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SITE 2000--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2000

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Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Jerry Willis

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Number of papers: 477

  1. MAT H E MAT I CS

    Michael L. Connell, University of Houston, United States

    pp. 1035-1038

  2. Some Psychological Aspects of Using Information Technologies in Teaching Linear Algebra

    Mikhail Bouniaev, Southern Utah University, United States

    Despite the indisputable advantages of using information technologies in teaching mathematics in general and linear algebra in particular certain problems related to technology-oriented education... More

    pp. 1040-1047

  3. Factors Related to Teacher Use of Technology in Secondary Geometry Instruction

    David Coffland & A.w. Strickland, Idaho State Unversity, United States

    This survey sought to identify variables related to teacher use of technology in secondary level geometry classrooms in southeastern Idaho. The primary variables examined in the study were... More

    pp. 1048-1054

  4. Using WebCT to Deliver a Finite Mathematics Course to Preservice Teachers.

    Harley Weston, University of Regina, Canada

    In the spring of 1998 five faculty members at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada received funding to implement an online version of an introductory mathematics course. This course, ... More

    pp. 1055-1059

  5. Online Conversion of a Technology Based “College Algebra” Course

    Lisa Galminas & Kathy Autrey, Northwestern State University of LA, United States

    The aim of this paper is to report on the authors' experience in designing and implementing an online version of a technology (graphing calculator) based "college algebra" course. College algebra... More

    pp. 1060-1065

  6. Issues in developing an on-line mathematics learning series for middle school teachers

    Jennifer Knudsen, IRL, United States

    Online learning could be an important resource in meeting the need for helping teachers learn more mathematics, which is critical to the success of long-term change in mathematics instruction. We... More

    pp. 1066-1071

  7. Symbolic Computers and Mathematical Objects

    Michael Connell, University of Houston, United States

    Technology is best utilized as a tool for exploring the foundational objects and exploring and varying the underlying nature of the object upon which the abstracted mathematical symbol is... More

    pp. 1072-1076

  8. Exploring Whole Number and Rational Number Division Within a Computer-generated Conceptual Domain

    Stephen Campbell & Gil Fonthal, University of California, Irvine

    In this preliminary report of work in progress we discuss a prototype computer-generated conceptual domain designed to enable learners to explore various visual and symbolic representations of... More

    pp. 1077-1082

  9. Serendipity in Interactive Mathematics: Virtual (Electronic) Manipulatives for Learning Elementary Mathematics

    Lawrence Cannon, Robert Heal & Richard Wellman, Utah State University, United States

    The authors are co-principal investigators for a National Science Foundation project to create a web-based National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for learning mathematics in the elementary... More

    pp. 1083-1088

  10. Using Web Pages to Teach Mathematical Modeling: Some Ideas and Suggestions

    Elliott Ostler & Neal Grandgenett, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States

    Mathematical modeling can perhaps be best defined as "the process of scientific inquiry" for mathematics. This is obviously a comfortable mode for teachers of science, but is rarely seen in the... More

    pp. 1089-1092

  11. Technological Tools to Develop Mathematical Problem Solving

    John E. Bernard, University of Texas - Pan American, United States; Olga M. Ramirez, University of Texas -Pan American, United States

    Problem-solving processes should extend beyond mere working problems by type where students are provided algorithmic approaches to fit situations (e.g., rate, mixture, coin, investment, work)... More

    pp. 1093-1098

  12. The Graph System for Function Graph Construction

    Vladislav Katkov, Institute of Engineering Cybernetics, Belarus

    The system Graph intended for drawing of the function graphs is described. The general algorithm of the graph drawing is described. The function can be set in an explicit, implicit, parametric... More

    pp. 1099-1102

  13. San Antonio Technology in Education Coalition: A Mathematics and Technology Curriculum Integration And Staff Development Project

    Paul Tisdel, San Antonio Urban Systemic Initiative, United States; Lorraine Bratcher, North East ISD, United States; Tom Ledvorowski, Roosevelt H.S., United States; Andy Sorensen, Reagan H.S., United States; Dee Dee Milks, San Antonio ISD, United States

    SATEC seeks to connect student learning to concrete experiences through the seamless and appropriate integration of technology into instruction. A training and application model is being piloted ... More

    pp. 1103-1107

  14. Electronic Teaching Portfolios: Multimedia Skills + Portfolio Development = Powerful Professional Development

    Helen Barrett, University of Alaska Anchorage, United States

    Two bodies of literature define the process for developing electronic teaching portfolios to support long-term professional growth: the multimedia development process (Decide/Assess, Design/Plan,... More

    pp. 1111-1116

  15. Web-Based Student Portfolios in a Graduate Instructional Technology Program

    Melissa Pierson & Siva Kumari, University of Houston, United States

    This paper summarizes our initial plans to implement portfolio assessment for graduate students in our Instructional Technology (IT) program. Specific advantages of portfolios, and electronic and... More

    pp. 1117-1121

  16. Harness the Power of Multimedia Portfolios for Teaching and Learning

    Dennis Holt, United States

    This paper is a report on the development of multimedia portfolios by pre-service teachers who completed their undergraduate internship at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. ... More

    pp. 1122-1125

  17. Learner Assessment in Multimedia Instruction: Considerations for the Instructional Designer

    Joanne Williams, Lynda Abbott, Val Nogues & Holly Siskovic, University of Texas, United States

    pp. 1126-1131

  18. Creating a Web of Evidence: Multimedia Examples of Student Performance

    Fern Tavalin, The WEB Project, United States; Regina Quinn, Walden School, United States

    Students thrive on deep engagement with people who care about their learning, especially when they are trying their hands in new territory. Through experimentation and dialog, mentors, teachers, ... More

    pp. 1132-1137

  19. Design and Development of Interactive Multimedia for Library Research Instruction

    Stephen P. Victor & Shahrzad Vafa, University of Houston, United States

    This paper describes the design and development of a multimedia program that provides instruction in locating, evaluating and citing information in a university library. The paper also discusses... More

    pp. 1138-1143

  20. NE W ME D IA

    Sara McNeil, University of Houston, United States

    pp. 1143-1145