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

2002

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Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Niki Davis

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Number of papers: 878

  1. Rhetorical Approach to Assessing Online Discussion

    Duane Graddy, Middle Tennessee State University, United States

    A key element in successful online learning is full and fruitful participation of learners in group discussions. These collaborative forums provide the basis for devising shared goals, encouraging ... More

    pp. 173-174

  2. Reeducating the Professor and the Student: Lessons Learned from Distance Education Classrooms

    Sara Olin Zimmerman, John Tashner & Melanie Greene, Appalachian State University, United States

    This study attempted to examine the relationship between teachers and students in distance education classes taught by university faculty from the college of education. Graduate students who were ... More

    pp. 175-179

  3. Using a Centralized Web Site to Support Distance Learners

    Barbara Lockee, David Halpin & Stephanie Scheer, Virginia Tech, United States

    Supporting students at a distance can be quite a challenge, especially for programs that are completely web-based. Many times instructors must be responsible for providing not only instructional... More

    pp. 180-181

  4. The Professional Development Series: Web-based Staff Development for K-12 Teachers

    Lisa A. Heaton, Marshall University Graduate College, United States; Lisa A. Washington, Rockman Et Al, United States; Rudy Pauley, Marshall University Graduate College, United States

    The Professional Development Series was initiated during the Spring 2001 semester for the purpose of providing staff development courses to in-service teachers across the state. Courses are web... More

    pp. 182-183

  5. Constructing the Online Learning Community: An Examination of Reader Response as a Mechanism for Scaffolding

    Kelly Frankum & Jeannine Hirtle, The University of Texas at Arlington, United States

    Studies on the pedagogical implications for integration of technology within teacher preparation courses are emerging in a time when national surveys (Milliken 2000, ISTE 1999) decry the lack of... More

    pp. 184-189

  6. Bridging Craft and Academic: A Demonstration of Web-Based, Problem Based Learning Training Materials

    Sarah Hough, Stacey Kyle, Michael Gerber & Jill Leafstedt, University of California, Santa Barbara, United States

    Come and learn about a multi-media web based learning tool -- built on a constructivist (problem based learning) approach--designed for use in teacher development. Objectives and Overview The... More

    pp. 190-191

  7. Internet Tools for Scientific Inquiry and Pathways to Reform

    Louis Lanunziata & Richard Huber, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States

    This interactive session/demonstration will present a case for using interactive Internet resources as tools for facilitating inquiry-based science instruction, as called for in the National... More

    pp. 192-193

  8. Differential Characteristics of Students in On-Line vs. Traditional Courses

    Elizabeth Downs & Stephen J. Jenkins, Georgia Southern University, United States

    On-line offerings of courses have increased exponentially. Efforts to meet the needs of diverse, non-traditional students have created a market for instruction that can be delivered in flexible... More

    pp. 194-196

  9. The Learning to Teach with Technology Studio: Demonstration of a state-of-the-art Web-based Professional Development system for teaching K-12 technology integration

    Carolyn Scholten & Jamie Kirkley, Indiana University, United States

    In this demonstration, participants will examine an existing online professional development system for preK-12 technology integration and explore key issues related to designing this type of a... More

    pp. 197-198

  10. European Computer Driving License Online Course

    Karel Kveton, Czech Technical University in Prague, United States

    The European Computer Driving License (ECDL) is the European-wide qualification, which enables people to demonstrate their competence in computer skills. The UNESCO International Centre for... More

    pp. 199-200

  11. Diversified Instructional Modality System for Learning Transfer

    Doo Lim, University of Tennessee, United States

    Transfer of learning in online learning environment has become an emerging issue in colleges and universities as more institutions try to develop and deliver instructions online. In an effort to... More

    pp. 201-202

  12. The Question of Quality: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Distance Education

    John Burton, D. Michael Moore & Barbara Lockee, Virginia Tech, United States; Harold Daniels, East Tennessee State University, United States

    Determining the effectiveness of distance-delivered courses and programs is important not only from an instructor's perspective, but a necessary function for many stakeholders involved in the... More

    p. 203

  13. Accessibility Concerns for Distance Education

    Lisa Lundy, University of Florida, United States

    As cutting-edge technology, such as the World Wide Web and online conferencing systems, enable universities to offer distance education courses to a diverse population, it becomes increasingly... More

    p. 204

  14. The Significant Challenge That Distance Learning Represents to Educators

    John Morris & Michael Scheuermann, Drexel University, United States

    Distance education, e-learning, Web-based courses, etc. represent opportunities for educational institutions, faculty, and students. There is no doubt about that, assuming that these myriad... More

    pp. 205-209

  15. Supporting Teachers in Active Online Learning Environments

    Doug MacLachlan, Chinook College, Calgary Board of Education, Canada

    This paper describes a professional development path designed to support teachers as they shift from the traditional teaching environment to one that incorporates a virtual component. Several key ... More

    pp. 205-209

  16. Different Assessment Methods for Deaf and Hearing On-Line Learners

    James Mallory, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

    Paper Content was uploaded to this form in MS Word format instead of entered as text. More

    pp. 210-214

  17. Electronic Conferencing in the Classroom

    Kathryn Schmitz & James Mallory, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

    Paper Content was uploaded to this form in MS Word format instead of entered as text. More

    pp. 215-219

  18. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Online Instructional and Delivery Technologies for Deaf and Hearing Students

    James Mallory, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States; Gary Long, NTID at RIT, United States

    Abstract was uploaded. PLEASE IGNORE A PREVIOUS SUBMISSION WITH THE SAME TITLE AND AUTHORS. THIS IS THE CORRECT PAPER. THANKS! More

    pp. 220-224

  19. Integrating Multimedia and Video Streamed Instruction into a Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Classroom

    James Mallory, Harry Lang, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

    Paper Content was uploaded to this form in MS Word format instead of entered as text. More

    pp. 225-229

  20. Synchronous, Remote, Internet Conferencing with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

    James Mallory, Harry Lang, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States

    Paper Content was uploaded to this form in MS Word format instead of entered as text. More

    pp. 230-234