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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 18, 2019


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Number of papers: 445

  1. A System for Analyzing and Evaluating Computer-Assisted Second-Language Pronunciation-Teaching Websites and Mobile Apps

    Lynn Henrichsen, Linguistics Department, Brigham Young University, United States

    The potential benefits of computer-assisted pronunciation teaching (CAPT) include a private, stress-free learning environment; virtually unlimited input; practice at the student’s own pace;... More

    pp. 963-968

  2. Developing a Unique Educational Experience for Children Museum using a Mobile Application

    Sevinj Iskandarova, Samy El-Tawab, Oris Griffin & Fariss Mousa, James Madison University, United States

    A team of a university in Virginia (James Madison University) professors and graduate students worked closely with a K-12 museum to enhance children’s learning and development using a mobile... More

    pp. 969-974

  3. Sustaining Mobile Learning in Autism Classroom Environments

    Pankaj Khazanchi, Liberty University/ Cobb county School District, United States; Rashmi Khazanchi, Mitchell County School System, United States

    Mobile technology is increasingly being implemented in K-12 classrooms in the United States. There has been a burgeoning interest in the impact of mobile technology to support children with Autism ... More

    pp. 975-979

  4. From Virtual to Real: An Expanded Systematic Review of Augmented Reality Learning

    Mark Petrovich Jr., Mamta Shah & Aroutis Foster, Drexel University, School of Education, GLIDE Lab, United States

    The development of several digital technologies has enabled educators and researchers to approach education from a personalized perspective. At the forefront of this technological-pedagogical... More

    pp. 980-989

  5. Inspiration by way of Pinterest: Tracking educators’ use of social media to locate and share classroom resources

    Leanna Archambault & Annie Hale, Arizona State University, United States; Catharyn Shelton, California State University, Stanislaus, United States; Susie Puga, Arizona State University, United States

    Social media continues to grow as a part of everyday life, including for professional and personal applications. This is especially true as educators seek relevant ideas for how to engage students ... More

    pp. 990-994

  6. I Want My Money and I Want It Now! Automate Documenting Academic Activity for Federal Aid Using a Learning Management System

    Sue Bauer & Susan Hicks, University of Central Florida, United States

    Verifying that a student has participated in a course so that the student can receive financial aid for that course can often be a problematic and tedious adventure that involves the student,... More

    pp. 995-1001

  7. Using Innovative Technologies to Increase Middle School Students’ Interest in Space Science

    Rhonda Christensen & Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States; Troy Cline & Carolyn Ng, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States

    Innovative technologies can spark middle school interest in STEM careers. This paper is specifically focused on student interest in space science with the intention it will lead to more students... More

    pp. 1002-1007

  8. Technology Infused Learning with Digital Natives Promotes Principles for Good Practice

    Wendy Ford, Nina Sarkar & Christina Manzo, Queensborough Community College - City University of New York, United States

    The Seven Principles of Good Practice in undergraduate, while introduced over 30 years ago, are still valid today. However, we are currently in an age when student learners are vastly different... More

    pp. 1008-1014

  9. The Book: A Productivity Tool for the Modern Classroom

    Ingrid Fossbraaten, California State University, Long Beach, United States

    This paper describes a productivity tool for the classroom called The Book, which is an all-encompassing digital tool promoting teacher and learner autonomy, flexibility, creativity, and... More

    pp. 1015-1019

  10. Visualization of Social and Cognitive Presences for Collaborative Learning Facilitation

    Yoshiko Goda, Kumamoto University, Japan; Masanori Yamada, Kyushu University, Japan

    This study aims to evaluate how the visualization of English as a foreign language (EFL) for collaborative learning can help teachers’ online facilitation through focusing on social presence and... More

    pp. 1020-1024

  11. Towards an Adaptive Learning Analytics Framework

    Yasemin Gulbahar & Denizer Yildirim, Ankara University, Turkey

    Recently, understanding and optimizing learning, and the environments in which learning occurs through learning analytics and adaptive and personalized approaches have gained more significant... More

    pp. 1025-1032

  12. Data Insight: Helping Districts Use the Right Data for Improving Student Outcomes

    Rich Huebner & Pamela Moore, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, United States

    School districts often struggle with integrating, analyzing, and interpreting the massive amount of data that they have, to be able to make decisions about teaching and learning. In this... More

    p. 1033

  13. Introducing Educational Psychophysiology

    Richard Ingram, James Madison University, United States

    This paper introduces a new line of research – Educational Psychophysiology. This new field involves the use of psychophysiological measures to identify learning-relevant psychological states (such... More

    pp. 1034-1044

  14. Student Perceptions of Virtual Reality Technology for Computer Aided Design: A study to inform curriculum and add to the body of knowledge in an emerging field of technology in the learning environment.

    Donna Matteson, State University of New York at Oswego, United States

    This study was conducted uncover university student perceptions of the use of Virtual Reality (VR) technology to create Computer Aided Design (CAD) 3D models in the classroom. The study was... More

    pp. 1045-1053

  15. Analytics of Reading Patterns Based on Eye Movements in an e-Learning System

    Tsubasa Minematsu, Kaori Tamura, Atsushi Shimada, Shin'ichi Konomi & Rin-ichiro Taniguchi, Kyushu university, Japan

    We investigate relationships between a subject’s impression of difficulty and the reading behaviors of teaching materials based on eye movement data of students learning in an e-learning system.... More

    pp. 1054-1059

  16. How the Use of iPad and Smartphones Creates Social Isolation

    Niaz Makhdum Muhammad, Advancing Social Emotional Learning, United States; Mitch Schneider, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States; Allison Hill & Douglas M. Yau, Advancing Social Emotional Learning, United States

    Technology has started to transform our everyday lives, and different smartphones and tablets are increasingly being popular all over the world. However, the negative impacts of using these gadgets... More

    pp. 1060-1065

  17. The Negative Impacts of EdTech: EQ Perspectives

    Niaz Makhdum Muhammad, Advancing Social Emotional Learning, United States; Mitch Schneider, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States; Allison Hill & Douglas M. Yau, Advancing Social Emotional Learning, United States

    Digital technology has proven to be transformative for 21st century education, functioning as a catalyst for pedagogical engagement and change. Today’s learners are using smart-phones, tablets,... More

    pp. 1066-1071

  18. Implementation of an E-Health Observation System Employing Student Self-Checks

    Masahiro Nagai, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan; Noriyuki Matsunami, aculty of Education, Teikyo University, Japan; Hironori Kobayashi, Murasyo Elementary school, Japan; Yoshiya Morimoto, NDI Solutions, Japan; Masashi Yamada, Wiz Corporation, Japan

    The concept “guidance for living” is used in schools in Japan to direct students to make moral and ethical decisions and promote prosocial behavior. However, attempts to provide this guidance... More

    pp. 1072-1077

  19. Learning Support System for Providing Page-wise Recommendation in e-Textbooks

    Keita Nakayama, Masanori Yamada, Atsushi Shimada, Tsubasa Minematsu & Rin-ichiro Taniguchi, Kyushu University, Japan

    Thanks to the increase in the amount of information on the Internet and the spread of ICT-supported educational environments, much attention has been paid to learning support based on smart... More

    pp. 1078-1085

  20. A Pilot Study of the Relationship Between Automatic Analytic Scoring and Speech Accuracy: Implications from Log Data on Speech-Training Courseware

    Yuichi Ono, Takeshi Kato, Shoma Aota & Naoki Takebayashi, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Yuki Toyono, CHIeru Co., Ltd., Japan

    This paper attempts to show how factors of the phonetic score, collected by Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), relate the overall evaluation of speech in the context of Japanese English as a... More

    pp. 1086-1091