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SITE 2002--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Niki Davis

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Number of papers: 878

  1. Introduction to the Educational Computing COurse

    Wren Bump, University of Houston, United States

    THis is the introduction for the Educational Computing Course. It has an R in front of it because it is revised More

    p. 424

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  2. Integrating Media Literacy into a Technology Course for Preservice Secondary Teachers

    Nancy Brownell & Gregg Brownell, Bowling Green State University, United States

    This paper, after briefly explaining the content, placement and delivery method of EDTL 367 - Computer Utilization in the Classroom - Secondary, presents a definition of media literacy and a... More

    pp. 425-429

  3. From Video Tutors to Electronic Portfolios: Using Advanced Screen Capture In Support of Educational Technology Instruction

    Matthew Nickerson & John Bryner, Southern Utah University, United States

    Among the many burgeoning "support" applications that can enhance the technology training of preservice teachers there is new group of simple and inexpensive "advanced screen capture" programs that... More

    pp. 430-431

  4. Redesigning the Educational Computing Course to Incorporate the ISTE Standards

    Wren Bump, University of Houston, United States

    This paper describes the restructuring of the Educational Computing Course CUIN 6320 Technology in the Classroom, a graduate class at the University of Houston. The purpose of the restructuring was... More

    p. 432

  5. Online Optional -- Offering Choices

    Elizabeth Pannell & Sue Espinoza, Texas A&M University-Commerce, United States

    Online-optional class sessions provide students in classes offered via video distance education with an option of attending class in an online mode if they qualify as online-eligible. Students... More

    pp. 433-437

  6. Consistency and Communication: The Benefits of Using an Online Course Management System in a Multi-Section Introductory Computing Course

    Christina Goode, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States

    As the Internet evolves, more instructors are learning how to create Web pages to support classroom activities in order to communicate with their students and provide anytime/anywhere access beyond... More

    pp. 438-439

  7. Preparing Teachers for Digital Distance Education

    Dave Keefe, University of Virginia, United States; Linda Koudelka, Johns Hopkins University, United States; Zarl Schoeny, University of Virginia, United States

    Teachers today are required to integrate technology into their lessons at an ever-escalating rate. Teacher education institutions must prepare their students to teach in tomorrow's classrooms.... More

    pp. 440-441

  8. Technology in the Classroom:A Teaching Unit for K-12 Teachers' Professional Development

    Chien-Chih Lee, Chengshiu Institute of Technology, Taiwan

    According to Duhaney (2001), more than 50% of teachers feel "not prepared at all" or "poorly prepared" to integrate and use technology in the classroom. The purpose of the article is to develop a... More

    pp. 442-443

  9. Digital Technologies and Cultures

    Jimmie Purser, Millsaps College, United States

    As part of our Liberal Studies Program at Millsaps College, which serves our entering students, I have designed and implemented a "Thematic" LS Section entitled "Digital Technologies and Cultures".... More

    pp. 444-445

  10. The IT Fundamentals Curriculum - Online Interactive Technology Skills Modules

    Laurie Ralston, Arizona State University, United States

    In the face of an increasing need for improved technology skills for workers in the United States, The e-Learning Network has created the Informational Technology Fundamentals (ITF) Curriculum. The... More

    pp. 446-447

  11. The Establishment of a Basic Computer Literacy Exam

    Kecia Ray, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, United States

    The twenty-first century brought much change to the face of education but perhaps the most significant change would be the impact technology has on learning. This study exposed the vulnerability of... More

    pp. 448-450

  12. Computer science as a discipline in Germany: the perspective of the professors

    Esther Ruiz Ben, Institut für Informatik und Gesellschaft (Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg), United States

    The professionalisation of Computer Science in Germany is still on its way, that means: It doesn t exist a generally accepted basis, recognised in the changing and diversified nature of the field. ... More

    pp. 451-452

  13. Technology Skills Certificate: A Web-Based Student Demonstration of Basic Technology Skills

    Allen Steckelberg, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States

    Technology plays an important role in facilitating teaching and learning and many teacher preparation programs have made a commitment to prepare graduates to utilize it effectively. An essential... More

    pp. 453-454

  14. A new model for pre-service educational technology classes

    Steve Whitaker, University of Virginia, United States; Mark Hofer, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia, United States

    A new model for pre-service educational technology classes As the integration of technology into K-12 classrooms becomes a standard-driven requirement across the country, teacher education programs... More

    pp. 455-458

  15. Can Standards be Met and Evaluated Through an Online Teacher Education Technology Course? A Case Study

    Caroline Crawford & Jana Willis, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

    Web-basing coursework has been a major focus of universities around the world for the past five- to ten-year period and has resulted in a bell-curve fallout of subject-specific quality coursework. ... More

    pp. 459-462

  16. Training Teachers to Integrate Technology into the Classroom Curriculum: Online versus Face-to-Face Course Delivery

    Jana Willis, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States; Lauren Cifuentes, Texas A&M University, United States

    Jana M. Willis, Ph.D. and Lauren Cifuentes, Ph.D. In response to the challenge for preparing teachers to use technology and teach with it, campus technology teams, colleges, universities, and other... More

    pp. 463-467

  17. Web-based Teacher Education Technology Course

    Caroline Crawford & Jana Willis, UH-Clear Lake, United States

    Due to the numerous areas of growth and further understanding over the past five year period, the growth in the hardware and software tools available for use within the course structure, as well as... More

    pp. 468-469

  18. Personality Assessment of Educational Leaders via Technology

    Pamela Barber Freeman, Prairie View A M University, United States; Michael McFrazier, Prairie View A&M University, United States

    Personality Assessment of Educational Leaders via Technology Pamela T. Barber Freeman, Ph.D. Michael L. McFrazier, Ed.D. Prairie View A.M. University Department of Educational Leadership After... More

    pp. 471-472

  19. Advanced Information Technology Training for Teacher Leaders: Hong Kong Experience

    Wen-Hao Chuang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    The Professional Development Programme for Teacher Leaders - Information Technology in Education is a training programme provided by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University for the Hong Kong SAR... More

    p. 473

  20. Building an Online Tutoring Program: A Blueprint for Success

    Lena Bakir, Bergen Community College, United States; Richard Cortell, Cortell PCS, United States

    Online Tutoring: A Blueprint for Success Many administrative decision-makers in higher education must deal with the results of the ongoing proliferation of instructional technology systems at their... More

    p. 474