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SITE 1994--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Jerry Willis; Bernard Robin; Dee Anna Willis

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 200

  1. Creating Your Own CD- ROM: An Overview

    Jerry W. Willis, University of Houston

    For most of teacher education's history the most common form of "instructional support" has been a printed handout. Over the past 90 years the way those handouts were produced has changed regularly... More

    pp. 151-155

  2. Building Faculty: Reflective Decision- Making and Developing a Faculty Kiosk

    Wayne Bruning, University of South Dakota

    The School of Education at the University of South Dakota adopted Reflective Decision Making as its philosophy. Recently, a unit within the school, the Center for Interactive Technology for... More

    pp. 156-158

  3. LEAPINGS into the Future: Using Instructional Design to Develop an Integrated Preservice Teacher Education Computer Curriculum

    Randall E. Smith, S. Illinois University at Edwardsville

    Since 1987 the School of Education at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville (SIUE) has been involved in building an undergraduate teacher education curriculum integrating computer-related... More

    pp. 161-164

  4. The Marietta College Model: Integration of Content, Methods, Materials, and Technology

    Constance S. Golden, Marietta College

    The Marietta College teacher education program supports a philosophy of holistic education, stressing the importance of the integrated curriculum for the education of the whole child. Elementary... More

    pp. 165-168

  5. Integrating Technology into Teacher Education: A Modular Approach

    Christy L. Faison, Rowan College of New Jersey

    Electronic media and technologies of instruction have the potential to be an integral part of the teaching-learning environment at all levels. One way to increase the appropriate use of technology ... More

    pp. 169-171

  6. Preparing Teacher Educators to Integrate Technology into Required Courses: W.T.E.G.

    Sandra Flank, Pace University

    As part of a four-year effort to improve teacher preparation programs in Westchester County, New York, the Westchester Education Coalition has been spearheading a project with teacher education... More

    pp. 172-177

  7. Teaching Future Teachers to Enhance Teaching and Learning with Technology

    Anne Disdier, Trenton State College

    Although it is widely recognized that effective computer use can vastly enrich the educational process in our schools (Behrmann, 1988; OTA, 1988; Sheingold & Hadley, 1990) and that assistive... More

    pp. 178-182

  8. Preparing Preservice Teachers to Use Information Technology for Classroom Management

    JoAnna Dickey, Eastern Kentucky University

    The large variety of information technology systems available today can help educators accomplish classroom management tasks more efficiently and effectively. This paper describes how early... More

    pp. 183-185

  9. Developing Technological Skills and Applications with Social Studies Preservice Students

    Richard A. Diem, The University of Texas at San Antonio

    The ways in which we prepare teachers are rapidly and fundamentally changing in both structure and instruction. Many of these changes are rooted in new ways of generating, storing, communicating,... More

    pp. 186-187

  10. An Innovative Collaborative Initiative: Logo, Fifth Graders, and Preservice Education

    Virginia W. Roy, University of Montevallo

    What do fifth graders, Logo, preservice teachers, and problem-solving have in common? On any given Wednesday morning from September through May, they all may be found in the College of Education... More

    pp. 188-191

  11. Laptops, Portable Computers, Databases, and Possibility Thinking in Preservice Teacher Education

    David Caverly, Southwest Texas State University

    Students with a varied range of technology skills enter preservice education classes. Some have completed college coursework introducing technology, some work with technology in their employment,... More

    pp. 192-194

  12. Customizing Technology in the Classroom for Preservice Educators

    Alex C. Pan, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater

    Although computer-assisted instruction (CAI) has been around for more than a decade, application of computer technology in the school remains a problem. Many studies (Wetzel 1992; ISTE, 1992;... More

    pp. 195-198

  13. Alternative Models for Evaluating Technology- Enriched Professional Development Schools

    Yolanda N. Padron, University of Houston-Clear Lake

    There are several areas in the study of technology and teacher education that hold promise for improving the education of preservice and inservice teachers. One area that is currently receiving a... More

    pp. 199-202

  14. Enhancing the Integration of Technology in Preservice Teacher Education Through Building a Technology Classroom

    William Croninger, University of New England

    The University of New England is a small, private, four year institution with professional programs in osteopathic medicine, allied health, teacher education, and social work. Capitalizing on the... More

    pp. 203-207

  15. Helping Teachers Become Distance Learning Teachers

    William Valmont, University of Arizona

    Distance learning has been an alternative to classroom instruction since the early 1800s, first in the form of correspondence courses and then more recently as audiotaped or live radio and... More

    pp. 208-211

  16. Integration of Technology and Education: A Student's Perspective on Distance Learning

    Nicole Morgan, Southwest Texas State University, United States

    pp. 212-215

  17. Two-way Televisoin: Linking Preservice Teachers to Real World Schools

    Margaret A. McDevitt, University of Massachusetts Lowell

    Since 1986, the University of Massachusetts Lowell’s two-way television Instructional Network (McDevitt & More

    pp. 216-220

  18. Preparation for Field Experiences with Videotaped Microteaching

    Scott Thomson, East Carolina University

    Microteaching, begun in the early 1960’s at Stanford University, reached its peak in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. In its purest form, students teach a scaled-down lesson of five to twenty... More

    pp. 221-224

  19. The Technology Integrated Classroom and Implications for Teacher Education: A Cautionary Story

    One teacher who described her classroom as already More

    pp. 226-229

  20. Integration of Technology and Education: A Student's Perspective on Distance Learning

    Nicole Leigh Morgan, Southwest Texas State University

    My Mother says I came out of the delivery room wanting to be a teacher. My desire to teach continued as I grew. As a child, I organized classrooms, recruited students, and taught at every... More

    pp. 227-230