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SITE 2000--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Jerry Willis

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This conference has 11 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 477

  1. Preliminary investigation of some influences on student teachers' self-efficacy for teaching with computers

    Peter Albion, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

    Although many teachers now have access to computers for teaching and learning and profess a belief in the value of computers for education the impact on the day to day work in classrooms is still... More

    pp. 1349-1354

  2. Preservice Teachers’ Beliefs about Effective Uses of Computers in the Classroom: A Content Analysis of Narratives

    Connie Hargrave & Bill Sadera, Iowa State University, United States

    In this paper, the results of a content analysis are presented of preservice teachers' narratives describing how they would use computers in a classroom to bring about learning. This study is a... More

    pp. 1355-1361

  3. Flexible Delivery of Teacher Professional Development for Information Technology in Learning

    Glenice Watson, Griffith University, Australia

    This paper compares the experiences of undergraduate education students on two university campuses who experienced an introductory information technology subject using different methods of... More

    pp. 1362-1367

  4. How Can Computer Based Visual Mapping Tools Enhance Learning with Pre-service Teachers?

    Ian Brown & Brian Ferry, University of Wollongong, Australia

    Visual mapping tools are computer-based and are essentially two dimension and/or three dimension spatial arrangements of text and diagrams. Research has shown that these cognitive tools help... More

    pp. 1368-1373

  5. Integrating Technology for Moral Education in the Student Teaching Practicum

    Carl Reynolds, University of Wyoming, United States; Chris Reynolds, Rock River School, United States

    Faced with a 23% population increase during the 1998-1999 school year, the faculty of a small rural K-12 Wyoming school realized that major intervention efforts would be needed to facilitate the... More

    pp. 1374-1379

  6. Preparing Teacher Candidates for the Integration and Implementation of Appropriate Technology: A Triad Approach

    Trena Wilkerson, Baylor University, United States

    This paper is a description of initiatives in one teacher preparation program to prepare its candidates for the integration and implementation of appropriate technology. The paper will include... More

    pp. 1380-1384

  7. Electronic Portfolios for Learning and Assessment

    Joyce Morris & Holly Buckland, University of Vermont, United States

    Two innovations, performance assessment and information technology advancements, provide the prospect for wide-scale use of electronic portfolios as an assessment tool. In a time where national and... More

    pp. 1385-1390

  8. Development of a Personal Electronic Profile for Pre-service Teachers

    Gerald Ehli & Harold Sorknes, Northern State University, United States

    As part of the pre-service teacher education program for the elementary and secondary education program at Northern State University, students were required to develop an electronic personal... More

    pp. 1391-1393

  9. Default Preparing Preservice Teachers for Constructivist Classrooms

    Robin McGrew-Zoubi & Jeannine Hirtle, Sam Houston State University, United States

    The purpose of this article is to present a model for integration of technology into teacher preparation. A four-course block of elementary teacher certification courses serves as the context for... More

    pp. 1394-1399

  10. Computer-Mediated Communication, The Infosphere and the Virtual Learning Community

    Peter Cooper & Jeannine Hirtle, Sam Houston State University, United States

    The Infosphere represents a global resource that can be applied to the teaching/learning environment and utilizes the computer as a mediator of communication. How can such resources be... More

    pp. 1400-1405

  11. Cold Computers and Warm Hearts: Using Group Process Techniques to Facilitate the Development of Educational Technology Skills While Conducting Pre-Service and In-service Training

    Beverly Hagen, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States

    Individuals who select teaching as a profession tend to be high on the scale of incorporating personal interaction into learning situations. They are usually people-focused with less interest in ... More

    pp. 1406-1410

  12. Enriching Preservice Field Experience Through Email Mentoring

    Nancy Wentworth, Eula Monroe, Michelle Orme & B.J. Lynes, Brigham Young University, United States

    This study focuses on ways to connect field experiences to academic theory and reflection through email correspondence. The assignments given by the university instructor were designed to... More

    pp. 1411-1416

  13. New Meets New Year Two: Integrating Technology into Inquiry-Based Teacher Education

    Michele Jacobsen & Bruce Clark, University Of Calgary, Canada

    What happens when an inquiry-based teacher education program encounters a province-mandated Information and Communications Technology (ICT) curriculum? This paper reports on the second year of... More

    pp. 1417-1424

  14. Teachers Learning about Software Implementation

    Alex Pan, The College of New Jersey, United States

    Knowing how to integrate computer resources into curriculum is far more important than finding what resources are available, where the former requires the knowledge and skills of evaluating,... More

    pp. 1425-1430

  15. Technology in the Teacher Education Classroom: Six Categories of Practice

    Priscilla Norton, George Mason University, United States

    Technology has the potential to make teacher education a more robust enterprise but not because we learn to make a Web page or use WebCT or create spreadsheets. Its potential for our practice lies ... More

    pp. 1441-1446

  16. Videos in Technology Integration (VITI): A Multimedia CD-ROM

    Lucretia Carter, Iowa State University, United States

    This paper is a report the on the rationale, design, development, and evaluation of Videos in Technology Integration (VITI), a video-case based, multimedia CD-ROM intended to provide teacher... More

    pp. 1447-1451

  17. Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers Today: Using Videos of Technology-Using Teachers to Enhance Pre-Service Teachers’ Technology Skills

    Thomas Andre, Denise Schmidt, Aileen Nonis, Nancy Buck & Sara Hall, Iowa State University, United States

    This paper describes the development of CD-based video clips and case histories to be used in a course in instructional technology. The videos illustrate real K-12 teachers using technology in... More

    pp. 1452-1455

  18. Using Videotape Technology as a Tool To Enhance the Transformation of Preservice Teachers Into Practicing Teachers

    Denise Staudt & Diane Fuqua, University of the Incarnate Word, United States

    Today, more than ever before, field experiences are an integral part of teacher preparation programs. As the accountability movement promoting performanced-based assessment grows, teacher... More

    pp. 1456-1459

  19. Preparing Technology-Based Teachers: Lessons from a K-12/University Collaborative

    Claire Smith Hornung & Steve Bronack, Lehigh University, United States

    The integration of technology throughout the curriculum of both K-12 schools and higher education is widespread throughout America. There are over 1.6 million computers in American schools today ... More

    pp. 1460-1464

  20. Pre-Service Teachers As Models

    Mary Ann Coe, Midwestern State University, United States

    Integrating technology into the curriculum sounds simple. We've talked about it and have been "work-shopped" on it since the early 1980's. But, as educators, what have we accomplished in those... More

    pp. 1465-1469