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

1994

Editors

Jerry Willis; Bernard Robin; Dee Anna Willis

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 200

  1. A Conceptual Model for Examining Disciplinary Differences in Teaching with Technology

    Michael D. Waggoner, University of Northern Iowa

    Since the compartmentalization of knowledge into disciplines and academic fields gained momentum in the late 19th century, there has been a continuing interest in, to adapt Adler’s phrase (1967),... More

    pp. 400-403

  2. Hypertext as A Theoretical & Practical Tool: The TIP Project

    Greg Kearsley, George Washington University

    The Theory Into Practice (TIP) project involves the development of a hypertext database for theories of learning and instruction. The database contains descriptions of 48 theories which are linked ... More

    pp. 404-407

  3. Modern Instructional Technology and Concepts of Curriculum

    James A. White, University of South Florida

    The introduction of computers and related technologies in schools has been attended by much confusion and debate as to where, when, and how their use is appropriate. For example, it is not uncommon... More

    pp. 404-407

  4. Using Technology: Assessment of Learner Characteristics and Appropriate Instruction

    Joel Levine, Barry University

    The current reform and restructuring efforts in the last decade have brought about many approaches and models for effective teaching and student learning. These approaches and models include:... More

    pp. 408-411

  5. Assessment Measures for Hypermedia: Development of the IAHK

    W Michael Reed, West Virginia University

    Hypermedia no longer requires a detailed introduc tion. The integration of multimedia and More

    pp. 412-415

  6. World Literacy: An Alternative for the Schools

    LaMont Johnson, University of Nevada, Reno

    As we quickly move into the next century disenchant- More

    pp. 416-417

  7. Instructional Screen Design Using Gestalt Theory

    Karen Smith-Gratto, Cameron University

    From the solitary student sitting in front of a computer tutorial to a group of students looking up at the information presented using an LCD panel, learners are exposed to screens of information... More

    pp. 418-420

  8. What Content Should Be Included In Pre-Service Instructional Technology Courses?

    Barbara K. McKenzie, West Georgia College

    With the ever-accelerating changes in technology in the schools, the increased demands being placed on teachers to be computer and technology literate, and the growing emphasis being placed on... More

    pp. 423-426

  9. Profession-Specific Computer Literacy: Microteaching in an Educational Computing Course

    Jerry Willis, University of Houston

    “How do you eat an orange?” The teacher education students seated at the computers turn and look quizzically at the teacher. One student answers, “I peel it and divide it into sections.” Another,... More

    pp. 427-430

  10. A Technology Course for Secondary Preservice Teachers

    Nancy Brownell, Bowling Green State University

    The job of integrating technology into K-12 schools involves many components and requires the cooperation of seemingly diverse groups ranging from classroom teachers to administrators, parents,... More

    pp. 431-434

  11. Alternative Approaches to Defining Computer Literacy

    Janice Higdon, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    Current and past quantitative and qualitative research regarding literacy and computer literacy has produced conflicting and inconclusive arguments as to what literacy is (Scribner, 1984; de... More

    pp. 435-437

  12. Meeting the Challenge: Training Preservice Teachers to use Technology

    Phyllis A. McCraw, University of Southern Indiana

    Teachers of tomorrow will be expected to integrate traditional and advanced media technologies into their instructional strategies. However, most preservice teachers lack instructional models in... More

    pp. 438-440

  13. Lesson Planning with Technology: Use of an Instructional Design Database and Tutorial

    Nancy Todd, Eastern Washington University

    This paper describes the development of a program with Authorware (1993) that is both a tutorial and database for an undergraduate instructional design course in which students learn to apply Gagne... More

    pp. 441-442

  14. Experiences with a Videodisc Presentation Utility

    C Lynne Hannah, Cleveland State University

    Cleveland State University has a long term commitment to instructional technology. This commitment has provided faculty members in the College of Education with numerous opportunities to improve... More

    pp. 445-447

  15. Creating Images of Model Elementary School Mathematics Programs

    Sandra L. Atkins, Cleveland State University

    The Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics (NCTM, 1989) describes a new vision of school mathematics. This vision seeks to actively engage students in the learning of... More

    pp. 448-450

  16. Planning and Implementing a Videodisc-Based Observation Program

    Ron Abate, Cleveland State University

    Secondary teachers have long been aware that the integration of a variety of student reading and writing tasks in the instruction on content is essential to student understanding of the material.... More

    pp. 451-453

  17. Educational Software Types: An Interactive HyperCard Tutorial

    David C. Byrum, Southwest Texas State University

    No other recent innovation in education has the potential or pitfalls of computers in the classroom. When used to potential, computers can be a valuable aid to instruction, stimulating student... More

    pp. 454-458

  18. Two Hypercard Stacks: Design and Delivery to College Juniors

    William C. Bosch, State University of New York at Oswego

    These topics are important in modern English (MoE) More

    pp. 459-463

  19. Implementation Issues in Using Hypermedia/ Interactive Video in Special Education

    Emily J. Larkins, Gallaudet University

    Project ALIVE!: Acquiring Literacy through Interactive Video Education is a federally–funded project designed to assess the implementation and the impact of interactive video on the reading and... More

    pp. 464-466

  20. Interactive Video, Hypermedia, and Deaf Students: Literacy Applications

    Martin R. Noretsky, Gallaudet University

    Project ALIVE!: Acquiring Literacy through Interactive Video Education is a federally–funded project designed to assess the implementation and the impact of interactive video on the reading and... More

    pp. 467-470