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

2004

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

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Number of papers: 1059

  1. Growth Based Student Assessment in Technology Education

    David Jackson, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States

    With the diverse levels of technology experiences of students entering a beginning teacher education technology class poses some unique challenges in how a teacher both teaches and assesses. This ... More

    pp. 118-119

  2. Research and Implementation of Virtual Learning Assessment

    Hossein Jahankhani & Sridhar Bathineni, University of East London, United Kingdom

    This paper discusses virtual learning and assessment techniques for e-learning. E-revolution as a phenomenon is influencing the society by its means and strategies. Virtual learning is one of the... More

    pp. 120-126

  3. Linking Technology with Assessment: Are We Assessing What We Think We Are?

    Margarete Juliana, Research Center for Educational Technology, United States; Debra Miller, Fishcreek Elementary, United States; Marilyn Edwards, Echo Hills Elementary, United States

    This study investigated the use of Learner Profile®, a handheld assessment technology in a technology-rich classroom. Two teacher researchers piloted the use of the technology while teaching a 6... More

    pp. 127-129

  4. Assessing Alternatively Certified Teachers with Electronic Portfolios

    Brenda Kihl, Collin County Community College District, United States

    Accountability does not have to be a source of stress for a teacher preparation program if standards are met and carefully assessed. Collin County Community College District (CCCCD) offers an... More

    pp. 130-132

  5. Development of Electronic Portfolio Retrieval System Reflecting Keyword Similarity and Assessment of its Retrieving Efficiency

    Takeshi Kitazawa & Masahiro Nagai, Tokyo institute of Technology, Japan; Hiroshi Kato, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan; Kanji Akahori, Tokyo institute of Technology, Japan

    This paper describes the development of an electronic portfolio retrieval system "PRIUM" (Portfolio Retrieval for Investigating Useful Material) which reflects keyword similarity, and assessment of... More

    pp. 133-141

  6. An Electronic Portfolio as an Effective Tool in Assessing Performance of Students in Higher Education

    Kulwadee Kongrith, Amy Chaffin, Cleborne Maddux & Suzanne Aberasturi, University of Nevada, Reno, United States; Rhoda Cummings, University Of Nevada, Reno, United States

    Portfolios are an established assessment tool in program evaluation, including higher education programs. This paper examines whether university students and teachers believe portfolios represent... More

    pp. 142-146

  7. Design of Pre-Instruction for Assessment in a Multimedia Environment Based on Users’ Characteristics

    Feng-Qi Lai, Indiana State University, United States; Tim Newby, Purdue University, United States

    In designing assessment tools in a multimedia environment, it is important for instructional designers to create pre-instruction in order to ensure valid assessment results. Students in the... More

    pp. 147-150

  8. Electronic Portfolios: Building Reflective Capacity

    Maria Lawrence & Peter Andreozzi, Rhode Island College, United States

    Teacher candidates are expected to develop reflection as a part of their pedagogical process during their pre-service program. There has been increased use of portfolios to assess teacher... More

    pp. 151-156

  9. E-Portfolios in an I.T. Program: Creativity and Reflection Using Adobe Acrobat

    Lars Leader, Valdosta State University, United States

    The purpose of this presentation is to describe the advantages of having students produce e-portfolios by following guidelines and using a development tool, Adobe Acrobat, that support the... More

    pp. 157-159

  10. Web-Based Testing with Classroom Instruction: A First Step Toward Blended Instruction

    Hyoja Lee & Steve Lenzo, Florida Department of Revenue, United States

    The Florida Department of Revenue (FDOR) uses web-based test with classroom instruction as a first step toward blended instruction. The tax classes are held as instructor-led and the students take... More

    pp. 160-163

  11. Inter-rater Reliability in the Evaluation of Electronic Portfolios: A Survey of Empirical Research Results

    James Lenze, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    This paper examines studies of portfolios where inter-rater reliability and other assessment measures were established (Johnson, McDanie, & Willeke, 2000, Supovitz, MacGowan, & Slattery, 1997). A... More

    pp. 164-169

  12. Establishing an Online Academic Portrait through Program Assessment

    Leping Liu & Rhoda Cummings, University of Nevada, Reno, United States; Aaron Richmond, University of Revada, Reno, United States

    At department level of universities, assessment is usually performed through an assessment system that collects and analyzes data on the qualifications of applicants, the performance of candidates ... More

    pp. 170-175

  13. Using the ADDIE Model in Creating Electronic Portfolios

    Pei-Lin Liu, Linda Lohr, Laurie MacDonald, Kay Lowell & Howard Tsai, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    Electronic portfolios today are multimedia environments that display artifacts and reflections documenting professional growth and competence. Portfolios are developed for a variety of reasons and ... More

    pp. 176-179

  14. Reflections of faculty and teacher candidates on the mentoring process in the creation of e-portfolios in the UPR-PT3 project

    Annette López de Méndez, University of Puerto RIco, Puerto Rico

    The University of Puerto Rico PT3 Project at the Faculty of Education, Rio Piedras Campus, has developed a conceptual model and initial implementation phase of the e-portfolio for teacher... More

    pp. 180-183

  15. A Literature and Practice Revision about Digital Portfolios in Higher Education

    Olatz Lopez Fernandez, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

    In this roundtable I will present a literature review about how are being used the digital portfolios in higher education from the pedagogical perspective. For preparing this descriptive study it... More

    pp. 184-189

  16. E-Learning Portfolios: A Trojan Horse

    Sherry Markel, Jennifer Prior, Pam Schildgen & William Stone, Northern Arizona University, United States

    Embarking on setting up an E-Learning portfolio system in an on-campus cohort teacher preparation program involves seen and unforeseen changes and challenges for administration, faculty, and... More

    pp. 190-191

  17. E-portfolios: From Concept to Design

    Patricia McGee, The University of Texas at San Antonio, United States

    Increasingly ePortfolios are being seen as a way to serve a variety of functions: a document student development over a course of study; a tool for assessment mapped to standards, courses, and... More

    pp. 192-193

  18. Online and PowerPoint Portfolios:Student Response to Technology Implementation and Assessment

    Buford McWright, Mississippi Valley State University, United States

    Today's technology makes an increasingly reasonable argument for digital and web-based, online portfolios. The portfolios that are the subject this study were created by pre-service elementary... More

    pp. 194-200

  19. Electronic Portfolios: What Value Do They Provide?

    Michael Messerole & Paul Clark, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States

    This presentation will focus specifically on physical education pedagogy majors. Discussion and demonstration will include how and why a digital portfolio is being used and the benefits it has to... More

    pp. 201-202

  20. The Digital Transcript and eFolios: Linking NETS-T at Four Career Stages of Teaching

    Greg Nadeau, US Open e-Learning Consortium, United States; David Gibson, Vermont Institutes, United States

    The proposed roundtable discussion would bring together portfolio assessment providers and teacher preparation institutions to discuss the preliminary findings of the ISTE's NETS-T Candidate... More

    pp. 203-208