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SITE 2013--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 25, 2013

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Ron McBride; Michael Searson

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Number of papers: 881

  1. Examining Doctoral Students’ Formal and Informal Technology Education

    Debra R Sprague, Melissa Pierczynski & Theresa Wills, George Mason University, United States

    Research has shown that the best way to have teachers learn to integrate technology into their classrooms is to have it modeled by faculty in their teacher preparation program. In order for this... More

    pp. 1435-1440

  2. Infusing the National Educational Technology Standards into a Teacher Education Program

    Susan Sutton, Roane State, United States; Jeanne Anderson, St. Cloud State University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to examine the current state of the School of Education technologies; in what ways these technologies are being utilized within the teacher education courses, and how ... More

    pp. 1441-1446

  3. Better together: Team facilitation in asynchronous online discussion forums

    Zsuzsanna Szabo & Alexander Lopez, Marist College, United States

    Constructivist models of education are commonly used in the classrooms for face-to-face course offerings where group work and cooperative teaching methods are successful and students are motivated ... More

    pp. 1447-1450

  4. Technical Education Teaching – How to Teach

    ProfJagannath Prasad Tegar, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research ( Govt. of India) BHOPAL, India; Prof Vijay K. Agarwal, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research Govt. of India) BHOPAL, India; Prof Ajay Kumar Sarathe, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (Govt. of India) BHOPAL, India

    Abstract:Every teacher must know the aims and objective of technical education. Teacher’s role is not merely teaching a subject, what is prescribed in curriculum and what is printed in book. It is ... More

    pp. 1451-1459

  5. Inspiring Adjunct Faculty to Integrate Technology into Instruction

    Merryellen Towey Schulz, College of Saint Mary, United States; Lindsey Schulz, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    Adjunct instructors play a tremendous role in educating preservice teachers. Due to the nature of the adjunct hiring process, instructors often work in less than ideal conditions where they are... More

    pp. 1460-1463

  6. How Teacher Certification Programs Must Change to Meet the Growing Demand for Online Classes

    Christopher Vieira & Glenn DeVoogd, California State University, Fresno: Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership, United States

    Many teachers are graduating their certification programs with high qualifications to teach students in traditional classrooms, but lack the skills necessary to teach in the 21st century online... More

    pp. 1464-1466

  7. 21st Century Educators: Teaching with Technology

    Sharon Woodall, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, United States

    The 21st century is here. This article focuses on how the widespread use of technology is affecting educational processes. Teachers are responsible to teach technology in the classroom, even if... More

    pp. 1467-1471

  8. Role of Digital Storytelling in Interdisciplinary Collaborative Teaching

    Melda N. Yildiz, Kean University, United States

    This presentation outlines the role of innovative interdisciplinary collaborations among the Asian Studies faculty in various disciplines; offers creative strategies and possibilities for... More

    pp. 1472-1476

  9. Documenting UVa’s Future; An Oral History of the Ouster and Reinstatement

    John Alexander, UVa, United States

    A course offered at the University of Virginia in the fall of 2012 took advantage of a learning opportunity that had been created by the Board of Visitors when they ousted and then reinstated the... More

    pp. 1477-1485

  10. Best Reading Practices: Incorporating Multi-media Projects

    Lynnwood Belvin, Debra Belvin, Leslie Marlow & Duane Inman, Berry College, United States

    This panel will demonstrate, via a multi-media presentation and discussion how we, individually and collectively, have integrated multi-media projects focusing on textual interactions throughout... More

    pp. 1486-1490

  11. Digital Storytelling in a pre-service teachers’ classroom: a Community of Practice

    Agnes Chigona, Janet Condy, Eunice Ivala & Daniela Gachago, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

    The aim of this study was to understand how digital storytelling (DST) production led a group of pre-service teachers to create a shared understanding that bound them together to successfully... More

    pp. 1491-1498

  12. Augmented Education: How can augmented reality be incorporated into pre-service teacher education to help K-12 students?

    Rich Clemens, Steve Purcell & David Slykhuis, James Madison University, United States

    This roundtable is to foster discussions on the affordances of augmented reality in education. As augmented reality has become more common place with the wide spread proliferation of hand held... More

    pp. 1499-1502

  13. American Indian Sign Language (AISL) Digital Corpus

    Jeffrey Davis, The University of Tennessee, United States

    This poster presentation features highlights from an extensive multimedia digital collection of American Indian Sign Language (AISL) documentary materials. The AISL corpus of lexical signs,... More

    pp. 1503-1508

  14. Mobile Media Learning: Amazing Uses of Mobile Devices for Learning

    Seann Dikkers, Ohio University, United States

    Recently the Horizon report noted that mobile media learning is fast becoming a relevant media for learning (Johnson et al, 2011). In addition, innovative teachers across the country are starting... More

    pp. 1509-1644

  15. Tools, Tasks, and Strategies: Multimodal Shadowplays and Digital Storytelling

    Brian Giza, University of Texas at El Paso, United States

    Shadow plays have a long history in a variety of world cultures. In the activity described in this paper, the Tools, Tasks, and Strategies framework for technology integration is used to describe... More

    pp. 1645-1651

  16. Tensions and contradictions when creating multimodal texts in language education

    Anna-Lena Godhe & Berner Lindström, IT-faculty, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

    Education in general and language education in particular has historically been associated with the ability to use written and spoken language to acquire, as well as display, knowledge. With the... More

    pp. 1652-1659

  17. Using New Technologies to Improve Qualitative Research Methods for Teacher Education and Evaluation of Performance

    Jonathan Gratch & Scott Warren, University of North Texas, United States; Jian Zhang, Texas Woman's University, United States

    Qualitative methods have long been criticized for their time consuming process and narrow focus. The use of visual ethnography in research is as old as film itself. Critical Cine Ethnography... More

    pp. 1660-1665

  18. Tap the pages: Creating interactive electronic books with engaging art content for learners

    Kevin Hsieh, Georgia State University, United States

    This presentation will demonstrate the steps necessary to create an interactive digital book, and shows several e-books created by pre-service art teachers for the purpose of teaching studio art,... More

    p. 1666

  19. The Advantage and Disadvantage of Giving Students a Choice of Expression: Digital Storytelling or PowerPoint Presentation

    Naoko Kasami, J. F. Oberlin University, Japan

    This study reviews how the student-selectable assignment was introduced in computer literacy education of a university in Tokyo, and focuses on advantages and disadvantages in giving students a... More

    pp. 1667-1672

  20. Examining the 5th Grade English Language Learners’ First Experience of Writing Digital Stories: A Case Study

    Yesim Kesli Dollar & Aylin Tekiner Tolu, Bahcesehir University, Turkey

    The aim of this qualitative case study was to investigate the implementation of digital story writing in an English as a foreign language classroom in terms of teacher and student motivation,... More

    pp. 1673-1677