Turk, Wichita State University, United States; John Schiller, University of Newcastle, Australia

    The global forum on school leadership was conceptualized to enhance the preparation of school leaders across the globe. It is premised on the belief that interaction and engagement with those... More

    pp. 1289-1292

  10. Technology for Assessment and Assessment Coalition: Using Handhelds to Collect Authentic Assessment Data

    Carol Midgett & Tracy Hargrove, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, United States

    This poster/demonstration focuses on the development and implementation of Technology for Assessment and Assessment Coalition (PT3) grant at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. In... More

    pp. 1451-1452

  11. Teaching, Learning and ICT/Ed Tech in Schools: Is Communal Constructivism the Best Approach?

    Peter Scrimshaw, Independent researcher, United Kingdom; Roberta Weber, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    Identification and acceptance of a best approach to teaching and learning with information technologies in teacher preparation programs is under constant investigation as the integration of new... More

    pp. 2497-2501

  12. Technology in the Classroom: Motivator & Knowledge Expander

    Melanie Schuler, St. Bonaventure University, United States

    During my pre-service years at St. Bonaventure University I tried to use technology in as many lessons as possible. I made it my personal goal to become as fluent with technology as possible. ... More

    pp. 2567-2568

  13. Interactive Computer Technology and Art Education: The Intentionally Tangled Curriculum

    B. Stephen Carpenter II, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States; Pamela G. Taylor, University of Georgia, United States

    Interactive computer technology enhances the focus and purpose of instruction and learning in art. An intentionally tangled approach to interpretation and curriculum design – one that links visual ... More

    pp. 2583-2586

  14. AT Attention: Integrating Accessibility Awareness and Computer-Related Assistive Technologies in Teacher Preparation Programs

    Rosemary Skeele & Nancy Sardone, Seton Hall University, United States

    Abstract: Seton Hall University, through a three-year U.S. Department of Education Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Grant, effectively and comprehensively responded to a need... More

    pp. 3222-3229

  15. Integrating Technology in Early Childhood Literacy Education

    Cory Hansen, Arizona State University West, United States

    Abstract: The purpose of this study was to survey how early childhood educators in districts around Arizona State University West integrated technology in literacy instruction. Six districts were... More

    pp. 3277-3280

  16. “Crayons for Teachers”: Integrating Basic Applications for K-2

    Sonya Lynch, Barnes Elementary, United States; Susan Elwood-Salinas, Texas A & M Corpus Christi, United States

    Abstract. This paper reports on initiatives to restructure preservice teachers' experiences to support the integration of technology through creative samples of basic, integrated technology... More

    pp. 3292-3293

  17. Ambassadors, Innovators, Fellows and Coaches: Technology Integration Across a Campus

    Michael Searson, Kean University, United States

    As a large-scale institution (with over 3,000 students in the teacher education program), Kean University?s PT3 office has sought to use an array of strategies to foster the integration of... More

    p. 3791