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SITE 1996--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

1996

Editors

Bernard Robin; Jerry D. Price; Jerry Willis; Dee Anna Willis

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 274

  1. Reform: Combining the Writing Process. Computers and Constructivist P Sychology

    Patricia Millman & Margaret Clark, Fairmont State College

    In 1991, the Fairmont State College Department of Education faculty agreed that a three hour course in educational computing should be added to the list of required courses for students majoring in... More

    pp. 172-175

  2. Technology, Reading and Language Arts: A Guide for Reading/language a Rts Teachers

    Liz C. Stephens, Kathryn I. Matthew Jerry Willis

    U. of Houston - Clear Lake Louisiana Tech University University of Houston More

    pp. 176-178

  3. Factors That Affect Teaching Writing With Computers in Schools

    Alex C. Pan & John Zbikowski, U. of Wisconsin - Whitewater

    Ever since computers were introduced into the writing curriculum, writing teachers have tended to assume that the major purpose of technology has been to simplify the process of revision. Now,... More

    pp. 179-181

  4. Incorporating Technology in Preservice Education

    Denise Johnson, University of Central Arkansas

    A goal of any teacher education program is to adequately prepare all preservice teachers by integrating technology into the curriculum. One common practice for achieving this goal is to require a... More

    pp. 182-183

  5. Electronic Conversations Between Middle Grade Students and Preservice/inservice Teachers

    Mary Ann Kolloff & Darlene Ogden, Eastern Kentucky University

    School/university collaboration has existed for some time with placement of student teachers in school, and with varieties of ventures in inservice education. However, currently there is a new... More

    pp. 184-186

  6. NO HABLA ESPAÑOL? NO PROBLEM IN a TECHNOLOGY- ORIENTED C LASSROOM

    Christene K. Bennett, Jerry A. Bennett

    Roswell Independent School District Eastern New Mexico University The state of New Mexico leads the nation in our country’s inevitable movement toward a multicultural population. Our population... More

    pp. 187-188

  7. Technology in Pre-Service Teacher Education: Creating Classroom Materials

    Shirley A. Long & Sue P. Reehm, Eastern Kentucky University

    Not available. More

    pp. 189-191

  8. Marriage of Convenience or True Romance: Technology and Course Assessment

    Maryanne R. Bednar, La Salle University

    Heeding the call to more fully integrate technology and method course content, many teacher educators have incorporated technology in their content and curriculum courses via direct instruction,... More

    pp. 192-196

  9. BUILDING ATTITUDES: HOW a TECHNOLOGY COURSE AFFECTS PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES ABOUT TECHNOLOGY

    Leslee Pelton, University of Victoria; Timothy W. Pelton, Brigham Young University

    Despite the increased availability of computers in schools, many teachers are hesitant to include use of computers in their instruction. Although many teachers believe computers are an important... More

    pp. 199-204

  10. CHANGING TEACHERS’ VIEWS OF TECHNOLOGY

    Nancy M. Wentworth, Brigham Young University

    Not available. More

    pp. 205-208

  11. Interests of Mathematical I Nteractive Instruments in Teacher Training

    Georges-Louis Baron, Eric Bruillard

    Institut Universitaire de Formation Institut National de Recherche des Ma(cid:238)tres de CrØteil (France) More

    pp. 209-212

  12. PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF TECHNOLOGY AS a SURROGATE FOR FIELD EXPERIENCES

    pp. 213-217

  13. Changing Relationships Between Students and the Computer

    pp. 218-220

  14. Teacher Change Process: A Tale of Two Schools

    Sonja Kung, Elaine Hutchinson

    Univ. of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Univ. of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Two primary reform documents, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Curriculum and Evalua tion Standards (1989)... More

    pp. 221-223

  15. A Professional Development Model for Technology, Mathematics, and Science

    Ray R. Buss, Keith A. Wetzel Ron Zambo

    Arizona State Univ. West Arizona State Univ. West Arizona State Univ. West Technology will change the face of science and mathematics education. Classrooms connected to the world-wide web will... More

    pp. 224-227

  16. The Role of Technology in Improving Mathematics and Science for Students in Urban Schools

    Yolanda N. Padr, Hersholt C. Waxman

    University of Houston(cid:151)Clear Lake University of Houston More

    pp. 228-233

  17. Constructivism and Ssdma - Implications of Two Learning Theories on Technology Use in Mathematics Teacher Education

    Michael L. Connell, University of Houston; Mikhail Bouniaev, Southern Utah University

    This paper presents a comparative analysis of practical recommendations for using technologies in teaching two themes of pre-algebra course based on a theory of contructivism and theory of stage-by... More

    pp. 234-239

  18. Empowering Mathematics and Science Teachers With Alternative a Ssessment

    Draga Vidakovic, Glenda S. Carter Sarah B. Berenson

    North Carolina State Univ. North Carolina State Univ. North Carolina State Univ. More

    pp. 240-243

  19. VIDEOTAPE—AN ILLUSTRATIVE TOOL FOR ANALYSIS OF GROUP AND MATERIAL I NTERDEPENDENCE

    Sandra L. Atkins & Kathleen Benghiat, Cleveland State University

    Designing an environment in which preservice teachers will develop a critical eye in terms of mathematics teaching and learning is an intriguing challenge. How can mathematics teacher educators... More

    pp. 244-248

  20. Technology and Algebraic Thinking in the Middle Grades

    Ann Crawford, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, United States

    pp. 249-252