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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 11, 2022

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Number of papers: 371

  1. Not The Bells and Whistles: Re-authoring Lesson plans for Online Instruction

    Anjli Narwani, University of Michigan, United States; Kevin Miller, The University of Michigan, United States

    Demands on instruction are ever increasing to match the changing technological interventions in education. During the COVID-19 pandemic we saw decades of research around models for online education... More

    pp. 632-635

  2. Beyond Traditional Programming: Assessing Middle School Students Makerspace Experience

    Stella Otoo & Thomas Korang, New Mexico State University, United States; Paige Wheeler & Suparna Chatterjee, STEM Outreach Center, New Mexico State University, United States

    The maker culture has garnered attention in education as a practice that supports learning and engagement in both formal and informal settings. Using the three elements that constitute the Maker... More

    pp. 636-640

  3. Integrating Experiential Learning in Middle School Computer-Based Simulations

    Stella Otoo & Lauren Cifuentes, New Mexico State University, United States

    The implementation of computer-based simulations by teachers in the classroom can have a significant and varied impact on students’ learning outcomes and engagement. A meta-analysis of the use of... More

    pp. 641-643

  4. Assessing the faculty member's intention to adopt accessible online course design using Web Accessibility Acceptance Model (WAAM)

    Shiva Pourgholaminejad, University of Nevada Reno, United States; Leping Liu, University of Nevada reno, United States; Wenzhen Li, University of Nevada Reno, United States

    Web Accessibility in course design means creating one design that diverse users can have equal experiences. If a design is not accessible, it may affect user learning experiences and create... More

    pp. 644-653

  5. The Instructional Designer’s Training Guide: Authentic Practices and Considerations for Mentoring ID and Ed Tech Professionals

    Rebecca Reese, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, United States; Jill Stefaniak, UGA, United States

    It is important that educators take inventory of how they are facilitating authentic learning experiences for their learners, so these new designers are ready for the wide variety of contextual... More

    pp. 654-655

  6. Digital Reading Workshop: An innovative method for promoting active learning in higher education

    Marit Rismark & Astrid Sølvberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

    In this paper we present and discuss findings from a study of students’ experiences of active learning. To promote active learning, a work method, the Digital Reading Workshop, was designed and... More

    pp. 656-660

  7. A Pilot Study to Identify Evidence-based Technology-enhanced Teaching Patterns in Pre-service Teacher Education

    Nadine Schlomske-Bodenstein & Bernhard Standl, Karlsruhe University of Education, Germany

    This paper presents a case study of N = 4 workshops in pre-service teacher education, in which the overall goal is to develop and pilot an instrument to quantitatively and qualitatively... More

    pp. 661-666

  8. You want me to do what, by when? The positive and negative aspects of designing, building, and implementing a new online degree program

    Alicia Shaw, Annette Hux, Robert Williams, Jackie McBride, Kimberley Davis & Allen Hays, Arkansas State University, United States

    Many universities have built and continue to maintain online programs as a normal part of the curriculum. However, universities must continue to upgrade and/or design new programs to meet the... More

    pp. 667-670

  9. Study on Improving Nursing Safety Education

    Takashi Tachino, tamagawa University, Japan; Anthony Madden, Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Japan; Yuko Nagashima, Komazawa Women's University, Japan

    This study aims to improve safety education of nursing students (hereafter referred to as “students”) to prevent medical errors in basic nursing education (hereafter referred to as "nursing... More

    pp. 671-675

  10. Transdisciplinary Teaching and Learning are the Lessons of Today

    Julianna Tauschinger-Dempsey, Scholars Academy for the Gifted and Artistically Elite, United States; Laura Lowder, Pfeiffer University Division of Education & Scholars Academy for the Gifted & Artistically Elite, United States

    This paper examines a general approach to teaching and learning through the case examples of two honors ELA/History courses (World and US History). Both English Language Arts and History are about ... More

    pp. 676-681

  11. Flipped Classroom Lesson Design & Evaluation Rubric

    Zafer Unal, USF St.Petersburg, United States

    Despite over fifteen years of flipped classroom implementation, current literature does not provide any reliable, standardized rubric as a guideline to create or evaluate flipped classroom lessons ... More

    pp. 682-690

  12. Significant Learning for Health Sciences Students

    Katie Williams & Melissa Dittberner, University of South Dakota, United States

    Each of the presenters were awarded a “Course Design Fellowship” by the University of South Dakota. Through this fellowship, each instructor utilized the information learned in order to “flip”... More

    pp. 691-694

  13. Integrating Online CURE to Engage Students in Computational and Statistical Thinking

    Li Xu, University of Arizona, United States

    In our Applied Computing curriculum, faculty identified Computational Thinking (CT) and Statistical Thinking (ST) as critical cognitive dispositions students need to adopt. However, historically... More

    pp. 695-700

  14. Application of Project-Based Collaborative Learning in a University Seminar Class to Improve Students' Problem-Solving Ability

    Yibo Xue & Dandan Gao, East China Normal University, China; Zhifeng Liu, Central China Normal University, China

    This study aims to explore the application of project-based collaborative learning in a university seminar class, adopting a case study method to conduct the teaching design and practice of project... More

    pp. 701-707

  15. Study on the Appropriateness of the Design, Use and Removal of the Instructional Scaffoldings in Programming Teaching - Take Python crawler programming teaching as an example

    Keyi Yuan, Fang Wen & Jiabin Zhao, Department of Educational Information and Technology, East China Normal University, China

    With the background of artificial intelligence era and new curriculum reform, programming teaching is dedicated to achieving the goals of teachers teaching learners learning methods and... More

    pp. 708-717

  16. Development of Robot Education Curriculum Based Maker Education in Micro:Bit

    Ting Zhang & Bo Jiang, East China Normal University, China

    With the development of primary education informatization, Robots are gradually being applied to the classroom in primary and secondary schools, and robot education based on open source hardware... More

    pp. 718-726

  17. Effects of Brain Breaks on Students’ Perception of Engagement by Gender

    Salma Ali, Texas A&M: College of Education, emphasis on Techn, United States

    Currently, the exploration of the impact of Brain breaks in online or virtual (synchronous) classroom instruction has remained limited in number, especially there is less evidence that compares... More

    pp. 727-730

  18. Pandemic Pedagogy: Lessons from the Canadian Context

    Michael Barbour, Touro University California, United States; Randy LaBonte, Canadian eLearning Network, Canada

    Following the shutdowns and emergency remote teaching in Spring 2020, the 2020-21 school year launched across Canada focused on in person learning (with limited attention to remote learning). As... More

    pp. 731-740

  19. K-12 Online Learning Issues of Marginalized Populations in the U.S. during the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Hannah Chung, Harvard University Secondary School Program, United States; Nari Kim, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, United States

    Inequity in education has been a long-standing problem in the United States and many other countries. Uneven distribution of resources places higher education and opportunities out of reach for... More

    pp. 741-748

  20. Social Presence Amid Physical Distance: Best Practices for K-12 Online Teaching and Implications for Teacher Professional Development

    April Fleetwood, Florida Virtual School, United States; Lodi Lipien, FlexPoint Education Cloud, Florida Virtual School, United States

    Kindergarten-12 educators know from experience that a lack of connection with students results in a lack of student engagement in learning. Likewise, research emphasizes the vital importance... More

    pp. 749-754