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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 07, 2020


Denise Schmidt-Crawford

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Number of papers: 330

  1. Building Computational Thinking Through Teachable Machine

    Haoyue Zhang, Sara McNeil, Susie Gronseth, Bulent Dogan, Erwin Handoko & Lydia Ugwu, University of Houston, United States

    This paper describes a professional development plan on teaching pre-service teachers the concept of computational thinking through experiential learning model. Computational thinking refers to the... More

    pp. 127-131

  2. Designing 21st Century Learning Spaces on University Campuses

    Shonda Brooks & Tarrah Davis, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States

    Environment, either brick & mortar or simulated, can have a substantial influence on erudition. (Oblinger & Lippincott, 2006). Using various widely accessible technologies, educators can renovate... More

    pp. 132-133

  3. The Teach-Tech Bowl Contest as a Way to Motivate Teacher Candidates

    Irene Chen, Lamar University, United States

    The Teach-Tech Bowl contest that I offered to all sessions of ETC 3301 Educational Technology at the University of Houston Downtown in fall 2018 and spring 2019 semesters was made possible through ... More

    pp. 134-138

  4. Children’s experience of autonomy in a flexible learning environment.

    Louise Starkey, Alvin Valera, Michael Donn, Craig Anslow & Aniebietabasi Ackley, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

    Classrooms are being built and redesigned in new and different ways. There is limited research to inform policy and practice on how children and young people experience the physical environment,... More

    pp. 139-142

  5. Creating Engaging Learning Experience with Robotics

    Kelly Torres & Aubrey Statti, TCSPP, United States

    Technology is constantly evolving and providing educators direct access to a wider range of tools that students can engage with throughout their lessons and via remote settings. Educational robots ... More

    pp. 143-147

  6. Integration of ICT in EFL classes by using digital storytelling to discover common moral values: An international project

    Rukiye Altin, Middle East Technical University, Turkey; Eylem Erkan Isler, ODTU Gelistirme Vakfi Ozel Ortaokulu, Turkey

    The field of education has been focusing on ornamenting the new generations with the common social values which are crucial to form peaceful future societies. Noticing the fact that new... More

    pp. 148-153

  7. Strategies for Embracing Video Assignments

    Letitia Bergantz & Mark Gale, Athens State University, United States

    This paper explores the evolutionary process of using video content in the classroom at Athens State University. Initially, Athens State University’s video adoption followed that of most... More

    pp. 154-158

  8. A Decade of Digital Story Telling Contests (DISTCO) Research Results: Students’ Perspectives; Motivational Factors and Preferred Content Areas for Digital Storytelling; and Impacts on K-12 Students’ 21st Century Skills and Self-Efficacy

    Bulent Dogan, University of Houston, United States

    This paper and presentation will mainly outline and describe the research results of (Digital Story Telling Contests) DISTCO 2019 and will attempt to make a comparison of past ten years of DISTCO... More

    pp. 159-163

  9. STaR Journeys through RIMS: Service, teaching, and research through reciprocity in mentoring and sustainability

    Susan Elwood, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, United States

    This framework addresses flexible education needs through formal and informal learning environment opportunities, using digital media and storytelling. A blend of five different frameworks guides ... More

    pp. 164-167

  10. Watershed stories: Using ArcGIS StoryMaps to tell the story of water in our area

    Jennifer Kreps Frisch, University of Minnesota Duluth, United States

    Environmental education is an effective interdisciplinary umbrella under which elementary school teachers can teach: students can use environmental topics, issues, and methods to enhance skills in ... More

    pp. 168-171

  11. Flipping the College Radio Station: Alternative Methods for Training with Digital Story Telling

    Lacey Fulton, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, United States; Mark Piwinsky & Sarah Everett, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States; Matthew Albright, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, United States; William Adams, Clarion University, United States

    Training college radio DJs requires time, patience and attention to detail from all parties. Traditional training methods are useful but can require a large time investment in a one on one or... More

    pp. 172-177

  12. Role of video modeling to teach math skills to students with autism spectrum disorder

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

    There has been increasing interest in the field of K-12 education regarding the integration of technology to improve student learning outcomes. In the past, several research studies have documented... More

    pp. 178-182

  13. Guiding Undergraduate Students in Scripting an Audio Based Story

    Mark Piwinsky & Sarah Everett, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States; Lacey Fulton, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, United States; Marques Ross, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    Digital storytelling in an audio-only environment provides a valuable learning experience. Unable to rely on visual cues, audio students must create a truly immersive sound space. This requires... More

    pp. 183-188

  14. Teacher Professional Learning from Online Classroom Videos: What, Why, and How Teachers Study Videos of Others' Classroom Teaching

    Kara Suzuka, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, United States; Elizabeth Yakel, University of Michigan, United States

    There has been much research on the use of classroom videos in “live” teacher education and professional development, however, we are only beginning to understand the ways in which making classroom... More

    pp. 189-194

  15. Video Design & Analysis Framework: Designing Educational YouTube Channels That Captivate and Inspire

    Iliana Marentes Taradji & Torrey Trust, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States

    Video is one of the most popular instructional tools used by educators around the world. However, most pre-service and in-service educators are not trained how to develop quality instructional... More

    pp. 195-203

  16. A Digital Storytelling Activity Designing Video Games Based on Cultural Myths and Folktales of Bali

    Paul Wallace, Appalachian State University, United States

    This paper reports on a Fulbright-Hays Group Project Abroad program designed to enhance global understanding through a 4-week travel experience with curriculum development related to exposing... More

    pp. 204-209

  17. Distance Learning Mathematics Courses and Testing Environments: Academic Integrity and Test Anxiety

    Kelly Anderson, Michelle Peters & Jana Willis, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

    This study explored the impact of proctored testing on the test performance and test anxiety of students enrolled in distance learning mathematics courses. A comparison of survey and test results ... More

    pp. 210-215

  18. Design and Development of a Web-Based Instruction for Professional Development in Higher Education

    Okan Arslan, Fethi A. Inan & Jongpil Cheon, Texas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this study is to design and develop an asynchronous web-based instruction (WBI) to train faculty about adult education approaches, namely andragogy. Dick and Carey model was used to ... More

    pp. 216-225

  19. Evaluation of the interactions during a videoconferencing course

    Delphine Billouard-Fuentes, Emlyon business school, France

    Videoconferencing is not a tool commonly used for teaching purposes in France. This paper describes an experiment conducted during an Information Systems course. Two different groups of students... More

    pp. 226-229

  20. Developing Online Student Support Services

    Victoria (Vicki) Brown, Florida Atlantic University, United States; Joshton Strigle, College of Central Florida, United States

    With the growth of online students at higher educational institutions, concerns emerged about the student support services offered and if those services meet the needs of the online students.... More

    pp. 230-237