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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 18, 2019

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Kevin Graziano

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Number of papers: 443

  1. Inclusive Instructional Design and UDL Around the World

    Susie Gronseth, University of Houston, United States; Elizabeth Dalton, University of Rhode Island, United States; Radhike Khanna, Om Creations Trust and Shraddha Charitable Trust, India; Boris Alvarez, Irma Iglesias & Paola Vergara, Fellow Group, Chile; Jeanne Carey Ingle & Heather Pacheco-Guffrey, Bridgewater State University, United States; Debra Bauder & Katherine Cooper, University of Louisville, United States; Cindy Anderson, Roosevelt University, United States; Kevin Anderson, University of Michigan, United States; Vivian Intatano, Raja Soliman Science & Technology High School, Philippines; Peggy Semingson & Kathryn Pole, University of Texas-Arlington, United States; Kerry Armstrong, Brenda Boreham & Terri Mack, Strong Nations, Canada; Lisa Harris, Winthrop University, United States; Dave Edyburn, University of Central Florida, United States; Janet Arndt, Gordon College, United States; Britt Tatman Ferguson, National University, United States; Nili Luo, Southwestern College, United States; Lindsay Yearta, Winthrop University, United States

    This UDL-focused symposium features scholars from around the world who are chapter authors in the upcoming book (Routledge) titled Universal Access Through Inclusive Instructional Design:... More

    pp. 1-5

  2. MOOC as a way to raise inclusion awareness in society: Portuguese case study

    Manuela Francisco, Luís Filipe, Rita Cadima, Célia Sousa, Catarina Mangas, Graça Seco, Sandra Alves, Renato Coelho & Joana Sousa, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal

    The inclusion of people with some kind of limitation or disability in different daily contexts has been one of the mottoes of our modern society, as a result of the changes experienced over the... More

    pp. 6-12

  3. Practicing and prospective teachers’ pedagogical reasoning about using technology in their educational practice: Part 1

    Joke Voogt, University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Michael Phillips, Monash University, Australia; Ottavia Trevisan & Marina de Rossi, University of Padova, Italy; Anneke Smits, Henk La Roi & Roland Bruijn, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Judi Harris & Mark Hofer, William & Mary School of Education, United States; Petra Fisser, Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development, Netherlands

    In 1986, Shulman introduced the concept of pedagogical reasoning and action as an important means for teachers to continually professionalize and improve their teaching. This concept also helps us ... More

    pp. 13-16

  4. UDL for Inclusive Science Education

    Heather Pacheco-Guffrey & Jeanne Ingle, Bridgewater State University, United States

    Universal design for learning (UDL) (Meyer, Rose & Gordon, 2014) suggests that we can create learning experiences that are accessible and effective for the wide range of learners. English learners ... More

    pp. 17-19

  5. The Effectiveness of On-line Practicum Courses in Medical Education

    Asmaa Radwan, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    Quality health care is a necessity for many people. Medical students are required to develop a level of competence in patient diagnosis before they start practicing on live patients. This paper... More

    pp. 20-23

  6. Near peer video-based observations: Using student teaching videos to train aspiring school

    W. Sean Kearney & James Jurica, Texas A&M University San Antonio, United States

    This study examines the value of using near peer video-based observations to help train aspiring future teachers. Undergraduate students enrolled in a public university in the Southwestern United ... More

    pp. 24-28

  7. Trends in Rural Area School Librarian Candidates’ Technology Acceptance and Adoption

    Haihong Hu, University of Central Arkansas, United States

    This presentation will showcase a study on graduate teacher candidates’ trends of changes in technology acceptance while they learn about and integrate media and technologies in their current or... More

    pp. 29-34

  8. "It was just doing what you know about and move on, you know, just to survive". A beginning elementary teacher’s story of using technology in the classroom during her first two years.

    Ya-Huei Lu, East Carolina University, United States

    The purpose of this case study is to present an in-depth story of a beginning first-grade teacher, Luly, conceptualized technology integration and the degree to which technology was infused in her ... More

    pp. 35-39

  9. A program for success: A reflective structure to enrich preschool children’s mathematical reasoning

    Kelley Buchheister, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States

    Innovative technology, such as coding tools, can build problem solving skills; and in recent years, coding seems to have emerged as the new “hot item” in education. Although tangible coding tools... More

    pp. 40-48

  10. The Effects of Gender and Literacy in the Development of Computational Thinking Skills in 6th Grade Students

    Gerald Ardito, Pace University, United States; Betul Czerkawski, University of Arizona South, United States

    This study investigated the effects of gender and literacy in the development of computational thinking in sixth grade students through their participation in a four-week robotics program. A... More

    pp. 49-51

  11. Bricklayer: Mathematics through Art and Coding

    Michelle Friend, Paula Jakopovic, Betty Love & Victor Winter, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States

    Bricklayer is a system that allows people to use programming to create images and other visual artifacts. It has been used with students from elementary school through college in order to support... More

    pp. 52-54

  12. Changing the Game: Teaching Elementary Mathematics Through Coding

    Paula Jakopovic, Michelle Friend, Betty Love & Victor Winter, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States

    In the current climate of a technology-centered world and standards-based educational system, the vision of including computer science and computational thinking at the elementary level has gained ... More

    pp. 55-60

  13. Using TPACK to Teach #FutureTeachers in an Undergraduate Integrating Technology with Teaching Course

    Julia Parra, New Mexico State University, United States

    A learning technologies course, Integrating Technology with Teaching (ITT) is being redesigned to address the needs of 1) an educator preparation program, and 2) the needs of students preparing to ... More

    pp. 61-64

  14. Teaching through the eyes of a robot Using Robotic Telepresence to Facilitate Early Field Experiences for Pre-Service Teachers

    Shawn Daley, Michigan State University, United States; Stephanie Murphy, Concordia University, United States

    The purpose of this exploratory study was to examine the reactions of preservice teachers to the use of robotic telepresence in early field experiences in their Master of Arts in Teaching program. ... More

    pp. 65-70

  15. TOPRACE Model: A Practice of Online Instruction

    John Ronghua Ouyang, University of North Florida, United States

    Along with the development of Web technology and mobile learning, more and more programs at higher education are delivered online, more and more courses are taught online. The common platform of... More

    pp. 71-75

  16. Exploring messaging in STEM YouTube Videos

    Laurie O. Campbell, Tara Gibson, Jason Pollack & Stacy Watkins, University of Central Florida, United States

    Abstract: Female and ethnic minorities are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Sociocultural influencers, such as YouTubers, may be contributing to STEM awareness... More

    pp. 76-80

  17. Social Media Closing the Distance in Online Education

    Lee Heller, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    Few would argue against the idea that distance education has become an explosive ripple within our educational norm. Students are seeking and taking more online courses than ever before. There has ... More

    pp. 81-91

  18. Justin’s Path to Learning Fractions Through Coding

    Lorraine Jacques, Louisiana Tech University, United States

    This paper describes the process that Justin (pseudonym), an 8th grade student with learning disabilities, developed his understanding of fraction magnitude by creating and coding a game about... More

    pp. 92-96

  19. #SocialMediaEd: Perspectives on Teaching about and with Social Media in Higher Education

    Christine Greenhow, Michigan State University, United States; Benjamin Gleason, Iowa State University, United States; Daniel Krutka, University of North Texas, United States; Tonia Dousay, University of Idaho, United States; Jeff Carpenter, Elon University, United States

    Within the field of education and informational technology, technologies like social media — near ubiquitous in the lives of today’s high school and college students — raise interesting questions... More

    pp. 97-100

  20. Rocket Roundup

    Scott McKay, Mark Geary, Jim Maloney, Jennifer Nash & Jacob Geary, Dakota State University, United States

    This paper provides an overview of best practices and methods for middle and high school teachers successfully conducting rocket launches with their students. Rocketry offers a way to demonstrate... More

    pp. 101-107