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SITE 2006--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 19, 2006


Caroline M. Crawford; Roger Carlsen; Karen McFerrin; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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Currently displaying this conference's 10 award papers. Show all papers

Number of papers: 10

  1. Using Technology Tools To Reduce The Cognitive Load In Developing ePortfolios

    Marsha Gladhart & Shirley Kaltenbach, University of Alaska Southeast, United States

    In this study, teacher educators, who were also researchers of a graduate capstone course, engaged in action research to better understand the cognitive demands of a final ePortfolio in relation to... More

    pp. 44-59

  2. Effectiveness of Online Algebra Learning: Implications for Teacher Preparation

    Cathy Cavanaugh, University of North Florida, United States; Kathy Gillan, Florida Virtual School, United States; Jan Bosnick, University of North Florida, United States; Melinda Hess, University of South Florida, United States

    This study of an online algebra course looked at the overall effectiveness of the course and at the development, implementation, and evaluation of interactive tools for graphing linear equations.... More

    pp. 284-290

  3. A Learner-Centered Online Syllabus Generator System

    M'hammed Abdous & Wu He, Old Dominion University, United States

    A well-designed syllabus provides students with a roadmap for an engaging and successful learning experience, whereas a poorly designed syllabus impedes communication between faculty and students, ... More

    pp. 1095-1101

  4. Multimedia Search Technologies

    Marie-Claude Lavoie & Steven Shaw, Concordia University, Canada

    One of the most ubiquitous activities related to learning in the digital age is "search". In recent years, computers have rapidly evolved from numeric and text processing to include multimedia,... More

    pp. 2307-2313

  5. Online Mentoring Of Pre-Service Teachers: Exploring Cognitive Presence

    Petrea Redmond & Alison Mander, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

    Abstract: Faculties of education have been criticised as being "ineffective in preparing teachers for their work, unresponsive to new demands, and being remote from practice" (Darling-Hammond, 2000... More

    pp. 2643-2650

  6. Communities of Practice: A Professional Development Model for Pre-Service Technology Education

    Sharon Murray, St. Thomas University, Canada

    Beginning teachers need to be familiar with ways in which technology can be integrated into classroom instruction and also with the skills necessary to use technology effectively. This paper... More

    pp. 3524-3528

  7. Redefining Schools as Learning Organizations: A Model for Trans-Generational Teaching and Learning

    Joette Stefl-Mabry, University at Albany, State University of New York, United States; Pamela Theroux, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States; Michael Radlick, Institute for Research on Learning Technology Visions, United States; William, E.J. Doane, University at Albany, State University of New York, United States

    This paper describes a trans-generational pedagogical model that blurs traditional "learning" boundaries by bringing K-12 students, in-service teachers and school library media specialists,... More

    pp. 3615-3622

  8. Developing and Implementing a Technology Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) for Teaching Mathematics with Technology

    Gogot Suharwoto, Oregon State University, United States

    Assembling the influential components in the program, technology courses, faculty, university supervisors, work sample assignments, cooperating teachers, and peer teaching, this study analyzed the ... More

    pp. 3824-3828

  9. Video Games in Science: A Model for Students and Teachers Creating 3D Role Playing Games

    Leonard Annetta & John Park, NC State, United States

    Graduate students in science education learned to construct video games for science instruction. An innovative, synchronous online course was the vehicle for this process.As more and more students ... More

    pp. 3950-3956

  10. Virginia Standards of Learning and Digital Primary Sources: An Incongruence

    Adam Friedman, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States

    The past decade has witnessed a proliferation of state standards and their associated tests in public schools in order to hold schools, teachers, and students accountable for learning outcomes and ... More

    pp. 4109-4116