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SITE 2002--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference



Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Niki Davis

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This conference has 7 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 878

  1. Invited Papers

    Jerry Price, University of Houston, United States

    p. 1

  2. Information and Communications Technology in Education: A Personal Perspective

    David Moursund, University of Oregon, United States

    Throughout my professional career I have worked, played, studied, taught, experienced, and learned about Information Technology in Education. I have been an active participant in this field for... More

    pp. 2-10

  3. A Model for Creating an Art Museum-University Partnership to Develop Technology-Based Educational Resources

    Bernard Robin, Sara Wilson McKay, University of Houston, United States; Beth Schneider, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, United States; Sara McNeil, Donna Smith, University of Houston, United States

    The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the University of Houston have collaborated on the design and development of multi-faceted web sites related to both permanent and traveling exhibitions. In... More

    pp. 11-18

  4. Invited Panels

    Jerry Price, University of Houston, United States

    p. 19

  5. National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellows Panel

    Contact Lynn Bell, UVa, United States

    As part of a larger initiative to facilitate interactions among teacher education faculty from different content areas and disciplines, SITE and the teacher educator associations from the core... More

    p. 20

  6. Concepts and Procedures Intro section

    Ronald Sarner, SUNY Institute of Technology, United States

    pp. 21-22

  7. Exploring Minds Electronic Network

    Michael Busby, Geoffrey Burks, Goli Sotoohi & Marino Alvarez, Tennessee State University, United States; Michael Panzarella, Oakwood Systems, United States

    Exploring Minds is an active electronic venue for professors, teachers, researchers, and students to reflect, negotiate, and evaluate the teaching/learning process that enables systemic changes to ... More

    pp. 23-25

  8. Digital Data: Strengthening the Study of Educational Technology

    Savilla Banister, Bowling Green State University, United States

    Most of the dialogue concerning technologies in education is conducted through traditional formats of verbal or written language. While textual media is powerful, adding data in other forms as a... More

    p. 26

  9. Learning Communities: A Kaleidoscope of Ecological Designs

    Katerine Bielaczyc, Harvard Graduate School of Education, United States; Vibeke Kløvstad & Morten Søby, University of Oslo, Norway; Marlene Scardamalia & Mary Lamon, OISE/UT, Canada

    This panel brings together scholars and educators who have worked for many years on fostering technology-enabled learning communities with an emphasis on classrooms and teacher education. The... More

    pp. 27-30

  10. PDA's and Research: A Brief Report

    Tony Young, Lamar Wilkinson & Walter Buboltz, Louisiana Tech University, United States; Adrian Thomas, Western Kentucky University, United States

    The explosion and infusion of technology into the educational environment has lead to a multitude of new research tools that are available for conducting research. This articles reviews the... More

    pp. 31-32

  11. College Website Review and Revision

    Cathy Cavanaugh & Terence Cavanaugh, University of North Florida, United States

    Websites are becoming increasingly important for schools as support for teachers, administrators, counselors, students, parents, and the community. Jamie Mackenzie (1997) offers four reasons for... More

    pp. 33-34

  12. Using ‘No Tech’ Activities to Teach about Technology and Issues of the Online World

    Michael O'Brien & Dianne Chambers, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    Whole class or large group activities using learning technologies can be difficult when IT resources are scarce or in high demand. In response to this challenge creative 'no tech' teaching... More

    pp. 35-37

  13. How One Educational Technology Professor Integrates Teaching, Research and Service

    Alice Christie, Arizona State University West, United States

    This paper describes how community service, research and teaching can be fully integrated by an educational technology professor by creating a partnership with a K-6 school. It describes the... More

    p. 38

  14. GWeb Portal

    Francesco de Leo, The George Washington University, United States

    The GWeb Portal is a centralized online environment developed to fulfill the varied needs of The George Washington University students, faculty, alumni, staff and friends. The ability to integrate ... More

    p. 39

  15. Metaconceptualizing Knowledge: The Challenge for Teacher Education

    Charles Dickens, Tennessee State University, United States

    The challenge today in teacher education is not to teach about technology, or with technology. It is, rather, to facilitate a different conception of what constitutes knowledge. Current concepts ... More

    pp. 40-41

  16. Integration of Informatics Concepts and Practices into an Existing Curriculum

    Marjorie Drury, Trinity Western University, Canada

    A nurse educator describes the integration project designed to prepare university nursing students with computer competencies. The author has formalized the introduction of computer skills and... More

    pp. 42-43

  17. The Advantages of an Active Text

    Bob Richardson & Brian Felkel, Appalachian State University, United States

    Business colleges have become increasingly disenfranchised with the way Business Calculus courses have been taught and with subject matter included within the course. In an effort to make the... More

    pp. 44-46

  18. Web Design through Traditional Subjects

    Joanne Fevergeon, Ellensburg High School, United States; Anuja Dharkar, Macromedia, United States

    Web design is a new subject for many teachers. Although Web design teachers have the ability to teach this course, they have not generally come from a Web design background themselves. Having the... More

    p. 47

  19. A Comparison of Online and Regular Learning Contexts in a Course for Teacher Education Students

    Yuejin Xu & Asghar Iran-Nejad, University of Alabama, United States

    This paper explores whether online and regular learning contexts differ in their influence in the course of a semester-long intervention aimed at changing the learning conceptions of the students... More

    pp. 48-49

  20. Technology Overload: Are We Meeting the Needs of the Individual Student?

    Cathy Lott, Walter Buboltz, Lamar Wilkinson & Steve Jenkins, Louisiana Tech University, United States

    Integration of technology and basic computer literacy into our colleges and universities is undoubtedly a necessity. However, little consideration in the literature has been given to specific needs... More

    pp. 50-51