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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 11, 2022

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Number of papers: 371

  1. Enhancing Online Teaching and Learning with Videos

    Tian Meng, Virginia Tech, United States; Shuyan Wang, The University of Southern Mississippi, United States

    This paper will discuss how educational videos can be used in classrooms to facilitate learning, why and when these videos should be used, and how to create these videos. We will provide an... More

    pp. 131-135

  2. What a Magical Little Stone: A Case of Interactive Digital Storytelling Design for K-12 Children

    Qi Si, Department of Education, East China Normal University, China; Yong Zhou, Institute of Global Chinese Language Teacher Education, East China Normal University, China

    Given the significance of digital storytelling for K-12 education, the study aims to design and develop an interactive digital storytelling according to Mayer’s Cognitive Theory of Multimedia... More

    pp. 136-141

  3. Factors Influencing Student Engagement in Virtual Classrooms and Their Impact on Satisfaction

    Daniah Alabbasi, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

    This research explores the factors that most influence student engagement in online tertiary education and their relationship to satisfaction levels. Following a literature review to identify... More

    pp. 142-151

  4. An exploration of a flexible pathways learning design for EFL language learners

    Ezequiel Aleman, Universidad Tecnológica del Uruguay, United States; Rossana Mantaras, Universidad Tecnológica del Uruguay (UTEC), Uruguay

    This preliminary study explores the effectiveness of a learning design model based on individual learning pathways combining in-person and online learning for English instruction in a rural... More

    pp. 152-155

  5. Exploring the Practices, Challenges, and Benefits for Blended Learning across Four European Countries in the COVID-19 Era

    Charoula Angeli, George Papadopoulos & Christos Mettouris, University of Cyprus, Cyprus; Martin Brown, Dublin City University, Ireland; Anthony Kilcoyne, Professional Development Service for Teachers, Ireland; Roger Austin, Ulster University, Ireland; Antoine Gambin, VisMedNet, Malta

    The research examined the practices, challenges, and benefits of teaching with the blended learning approach during the COVID-19 pandemic. A case research study was conducted in twenty schools in... More

    pp. 156-163

  6. Creating Global Partnerships Using Virtual Instructional Rounds in Teacher Preparation Programs

    Rebecca Birch & Elizabeth Truesdell, Dominican University, United States

    This participatory action research project leverages international partnerships to implement virtual instructional rounds (VIRs) to facilitate reciprocal learning between preservice and inservice... More

    pp. 164-167

  7. Comparing Students’ Performance in a Face-to-Face Course and an Asynchronous Online Course on Educational Statistics

    Li-Ting Chen & Leping Liu, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    Online learning is becoming more and more popular. To understand if online learning can be as effective as face-to-face learning, there is a need to compare student performance in a face-to-face... More

    pp. 168-174

  8. A deep dive into asynchronous online discussion: examining whether students with different online listening behavior patterns feel learning satisfaction in asynchronous online discussion differently

    Beomkyu Choi, Grand Valley State University, United States

    Asynchronous online discussion is a vital element of online teaching and learning to support collaborative learning as well as to establish social and teaching presence. To examine student... More

    pp. 175-180

  9. The Impact of Discussion Forums in Learning and Applying Content

    Paula Christensen & Jarrod Sanson, Northwestern State University of Louisiana, United States

    Online discussion forums can provide positive learning experiences. There is a desire for interaction in the online environment, but students often find discussion forums lacking in depth while... More

    pp. 181-186

  10. Humanize the online learning environment to motivate, support, and retain first generation, socioeconomically diverse students, and students from varying cultural groups in higher education

    Shernette Dunn, Florida Atlantic Uni, United States

    Higher education institutions have been struggling with decreases in enrollment prior to the pandemic (Bawa, 2016). The impact of the pandemic has magnified the problem and institutions of higher... More

    pp. 187-192

  11. Students’ Perceptions of Active Engagement in a Virtual Learning Environment: Implications for Abrupt Migration to Remote Teaching During COVID-19 Global Pandemic

    Abdulsalami Ibrahim, Millersville University, United States

    The generation of students on our college campuses has presented some different sets of challenges to educators. Challenges in the sense that, they learn and think differently. They were born and... More

    pp. 193-199

  12. An Investigation of the Effects of Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety and Technology Anxiety on Performance in College Chinese Language Online Classrooms in the U.S.A.

    Xiaona Jin & Lih-Ching Chen Wang, Cleveland State University, United States

    Foreign language instruction, with its accompanying foreign language classroom anxiety, has moved online rapidly in an era of technology growth and global pandemic, but little research has been... More

    pp. 200-204

  13. Best Practices with Online Advising in Higher Education: Tools, Techniques, and the Future

    Lisa Krall, Jessamay Pesek, Lisa Schmitz & Miriam White, Bemidji State University, United States

    Online advising is a critical component in virtual online programs. In this presentation, we offer suggestions on quality advising practices based on our experiences serving undergraduate and... More

    pp. 205-210

  14. A Rubric: Indicators of Quality Design for Online Courses

    Fatima Makda & Reuben Dlamini, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

    Online learning has been identified as a growing area in the education sector and many educational institutions are expanding their offering of online courses. When designing online courses, there ... More

    pp. 211-218

  15. The Development of Japanese Language e-learning system focusing on CLIL (Content Language Integrated Learning) suitable for DX education

    Shizuka Nakamura, Graduate School of Science and Technology Shinshu University, Japan; Katsumi Wasaki, Faculty of Engineering Shinshu University, Japan

    The number of Japanese language students is increasing rapidly both in Japan and abroad, but there are currently only enough teachers. However, when faced with the necessity of providing learners... More

    pp. 219-223

  16. WebLive – Students’ Perspective on Hybrid Learning

    Rchard Pierce, Yavapai College, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate students’ perceptions of the WebLive instructional modality. The research questions that guided this study were: 1) How do student perceptions of the... More

    pp. 224-228

  17. Learning through Case Studies in Online Teacher Education: How Reflection and Revisiting Cases Can Make a Difference

    Jillian Powers, Patricia Willems, Ann Musgrove & Alyssa Gonzalez-De Hass, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    Abstract. With the growing trend towards online learning in teacher education, teacher educators need to know which instructional strategies work well in online learning environments. This study... More

    pp. 229-237

  18. Developing a Model for Determining Return on Investment of eLearning: A Literature Review

    Aubrey Taylor Rieder, University of North Texas, United States

    Much research surrounding eLearning focuses on comparing the effectiveness of technology-mediated education to that of traditional teaching methods; however, few studies exist exploring the... More

    pp. 238-245

  19. Using Micro-credentials and Digital Badges in Education and Training: A Literature Review

    Aubrey Taylor Rieder, University of North Texas, United States

    With education and training programs being increasingly mediated by technology, it is crucial for educators, instructional designers, and researchers to consider tools and programs that enhance... More

    pp. 246-251

  20. Role Ambiguity Among Secondary Teachers

    Emily Starrett, Arizona State University, United States

    Transitioning between in-person and online learning, caused by the pandemic, altered the way many teachers were accustomed to teaching, leading to uncertainty and ambiguity of their role as an... More

    pp. 252-256