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

2002

Editors

Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Niki Davis

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Number of papers: 878

  1. Faculty Development Using a Problem-Based Learning Methodology

    Penny Garcia, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, United States

    This paper is based on the premise that university faculty will utilize technology when it solves problems they routinely encounter in their profession. It theorizes that the construction of... More

    pp. 643-646

  2. Operationalizing a Technology Standard with Proficiency Skill Sets

    David Georgi, California State University Bakersfield, United States; Javier Ruiz-Arreygui, Project TNT, United States

    This paper begins with an overview of the existing program which operationalizes the California technology standard for K-12 teachers with the California Technology Assistance Program (CTAP) Region... More

    pp. 647-651

  3. Expanding teachers' literacy in science and mathematics: Basing technology professional development on histories of classroom practice and beliefs

    Lisa Grable, NC State University, United States; John C. Park, North Carolina State University, United States

    One hundred four middle school mathematics and science teachers committed to participating in a professional development summer institute with approximately 90 hours of instruction in the use of... More

    pp. 652-653

  4. Effective schools, Effective learning, Effective tools

    Merrell Hansen, brigham young university, United States; Robert Gentry, provo school district, United States

    The interest in technology has been altered substantially. It is now seen as a critical application of effective teaching and learning strategies. It is a facilitative experience in using and... More

    p. 654

  5. Using Video Ethnographies for Professional Development of Educators

    Peter Chan & Ping Zeng, Brigham Young University, United States; Susan Magliaro, Virginia Tech, United States; Carl Harris, Brigham Young University, United States; Carol Greene, Virginia Tech, United States

    This panel will provide an extensive examination of an emerging approach to profession development--video ethnography from four different perspectives: pedagogical foundations, demonstration,... More

    pp. 655-657

  6. Changing the Role of the Teacher: Promoting Meaningful Learning Through Collaboration between Teachers, Students, and Technology.

    Charles Hartshorne, university of florida, United States

    The premise of this paper is that Professional Development of teachers, with regards to technology, must be improved. Using technology as a learning tool not only develops skills that will be... More

    pp. 658-659

  7. Weekly IT Teacher Training: A Model for Success

    Lorrie Jackson, Lausanne Collegiate School, United States

    Abstract: Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis, Tennessee (USA) has created and implemented a weekly, after school IT training program for faculty and staff called Tech Tuesdays. Since the fall of... More

    pp. 660-661

  8. Motivational Processes in the Integration of Technology into Teacher Education

    Corenna C. Cummings, Lisa Mehlig & Deborah L. Kalkman, Northern Illinois University, United States

    This study uses self-determination theory to examine the motivation of nine college faculty to integrate technology into their teacher education courses. For the past three years, the College of... More

    pp. 662-663

  9. ““Surviving’ Web Based Professional Development (or, How Not to Get Kicked Off the Island): Lessons Learned from the Learning to Teach with Technology Studio

    Jamie Kirkley, LTTS, Indiana University, United States

    This paper will detail the challenges of designing an innovative web based learning environment to support teacher professional development. In the design of these web-based environments, there... More

    pp. 664-665

  10. Faculty Development by Design

    Wayne Nelson & David Knowlton, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States

    This paper will describe a comprehensive faculty development effort that features a unique "learning-by-design" approach patterned after design studios in other disciplines. The goal of studio... More

    pp. 666-668

  11. Tracking a Faculty Online Course Impact

    Lesia Lennex, Morehead State University, United States

    Abstract: Online courses are becoming common for university offering. Some argue that the online courses are not well suited for the average student. Those same faculty would tend to agree that... More

    pp. 669-671

  12. USD's web group: its contribution to faculty/staff development

    Luby Liao, University of San Diego, United States

    This paper is a companion to the paper we presented at AACE M/SET 2000 entitled USD's web group: a service learning experience in computer science. It focuses on the web group's contribution to ... More

    pp. 672-673

  13. Technology and Careers: A Period of Transition

    Jonathan Schwartz, Walter Buboltz, Steve Jenkins, Lamar Wilkinson & Lori Lindley, Louisiana Tech University, United States

    Technology continues to grow in today's society and its influence on individuals is staggering. Research in this area appears to have focused primarily on the use of technology to enhance... More

    pp. 674-675

  14. Evolving with Technology in the Preparation of Teachers (Lost in Cyberspace: A Trek in Technology)

    Norene Lowery, University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States

    Most teacher educators advocate and value the use of technology. Too often teacher preparation programs are negligent in modeling the implementation of technological applications. This paper... More

    pp. 676-677

  15. A Beginner's Guide to Publishing in Technology Journals

    Cleborne Maddux, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    Beginning faculty are often intimidated by the need to publish. This presentation by the Research Editor of Computers in the Schools, will focus on helping beginners get started in academic... More

    pp. 678-682

  16. Lessons Learned from Project ImPACT: Graduate Student Perspectives on Implementing a Student-Faculty Mentoring Initiative

    Bill Wishart, Thilla Sivakumaran & Michael Martin, The University of Tennessee, United States

    Project ImPACT, a new PT3 awardee, contains several elements that are designed to systemically address the goal of producing technology-proficient teachers who can appropriately infuse technology... More

    pp. 683-684

  17. Coaches and Players Perspectives on Faculty Development In Technology:

    Leroy Metze, Western Kentucky University, United States

    During the first year, e-train has focused on faculty development. Faculty development began when thirty faculty members, called technology advocates, attended a day long institute. The plan was ... More

    pp. 685-687

  18. With a little help from your students: A new model for faculty development and online course design

    Matthew Koehler, Kathryn Hershey, Lisa Peruski & Punya Mishra, Michigan State University, United States

    We describe an approach to faculty development that brings together senior education faculty and graduate students to design online learning environments. This approach forces course designers to... More

    pp. 688-692

  19. "Surviving" Web-based Professional Development (or, How Not to Get Kicked off the Island): Lessons Learned from the Inquiry Learning Forum

    Julie Moore, Indiana University, United States

    Organizations and institutions are increasingly offering online professional development opportunities to educators [Mather, 2000 #56]. This is especially true for teachers who must keep up with... More

    pp. 693-694

  20. Technology Committee Function: Holly Jolly Technology Folly

    lois christensen, jiang lan & Betty Nelson, university of alabama at birmingham, United States; Karen Dahle, unversity of alabama at birmingham, United States

    This session will be an interactive session in which panel presenters discuss their functions on a technology committe and the ways that they incite technology infusion and training with... More

    p. 695