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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 21, 2016

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Gregory Chamblee; Lee Langub

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Number of papers: 556

  1. Rising to the Challenge - What Practicing Teachers Learned from a Video-Enhanced Reflective Professional Development Project

    Ming Zhang & Xiaoping Li, Central Michigan University, United States

    Abstract: Video has been used in both pre-service teacher education and in-service professional development (PD) for over decades. However, little is yet known about the psychological effects of... More

    pp. 1169-1177

  2. Leadership in a 1:1 technology implementation: an evaluation through the lens of activity theory

    Dr. Jodi Bergland Holen, Dr. Woei Hung & Dr. Bonni Gourneau, University of North Dakota, United States

    In 2013, 1:1 technology initiative was implemented at a Midwestern rural high school. It included funding that was projected to sustain all necessary technology for 12 years. In total, there are... More

    pp. 1178-1185

  3. The Student-Directed EdTech Conference: Nurturing Teacher Leadership Skills

    David Byrum, Doug Holschuh & Shaunna Smith, Texas State University, United States

    This paper is about the evolution of a teacher education program sponsored educational technology conference as it moved from a student-assisted conference to a completely student directed... More

    pp. 1186-1194

  4. Relative Uses, Impact, and Possibilities For Teachers’ Uses of Formal, Informal, and Independent Learning to Integrate Technology

    Sara Dexter, Emily Barton, Melissa Anderson Morgan & J. Patrick Meyer, University of Virginia, United States

    Formal, informal, and independent professional learning opportunities have distinct characteristics, meeting different teacher needs. In a quasi-experimental design with matched comparison sites,... More

    pp. 1195-1202

  5. Trends in Types Of and Goals For Technology Usage As Teachers Increase Their Technology Integration

    Sara Dexter & Melissa Anderson Morgan, University of Virginia, United States; W. Monty Jones, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States; J. Patrick Meyer, University of Virginia, United States

    Leaders in the treatment schools in a quasi-experimental study were guided to provide high-quality professional development as part of participation in a technology leadership development project. ... More

    pp. 1203-1209

  6. Educational Leaders As Technology Leaders: Technology Literacy Skill Development

    Holly Ellis, Byron Havard, Nancy Hastings & Ashley McArthur, University of West Florida, United States

    Educational leaders are seen as the technology leaders in schools (Gosmire & Grady, 2007; Creighton, 2003). Part of the educational leader’s responsibility is to promote technology literacy in... More

    pp. 1210-1216

  7. Educational Leaders As Technology Leaders: Technology Literacy Skill Development

    Holly Ellis, Byron Havard, Nancy Hastings & Ashley McArthur, University of West Florida, United States

    Educational leaders are seen as the technology leaders in schools (Gosmire & Grady, 2007; Creighton, 2003). Part of the educational leader’s responsibility is to promote technology literacy in... More

    pp. 1217-1223

  8. The Use of Gilbert’s Behavior Engineering Model to Identify Barriers to Technology Integration in a Public School

    Charles L. King, Jr., Lynchburg Public Schools, United States; Katherine Cennamo, Virginia Tech, United States

    The purpose of this study was to determine whether techniques that are commonly used to identify the cause of performance problems in business settings are appropriate to identify barriers to... More

    pp. 1224-1228

  9. Playing the Standards Game and Winning: Aligning Technology Standards to Your Needs

    David Marcovitz & Kelly Keane, Loyola University Maryland, United States

    Accreditation can be an arduous and time-consuming process, particularly in the field of Educational Technology, where there is a vast array of standards to consider, including ISTE Standards for... More

    pp. 1229-1233

  10. 21st Century Leadership Round Table Discussion

    Andrea Munro & Tamerin Capellino, Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System, United States

    Educational leaders of the future must be equipped to transform schools in the 21st century. During the roundtable discussion, participants will be exposed to Brandman University’s Technology... More

    p. 1234

  11. Preparing Technology Leaders of the Future

    Andrea Munro & Tamerin Capellino, Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System, United States

    Brandman University, part of the Chapman University system, commenced an innovative re-design of their Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration with the vision to develop ... More

    p. 1235

  12. Collaboration in principals’ experiences leading 1:1 computing: A phenomenology of change leadership

    Stefani Pautz & Bill Sadera, Towson University, United States

    One-to-one (1:1) computing initiatives have seen rapid growth as school districts seek to equalize student access to technology and curriculum, and to equip students with the 21st century skills... More

    pp. 1236-1239

  13. Understanding and practicing digital leadership: Early results from a qualitative study of rural school leaders

    Johanna Prince, =University of Maine at Farmington, United States

    Leaders can use technology to enhance teaching and learning; facilitate professional growth in staff; create more efficient systems; and communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders. This brief... More

    pp. 1240-1245

  14. Technology Enhanced Quality Learning for All: The EDUsummIT 2015 Call to Action

    Joke Voogt, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Kwok Wing Lai, University of Otago, New Zealand; Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States; Peter Albion, University of Southern Queensland, Australia; Jo Tondeur, Ghent University, Belgium; Alona Forkosh-Baruch, Tel-Aviv University, School of Education, Israel; Miri Schönfield, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts?, & MOFET Tel Aviv, Israel; Thérèse Laferrière, Laval University, Canada; J. Michael Spector, University of North Texas, United States; Punya Mishra, Michigan State University, United States; Petra Fisser, Netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development Netherlands, Netherlands; Danah Henriksen, Arizona State University, United States; Rhonda Christensen, University of North Texas, United States; Paul Resta, University of Texas, United States; Mike Searson, Kean University, United States; Charoula Angeli, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

    EduSummIT is a global community of policy-makers, researchers, and educators working together to move education into the digital age. The fourth EDUsummIT took place September 14-15, 2015 in... More

    pp. 1246-1248

  15. Services Offered for International Students Success: Content Analysis of Universities with Top CTE Programs

    Shuyun Chen & Michelle Bartlett, North Carolina State University, United States

    This content analysis explored services provided to international students and how resources help adjust to new oversea life on and off campus. Official websites of six American universities with... More

    pp. 1249-1253

  16. A Modern IT Curriculum: Successful Integration with other Computing Disciplines

    Michael Jonas, University of New Hampshire at Manchester, United States

    Information Technology (IT) is a major that teaches students how to work with complex technologies and tackle challenging problems. Many of the industry jobs are best suited for IT graduates though... More

    pp. 1254-1258

  17. Building a Community of Female ICT Professionals: Drawn to Technology

    Denise Mahoney, Kent Intermediate School District, United States; David Rutledge, New Mexico State University, United States

    Current jobs in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) are not being filled and projections indicate the job market will grow. There is a critical need for more people to enter into the... More

    pp. 1259-1264

  18. Reinventing TPACK, STEM Teaching and Leadership in an Urban Context

    Punya Mishra, Leigh Graves-Wolf, Sonya Gunnings-Moton, Christopher Seals, Rohit Mehta, Inese Berzina, Swati Mehta, Akesha Horton, Kyle Shack, Candace Marcotte & Missy Cosby, Michigan State University, United States; Dakota Pawlicki, Chicago Public Schools, United States

    This symposium discusses the pedagogical make up and impact of the MSU-Wipro UrbanSTEM & Leadership Fellowship program on teacher practices, efficacy, and competence. We will describe our... More

    pp. 1265-1269

  19. Integrated STEM Teacher Education Programs: An Innovative Approach to Preparing 21st Century Workforce

    Mahnaz Moallem, Sridhar Narayan & Gabriel Lugo, UNC Wilmington, United States; Amy Reamer, NC State University, United States; Gene Tagliarini, UNC Wilmington, United States

    This paper describes two uniquely designed integrated STEM undergraduate and graduate programs developed with support from the National Science Foundation. The programs are designed and developed... More

    pp. 1270-1277

  20. Working Towards the Future: Technology Use and Evaluation in Workforce Development

    Erica Ross, North Carolina State University/Cleveland Community College, United States; Randy Romich, North Carolina State University/Guilford Technical Community College, United States; Jennifer Pena, North Carolina State University/ Rockingham Community College, United States

    This paper explores the relevant research on the use of technology in workforce education and development, as well as suggestions for future areas of development. A thorough examination of the... More

    pp. 1278-1282