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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 07, 2020

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Denise Schmidt-Crawford

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Number of papers: 329

  1. Teaching STEM Concepts Using the Forgotten Technology Embodied In Recyclables

    Darron Lamkin, Oklahoma State University, United States

    A persons ability to imagine themselves in a profession greatly influences their ability to choose a career in that profession. Hence, while there is a growing need for STEM professionals in the... More

    pp. 895-898

  2. Investigating Differences in Teacher Candidate TPACK: Comparisons of a STEM Professional Development School and a Standalone Educational Technology Course

    Daniel Mourlam & Steven Chestnut, University of South Dakota, United States

    Preparing teacher candidates to teach effectively with technology is a complex issue in teacher education. As programs have transitioned from technocentric methods to those where candidate... More

    pp. 899-904

  3. Empirically Examining K-12 STEAM Teachers’ Pedagogical Discontentment Levels: Assessing the “T” in STEAM

    Carla Thompson, University of West Florida, United States

    The pervasive implementation of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) integrated curricula across school districts within the United States in recent years has provided a... More

    pp. 905-911

  4. Using a Digital Concept Mapping Tool to Foster Critical Thinking and Impact Student Performance in STEM Programs

    Mark Wireman, Maria Zafonte & Laura Terry, Grand Canyon University, United States

    Undergraduate pre-health programs contain demanding content courses where students must effectively apply and synthesize fundamental knowledge to address case study problems in preparing for real... More

    pp. 912-916

  5. Teacher education faculty perspectives on technology infusion: Implications for schools and colleges of education

    Jon Clausen, Ball State University, United States; David Rutledge, New Mexico State University, United States; Arlene Borthwick, National Louis University, United States; Teresa Foulger, Arizona State University, United States; Kiersten Green, SUNY New Paltz, United States; Guy Trainin, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, United States; Natalie Milman, George Washington University, United States

    Technology infusion within teacher education programs is a complex process. Colleges and schools of education have been challenged to do more in order to prepare candidates to use technology... More

    pp. 917-921

  6. Changing the nature of technology leadership: A bottom-up, grassroots approach to student and teacher led interventions

    Bianca Cumine-Groza, Monash University, Australia

    Abstract: Despite increasing expectations for technological advancement in schools over the past few decades, technology use continues to remain peripheral to teaching and learning practices.... More

    pp. 922-932

  7. Knowledge, User Perceptions, and Ecological Systems Perspective as a Comprehensive Framework for Studying Technology Use in a Complex Educational Environment

    Dowayne Davis, The Newark Opportunity Youth Network, Inc., United States

    Use and adoption of educational technology in the classroom can have a significant impact on financial investment for a school as well as a startup educational technology company. Limited research ... More

    pp. 933-942

  8. A Cyclical Integration Model for Technology Integrated Libraries and Makerspaces

    David E. Robinson, Towson University - Department of Educational Technology and Literacy, United States

    This poster paper presents a framework for managing constituents in dynamic school libraries and makerspaces. The framework evolved by examining findings from literature and data acquired through ... More

    pp. 943-948

  9. The Role of Cyber Ethics in the Digital Citizens' Classroom

    Anne Tapp & Joseph Jaksa, Saginaw Valley State University, United States

    With the instant availability of information on the Internet and lack of exposure to digital citizenship, students’ temptation to become a hacker and potentially execute destructive acts using... More

    pp. 949-953

  10. Eureka!: Advancing Cybersecurity Learning through Inquiry-Based Laboratories

    Curby Alexander, Texas Christian University, United States

    Cybersecurity is rapidly becoming one of the most important industries in the world, in regards to the national, financial, and environmental well-being of every nation. There are currently about... More

    pp. 954-958

  11. Adapting Ed Tech Usage Recommendations to Enhance Academic Outcomes of Disadvantaged Students

    Andrew Berrett, Assunta Hardy & Joyce Zhang, Imagine Learning, United States

    Prior research has observed that student demographics and socioeconomic status significantly influences academic growth. Education technology (Ed Tech) is often implemented in K-12 schools as a... More

    pp. 959-964

  12. Measuring Digital Literacy: Instrument Development to Assess Technology Usage and Integration for Continuous Program Improvement

    Brandon Bush & Amanda Hurlbut, Texas Woman's University, United States

    Faculty and staff at a south-central university-based Educator Preparation Program (EPP) participated in developing an instrument to address curriculum implementation of the 2017 ISTE Standards for... More

    pp. 965-969

  13. The Evolution: A Literature Review of Technology Use and Adoption Models

    Dowayne Davis, New Jersey City University, United States

    The world around us is continually evolving as new technologies are created to enhance and improve the human experience. Particularly in educational spaces, technology systems are often designed... More

    pp. 970-975

  14. An integrated map of the ISTE Standards for Educators, Danielson Framework for Teaching, and Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards

    Tonia A Dousay, University of Idaho, United States

    Teacher education must often balance the demands of competing and complementary standards. At the national level, preservice teacher education regularly follows the guidelines set forth by the... More

    pp. 976-980

  15. EDUsummIT Symposium SITE 2020 - Learners and learning contexts: New alignments for the digital age

    Miri Shonfeld, Kibbutzim College and MOFET, Israel; Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States; Louise Starkey, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; Rhonda Christensen, University of North Texas, United States; Carolyn Y Ng, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/ADNET Systems, Inc., United States; Deirdre Butler & Margaret Leahy, Dublin City University, Ireland; Peter Twinning, University of Newcastle, Australia; Michael Phillips, Monash University, Australia; Melda Yildiz, NYIT, United States

    The International Summit on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education (EDUsummIT) is a global community of researchers, educational practitioners, and policy makers who discuss... More

    pp. 981-984

  16. Redesigning Learning Spaces and Credentials for 21st-Century Emerging Tech Careers

    Elodie Billionniere, Miami Dade College, United States; Farzana Rahman, Syracuse University, United States

    With the rise of “Do-It-Yourself" approach, a shift to new paradigms in accessing education has spread out and disrupt the strict linear higher education pathway. Internet and digital technologies ... More

    pp. 985-990

  17. Development of Learning Objectives for Training of O&M Personnel’s KSC for Technologically High-performance Buildings

    Jaya Mukhopadhyay, Gilbert Kalonde & Loras O'Toole, Montana State University Bozeman, United States

    This paper documents in part the study that was conducted for a research project ASHRAE RP-1650, which investigated the training requirements for sustainable high-performance building operations... More

    pp. 991-1004

  18. Technostress and Student’s Intention to use VR for Learning

    Jhon Bueno Vesga, Xinhao Xu, Hao He, Gayathri Sadanala, Shangman Li & Fan Yu, University of Missouri, United States

    Studies show that different forms of VR such as desktop VR, immersive VR (using head-mounted displays), and augmented reality (AR) have been used to improve online learning experiences due to their... More

    pp. 1005-1010

  19. The Extended Reality Presence Scale

    Enrico Gandolfi, Rick Ferdig & Karl Kosko, Kent State University, United States

    This study examined the development of a new instrument—the extended reality presence scale (XRPS) – for evaluating presence in immersive videos for pre-service teachers. Mixed reality shows... More

    pp. 1011-1017

  20. Perseverance and Engagement for the Success in a 3D Virtual Reality Learning Environment – A Cube Quest Activity

    Gayathri Sadanala, Xinhao Xu, Hao He, Jhon Bueno, Fan Yu & Shangman Li, University Of Missouri, Columbia, United States

    The purpose of the study was to investigate students’ learning outcomes and their ability to persevere and complete the activities in a 3D virtual reality learning environment (VRLE). The VRLE... More

    pp. 1018-1023