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Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2014

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Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2014. Published . ISBN 978-1-9397-9710-0 Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Waynesville, NC.


Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education is now in its sixth year of publication, and has become
one of the most important publications of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE).
This series of books represent the best of the scholarship offered at the SITE international conference, this year held
in Jacksonville, Florida and featuring about 1000 scholars and educators from nearly 60 countries.


Liu, L. & Gibson, D. (Eds.). (2014). Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2014. Waynesville, NC: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved March 20, 2019 from .

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  1. Forward 5
  2. Preface 7


  1. The Construct is in the Eye of the Beholder: School Districts’ Appropriations and Reconceptualizations of TPACK 11
    Judi Harris and Mark Hofer (USA)
  2. Preparing Special Education Teachers to Teach Mathematics and Science with Technology: A Study of Teachers’ Surveys and Lesson Plans 19
    Irina Lyublinskaya and Nelly Tournaki (USA)
  3. Mathematical Content, Pedagogy, and Technology: What It Can Mean to Practicing Teachers 27
    Beth Bos and Kathryn Lee (USA)
  4. Designing an Educational Technology Course for Preservice Social Studies Teachers Based on Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) Survey Results 35
    Mark Hart and Swapna Kumar (USA)
  5. Impact of Design Teams on Preservice Teachers’ TPACK, Attitudes, & Skills 43
    Laurene Johnson (USA)
  6. A Systems Approach for Integrating Multiple Technologies as Important Pedagogical Tools for TPACK 51
    Henry Gillow-Wiles and Margaret L. Niess (USA)


  1. Assessment-Talks and Talking about Assessment: Negotiations of Multimodal Texts at the Boundary 59
    Anna-Lena Godhe and Berner Lindström (Sweden)
  2. From Creation to Curation: Evolution of an Authentic ‘Assessment for Learning’ Task 69
    Peter R Albion (Australia)


  1. Video Self Modeling via iPods: The Road to Independent Task Completion 79
    Julie Bucalos, Debra Bauder and Anne Bucalos (USA)
  2. Using Digital Resources to Support Personalized Learning Experiences in K-12 Classrooms: The Evolution of Mobile Devices as Innovations in Schools 85
    Savilla Banister and Rachel Vannatta Reinhart (USA)
  3. The Impact of a Digital Storytelling Assignment on Non-English-Major-Students’ Motivation for Learning English in a Japanese University 91
    Naoko Kasami (Japan)


  1. Psychosocial and Cognitive Dimensions of the ‘Self’ within Pre-service Teachers’ Reflective Blogs 101
    Shaunna Smith and Rubén Garza (USA)
  2. Patterns of Mathematics Teachers' Characteristics and Beliefs about Computer Use in Education: A Cluster Analytic Approach 111
    Onder KOKLU (Turkey), Elizabeth Jakubowski (USA), Tayfun SERVI(Turkey) and Jiajing Huang (USA)
  3. Guiding Preservice Teacher Candidates to Implement Student-Centered Applications of Technology in the Classroom 131
    Christine J. Anderson and Laura Kieran (USA)