You are here:

SITE 2003--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2003

Editors

Caroline Crawford; Niki Davis; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

Search this issue

Table of Contents

17
This conference has 17 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 1052

  1. Handhelds as an assessment tool, II

    Marsha Gladhart, Wichita State University, United States; Neal Topp, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States; Lynn Elder, Project M3 at Wichita State University, United States; David Pownell, Washburn University, United States; Barry Brahier, University of Minnesota, United States

    The convenience and low cost of handhelds have attracted the attention of educators interested in developing ongoing, continuous assessment. Educators just learning how to use their handhelds to... More

    p. 77

  2. Electronic Portfolio: Bridging the Great Divides

    Carol Lee Hawkins, Nancy Evensen, Brigham Young University, United States; David Harlan, Nebo School District, United States; Kathleen Webb, Utah State Office of Education, United States; Rebecca Rocque, Brigham Young University, United States

    Panel members representing the administration and faculty of Brigham Young University, the Nebo School District and the Utah State Office of Education will share and reflect upon their collaborate ... More

    pp. 78-80

  3. Beyond the ‘farts and flashes’: Responding to student and instructor concerns in the design, development, and presentation of electronic portfolios (Five years on)

    Robert Prickett, Kathleen Carico, David Sianez & David Hicks, Virginia Tech, United States

    Situated within the context of (a) discipline specific National Standards that embrace constructivist philosophies (NCTM, 1989; NCSS; 1984; NCTE/IRA, 1996; NRC, 1996), (b) on-going efforts to... More

    pp. 81-83

  4. Spanning the Accountability Divide: Using Digital Portfolios to Connect Standards to Theory and Practice in Web-Based Teacher Education Course Work

    Jeannine Hirtle, The University of Texas at Arlington, United States

    TThe question whether digital portfolios can be used by students to span the divide between (1) theory, practice, and reflection within teacher education course work and (2) national, state... More

    pp. 84-87

  5. Creating and Using Multimedia Portfolios for the Improvement of Teacher Education

    Dennis Holt, University of North Florida, United States; Donna Read, Florida Atlantic University, United States; DiAnn Ellis, San Francisco State University, United States

    This session will report and illustrate the results of research and development underway at three universities to train teacher candidates to document their teaching practices using multimedia... More

    pp. 88-91

  6. Electronic portfolios as a way to handle paradigm shift

    Lesya Kotsur-Hassall & Natalie Johnson, Iowa State University, United States

    Electronic portfolios have been advocated as a new form of assessment documenting student personal and professional growth. It is believed that through careful selection of artifacts, as well as... More

    pp. 92-94

  7. Assessment Issues in Technology-Rich Learning Environments: A Cross-Case Analysis

    Margarete Juliana, RCET, United States

    Technology integration can change the way teachers teach and students learn, as instruction moves from traditional transmission-based learning to more learner-centered, and constructivist... More

    pp. 95-98

  8. Alternative writing assessment of EFL learners: Examining the effectiveness of computer-based portfolios

    Xun Zhao & Jungkang Kim, New Mexico State University, United States

    In this paper, authors investigate writing assessment of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) learners at a college level in China and South Korea and the potential effectiveness of computer-based... More

    pp. 99-102

  9. Dimensions of Effective Assessment in Online Teacher Certification Programs

    Pamela Esprivalo Harrell, Alexandra Leavell, Scott Forney, Sampuoch Tan & Brian Leavell, University of North Texas, United States

    During the 2001 – 2002 academic year, the University of North Texas piloted one of the first online teacher certification programs in America. Since teaching is a profession best learned through... More

    pp. 103-106

  10. A Study of Interrater Reliability in Assessing Teacher Preparation E-Portfolios

    Dolores Brzycki, William Barker & James Lenze, Indiana University of PA, United States

    Portfolios are praised as a means of authentic assessment. Reliable assessment of portfolios is critical in high-stakes decision making (e.g., graduation requirements), but achieving it has been a... More

    pp. 107-110

  11. Development and Implementation of Standards-based E-Portfolios for Advanced Certification Programs

    Steven Builta & Joyce Lieberman, Northern Illinois University, United States; Melissa Balius, Addison School District #4, United States

    In response to the Illinois State Board of Education's acceptance of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards (that are aligned with the National Council for the... More

    pp. 111-113

  12. A WEB Based Accountability System - Tracking Students From Program Entry to Post-Graduation

    Sam Evans, Pam Petty, Antony Norman & Leroy Metze, Western Kentucky University, United States

    The focus on accountability and high stakes assessment at the P-12 level and subsequent criticism leveled at higher education for the quality of classroom teachers has increased the urgency for... More

    pp. 114-121

  13. Digital Portfolios Reflect How We Learn

    Joyce Morris, University of Vermont, United States

    The construction of electronic portfolios is closely aligned to new findings about learning identified by the National Research Council. There is a growing body of evidence that portfolio... More

    pp. 122-127

  14. Digital Portfolio Assessment

    Jody Britten & Laurie Mullen, Ball State University Teachers College, United States

    While much has been written conceptually about the structure and potential of digital portfolios, the authors suggest that more dialogue surrounding the assessment of these portfolios in teacher... More

    pp. 128-131

  15. Preparing Teacher Education Doctoral Students with a Standards based Eportfolio

    Risa Weiss, Jacqueline Garcia, Corina Cimpoeris & Lori Olafson, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, United States

    Electronic portfolios offer an alternative approach of designing assessment, assist students in acquiring technology skills and guide their long-term professional development. Many efforts have... More

    pp. 132-134

  16. QIICC Analysis: Involving Students in Assessment Using Technology

    Dwight Allen & Patrick O'Shea, Old Dominion University, United States

    This research was performed to determine the efficacy of the QIICC analysis protocol, which is designed to elicit student feedback on the quality of items found on a quiz or test. By doing so, it... More

    pp. 135-136

  17. Building Portfolios: Bridging a Technology Course and a Social Studies Methods Course

    Nancy Brownell, Gregg Brownell & Nancy Patterson, Bowling Green State University, United States

    This paper presents the student outcomes of a collaboration between a social studies methods instructor and the instructor of a classroom technology course in which students developed reflective... More

    pp. 137-143

  18. The Johns Hopkins Approach To Using Electronic Portfolios In Teacher Preparation

    Gigi Devanney, Randy Hansen, Betsy Lowry & David Peloff, Johns Hopkins University, United States

    The electronic portfolio system developed by the Johns Hopkins Center for Technology in Education is modeled on a process developed and refined in our Masters of Arts in Teaching program over the... More

    pp. 144-145

  19. A Technology Standards Validation Process: Improving Student Achievement and the Quality of Program Assessment

    Victoria Marquesen, Miriam Fultz, Barbara Schulz & Timothy Peters, Colorado State University - Pueblo, United States

    The assessment of student progress and achievement is an extremely important component of any teacher education program, but only if the resulting information is both reliable and valid. This... More

    pp. 146-148

  20. Evolution of a Comprehensive Electronic Portfolio System

    Miriam Fultz, Victoria Marquesen, Barbara Schulz, Renee Drabier & Timothy Peters, Colorado State University - Pueblo, United States

    Explores the issues and choices faced by a Teacher Education Program during its progression from a paper-based, to a low cost, web-based electronic portfolio system, and finally to a database... More

    pp. 149-151