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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. TIMA: The Right Way to Create a Teacher Technology Institute in a K-12 School

    Claire Smith Hornung & Stephen C. Bronack, Lehigh University, United States

    Computer technology was introduced into education in the early 1980s. Teaching the teachers how to use this technology to enhance their curriculum has been an ongoing process. Often continuing... More

    pp. 466-469

  2. Technology Education that School Principals Want

    Lawrence T. Kajs & Pamelia E. Brott, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States; Edward Willman & Ramon Alaniz, Texas A & M International University, United States; Diana M. Gomez, Clear Creek ISD, United States; Raymond L. Sanders, University of Texas at Austin, United States

    School principals are called to be lifelong learners. The advancements of technology require school leaders to participate in ongoing education to remain skilled in and informed about technology ... More

    pp. 470-475

  3. Perception of Training Needs: Principals’ Use of Computer Technology in the School Environment

    Bernadette Kelley, Benjamin Kinard & Warren C. Hope, Florida A & M University, United States

    Virtually every sector of society is now influenced by technological innovations. In particular, technology embodied in the microcomputer and peripherals have dramatically altered the mechanics of ... More

    pp. 476-480

  4. Inhibitors to Computer Use in Schools: The Principals' Perspective

    Denny Delafield, Katherine R. Friedrich, John Bruysschaard, Linda Villareal & Angus J. MacNeil, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

    This paper reports the findings of a study that asked principals in Southeast Texas to rank order the inhibitors to the use of computer in schools. The key role principals' play in schools as... More

    pp. 481-486

  5. Building Teacher Capacity for Authentic Learning in the Next Millennium

    Joseph S. Micheller, Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District, United States

    This paper describes a professional development model created by the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District to implement information technology to support fundamental change in... More

    pp. 487-490

  6. InTech 2000: Making Technology Happen

    Henry Pollock, Miami Museum of Science, United States

    p. 491

  7. Electronic Mapping in Education

    Raymond L. Sanders , Jr., University of Texas at Austin, United States; Lawrence T. Kajs, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

    In recent years the world of mapping and cartography has been revolutionized by the application of microcomputers applied to the tasks of data processing, data display, and map making. The... More

    pp. 492-497

  8. What Decision-Makers Should Know About Web Based Delivery of Distance Education

    A. Richard Tarver & Lissa F. Pollacia, Northwestern State University, United States

    The current American education system is faced with shifting market patterns resulting from rapid changes in the technologies designed to enhance the delivery of educational services. Technology's ... More

    pp. 498-502

  9. Leadership Concerns Toward Implementation Of The Texas Essential Knowledge And Skills (TEKS) For Technology Applications

    Terence C. Ahern & Leo Wells, Texas Tech University, United States

    p. 503

  10. Effective Approaches to Initiate Technology Planning For Schools: A Classroom Model

    Engui Yao & Sue Espinoza, Texas A&M University-Commerce, United States; Julie Dillard, Hunt County, Texas, United States

    Technology is advancing rapidly. Increasingly it is becoming an integral part of the school curriculum. Over the past decade, school districts have spent billions of dollars on classroom... More

    pp. 504-508

  11. Old Computers, Reluctant Faculty, and Emerging Educational Technology: Breaking The Cycle

    Jerry Antee & Gary Rush, Louisiana State University - Shreveport, United States

    The teaching profession often suffers from having too little too late. School district budget building does not usually include adequate funds for comprehensive staff development; rather spasmodic,... More

    pp. 510-513

  12. Developing Web Pages for Course Enhancement

    George E. Atkins, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, United States

    A series of seminars are described which were offered to assist faculty in the planning, development, production, and utilization of Internet-based materials for enriching their classes. The... More

    pp. 514-516

  13. Faculty and Students Learning Together

    Connie Batten, University of Minnesota, Crookston, United States

    Across the nation, video-cassette recorders flash 12:00. Go ahead; let your niece reset the time and program the recorder for a movie tonight. But what about the technology hardware and software... More

    p. 517

  14. Taking the Training Wheels Off: The Use of Mentoring for Faculty Development in the Integration of Technology

    Endya Bentley & Polly Mumma, Iowa State University, United States

    This paper describes a collaborative approach to help college of education faculty integrate technology into their teacher education courses. In order to increase the modeling of technology within ... More

    pp. 518-523

  15. Teaching Students Statistics On The PC

    Walter C. Buboltz , Jr., Louisiana Tech University, United States

    With the advent of powerful desktop computers, easy to use operating systems and user friendly statistical packages faculty and especially students now have access to easy to use computer... More

    pp. 524-527

  16. Using the Web as a Tool for Promoting the Integration of Technology in Teacher Education

    Sandra B. Cooper, Texas Tech University, United States

    The infusion of technology into teacher education has grown tremendously in the past few years with the progression of technology initiatives in K-12 education. In order to facilitate this... More

    pp. 528-532

  17. How Do We Get From Here to There? Reports From a Teacher Education Program Learning How to Implement Technology

    Karen M. Dutt-Doner, University of Southern Maine, United States

    The purpose of this paper is to examine one institution's process of working through all of the necesary decisions as it prepares to implement technology as a strand into a new undergraduate ... More

    pp. 533-537

  18. Strategies to Reduce Stress -Instructors New to Technology-Mediated Instruction

    Cheryel Goodale, University of Alberta, Canada

    This paper is a report on the current findings of a study being conducted through Human Resources Development Canada (Office of Learning Technologies) and the University of Alberta. Since the... More

    pp. 538-541

  19. Faculty Uses of Technology in Teacher Education

    Linda D. Hayes & Seung H. Jin, Cleveland State University, United States

    This study examined how faculty integrate technology in their classroom teaching, what factors affect the use of technology, and how faculty perceives technology for their teaching. The study used ... More

    pp. 542-546

  20. Teaching the Teachers: Preparing Adjunct Teachers to use Computers in the Classroom

    Catherine L. Kelley, Seton Hall University, United States

    All freshmen entering Seton Hall University in Fall 1998 received laptop computers as part of their tuition, and were guaranteed that two or more classes would make "extensive use" of the... More

    pp. 547-550