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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. The Trek for Tenure: Hacking Your Way to Research and Publication

    Lesia C. Lennex & Marium Williams Van Meter, Morehead State University, United States

    With the exception of how one can legitimately utilize current technology, the trek for tenure is well defined in many institutions. Among other things, one researches thoroughly and publishes in... More

    pp. 551-555

  2. Teaching "Old Dogs, New Tricks": Stimulating the Learning of Technology Among Tenured Faculty in Schools of Education

    R. Bruce Lewis, Freed-Hardeman University, United States

    Apprehension among several tenured faculty members that the recent hire in the school of education would be too aggressive in promoting the integration of technology into their courses, led the... More

    pp. 556-557

  3. Classroom Impacts of a Masters Program in Instructional Technology

    Steven Marx, University of Texas at El Paso, United States

    This paper will examine the impact of a masters program in instructional technology on the classroom practices of teachers. This program emphasizes the integration of technology into the... More

    pp. 558-563

  4. Teaching Online: A Professional Development Model

    LeAnn McKinzie & Trey McCallie, West Texas A&M University, United States

    This paper describes the faculty training model utilized in the development and/or conversion of course materials to be delivered on the web. A description of the online learning environment will... More

    pp. 564-570

  5. Learning with Technology: Teacher Education Faculty Development

    Debora Pitlik, Northern Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), United States; Rhonda Robinson, Northern Illinois University, United States

    This paper discusses the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory's professional development product: Learning with Technology, designed to help teachers of Grades K-12 integrate technology in... More

    pp. 575-577

  6. The Need For Training Standards In New Technologies For Inservice Teachers

    Joyce Pittman, Iowa State University, United States

    The success of any innovative new technologies training in achieving its goals and objectives rests, finally, upon the support of the teachers. This report focuses on the status of training... More

    pp. 578-584

  7. Probability Park A Database-backed On-line Professional Development Environment Targeting Standards-based School Reform

    Robby Robson, Oregon State University, United States; John Whitesitt, Southern Oregon University, United States

    The State of Oregon is undergoing massive standards-based school reform. This has created immediate and wide spread professional development demands. We have piloted an on-line professional ... More

    pp. 585-590

  8. Improving Computer Literacy Skills of College Faculty: Tips and Techniques

    Charles M. Savitt, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

    p. 591

  9. University Faculty Phobias: Investigating Technology Apprehension

    Perry L. Schoon & Roberta K. Weber, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    Working with university faculty to improve computer literacy and technological competencies is a challenging process. Identifying varied technological knowledge and skills of education faculty... More

    pp. 592-594

  10. We Can Do This: Graduate Students Perspectives on Mentoring Faculty Technology Integration

    Blanche O'Bannon, Sean J. Smith & Eric Jones, Bowling Green State University, United States

    pp. 595-596

  11. Retooling Higher Education Faculty Through Multidisciplinary Technology Teams

    Suzanne Thouvenelle, MOBIUS Corporation, United States; David D. Keefe, America Tomorrow, Inc., United States; Linda A. Tsantis, Johns Hopkins University, United States

    This roundtable discusses observations from an innovative multidisciplinary collaborative instructional model used over the past three semesters at the Johns Hopkins University in the Technology ... More

    pp. 597-599

  12. CMC as a Facilitator for Teacher-Student Communication

    Mahla Strohmaier & Kara L. Nance, University of Alaska Fairbanks, United States

    During these times of increased budget awareness in many institutions of higher learning, the dilemma of increased class size with reduced faculty has moved to the forefront of considerations.... More

    pp. 599-602

  13. A Model Professional Development Project: Intentional And Incidental Benefits For Faculty And Students

    Brenda M. Wenzel, Mei Technology Corporation, United States; Linda Rivas, Alamo Community College District, United States

    A professional development project aimed at introducing and diffusing an interactive multimedia courseware (ICW) authoring tool, the Experimental Advanced Instructional Design Advisor (XAIDA), on... More

    pp. 600-605

  14. On-line Professional Development in the Design of Curriculum-based Telecomputing Projects: Challenges and Successes

    Laura Castillo Amill, University of Texas at Austin, United States

    In the fall of 1997, the author was hired by a School District in Iowa, as an on-line facilitator to assist a group of ten teachers who were developing curriculum-based telecomputing projects.... More

    pp. 607-609

  15. Designing a Graduate Educational Technology Course For a New Kind of Learning: Distributive Constructionism in Practice

    Ann Batchelder & Gary Tucker, Northern Arizona University, United States

    This paper examines how distributed constructionism was used in designing a graduate course in Contexts of Educational Technology, how that course design was implemented, and how both the... More

    pp. 610-612

  16. Components of a Viable Technology Model: Designed for the Classroom Teacher

    Martha Beasley, Lees-McRae College, United States

    This paper addresses adaptable processes for the regular classroom teacher to integrate technology and the uses of a computer in the classroom setting, involving all students. The ideas are based... More

    pp. 613-616

  17. Diffusion, Technology Planning, Professional Development, for In-Service K-12 School Teachers

    Karen Swan, Marc Callender, S. Neal Currie, Jennifer Richardson, Joseph Bowman, Jr. & Aliya Holmes, University at Albany - State University of New York, United States

    Diffusion and adoption of educational technology into schools around the country remains a critical issue. If technology is to be for instruction, in-service training and curriculum activities... More

    pp. 617-622

  18. Implementing a Computer/Technology Endorsement in a Classroom Technology Master’s Program

    Blanche O'Bannon, Nancy Brownell & Gregg Brownell, Bowling Green State University, United States

    In the spring of 1998, the Master's program in Classroom Technology at Bowling Green State University was granted conditional approval to grant, as part of the program, the new State of Ohio... More

    pp. 623-628

  19. Collaborative Technology Development: A Staff Development Model for Integrating Computers into School Curriculum

    Karen Cadiero-Kaplan, San Diego State University, United States

    This paper documents the methodology, research process, process interventions, and the resulting quality indicators of a technology staff development project. This project was designed to assist ... More

    pp. 629-634

  20. Permanent High Capacity Digital Portfolio System

    Melodee Carter-Guyette, Lincoln Akerman School, United States

    New innovations in education today include Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences, outcome based assessment, portfolio assessment, and technology in education. All of these speak of child centered... More

    p. 635