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SITE 1996--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Bernard Robin; Jerry D. Price; Jerry Willis; Dee Anna Willis

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 274

  1. Dedication to the Office of Technology Assessment

    pp. 19-18

  2. New Media

    p. 25

  3. Telecommunications: Preservice Applications

    pp. 26-27

  4. Telecommunications: Systems & Services

    p. 27

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  5. An Evaluation of Technology Integration in Methods Courses

    Keith Wetzel & Ines Chisholm, Arizona State University West, United States

    This paper describes a team planned integration of technology in two courses: Computers in Education and Language Arts Methods for English as a second language (ESL) and bilingual education (BLE)... More

    pp. 34-38

  6. Using Technology to Develop Culturally-Aware Pre-Service Teachers

    Madeline Justice & Sue Espinoza, East Texas State University

    University-level teacher education programs have come under a great deal of fire lately for a variety of offenses, both of omission and commission. One of the areas of criticism is that teacher... More

    pp. 39-42

  7. Technology and Diversity: An Experiential/action Learning Model

    Kay W. Allen, University of Central Florida

    The look of the classroom in the United States is changing. Two major contributors to the new look are a diverse student population and the integration of technology into the schools. Teachers and ... More

    pp. 43-45

  8. Cultural Congruence in the Technology Literate Classroom

    Glenn DeVoogd, University of Houston

    In traditional classrooms, teacher lecture and textbook reading provide the sources of a one way flow of information to the student (Cuban, 1984). The students’ purpose was to soak up as much... More

    pp. 46-50

  9. Electronic Database Searching and Culturally Diverse Populations: Access or Excess?

    Lucinda R. Zoe & Diane DiMartino, Baruch College, CUNY

    As access to end-user electronic information systems grows, more attention needs to be directed to how diverse populations are learning, accessing and using these systems. The affect of language... More

    pp. 51-55

  10. Using Technology in the Classroom to Maximize the Advantages of Diversity

    Jerry A. Bennett, Roswell ISD

    "All students will leave grades 4, 8, and 12 having demonstrated competency over challenging subject matter including English, mathematics, science, foreign languages . . .” so says Goals 2000. We ... More

    pp. 56-59

  11. Anchored Instruction in Preservice Educational Technology: A Multicultural Approach

    Jeffrey W. Bauer & Jennifer Summerville, University of Northern Colorado

    Anchored instruction has been shown to be an effective approach in training preservice teachers to integrate technology in their teaching (Bauer, Ellefsen & Hall, 1994; Bauer & Westhoff, 1993).... More

    pp. 60-62

  12. Can Technology Help Teachers and Students Break Down Gender Stereotypes?

    Alice A. Christie, Arizona State University West; MORE INFO, ON CD-ROM

    This desescriptive study of elementary school children analyzes naturalistic data from six sources to answer the question, “How does gender interface with computers and telecommunications?” Data... More

    pp. 63-67

  13. Inservice Technology Training for Multicultural Classrooms

    InØs MÆrquez Chisholm, Arizona State University West

    This paper reports on the second year of an on-going inservice teacher training project. The purpose of this project is to raise student achievement in mathematics, science, reading, and writing... More

    pp. 68-71

  14. A Study of Transactional Distance in an International Audioconferencing Course

    Yolanda Gayol, Ellen Bunker

    The Pennsylvania State University The Pennsylvania State University More

    pp. 72-76

  15. Meso-American Media: Implications on Student Attitude

    Taralynn Hartsell, The University of Arizona

    The purpose of this study was to investigate whether college students enrolled in a Meso-American media course could become more sensitive to the Hispanic culture. The hypothesis was that... More

    pp. 77-81

  16. Developing Communities of Practitioners: Indigenous People Learning With Technology

    Keith Gilbert, Queensland U. of Technology

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    pp. 82-86

  17. A Technology in the Classroom Comparison: China and the United States

    David G. Craig, University of Tennessee

    The United States (US) and People’s Republic of China (PRC) are large and rapidly changing countries in the world. Within these countries, the field of education is complex, diverse and being... More

    pp. 87-90

  18. Information Technology in French Education: Implications for Teacher Education

    Georges-Louis Baron, Institut National de Recherche; Eric Bruillard & Institut National de Recherche, PØdagogique (France)

    Within a few years, the situation of IT in the French educational system has evolved quite a lot. The front-line of innovation has moved towards technologies of communication like the Internet. The... More

    pp. 91-94

  19. Open and Distance Learning in Teacher Education - European Projects and Experiences

    Harald Haugen, Stord/Haugesund College; Bodil Ask, Agder College

    Distance education has a long history in Norway. Traditional correspondence institutes based their services on printed material and postal services. They are now gradually incorporating new media... More

    pp. 95-99


    Seung H. Jin, University of Houston

    When Korea declared its independence from Japan in 1945, the Republic of Korea entered into a “democratic society that harbored the ideal of compulsory, free education for everyone” (Ministry of... More

    pp. 100-102