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Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2012 eBook

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Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2012. Published . ISBN 978-1-8800-9496-9 Publisher: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.


This book includes 23 selected papers submitted by members of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). The book is available in both digital and hard copy formats.


Maddux, C.D. & Gibson, D. (2012). Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2012. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. Retrieved March 18, 2018 from .

Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2012





Peer Review Panel



TPACK: TeChnologiCAl, PedAgogiCAl, ConTenT Knowledge

Testing an Instrument Using Structured Interviews to Assess Experienced Teachers’ TPACK

Judi Harris, Neal Grandgenett, and Mark Hofer (USA)


Using TPACK for Analysing Teachers’ Task Design: Understanding Change in a 1:1-Laptop Setting

Martin Tallvid, Johan Lundin and Berner Lindström (Sweden)


TPACK Research with Inservice Teachers: Where’s the TCK?

Mark Hofer and Judi Harris (USA)


SimulATionS in TeACher eduCATion

Teacher Education with simSchool

David Gibson (USA)


Simulating Students with Learning Disabilities in Virtual Classrooms: A Validation Study

Sita Periathiruvadi, Tandra Tyler-Wood, Gerald Knezek, and Rhonda Christensen (USA)


Situated Online: Theoretical Underpinnings of Field Experiences in Virtual School Settings

Leanna Archambault and Kathryn Kennedy (USA)


STem TeAChing And leArning

New Technology Tools for Science Teachers to Consider: A Case Study of an Online Biology Lab

Gregory MacKinnon, Eric Alcorn, and Trevor Avery (USA)


The Virtual Boat: Design Team Issues in the Development of a Virtual Simulations for High School Science

Teresa Franklin, Sertac Ozercan, Chang Liu, and Nathan Andre (USA)


Effective Use of Online Quizzes in Science Courses

William Stowe and Lin Lin (USA)


Using Technology in Training Elementary Mathematics Teachers, The Development of TPACK Knowledge

Beth Bos and Kathryn S. Lee (USA)


web 2.0 And SoCiAl neTworKing

Developing Pre-Service Teachers ́ Competencies in Using Technologies in the Classroom: An Example From Portugal

Clara Pereira Coutinho (Portugal)


Using Online Learning Networks to Promote Self-Regulated Learning in Primary Teacher Education

Emmy Vrieling, Theo Bastiaens and Sjef Stijnen (Netherlands)


Preservice Teachers’ Personality, Motives, Motivation, and Attitudes Associated with the Use of Social Network
Services: Facebook Case

Oǧuzhan Atabek (Turkey)


informAl leArning

InteractiveSchoolWall: A Digital Enriched Learning Environment for Systemic-Constructive Informal Learning Processes

Thomas Winkler, Martina Ide, and Michael Herczeg (Germany)


Parents’ Influence on Adolescent Children’ Media-multitasking Attitudes and Behaviors

Lin Lin, Kim Nimon, and David Bonner (USA)


imPACT STudieS

Examining the Impact of the Professional Development Model for International Educators on Greek Teachers

Debra R Sprague, Anastasia Kitsantas, Beverly Shaklee, and Maria Katradis (USA and Greece)


Interactive white boards: Is it worth it? Use in Four Western PA K-12 Schools

Yehuda Peled, Mandy Medvin and Linda Domanski (Israel and USA)


Issues in the Transformation of Teaching with Technology

Shelley Goldman and Robert Lucas (USA)


A Study of the Effectiveness of Technology Integration Training on Student Achievement

Scott Elliot and Cathy Mikulas (USA)


online And blended leArning

Cognitive Presence Characteristics of Online and Face-to-face Discussions in a Blended Course

Petrea Redmond (Australia)


Generalized Checklist Significance in Improving Timeliness in Asynchronous Distance Education

Terence Cavanaugh, Marcia Lamkin, and Haihong Hu (USA)


Learning Motivation and Student Academic Dishonesty – A Comparison Between Face-To-Face And Online Courses

Yehuda Peled, Casimir Barczyk, Yovav Eshet, and Keren Grinautski (Israel)


Teacher Credibility: How Presentation Modalities Affect Teacher Education Students’ Perceived Credibility of Information

Jenna L. Sexton and Cleborne D. Maddux (USA)