You are here:

SITE 2004--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2004

Editors

Richard Ferdig; Caroline Crawford; Roger Carlsen; Niki Davis; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

Search this issue

Table of Contents

22
This conference has 22 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 1059

  1. Factors Affecting Pre-Service Teachers’ Evaluation of Software used for Teaching English as a Foreign Language

    Yoshiko Goda, Florida Institute of Technology (Science Education), United States

    Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine evaluation mechanisms for the educational software aimed at pre-service teachers. Fifty-three Taiwanese undergraduate pre-service teachers spent... More

    pp. 910-916

  2. The Nexus Explored: A Generalised Model of Learning Styles

    Damian Gordon, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

    The controversy over learning style (the unique way of thinking and reasoning that characterises an individual learner) as to whether or not it is a stable cognitive factor is one which has raged... More

    pp. 917-925

  3. Assessing Teachers’ Technology Skills and Attitudes: Initial Findings From the North Carolina IMPACT Evaluation

    Lisa Grable, Amy Overbay, Jason Osborne, Ellen Vasu & Dominick Shattuck, NC State University, United States

    This paper will report initial findings and implications stemming from a statewide technology integration project funded by NCLB. Methods for measuring technology skills and attitudes of teachers... More

    pp. 926-930

  4. Evaluating Educational Technology Projects: Key Strategies and Lessons Learned

    Neal Grandgenett, Neal Topp & Elliott Ostler, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States; Bob Pawloski, University of Nebraska at OmahA, United States

    The evaluation of a multi-institutional educational technology project can indeed be a daunting task. Educational technology use within the project can be both a challenge and strength within the ... More

    pp. 931-936

  5. Computer Supported Cooperative Learning - a Set of Theses

    Thorsten Hampel, University of Paderborn, Germany

    The development of infrastructures to support learning not only involves designing innovative architectures and tools; what is even more important is to subject these to a continuous process of... More

    pp. 937-944

  6. Technology Growth and Institutionalization: evaluating Western Oregon University's PT3 Project

    Joe Hansen, Teaching Research Div./Western Oregon University, United States

    This paper describes data collection activities and results from the evaluation of the PT3 Implementation Grant project at Western Oregon University. A mixed-methods, formative/summative evaluation... More

    pp. 945-950

  7. SP Charts: Creating a longitudinal view of a technology enabled intervention.

    Michael Connell, University of Houston, United States; Delwyn Harnisch, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, United States

    In this paper we will describe how the SP method of organizing, analyzing, and reporting test results was used in creating a comprehensive evaluation of a six-year curriculum intervention based... More

    pp. 951-954

  8. Writing Assessment in Electronic Contexts

    Heather Hemming, Sonya Symons & Lisa Langille, Acadia University, Canada

    As electronic writing gains increasing prevalence in today's society, workforce literacy educators are faced with new challenges to provide learners with opportunities for communicating within... More

    pp. 955-959

  9. Technology Integration Expertise in Middle School Social Studies Teachers and the Measurment of Conceptual Knowledge using Pathfinder Software

    Judy Lambert, North Carolina State University, United States

    This paper presents a brief discussion of Pathfinder network scaling techniques and how they were used to study the expertise of technology integration in middle school social studies teachers.... More

    pp. 960-965

  10. Conceptualizing Barriers: Technology Infusion and Learning in Pre-Service Teacher Education

    Richard Larkin, University of West Georgia, United States; John Dickey, Virginia Tech, United States

    This paper reports the results of research and evaluation conducted regarding the introduction of technology into a teacher preparation program. The authors were involved in the development of a... More

    pp. 966-968

  11. Evaluation of the scenistic methodology contribution to multimedia teaching.

    Jean-Marc LAUBIN, Université de Valenciennes, France

    During the last four years as a project coordinator of computer science students I have conducted experiments into the teaching of multimedia design and project management using an action-research ... More

    pp. 969-973

  12. A Study of Kansei Design Approach by Explicit Images of 3D Objects and Evaluation of Various Behaviors related with Creation/Imagination by Analysis of Brain Waves

    SeungHee Lee, University of Tsukuba, Japan

    This study aims to provide an understanding of the Kansei evaluation model in human sciences. Kansei means subjective criteria work on the emotional aspects of events (Lee, 2000). In a previous... More

    pp. 974-978

  13. Do You Know How to Write Learning Objectives? -- An Action Research

    Pei-Lin Liu & Linda Lohr, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    A learning objective is a statement that tells what learners should be able to do when they have completed a segment of instruction. If a learning objective is well written, it is easy to measure... More

    pp. 979-981

  14. Learning Strategies Assessment.The Impact of ICT'S over Learning Process

    Gloria Patricia Marciales Vivas, Ma. del Mar Ruíz Gil, Francisco Fernando Viveros Moreno & Jorge Luis Sánchez Téllez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia

    New technologies in educationion probably have changed the way students and teachers approach to knowledge and their learning strategies.In this research we explored cognitive and metacognitive... More

    pp. 982-987

  15. Intel Teach to the Future Preservice Program: Findings from a formative evaluation

    Katherine McMillan Culp, Daniel Light & Deborah Keisch, Education Development Center/Center for Children and Technology, United States

    During the Winter and Spring of 2003, the Education Development Center/Center for Children and Technology undertook a preliminary formative evaluation of the Intel Teach to the Future preservice... More

    pp. 988-991

  16. Scientifically-Based Research: Postcards From the Edge

    Amy Overbay, Lisa Grable & Ellen Vasu, College of Education, NC State University, United States

    This paper reports on the research design and implications stemming from a statewide evaluation developed during a Department of Education Title IID (EETT) grant. This paper will introduce NCLB... More

    pp. 992-996

  17. Students’ Memory Accuracy on Static Images

    Ju Park, University of Florida, United States

    The purpose of this study is to examine whether elementary school students have ability to memorize information from static images better than information acquired from texts. Because students in... More

    pp. 997-1000

  18. Are we there yet? The journey of ICT integration

    Petrea Redmond, University of Southern Queensland, Australia; Katie Brown, Newtown State School, Australia

    Abstract: "Are we there yet, are we there yet, how much longer?" This plea can be heard from teachers throughout the world. The ICT integration pioneers beam at the thought of what's next, however ... More

    pp. 1001-1008

  19. The Pedagogical Effectiveness Measurement (PEM): A Profiling Framework for the Evaluation of Online Courses.

    Jorge Joel Reyes-Méndez, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Canada; Laurie Harrison, Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto, Canada

    It is important to develop a common, objective scale and summative instrument with which to measure the pedagogical effectiveness of online course offerings. Pedagogical effectiveness is at the... More

    pp. 1009-1014

  20. Learning Through Exploration of an Online School: Characteristics of Preservice Teachers' Searches

    Eric Riedel, University of Minnesota, United States; David Gibson, The Vermont Institutes, United States

    This paper examines the use of data generated by recording the information preservice teachers access in online scenarios in which they are asked to make decisions about using technology in a... More

    pp. 1015-1018