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SITE 2005--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2005

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Caroline Crawford; Roger Carlsen; Ian Gibson; Karen McFerrin; Jerry Price; Roberta Weber; Dee Anna Willis

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Number of papers: 856

  1. Peer Assessment in Group Projects: An Input Oriented Process

    Byron Havard, Jianxia Du & George Pate, Mississippi State University, United States

    The free-rider problem, also know as social loafing, where one or more members of a group do not complete their share of work for a group project, is the focus of many complaints voiced by students... More

    pp. 101-104

  2. Implementing an E-portfolio System in a School of Education: A report from the field

    Julius Hayden, Georgia College and State University, United States

    The realities of implementing an e-portfolio system in a school of education are the focus of this paper. E-portfolio systems promise students a place to accumulate and organize their work across... More

    pp. 105-107

  3. Constructing conceptual confidence? Electronic collaborative concept mapping in an Educational Assessment Course

    KC Holder, Eastern Oregon University, United States

    Abstract. This brief paper proposal describes a current study that is designed to explore the nature of how electronic collaborative concept mapping relates to student self-report confidence... More

    pp. 108-111

  4. Utilizing On-line Student Teacher Evaluation Forms to Improve Program Assessment

    David Jackson, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States

    During the fall of 2004 our teacher education program implemented the use of on-line submission forms for cooperating teachers in an effort to better serve our cooperating teachers and provide us... More

    pp. 112-113

  5. Student and Faculty Perceptions on the Deployment of an Electronic Documentation System

    Kenneth Janz & Christy Coleman, Indiana State University, United States

    This paper is a summary of results from data collected from a survey of undergraduate students (n=248) and faculty (n=19) concerning the deployment of an electronic documentation system. This... More

    pp. 114-118

  6. Assessing Learning Online: The Top Ten List

    Beverly Klecker, Morehead State University, United States

    The purpose of instruction, whether face-to-face or online, is to facilitate student achievement of clearly defined learning objectives. Online assessment can measure achievement of intended... More

    pp. 119-121

  7. Interactive Webfolios

    Kazimierz Kowalski & Mohammad Eyadat, California State University, Dominguez Hills, United States

    Digital portfolios give the opportunity to students and graduates to demonstrate their skills in the learning field. They can be delivered on digital media like floppy, zip, or CD/DVD disks or via ... More

    pp. 122-127

  8. Keeping teachers in the center: a framework for data-driven decision-making

    Daniel Light & Dara Wexler, EDC/Center for Children and Technology, United States; Cricket Heinz, EDC?Center Children and Technology, United States

    The Education Development Center's Center for Children and Technology (CCT) conducted a three year study of a large-scale data reporting system, developed by the Grow Network for New York City's... More

    pp. 128-133

  9. Trends in use of handheld technology to support student reading assessment

    Wendy Martin, Cricket Heinze & Tomoe Kanaya, Center for Children and Technology / EDC, United States

    We propose to present findings based on work from the Reading First Evaluation for the state of New Mexico. As part of the implementation of Reading First programming, the state required all... More

    pp. 134-137

  10. Faculty: The Missing Link in the E-Portfolio Process

    Ann McCoy, University of Alaska Anchorage, United States

    UAA pre-service interns have received numerous opportunities for support as they develop their electronic portfolios. Data collected each year from interns indicated the faculty do not share a... More

    pp. 138-141

  11. The Use of Technology in Assessment of Teacher Education Candidates

    Leroy Metze, Western Kentucky Univrsity, United States; Sam Evans, Tony Kirchner & Antony Norman, Western Kentucky University, United States

    The current focus on accountability and high stakes assessment at the P-12 level and the subsequent criticism being leveled against higher education for the quality of classroom teachers has... More

    pp. 142-143

  12. It's Elementary! Using Electronic Portfolios with Young Students

    Johm Moritz, Copper King Elementary School, Pendergast School District, United States; Alice Christie, Arizona State University, United States

    This paper will demonstrate how applying technology in a writing workshop can improve student learning and instruction by incorporating student reflection, teacher collaboration, individualized... More

    pp. 144-151

  13. Online Teacher Education Program: Electronic Portfolio Requirements

    Ellen O'Hara-Mays, Lock Haven University, United States

    Abstract: The Master of Education programs in both Teaching and Learning and Alternative Education at Lock Haven University for the past three years have explored the use of electronic portfolios.... More

    p. 152

  14. Risks and Rewards of Including Student Teaching Video Clips in Electronic Hiring Portfolios

    Suzanne Painter, Arizona State University, United States

    This study analyzed the responses of K-8 human resource directors and principals to the use of digital video clips in teacher education students' electronic portfolios used for hiring. Several... More

    pp. 153-160

  15. Formative and summative on-line assessments: three years development and experience.

    Andreas Panayiotidis, Kingston University, United Kingdom

    Virtual learning and electronic assessment environments are expected to enhance the teaching experience and improve learning effectiveness in addition to providing learning opportunities for larger... More

    pp. 161-163

  16. TEIMS: A Teacher Education Information Management / E-Portfolio System

    Timothy Peters, Colorado State University - Pueblo, United States; Victoria Marquesen, Karen Micheli & Barb Ramirez, Colorado State University – Pueblo, United States; Shekar Jayaraman & Balaji Srinivasan, ClientSolv (CCSA, Inc.), United States; Miriam Fultz, Desertfrost Consulting Group, United States

    The ability to track and to analyze data is fundamental to two important functions of assessment in teacher education programs: 1) the requirement to monitor individual student progress through the... More

    pp. 164-165

  17. Assessing structural knowledge in computer-mediated learning environments

    J. Michael Pickle & Kathryn Flannery, St. Cloud State University, United States; Roxanne Bridges, College of St. Catherine, United States; Suryarshi Basu, St. Cloud State University, India

    A number of techniques for assessing structural knowledge are extant, but each of the approaches has limitations. Many of these limitations are associated with the construct validity of the... More

    pp. 166-169

  18. Integrated Learning Systems (ILS): A Comparison of Two ILS Measures of Achievement in Reading and Florida’s Comprehensive Assessment Test (FACT)

    Frantz Pierre, BEADS, Barry University, Miamishores, Florida, United States; Marie-Line Germain, Barry University & City College, United States

    Abstract: To determine if two Integrated Learning Systems(SuccessMaker and Read 180) measures of achievement can be predictive indicators of Florida's Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) scale... More

    pp. 170-174

  19. Multimedia Assessment Techniques Using Hand-held Technology

    Gary Pinkston, Sue Ridout & Jane Riehl, Indiana University Sout East, United States

    This presentation describes an ongoing project directed at promoting authentic assessment using PDA technology in the implementation of teacher candidate self assessment activities. PDAs with... More

    p. 175

  20. The Development of a Web-Based System for Course and Program Assessment

    Sofya Poger, Aziz Kamari, YokeMeng Chuah & Catherine Ricardo, Iona College, United States

    This paper describes a web-based system developed in the Computer Science Department of Iona College for on-line assessment of courses. The system was designed by faculty and was implemented by... More

    pp. 176-181