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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. What Teachers Need to Know About Hypermedia

    Wing S. Cheung, University of Wollongong, Australia

    In recent years, the fast pace of computer hardware and software development allows educators to use the hypermedia technology in schools. However, hypermedia technology is new to some teachers.... More

    pp. 578-581

  2. Using Toolbook to Create Computer-Based Instruction: Some Examples

    Doris Lee, Pennsylvania State University Great Valley Graduate Center

    The use of hypertext (hypermedia) or multimedia technology to develop computer-based instructional (CBI) lessons has became increasingly common among in-service teachers. Some of the popular... More

    pp. 582-584

  3. Cd Repurposing to Focus the Multimedia Experience for Health Education

    Eunice M. Merideth, Drake University; Pamela E. Richards, Central College

    Of all the methods published about how to get into shape and stay fit, none are more confusing and inaccurate than those that guarantee fitness and wellness for life if an individual partakes of a ... More

    pp. 585-588

  4. A Multimedia Examination of the Software Selection and Integration Process

    pp. 589-593

  5. The Future of Education and Multimedia

    Meredith G. Murray, Pierian Spring Software

    Can you believe it was just over 10 years ago that we first glimpsed an advertisement for Macintosh Computers during a commercial break for the 1984 Superbowl? Today, 11 years later, Macintosh is a... More

    pp. 594-595

  6. A Practitioner Validated List of Competencies Needed for Courseware Authoring

    Sara McNeil, University of Houston

    The purpose of this study was to develop a practitioner-validated list of competencies needed by educators to author multimedia courseware. There are many viewpoints on the competencies that... More

    pp. 596-602

  7. A Two-Course Technology Sequence for College Music Education Majors

    Rodney Schmidt, East Carolina University

    Research has identified training as one of the most important factors influencing successful technology implementa-tion in classroom instruction and its integration into course delivery (Burkholder... More

    pp. 603-604

  8. Dance, Education, and Technology: A Postmodern Approach

    Pegge Vissicaro, Arizona State University

    Excitement of the rapidly approaching twenty-first century has stimulated interest in reexamining methods by which people learn. Observation and analysis reveals the necessity for instruction to... More

    pp. 605-608

  9. Collaboratively-Created Multimedia Modules for Teachers and Professors

    Ronald M. Stammen, North Dakota State University

    An initiative was established to create instructional modules for K-12 teachers and university professors interested in learning how to utilize multimedia in the classroom. It is based upon the... More

    pp. 609-611

  10. Coaching Pre- and In-Service Educators in Facilitating Student-Created Multimedia Projects

    Palmer W. Agnew & Anne S. Kellerman, Binghamton University; Jeanine M. Meyer, Pace University

    We all know the tremendous excitement that multimedia and multimedia over the Internet can bring to a class room. We know that not enough classrooms have experienced this excitement. Even in... More

    pp. 612-615

  11. Multimedia as an Observation Tool for Preservice and Inservice Teachers

    Effie Simmonds, College of Staten Island

    Not available. More

    pp. 616-619

  12. WORKING LIKE HAL: COMPUTER DOMINATED MULTIMEDIA TEACHING, BEFORE 2001!

    John A. Swartz, Sam Houston State University

    Around 1901 President Roosevelt climbed aboard the primitive new 60 ft. Submarine, the Plunger, with its seven man crew and sailed into the rough water of the Long Island Sound. After the President... More

    pp. 620-621

  13. EDUCATOR’S ELECTRONIC TOOLBOX: JOURNEY TO a NEW LEVEL OF LITERACY

    Eunice M. Merideth & Hilda L. Williams, Drake University

    The year was 1893, and the magic lantern was among the latest technological advances when W. C. Monsell wrote about the age of illustration.“The age of illustration is upon us, and illustrate we... More

    pp. 622-627

  14. The Effects of Modeling Interactive Instructional Technology on Preservice Student Hypercard Projects

    Susan Gay, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    The use of technology is increasing rapidly in classrooms across the country. In order to provide new teachers with the necessary skills to use these tools effectively, preservice teacher education... More

    pp. 628-631

  15. The EFFECTS OF I NSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY ON PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ LESSON DESIGN

    James A. Telese, Badrul H. Khan

    University of Texas at Brownsville University of Texas at Brownsville Teacher education programs have recognized the need to infuse technology into their pre-service teaching curricu lum.... More

    pp. 632-634

  16. DEVELOPING PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ COMPUTER COMPETENCIES

    Rich Valde, Randy Bower & Rex Thomas, Iowa State University

    As teacher educators, we are being overwhelmed by the competencies required to prepare preservice teachers to effectively use computer technology. We see the need for preservice teachers to first... More

    pp. 636-639

  17. Project Simulate: Teaching Preservice and Inservice Teachers the Use of Computer Simulations

    Ron Zambo, Peter Rillero Jo Cleland

    Arizona State Univ. West Arizona State Univ. West Arizona State Univ. West More

    pp. 640-644

  18. Developing Simulations for Teacher Education

    Nancy Hunt, California State University, Fresno; Rebecca Brent, East Carolina University

    Teacher education programs are charged with preparing graduates who can effectively work with diverse student populations in an array of professional environments. Each K-12 classroom is a complex ... More

    pp. 645-647

  19. The Td Simulation: An Interactive Vehicle for Mapping Teaching D Ecisions

    Harold R. Strang, University of Virginia

    This paper describes a newly developed Windows-based Visual Basic program, the Teaching Decisions (TD) Simula tion. This instructional tool encourages preservice teachers to engage in a chain of... More

    pp. 648-651

  20. Responding to Student Learning Styles Within a Visual Basic Simulation

    Harold R. Strang, Amie K. Sullivan & Yu-Chu Yeh, University of Virginia

    Building on the research that Strang and Yeh (1995) conducted with the Curry Teaching Simulation, this study employs the recently developed Teaching Decisions (TD) Simulation (Strang, 1996) to... More

    pp. 652-654