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SITE 1999--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



J.D. Price; J Willis; Dee Anna Willis; M Jost; S Boger-Mehall

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Number of papers: 414

  1. A Grounded Theory of Instructional Design

    Ann Kovalchick, Ohio University, United States

    This paper presents a grounded theory of instructional design as an assimilation-based process in response to calls for instructional reform as institutional innovation. Two hypotheses are ... More

    pp. 824-829


    Leping Liu, Towson University, United States

    Multimedia courseware design is a process of system development. In this process, system analysis is one of the most important components. This paper will present a study in which three system... More

    pp. 830-835

  3. Flexibly Delivered Environmental Education ‘Down-Under’: A new approach to an on-campus pre-service teacher education unit

    Jerry Maroulis, University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Australia

    Higher education institutions are rapidly moving from a bi-polar model of face-to-face/ distance education to what is being termed flexible delivery. Flexible delivery refocuses educational... More

    pp. 836-839

  4. Design Your Own Instructional Software: It’s Easy.

    Ronald F. Pauline, Juniata College, United States

    Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) is, quite simply, an instance in which instructional content activities are delivered via a computer. Many commercially-available software programs, although... More

    pp. 840-845

  5. Weaving the Web: Combining Best Classroom Practices with Technology

    Charles M. Savitt, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

    This paper will describe a course in which teachers were helped to not only develop effective instructional Web pages but also to integrate them with existing Web sites and classroom instructional ... More

    pp. 846-848

  6. The Goals and Development of an Interactive Web Module For a Teacher Education Course

    Donna Schnorr, California State University - San Bernardino, United States; Nicole Bracken, George Mason University, United States; Sunil Hazari, University of Maryland, United States

    The World Wide Web has become a promising medium for delivery of instruction. This paper describes a case study in which the Internet was used to supplement teacher education course instruction via... More

    pp. 849-854

  7. Teachers as Designers of Collaborative Distance Learning

    J. Michael Spector, University of Bergen, Norway

    This paper describes a theoretically based approach to the design of collaborative distance learning environments by subject experts. There is an obvious growth in the use of distributed and... More

    pp. 855-861

  8. Taking ID On-line: Developing an On-line Instructional Design Course

    Jennifer B. Summerville, Emporia State University, United States

    Educators in higher education are increasingly being called upon to design, develop and deliver courses via the World Wide Web. Although reasons for the strong push to develop on-line courses are... More

    pp. 862-864

  9. Developing an Internet-Based Distance Education Program: the Planning Phase

    C. James Wong, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States

    An increasing number of colleges and departments in higher education institutions, including teacher education programs, are considering or have started developing distance education programs to ... More

    pp. 865-869

  10. From Textbooks To Coursewares ---- On the instructional design

    Yansun Wu & Shiling Liu, Chongqing Adult University of Power Industry, China

    This paper stresses the importance of instructional design for classrooms and textbooks, describes the instructional design methodology for computer courseware, finally, raises some issues that... More

    pp. 870-874

  11. Revamped Computer Aided Instructional Systems in Shanghai Key High School

    Julie Qiu Bao, Shippensburg University, United States

    Challenged by a strong need of computer integration in all disciplines of learning and encouraged by successful educational computing experiences in many technologically advanced countries, the... More

    pp. 876-881

  12. Why Should IT in Teacher Education have a Global Dimension?

    Niki Davis, University of Exeter

    The Society of IT in Teacher Education aims to promote the use of IT in teacher education. SITE's conferences, journal and associated activities attest to the value of this for realising the... More

    pp. 882-886

  13. The Research and Development of an International Core Curriculum for Information and Communications Technology in Teacher Training

    Niki Davis & Penni Tearle, University of Exeter

    This paper outlines progress of the EC supported Telematics for Teacher Training (T3) project in the development and dissemination of a European Core Curriculum for Information and Communications... More

    pp. 887-892

  14. Patterns of Change and Innovation in Pre-service Education

    Tim Denning, Keele University; Michelle Selinger, University of Warwick

    Concerns about the poorly developed use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in UK schools resulted in the Labour Government deciding to pledge its commitment to provide further... More

    pp. 893-898

  15. The Barefoot Teacher on the Telematic Highway - Serving Rural Communities in Kwa Zulu Natal

    Charl Fregona & Maureen Harris, Technikon Natal, United States; Johann Krüger, Community Development Programme, South Africa

    The Department of Community Nursing and the Open Learning Centre of Technikon Natal, and the community owned Community Development Programme are collaborating to provide online learning to rural... More

    pp. 899-903


    Ha Thi Thu Huong, Technology Management Centre

    IT and R&D have contributed much to the development of Singapore. Although the advantages of using IT is obviously, IT should be seen as a supplementary source rather a substitute good and IT... More

    pp. 904-909

  17. The Teacher Professional Training in the New Technologies Surroundings /An Experience on the Project TEMPUS - S_JEP- 08801/

    Galabina Jordanova & Vladimir Solakov, Shoumen University 'Konstantin Preslavsky', Bulgaria

    In the present work some of the problems connected with the introducing of the new technologies as an environment for teacher training have been analyzed and the experience of the authors in this... More

    pp. 910-915

  18. Teacher and Student Attitudes Toward Information Technology in Four Nations

    Haesun Kim, Induk Institute of Technology; Bert Moonen & Joke Voogt, University of Twente; A. Dale Magoun & Charlotte Owens, Northeast Louisiana University, United States; Gerald Knezek & Rhonda Christensen, University of North Texas, United States; Elizabeth 'Libby' Gilmore, Texas Wesleyan University, United States; Césareo Morales, Instituto LatinoAmericano de la Communication Educativa (ILSE), Mexico

    This international panel compares teacher and student attitudes toward information technology in four nations: Korea, Mexico, The Netherlands, and the USA. 1998 data has been gathered using... More

    pp. 916-918

  19. The NRW- Educational Server learn:line and the Corresponding Project for In-service Teacher Training

    Monika Schwarze, State Institute for School and Further Education, Germany

    Two years ago the educational server learn:line of North Rhine Westfalia started two years ago at the State Institute of School and Further Education in Soest, Germany. We put into practise a... More

    pp. 919-924

  20. The Development of a Data Bankof Mathematics Performance Tasks for All Students

    Cindy L. Anderson & Kevin M. Anderson, Southeast Missouri State University, United States

    "The Development of an Electronic Data Bank ofPerformance Tasks in Mathematics for All Students" provided teachersand teacher education students in southeast Missouri with training increating... More

    p. 926