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



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

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 274

  1. Components of a Collaborative D Esign Environment

    Ron Abate, Cleveland State University

    Developing instructional multimedia requires the efforts of many individuals. Each individual offers specific talents and varying levels of understanding to the development process. Assembling a... More

    pp. 657-659

  2. Utilizing Multimedia Technology as an Evaluation Tool for Supervision in the Microteaching Laboratory

    Linda Hayes, Cleveland State University

    HyperCard accommodates the development of an assessment instrument that can be used by supervisors in the micro-teaching lab. The benefit of using HyperCard with a predetermined teaching evaluation... More

    pp. 660-661

  3. Creating Technology Assisted I Nstructional Materials for Teacher Education

    Kathleen Benghiat, Cleveland State Univ.

    Not available. More

    pp. 662-664

  4. A Case Study: Developing Multimedia Training for Teachers

    pp. 665-668

  5. A Case Study: Selecting Design Models for Multimedia T Raining

    Marilyn Nelson, Ron Stammen Dale Y. Hoskisson

    Valley City State Univ. North Dakota State Univ. North Dakota State Univ. More

    pp. 669-673

  6. Research-Based Message Design Strategies for Multimedia Presentations

    Elizabeth Downs & Kenneth Clark, Georgia Southern University

    As the sophistication of presentation programs increases, the designer is capable of implementing a multitude special effects into the design of projected multimedia presentations for group... More

    pp. 674-676

  7. Principles of Effective Graphic Design for Teaching I N Distance Education

    Paul Fu, Barry University; John Ronghua Ouyang, Kennesaw State College

    As technology is changing and reshaping the world of public school education, one of the new challenges that teachers face is to teach in a distance education environment. Teachers are challenged... More

    pp. 677-680

  8. Designing a Journal System for Learning From Field Experience in Teacher Education

    James M. Laffey & Dale Musser, University of Missouri-Columbia

    Not available. More

    pp. 681-685

  9. Producing Laserdiscs for Teaching Math and Science

    David W. Forman, Georgetown College

    In an article called “Short Story Science”, Linda Roach and James Wandersee (1993) noted that while science is a process of constructing and applying knowledge, science students often treat it as... More

    pp. 686-688

  10. A Case of Multimedia I Nstruction and Program Design

    Brian L. Millhoff, University of Guam

    The design or building of computer applications has long been seen as the domain of trained programmers, computer scientists, and mathematicians. But as micro-computer technology enters its fourth ... More

    pp. 689-693

  11. Teaching Teachers to Use Telecommunications: The British Columbia Experience

    Trish Main, British Columbia Ministry of Education

    British Columbia is Canada’s westernmost province with a population of approximately 3.5 million people. Over 50% of the population resides in the southernmost, coastal region of the province and... More

    pp. 696-699

  12. The I-Mast Project: The Institute for Math, Assessment, Science, and Technology

    Michael Speziale & John Kachurick, College Misericordia

    As reported in Fitzsimmons & Kerpleman (1994), the most recent data from the National Assessment of Educational Programs (NAEP) in math and science is disconcerting. The NAEP found that math and... More

    pp. 700-703

  13. Attitudes of Inservice Teachers Toward Internet Integration: Three Case Studies

    pp. 704-705

  14. The Design and Development of a Distance Education Training Model

    Thomas J. Davidson, West Georgia College

    Not available. More

    pp. 706-710

  15. Interactive Telecommunications in Teacher Education: The First Year

    Morris I. Beers, State University of New York; Mary Jo Orzech & State University, College at Brockport

    In the Fall semester of 1994 the State University of New York College at Brockport (SUNY Brockport) began using a state of the art interactive telecommunications studio. The Rochester Area... More

    pp. 711-713

  16. The Northern Tier Rural Distance Learning Consortium: A Higher Education Perspective

    Michael Speziale & Ken Jordan, College Misericordia

    The teleconferencing industry is experiencing a tremendous surge that has surpassed predictions by industry analysts. Although this technology was first used in the corporate world, education has... More

    pp. 714-715

  17. E-Mail and E-Journals: Enriching Field Experiences and Methods Classes

    Andrew J. Brovey, Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania

    The initial implementation of electronic mail as a communication tool for participants in an undergraduate Secondary Practicum and Methods teacher education course is the focus of this paper.... More

    pp. 716-720

  18. Technology Staff Development via Distance Learning: Lessons Learned

    Mary Bird, Univ. of Central Florida

    Not available. More

    pp. 721-724

  19. Using Telecommunications to Provide Inservice Training in Technology Enhanced Instruction

    Janice E. J. Woodrow, University of British Columbia

    What is Technology Enhanced Instruction (TEI)? How can inservice TEI teacher training be provided at a distance? How can matters related to facilities and cost, teaching strategies, learning... More

    pp. 725-729

  20. Electronic-Mail Journals in Teacher Education

    Sandra B. Cooper, Texas Tech University

    A current trend in teacher education courses is the implementation of various forms of technology. These various forms range from using computers in presentations to the use of calculators in... More

    pp. 732-733