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

2000

Editors

Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Jerry Willis

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Number of papers: 477

  1. A Collaborative Technology Partnership

    Alice A. Christie, Arizona State University West, United States

    Partnerships between universities and local K-12 school districts provide learning opportunities for university professors, K-12 students and teachers, and pre-service teachers enrolled in... More

    pp. 1470-1473

  2. Changing Preservice Teacher Education: A New Paradigm Integrating Technology

    Henry D. Dobson, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, United States

    This paper will describe a project that was designed to create teachers for the 21 st century by raising the minimum technology requirements in their course of study. This project required future ... More

    pp. 1474-1477

  3. Using Technology in Field Experience in Regular and Special Education

    Cindy Anderson, Southeast Missouri State University, United States; Kevin Anderson, Kenosha Unified School District, United States

    Preliminary results of a study designed to measure the effectiveness of two Funding for Results grants at Southeast Missouri State University are shared. These grants allowed the purchase of ... More

    pp. 1478-1486

  4. Getting Program and Faculty Up to Speed for NCATE 2000 Standards Project EXCITE

    Marsha Gladhart & Jeri Carroll, Wichita State University, United States

    This paper provides a model for revising curriculum and training faculty to integrate technology into instruction while meeting new NCATE standards for teacher education units. Identified as key ... More

    pp. 1487-1494

  5. The Viewing and Doing Technology Project: Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers

    Elizabeth Stephens, Southwest Texas State University, United States

    Southwest Texas State University's (SWT) Center for Professional Development and Technology (CPDT) is a university-school partnership that involves 20 school sites and more than 300 preservice... More

    pp. 1495-1498

  6. Using the Internet to Promote Technology Integration, Higher-order Thinking Skills and Motivation

    Nancy Maushak, LeAnn Lincecum & Laura Martin, Texas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this paper is to share the findings of a study that examines issues regarding K-12 integration of Internet instruction. The main thrust of this project involves the development of a... More

    pp. 1499-1504

  7. Advancement of Student Technology Integration Skills through University Pre-service Coursework

    Rhonda Christensen & Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States

    In the United States (U.S.) there is a shortage of new teachers possessing skills to integrate technology into the classroom. The U.S. Department of Education has recognized this problem and has... More

    pp. 1505-1510

  8. Giving Teachers the Tools They Need to Integrate Technology

    Linda Runyon & Donna Lund, Robert Morris College, United States

    Today, elementary teachers often are required to integrate technology in their classrooms and to teach students to utilize technology. In Pennsylvania, preservice elementary teachers typically... More

    pp. 1511-1516

  9. Technology-Using Teachers: How Powerful Visions and Student-Centered Beliefs Fuel Exemplary Practice

    Peggy Ertmer, Eva Ross & Sangeetha Gopalakrishnan, Purdue University, United States

    This research examined the pedagogical beliefs and classroom practices of seventeen exemplary technology-using teachers. Open-ended questionnaire, interview, and observation data were collected... More

    pp. 1519-1524

  10. TEACHERS' BELIEFS ABOUT TECHNOLOGY, TEACHING, LEARNING, AND THEIR ROLE IN SHAPING PLANS FOR CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY USE

    Andrew Topper, GVSU School of Education, United States

    Teachers' beliefs about teaching and learning shape their approach to planning and carrying out curricular activities in the classroom. These beliefs are filters through which teachers make sense ... More

    pp. 1525-1527

  11. The Effects of Technology on the Attitudes of Classroom Teachers (E-TACT)

    Jan Anyan, Winn Parish School System, United States; Charlotte Owens & Dale Magoun, University of Louisiana at Monroe, United States

    Everyday, one sees or hears news about the latest advancements in educational technology and what these new technologies can do for our children and their learning environment. The focus of these ... More

    pp. 1528-1533

  12. Student View of Classroom Technology Use

    Karen Paquette, Jennifer Warren & Morris Beers, SUNY Brockport, United States

    Nine schools in a large suburban school district were selected to receive training on the use of information technology. Teachers were trained to use the World Wide Web, create their own web... More

    pp. 1534-1538

  13. The Effects of Fifth Dimension on Preservice Teacher Beliefs

    Melanie W. Greene & Sara Olin Zimmerman, Appalachian State University, United States

    This research report summarizes the results of a study conducted on a group of undergraduates enrolled in an introductory preservice teacher education course. In this study participants were... More

    pp. 1539-1543

  14. Preschool Software: Developmentally Appropriate or Marketing Ploy?

    Robin McGrew-Zoubi & Joan Prouty, Sam Houston State University, United States

    This paper describes a study of software targeted to preschool children. Preservice teachers observed young children at work, reviewed the literature available on computers and young children, and... More

    pp. 1544-1547

  15. INSTRUCTIONAL SOFTWARE EVALUATION CRITERIA USED BY THE TEACHERS: IMPLICATIONS FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

    Muge Nisanci, Ministry of National Education, Turkey

    This study examines the perception of basic education school teachers on the theoretically developed educational software evaluation criteria from the viewpoint of actual users. Data was... More

    pp. 1548-1552

  16. RE S E A R CH

    Neelam Kher, Reagan Curtis & Kimberly Walker McAlister, Northwestern State University, United States

    pp. 1552-1553

  17. Correlations between Teacher Characteristics and Teacher Attitudes toward Multimedia Development among Teachers Utilizing the Multimedia Authoring Program, HyperStudio

    Dorothy Sammons & Albert Strickland, Idaho State University, United States

    This study examined possible correlations between certain teacher characteristics and teacher attitudes toward multimedia development among teacher creating multimedia projects in teacher-teams and... More

    pp. 1553-1557

  18. Integrating Technology at the Pre-Service Teacher Level: Examining the Process of Change

    Vera Gershner, Sharla Snider, Ann Huestis & Jeanne Foster, Texas Woman's University, United States

    According to Shaw (1998) in his Report to the President on the Use of Technology to Strengthen K-12 Education in the United States, "a large scale program of rigorous, systematic research on . . . ... More

    pp. 1558-1565

  19. Preservice Teachers' Perception of the Teachers' Role in the Classroom with Computers

    Yu-mei Wang, University of Guam

    This study investigated preservice teachers' perceptions of the teachers' role in the classroom with computers. The teachers' role was measured as teacher-centeredness and student-centeredness.... More

    pp. 1566-1573

  20. Student Teachers' Perception and Practice of the Computer Use during the Practicum

    Yu-mei Wang, University of Guam

    This study investigated the student teachers perception and practice regarding the computer use during the practicum in terms of their teaching styles. The student teachers' teaching styles were ... More

    pp. 1574-1581