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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. Supporting virtual students: Ensuring success for all

    Keryn Pratt, University of Otago, New Zealand; Leanna Archambault, Arizona State University, United States; Jered Borup, George Mason University, United States; Kathryn Kennedy, Joe Freidhoff, Justin Bruno, Kristen DeBruler & Rebecca Stimson, Michigan Virtual University, United States

    This panel explores three aspects of how we can best support the increasing numbers of students involved in some form of virtual learning. Archambault et al. report on conversations surrounding... More

    pp. 851-857

  2. World language teachers’ transition from face-to-face to online teaching

    Binbin Zheng & Chin-Hsi Lin, Michigan State University, United States

    Scholars and practitioners are increasingly coming to recognize that, practices that have been successful in traditional teaching do not always translate well when used online. This is especially... More

    pp. 858-861

  3. The Effects of Using Augmented Reality Apps in Higher Education

    Abrar Almoosa, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    Students are showing up in the classroom with powerful computing devices. Given that, instructors are now able to get technology in their instruction. The main focus of this study is to explore the... More

    pp. 862-867

  4. Co-construction of Technology Integrated Lessons

    Elizabeth Barrow, Lana Minshew & Janice Anderson, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    This poster will detail the theoretical framework and current progress of a one-to-one iPad initiative at an urban middle school in the southeastern United States. Results of the pre-study... More

    pp. 868-873

  5. Analyzing and Evaluating the 1:1 Learning Model: What Would Dewey Do?

    Danielle Boulden, North Carolina State University, United States

    This paper explores and evaluates 1:1 computing models in K-12 learning environments through the lens of educational philosopher John Dewey. Using some of John Dewey's most salient beliefs on... More

    pp. 874-881

  6. Self regulation Assessment of Mobile Game-based Language Learning

    Yu-Li Chen, Department of Applied Foreign Languages,Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Chun-Chia Hsu, Department of Culture Creativity and Multimedia Design,Lunghwa University of Science and Technolog, Taiwan; Ji-Liang Doong, Department of Multimedia and Game Science,Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

    Since the introduction of portable devices, there has been constant interest in exploring their potential use in learning. The evolution of technology has continued to provide new possibilities for... More

    pp. 882-886

  7. Ethics and Technology: Challenges and Opportunities

    Betsy Crawford Leeds, Fort Hays State University, United States

    We have become immersed in a world of mobile technology, especially in the field of education. It affects our personal and professional lives many times each day. Ethical issues arise when people... More

    p. 887

  8. Engaging Faculty and Students in a Collaborative Virtual Learning Universe

    Owen Hall, Jr., Pepperdine University, United States

    The world of collaborative virtual learning is now becoming the new norm throughout higher education, in general, and school, of business, in particular. Business educators, under growing... More

    p. 888

  9. Multimodal Learning of Mathematics

    Amy Lin, Brock University, Canada

    The potential of math learning math apps continues to be acknowledged by educators and designers. However, there are few research studies that show improvements in students learning mathematics... More

    pp. 889-894

  10. Exploring factors that explain possible needs of mobile devices integrated in elearning through learning profiling

    Cheng-Chang Pan, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States; Stephen Sivo, University of Central Florida, United States; Francisco Garcia, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States

    Profiling elearning students is a common practice in the field. It carries good intention. Which learner group requires more attention of the university administration in optimizing resources and... More

    pp. 895-898

  11. Combining Different Learning Modalities in a Blended Learning Environment

    Michael Serfin & Vince Moore, The University of North Texas, United States

    Many online courses have been established since the advent of the internet, allowing students access to new kinds of educational resources and pathways. However, should this method of instruction ... More

    pp. 899-900

  12. Deployment of Mobile Devices in Classrooms

    Michael Serfin & Vince Moore, The University of North Texas, United States

    Since the turn of the century the educational arena has seen an influx of digital devices, with high hopes they have the ability to help students learn more effectively. However, do these devices... More

    pp. 901-907

  13. Using the GIR Coaching Model with Beginning and Experienced Teachers in TPACK Science Implementation

    Diane Smith, Joshua Corbat & Janice Anderson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    This study focuses on scaffolding support for beginning teachers in the implementation of the TPACK framework in 1:1 iPad elementary science classrooms. The Gradual Increase of Responsibility (GIR)... More

    pp. 908-913

  14. Bridging the Gap between L2 Vocabulary Acquisition and Mobile Application Design

    Zhuo Wang, Towson University, United States

    Vocabulary is important to any language learning. Especially for L2 learners, who are not often exposed to an environment that affords frequent and accurate use of their target learning language,... More

    pp. 914-919

  15. Creating a “Classroom of the Future” for P-12 Pre-Service Educators

    Lucy Bush, Sherah Carr, Jeffrey Hall, Jon Saulson & Wynnetta Scott-Simmons, Mercer University, United States

    An ad-hoc committee at the Tift College of Education at Mercer University was recently tasked with designing a Classroom of the Future (COTF) for use on the Atlanta, Georgia, USA campus. This... More

    pp. 920-924

  16. An analysis on the relationship between lifelong learning tendencies of pre-service teachers and their epistemological believes on Internet

    Şahin Gökçearslan, Gazi University, Turkey; Funda Kamel Erdoğdu & Tuğra Karademir, Ankara University, Turkey

    The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between lifelong learning tendencies of pre-service teachers and their epistemological believes on internet. The research was carried out in... More

    pp. 925-929

  17. Developing a Digital Badge Platform for a Teacher Training Program

    Samantha Hope & W. Monty Jones, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

    Digital badges utilize the affordances of technology to allow for accomplishments to be transparently recognized and easily shared. The implications for education are easily recognized considering ... More

    pp. 930-935

  18. Contribution of using e-portfolio system with peer and individual enhancing computer skills of students

    Tugra Karademir, University of Oklahoma, Visiting Scholar, United States; Tugba Hayriye Oztürk, Ankara University, Turkey; Gizem Karaoglan Yilmaz & Ramazan Yilmaz, Bartin University, Turkey

    This study was aimed to determine student’s views regarding the contribution of the e-portfolio system to developing computer skills of students studying with peer and individual. Forty-nine... More

    pp. 936-941

  19. Examining Perceptions of Preservice Classroom Teachers in Terms of Dimensions of Digital Citizenship

    Hasan Karal, Karadeniz Tecnical University, Turkey; Eda Bakir, Recep Tayyip Erdogan University, Turkey

    This study was performed in order to examine the perceptions of pre-service classroom teachers in terms of dimensions of digital citizenship. The study followed a case study methodology. The data... More

    pp. 942-944

  20. The Senior Capstone Experience: Value of Managing Teamed Community Service-Oriented Projects

    Charles Lesko, East Carolina University, United States

    This paper provides preliminary analysis on a senior capstone course-series designed to support an Information Computer Technology (ICT) undergraduate program of study. Analysis over an eight year... More

    pp. 945-950