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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. Web-Based Curriculum: An Instructionally Sound Solution for Universal Design Issues?

    Loye Romereim-Holmes & Denise Peterson, South Dakota State University, United States

    This paper focuses on the challenge for classroom teachers to design instructionally sound curriculum materials for diverse learners that utilizes effective technology. Web-based curriculum that ... More

    pp. 815-818

  2. How to create a Learning Environment on the Internet, based on constructivism and sociocoultural approaches?

    Arvid Staupe & Margrethe Steen Hernes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

    This paper is about designing learning environments based on the Internet seen from a constuctivistic-/situated learning point of view. First, we'll take a look at some of the main principles of... More

    pp. 819-825

  3. Taking ID On-line: Developing an On-line Instructional Design Course

    Jennifer Summerville, Emporia State University, United States

    Educators in higher education are increasingly being called upon to design, develop and deliver courses via the World Wide Web. Although reasons for the strong push to develop on-line courses are... More

    pp. 826-830

  4. Real-time courseware design : the LAVAC Video Sequencer®

    Tony Toma, University of Toulouse 3, France

    Teachers have already acknowledged the richer learning environment and interactivity of multimedia teaching, its flexibility to different learning styles and a learner's control that allows him or ... More

    pp. 831-836

  5. Leaner-centered WBI Tutorials

    Chih-Hsiung Tu, Arizona State University, United States

    Current online tutorials were limited to one-way distribution. The learner was unable to negotiate what they wanted to learn and how they wanted to learn. A database-driven tutorial was designed ... More

    pp. 837-842

  6. Designing a “Best Practice” Online Course

    Linda C Wojnar & Bonita L Wilcox, Duquesne University, United States

    This paper is a summary of a "how to" workshop, focusing on design guidelines when moving from an onsite course to an online course. Three most basic considerations are content knowledge,... More

    pp. 843-848

  7. Technology Assists to Create a Structured Learning Environment for Discovery Learning

    Yuehua Zhang, Washburn University, United States

    This paper intends to report how a group of inservice teachers who were involved in designing interdisciplinary units of instruction used a systems approach in fulfilling the requirement of a... More

    pp. 849-851

  8. Collaborative Inquiries into the Networked Classroom

    Therese Laferriere, Laval, Canada; Alain Breuleux & Robert Bracewell, McGill, Canada

    This paper points to the teacher professional development practices in a networked classroom that become reality with the use of advanced telecollaboration tools such as Virtual-U and ... More

    pp. 852-857

  9. Developing and Researching the International Dimension in Teacher Education and Technology: A SITE Invited Panel.

    Therese Laferriere, Laval University, Canada; Niki Davis, Iowa State University, United States; Bridget Somekh, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom; Wim Veen, Delft University; Jerry Willis, Iowa State University, United States

    SITE'00's theme is building bridges among professional associations so it is only right that one the panels should look at the joys and challenges of developing and researching an international... More

    pp. 860-865

  10. Integrating ICT into the Curriculum: A Case Study of the Irish ‘North South’ Project

    Jane Smyth, University of Ulster, Coleraine; Roger Austin, University of Ulster Coleraine

    Government Departments of Education in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland emphasise the need to integrate ICT into the schools' curriculum. The training of teachers and student teachers... More

    pp. 866-871

  11. A Modular Approach to Education – Its Application to the Global Campus

    Bruce Elson, University of Central England, United Kingdom; Alan Phelan, University Of Central England, United Kingdom

    A range of pedagogic, administrative, socio-economic, structural and resource issues surround the establishment of a global campus. This paper identifies and discusses such issues, and suggests... More

    pp. 872-876

  12. Information and Communications Technology: Teachers’ and Students’ Preconceptions and the Implications for Teacher Education

    D. J. Clare, University of London, United Kingdom; J.l. Backwell, JB Consulting, United Kingdom

    The authors have for some time been concerned with notions about information and communications technology (ICT). The term has only recently come into use in the UK, where information technology ... More

    pp. 877-882

  13. Promoting Collaboration in a European Context using Multimedia and the World Wide Web

    Brian Hudson & Alison Hudson, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom; Eila Jeronen, University of Oulu, Finland; Peter Schürz, Pädagogische Akademie des Bundes in Oberösterreich, Austria; David Owen, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

    This paper is a report on developments arising from the collaboration between a number of institutions and departments of teacher education under the European Commission SOCRATES programme. The... More

    pp. 883-888


    Douwe Wielenga, Amsterdam Faculty of Education; Karel Aardse, Ichthus Faculty of Education; Joke Voogt, University of Twente; Marco Snoek, Amsterdam Faculty of Education

    The information age challenges pre-service teacher education to change rapidly. This is the result of the catalytic impact of technology on the changes in society at large, and consequently on the ... More

    pp. 889-896

  15. IN T E R NAT I O N AL

    Dee Anna Willis, Northwestern State University, United States

    pp. 893-894

  16. Preparing Student Teachers to Use ICT at Secondary School: A Course Designed at the University of Zuerich

    Wilfrid Kuster & Fortunat Schmid, University of Zuerich, Switzerland

    Our two-semester course has been developed over several years. We specifically try to prepare student teachers to use information and communication technology (ICT) in their future work in the... More

    pp. 897-902

  17. Dialogue of Teachers and Students on the Internet in Poland of the Nineties in the Context of Moulding the Creative Vital Orientations by E. Fromm

    Jacek Gornikiewicz & Agata Cudowska, University of Bialystok, Poland

    Based on the latest Polish experience, the report attempts to estimate the validity of the common belief the Internet provides opportunity to create new quality in teacher-student relation and... More

    pp. 903-908

  18. Romanian Internet Learning Workshop: Building an International Community of Experts on Learning in the Internet

    Mihai Jalobeanu, National Institute for Isotopic and Molecular Technology, Romania; Nicolae Nistor, "Ludwig Maximilian" University of Munich, Germany

    In the summer of 1999, the "Romanian Internet Learning Workshop" (RILW) took place for the third time. The main goal of the conference was to build and maintain a community of Romanian and... More

    pp. 909-913

  19. The teacher`s attitudes towards computers in education of young children

    Tamara Pribisev, Kindergarten Dambo, Yugoslavia; Sanja Cvijic Vuckovic, Computer-School "Euroschool", Yugoslavia

    The paper presents a research on attitudes towards computers and educational technology in education of young children age from 7 to 11 in few public schools in Subotica (Yugoslavia). The... More

    pp. 914-918

  20. A Discussion on Integration of Educational Technology into Turkish Educational System: Is It a Tool or Aim?

    Selcuk Ozdemir, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

    The purpose of this study is to discuss the new skills and knowledge that the students in Turkish primary or secondary schools will be furnished with through the integration of educational... More

    pp. 919-923