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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 18, 2019

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Number of papers: 444

  1. Showcasing Children’s STEM talent: A STEM Night Situation

    Temitope Olokunde, Albertha Lawson, Susannah Craig & Victor Mbarika, Southern University and A & M College, United States

    This paper explores Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) learning at the elementary level through a STEM Night program organized at a STEM Elementary School. The STEM Night... More

    pp. 1462-1467

  2. Breaking Down University Walls: An On-line Mentoring Program for Pre-Service Teacher Candidates

    Donna Sanderson, West Chester University, United States

    This presentation explores the birth of an On-line Mentoring Program created to assist teacher candidates in the Early Grades Education Program during their capstone semester of student teaching.... More

    pp. 1468-1470

  3. Relearning of the Teachers: Effect of Training in Universal Design for Learning on Teacher’s Knowledge and Skills and Learners’ Achievement

    Khurana Aashna, ASER Centre, Pratham Education Foundation, India, India; Panshikar Apoorva, SNDT Women’s University, India

    With an increasing number of academically and culturally diverse student populations in educational institutions, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) has the potential to improve the quality of... More

    pp. 1471-1481

  4. Assessment of the Influence of the Lecturer’s Teaching Strategies on Undergraduate Students’ Learning Outcomes in the Use of English in Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa, Nigeria

    Beatrice Adeyemi, Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa, Nigeria, Nigeria

    The study examined various teaching strategies employed in the teaching of Use of English among undergraduate students in Ondo State University of Science and Technology, Okitipupa, Nigeria. It... More

    pp. 1482-1488

  5. Use of digital tools by high school teachers teaching writing participating in an intervention program to reduce the "discipline block"

    Orit Avidov-Ungar, Achva Academic College & Open University, Israel; Aliza Amir, Achva Academic College, Israel

    Digital literacy plays an important role in adapting education systems for the 21st century. Previous research indicates that teachers' main difficulties in assimilating technology in teaching stem... More

    pp. 1489-1493

  6. Telling True Stories: Adventures in Multimedia Nonfiction Narrative

    Fawn Canady, The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States; Troy Hicks, Central Michigan University, United States

    The Digital Storymakers, a multimedia narrative nonfiction contest from 2013, is recast in the post-truth era that challenges those of us teaching media literacy. In December of 2012, the media... More

    pp. 1494-1502

  7. Goodreads.com: Using a Social Media Site as an English Teacher-Education Performance Assessment

    Kristina Doubet, James Madison University, United States

    Although the disciplines of reading and writing should be woven together as integrated, interdependent practices in grades 6-12 (NCTE 2016), most middle and high school teachers implement separate ... More

    pp. 1503-1507

  8. Low-Stakes Writing using Digital Tools: Fostering Confidence and Fluency in Adolescent Writing Instruction

    Kristina Doubet, James Madison University, United States; Gena Southall, Longwood University, United States

    Best practice in writing instruction calls for a focus on content over form (Hillcocks, 2005) and providing frequent opportunities for high-interest, low-stakes writing (e.g., Graham & Hebert, 2010... More

    pp. 1508-1513

  9. Integrating Instructional Technology into the K-12 ESL Classroom

    Liliana Julio, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Colombia; Erik Kormos, Colegio Karl C. Parrish, United States

    This quantitative study investigated the impact of school setting on perceptions and attitudes of K-12 public school English as a second language (ESL) teachers related to learning technologies in ... More

    pp. 1514-1519

  10. Autolingualism in the Digital Age: The Emergence of Cyber Lingua Franca and Its Impact on Language Education

    Fusa Katada, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Japan

    The communication-oriented globalized age has yielded unavoidable discrepancies. First, professionals are expected to have effective communication skills using English as a lingua franca (ELF).... More

    pp. 1520-1528

  11. Effective technology integration in teacher education

    Henk La Roi & Roland Bruijn, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

    The poster is a practical follow-up of A. Smits’ brief paper in the symposium “Practicing and prospective teachers’ pedagogical reasoning about using technology in their educational practice” ... More

    p. 1529

  12. The Friendliest English Curriculum Design for All

    Terumi Miyazoe, Tokyo University of Science, Japan

    This paper presents an on-going English Curriculum development of flexible learning for night programs at a science university in Tokyo. Due to its relative obscurity, the issues regarding night... More

    pp. 1530-1535

  13. Applying existing technologies to support elementary school teachers in teaching English in remote towns in Japan

    Eri Ono, Hitoshi Susono, Maki Hagino, Kazuyoshi Enomoto, Emiko Onishi, Norihiko Matsuba & Yuya Hasegawa, Mie University, Japan

    This paper reports on how exiting technologies were applied to support elementary school teachers in teaching English in remote towns in the southern part of Mie Prefecture. (Starting in April 2018... More

    pp. 1536-1539

  14. Integrating Learning by Design into a Flipped Civil Engineering Design Course

    Secil Akinci-Ceylan, Evrim Baran & Halil Ceylan, Iowa State University, United States

    Flipped learning has been on the rise in higher education and is growingly used in learning environments in engineering contexts. This case study aimed to examine students’ problem-solving... More

    pp. 1540-1545

  15. Design and Development of a Modular Maker Education Course for Diverse Education Students

    Jonathan Cohen, Cassandra Gaul, Julia Huprich & Leigh Martin, Georgia State University, United States

    This paper describes the design and development of an innovative maker education course. The course was designed to be responsive to students with diverse interests in education and consistent with... More

    pp. 1546-1555

  16. Beyond Boundaries: Pre-Service Teachers’ Experiences of Transdisciplinary Education via STEAM Making Projects

    Zoe Falls, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, United States

    Though today's problems are interconnected, complicated, and unpredictable, students continue to gain knowledge in discrete, standardized disciplinary silos. When subject integration is discussed... More

    pp. 1556-1562

  17. Beyond Content: What Else Did Pre-service Teachers Learn in a Making Course in a Teacher Education Program

    Yi Jin, Kennesaw State University, United States

    Making has become increasingly prevalent in K-12 education, thus, calls for teacher educators to design instruction to prepare pre-service teachers for using making as pedagogy. This preparation... More

    pp. 1563-1568

  18. Scaffolding Pedagogical Change: Professional Development to Support Elementary Teachers in Implementing Mobile Maker Kits

    Robin Jocius, Ashley Andrews & Jennifer Albert, The Citadel, United States

    The purpose of this paper is to describe findings from a study in which we investigated a gradual increase of responsibility model to scaffold a 1st and a 3rd grade teacher as they integrated... More

    pp. 1569-1577

  19. Are Students Learning from the E-videos? Flipped Classroom Teaching for a Very Large Cohort Engineering Module: An Evaluation report

    Sudha Kannurao, Ho Peng Ching & Lie Siung Tjen, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore

    In this report, we are evaluating the effectiveness of the e-learning videos for a foundation subject which was offered through flipped approach for very large-cohort of 1000+ freshmen from 8... More

    pp. 1578-1583

  20. Designing a Blended Makerspace Course for Preservice Teachers in an Undergraduate Technology Minor Program

    Ozlem Karakaya, Iowa State University, United States

    This study focuses on designing a makerspace course module offered for preservice teachers in an undergraduate learning technologies minor program. Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) ... More

    pp. 1584-1593