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SITE 2003--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2003

Editors

Caroline Crawford; Niki Davis; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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Number of papers: 1052

  1. The Virtual School and the "Hidden Agenda"

    Diana Muir, Intelligent Education, Inc., United States

    Traditionally the intended curriculum is what we say it is. The actual or 'hidden curriculum' is what remains after everything else has been forgotten. The concept of a hidden agenda in... More

    pp. 606-609

  2. Internet Accessibility: Some Simple Solutions Any Web Designer Can Employ

    Kimberly Nyles-Roque, Iowa State University, United States

    By United States law entities to which the Americans with Disabilities Act applies are also required to meet accessibility requirements in regard to their web content. As public schools and... More

    pp. 610-613

  3. I-Movie for Social Justice & Activism: Mutual Engagement, Joint Enterprise, and Shared Repertoire

    Karina Otoya-Knapp, Bank Street College, United States

    This paper reports on the findings of a technology-driven ethnographic study conducted during a Foundations of Education course in the fall of 2001. The graduate students, also in-service teachers,... More

    pp. 614-616

  4. A Framework for Designing and Evaluating Diversity-Responsive Educational Technologies

    J. David Ramirez, CLMER/CSULB, United States

    In the U.S. federal legislation such as "No Child Left Behind" continue to underscore our systemic failure to provide a meaningful and effective education to certain groups of children,... More

    pp. 617-623

  5. Defining and Designing 21st Century Literacies

    Kevin Rocap, CLMER/CSULB, United States

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are implicated in transformations at all levels of society. One key consideration is how current and emerging technologies affect the definition... More

    pp. 624-631

  6. Virtuality as Strategy: An Electronically Networked Community as Framework for the Development of Portuguese Studies in the California State University System

    Ana Sousa, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

    Erstwhile the world language for international business and diplomatic communication, Portuguese faces a peculiar situation at present. On the one hand, reassuring statistics rank it among the... More

    pp. 632-635

  7. Racism in Cyberspace: Can We Ignore It?

    Laura Sujo de Montes, Northern Arizona University, United States

    Distance learning, especially in computer-mediated environments, is the dominant trend in education. Universities fear that they will be left behind or even become extinct if they do not offer... More

    pp. 636-639

  8. Service Learning and Technology in an Undergraduate Teacher Preparation Course: Do They Mix?

    Laura Sujo de Montes, Northern Arizona University, United States; Susan Wolff, Flagstaff Unified School District, United States; Elizabeth Willis, Northern Arizona University, United States

    Even though service learning has caught the attention of faculty at universities in recent years, it is far from being implemented in ways that serve both the community and the student. Sometimes a... More

    pp. 640-643

  9. A multi-pronged approach for supporting in-service educators with the integration of educational technology in a South African context

    Jeremiah Maseko, Rabaitse Diseko, Geoffrey Lautenbach & Duan vanderWesthuizen, Rand Afrikaans University, South Africa

    The ubiquity of the use of ICT in education in developed countries does not extent to developing countries like South Africa. However, several initiatives exist that are changing this, and... More

    pp. 644-648

  10. Graduating Teachers’ Reflections about Teaching with Information and Communication Technologies

    Peter Albion, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

    Teachers' visions for and beliefs about working with Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are an important influence on the successful application of ICTs in education. Because beliefs... More

    pp. 649-652

  11. Action Research: An Electronic Venue

    Marino Alvarez, Tennessee State University, United States

    Technology is influencing the ways in which researchers are using metacognitive tools for conducting investigations and learning new information. Changing are paper-and-pencil modes of... More

    pp. 653-655

  12. ICT, research and teacher education in France: issues and perspectives

    Georges-Louis Baron, INRP, France; Eric Bruillard, IUFM de Caen, France

    ICT and the Internet have now become rather commonplace in the French society. However, their integration into every day classroom practice remains an issue. This paper is based on the remark that... More

    pp. 656-660

  13. Using Action Research to Determine Technology Effectiveness in Secondary and Postsecondary Settings

    Steven Aragon & James Bartlett, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

    The purpose of this presentation is to give a brief overview of experimental designs that could be implemented in action research projects. In addition, the participants will be involved in an... More

    pp. 661-666

  14. Pascua Yaqui Connection

    J David Betts, University of Arizona, United States

    The Pascua Yaqui Community Resource Lab is the computer facility established on the Pascua Yaqui Reservation by the Pascua Yaqui Connection project. The U.S. Department of Commerce... More

    pp. 667-670

  15. Implementation Strategies and Evaluation of A Collaborative Learning System

    Shigeru Narita & Madhumita Bhattacharya, Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Japan

    This is paper describes a method of introduction of a collaborative learning system in an elementary school in Japan. In this study we intend to evaluate a groupware for teaching and learning. The ... More

    pp. 671-674

  16. The Development and Validation of a Universally-designed Software Evaluation Instrument

    Kyle Higgins & Randall Boone, University of Nevada Las Vegas, United States

    This Brief Paper Presentation will present three separate areas of interest from a research project into the development and validation of a universally-designed software evaluation instrument for ... More

    pp. 675-678

  17. A Demographic Comparison of Attitudes Toward Internet-Delivered Instruction

    Jonathan Brinkerhoff, University of New Mexico, United States; Carol Koroghlanian, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, United States

    Research in Internet-delivered instruction most often reflects practice rather than drives it. This presentation presents specific recommendations for improving the design quality and... More

    pp. 679-680

  18. Pedagogical Ethnotechnograpy: A Research Method to Understand Technology as a Curriculum Text.

    Prince Hycy Bull, North Carolina State University, United States

    There are many different lenses to view the integration of technology within the educational system. This researcher believes that one such lens is pedagogical ethnotechnography. A pedagogical... More

    pp. 681-683

  19. Toward a New Model of Instructional Design

    Perry Schoon & Ralph Cafolla, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    The purpose of this paper is to suggest the need for a new model of instructional design and to begin a discussion on the nature of the principles that must be embodied by a new model. The new... More

    pp. 684-687

  20. Four Perspectives on Strengthening Evaluations of PT3 and Other Preservice Programs

    Selma Sax, Wexford, Inc., United States; Deborah Jolly, Texas A&M University, United States; Sheila Cassidy, Selma Sax, Wexford, Inc., United States; Tim Best, Ohio Regents, United States

    rovides four perspectives on how planning, implementation and evaluation of preservice programs might be strengthened. 1. the Systemic Change Framework and Self-Assessment Instrument; 2. the ... More

    pp. 688-690