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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 21, 2016


Gregory Chamblee; Lee Langub

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Number of papers: 556

  1. Decoding the Mystery of Technology Integration: Decision-Making and Identities with Elementary Pre-Service Teachers

    Tiffany Nielsen-Winkelman & Yu-Hui Chang, University of Minnesota, United States

    The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate how pre-service elementary teachers make technology integration instructional decisions and how those decisions are informed by their... More

    pp. 2229-2236

  2. Developing an Opinion: How to get students thinking in a Large Lab Computer Science Ethics Course

    Rebecca Odom-Bartel, The University of Alabama, United States

    This round table discussion proposal focuses on critical reflective thinking exercises in a low stakes format for a large computer science ethics course using the LMS system. The instructor is... More

    pp. 2237-2241

  3. The Importance of Ethics in Current Issues and Trends of Computing: Impacting a Student’s Perspective

    Rebecca Odom-Bartel, The University of Alabama, United States

    Over 72% of college students reportedly use the web and technology in their every day life (Anderson, 2001 & Lee, 2009). Over 70% of students in 6th-12th grades reportedly use the web and... More

    pp. 2242-2245

  4. Virtual Mentoring: Harnessing the Power of Technology to develop a K-20 Leadership Collaborative

    Matthew Ohlson, Elizabeth Gregg & Andrea Buenano, University of North Florida, United States

    CAMP (Collegiate Achievement Mentoring Program) Osprey is a leadership-mentoring program where collegiate student leaders serve as mentors to at-risk K-12 students. To overcome geographic and... More

    pp. 2246-2250

  5. Evaluating PCK-EC in Practice – Case Study

    Mercy L. Pena-Morales & Timothy Pelton, University of Victoria, BC, Canada, United States

    The Pedagogical Content Knowledge in an Educational Context (PCK-EC) model was used as the framework for understanding a teacher’s knowledge for teaching a specific mathematics topic with the use... More

    pp. 2251-2257

  6. The Use of Blended Learning and Flipped Classrooms by University of Costa Rica Faculty.

    Melania Piedra-Barrera & Sandra Vega-Carrero, The University of Kansas, United States

    Abstract: In the search of new methodologies to improve teaching and learning, “flipped classrooms” have become a new way to integrate technologies in the educative process. This research has the... More

    pp. 2258-2262

  7. A Mixed Method Exploratory Study: Global Teach Connection (GTC)

    Joyce Pittman, Drexel University, United States

    The purpose of this four year research and development project is to share preliminary research that resulted in a strategic relationship between Drexel’s School of Education and University of Penn... More

    pp. 2263-2268

  8. Perpetual Professor Revisited: Faculty-Student Communication Outside the Classroom Space

    Mark J. Piwinsky & Brittany L. Pavolik, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States; Mary Beth Leidman, Indiana University of Pennsylvani, United States; Lacey A. Fulton, Clarion University, United States

    New technologies have not only changed the classroom experience but have the potential to re-shape faculty-student interaction outside the classroom. This paper updates a 2009 study of faculty on ... More

    pp. 2269-2274

  9. Emerging Local Hybrid-Homeschool Collaborative Communities

    Joanne Puryear, University of North Texas, United States

    Abstract: As homeschooling continues to grow and gain acceptance in mainstream America, local collaborative communities are emerging among the homeschoolers, enabling them to have interaction and... More

    pp. 2275-2279

  10. Experiential Learning and The Development of a Digital Textbook: A Student's Perspective

    Jaclyn Queen & Chris Greer, Georgia College & State University, United States

    The generation of learners today are much different than the generation of learners in the past. Students of the 21st century thrive on the use of technology and the concept of blending technology ... More

    pp. 2280-2282

  11. The Relationship of Presence, Self-regulation, and Achievement in Educational Social Networks

    Ilknur REisoglu & Hakan Islamoglu, Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, Turkey; Ayça Çebi, Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey; Canan Çolak, Anadolu Üniversitesi, Turkey; Tuğba Bahçekapılı, Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey

    The purpose of this study was to examine university students’ instructional, social, cognitive presence in educational social networks and investigate the relationships of different forms of... More

    pp. 2283-2285

  12. The Use of Online Tutoring to Promote Higher-Level Thinking Skills in English Language Learners using Asynchronous Discussion Boards in Teacher Preparation Programs

    Claudia R. Rodas, Northern Arizona University, United States

    The emergence of online learning communities has presented a unique challenge in higher education. Asynchronous discussion boards (ADB) have the potential to promote learning among students, but... More

    pp. 2286-2289

  13. Complexity of an Interactive Case Study on Student Self-Efficacy

    Julia Roman, Brittany Caldwell, D. Matthew Boyer, Penelope Vargas & Meihua Qian, Clemson University, United States

    This proposal concerns the evaluation of a interactive case study as a resource for practical application of Educational Psychology theories. Students at the implementation university do not have a... More

    pp. 2290-2293

  14. A Replication Study of Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions in Using Free and Open Source Tools

    Dr. David Rutledge, Mehmet Ozer, Armando Altamirano, Tahani Mansour & Joann Latorre, New Mexico State University, United States

    This study investigates how pre-service teachers, who are born into a technology oriented world, think about using free and open source tools (FOST) in their future classrooms after taking a... More

    pp. 2294-2300

  15. Professional Development 2.0: Teaching Teachers about Technology

    Katie Rybakova, Florida State University, United States; Shelbie Witte, Oklahoma State University, United States

    The focus of this article is how National Writing Project High School English teachers used blogs as a form of professional development, and why it is necessary to change the way professional... More

    pp. 2301-2306

  16. To Flip: I Flip, You Flip, We Flip?

    Christine Sabieh, Notre Dame University, Lebanon

    Twelve graduate students, also full-time school teachers, experienced “the flip”. Sabieh showed how flipping is powerful in that it facilitates learning, increases critical-thinking, creates a... More

    pp. 2307-2314

  17. The one-to-one classroom: Are we preparing preservice teachers for technologically advanced learning environments?

    William Sadera & Andrea Parrish, Towson University, United States

    The pursuit of one-to-one educational learning environments in K-12 schools has grown significantly in recent years. Teacher education programs must conform to ensure that they are effectively... More

    pp. 2315-2316

  18. Trend Analysis of Technology Integration by Teachers in India

    Shilpa Sahay, University of Florida, United States

    This paper analyzes the trends in educational technology in India by conducting a content analysis of peer-reviewed journal publications over the decades. A database search for journals with... More

    pp. 2317-2321

  19. Asynchronous Online Language Learning: Some Considerations

    Iona Sarieva, Saint Leo University, United States; Vasumathi Badrinathan, Ramnarain Ruia College, University of Mumbai, India

    Two independent studies using a blog and a forum, are presented side by side in the effort to reveal the complexity of learning interaction in CMC environments. The discussion is guided by the... More

    pp. 2322-2329

  20. Implementing Multimedia in an iPad 1:1 Initiative With Middle School Students

    Sheila Schatzke, University of North Texas, United States

    During the 2014-2015 school year a plan was developed for a 1:1 program with all seventh-grade students in the Deer Park Independent School District. The EMPOWER program deployed over twelve... More

    pp. 2330-2335