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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Mar 26, 2018

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Elizabeth Langran; Jered Borup

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Number of papers: 392

  1. Designing Online Learning Environments to Improve Students' Performance in Graduate Statistics Courses

    Zihang Shao & Serdar Abaci, Indiana University Bloomington, United States

    Along with rapid development of online learning movement, more attention should be paid to strategic planning for quality online learning programs and courses. The authors proposed a process of... More

    pp. 234-244

  2. Best Practices in Asynchronous Online Instruction

    Maria Stetter, Roosevelt University--Chicago, IL, United States

    This proposal delineates best practices around instructor participation in online university courses and resulting questions for clarification The best online instructors engage students in the... More

    pp. 245-247

  3. How to Train Faculty When There Isn't Time

    Claire Stuve & Shagufta Sami, The University of Toledo, United States

    Faculty lead busy lives. With research, teaching, and community service requirements, there is little time left for attending trainings and professional development, especially with respect to... More

    pp. 248-249

  4. Are You with It? Redefining Teacher Withitness for the Online Medium

    Samantha Uribe & Michelle Vaughan, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the skillset often referred to as teacher withitness and to reexamine its application for the online medium. As a well-documented technique that... More

    pp. 250-255

  5. Making Blended Learning Decisions Based on Desired Learning Levels

    Richard Vranesh, CSSI, United States

    In many training organizations, instructional formats are determined by the stake holder or customer and often contain a rather eclectic array of ILT, WBT, and some learning modules contained in... More

    pp. 256-261

  6. Web applications for education of parallel programming

    Akiyoshi Wakatani, Konan University, Japan; Toshiyuki Maeda, Hannan University, Japan

    Along with the progress of semiconductor technol- ogy, parallel systems have been spread over many application areas by using parallel programming environment such as OpenMP and CUDA Not only... More

    pp. 262-267

  7. Using Learning Theory to Guide the Design and Practice of Distance Learning

    Judith Zorfass & Valerie Harlow Shinas, Lesley University, Graduate School of Education, United States

    This paper reviews multiple perspectives to identify principles and pedagogies that undergird effective online learning. Three examples derived from the theoretical review of literature in each... More

    pp. 268-277

  8. Digital Storytelling Enhances Students' Speaking Skills at Zewail University of Science and Technology in Egypt

    Mohamed Abdelmageed, Zewail City of Science and Technology, Egypt; Zeinab El-Naggar, Ain Shams University, Egypt

    Digital storytelling integrates the traditional art of oral storytelling with the technology available in the twenty-first century classroom. The aim of this study was two-fold:... More

    pp. 278-287

  9. Toward A Framework for Designing and Developing Educational Infographics

    Wejdan Almunive, Virginia Tech, United States; Ali Alshammari, Purdue University, United States

    Instructional materials are commonly used in assisting and facilitating learning among learners. One of the ways learners can acquire and remember information more efficiently is through the use of... More

    pp. 288-292

  10. Project Based Learning (PBL)with Digital Storytelling approach: Research results of Digital Storytelling Contest (DISTCO) PBL 2017

    Bulent Dogan, University of Houston, United States

    This paper highlights the research results of Digital Storytelling Contests (DISTCO) PBL 2017. Due to the lack of current research on the Project-Based-Learning (PBL) with Digital Storytelling... More

    pp. 293-304

  11. Agency and Storytelling

    Luciane Maria Fadel & Nicole Trevisol, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

    This paper argues that interactive and immersive spaces in online journalism are a form of enhancing storytelling that enables the viewer the opportunity to build knowledge and develop a critical... More

    pp. 305-311

  12. Digital Show and Tell: Digital Journaling With Interactive Whiteboard Apps for Formative Assessment

    Deborah Kozdras, University of South Florida, Gus A. Stavros Center, United States; Christine Joseph, East Carolina University, United States

    We considered digital storytelling (Ohler, 2006) as an umbrella term, which included digital video, slideshows, and any other applications that students can use to tell stories (narrative,... More

    pp. 312-315

  13. Digital Storytelling activities: Direct and indirect educational benefits

    Panagiotis Psomos & Maria Kordaki, University of the Aegean, Greece

    This study presents a literature review which was realized in order to provide an answer to a question related to the basic direct and indirect educational benefits that can derive from digital... More

    pp. 316-322

  14. Digital Storytelling and Multimedia Learning by Chinese JFL (Japanese as a Foreign Language) Learners

    Hitoshi Susono, Yan Zhao, Maho Ninomiya & Eri Ono, Mie University, Japan; Maki Hagino, Open University of Japan, Mie University, Japan

    As an increasing number of Chinese people study Japanese as a foreign language, more teachers are struggling to teach them Japanese composition (essay). Typically, there is significant student... More

    pp. 323-328

  15. Video re-use in mathematics teacher education

    Kara Suzuka, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, United States; Rebecca Frank, Erica Crawford & Elizabeth Yakel, University of Michigan, United States

    This study examines the re-use of existing video records of practice (VRPs) in preservice mathematics teacher education. The research is based on 34 interviews with mathematics teacher educators... More

    pp. 329-336

  16. Complicated Conversations: Faculty and Graduate Student Perspectives on the Role of Film in Understanding Diverse Field Experiences

    Curby Alexander, M. Francyne Huckaby & Jayna McQueen, Texas Christian University, United States

    The following panel addresses the complicated conversation (Pinar, 2011) between faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates about the influence of bias and prior experience in processing and... More

    pp. 337-342

  17. Infrastructure, Acquisition, and Training: The First Step Toward a Technology Literate Classroom

    Gabriela Marie Chacon & Annie Hale, Arizona State University, United States

    The integration of technology in the kindergarten through 12th-grade (K-12) classroom is a complex and ever-evolving issue shaped by intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Classroom teachers face... More

    pp. 343-346

  18. Digital Storytelling as a Tool for Developing Diversity Awareness in Pre-Service teachers

    Jessica DuBois, Ball State University, United States

    Digital storytelling has emerged over the last decade as a pedagogical tool in K-12 education. Research on it’s use in higher education has emerged as a tool to help engage students in technology.... More

    pp. 347-349

  19. Culturally Responsive Academic Advising: Should Race and Advising Co-Exist?

    Katrieva Jones Munroe, Alamo Colleges District, United States

    In higher education, the intention was to create curricular spaces for on-campus students are interwoven with the larger curricular spaces of offline students. Despite the advantage that academic ... More

    pp. 350-355

  20. Hawai`i Village of Hope: Using Technology to Build Community Capacity

    Kathleen Klinger, National University, United States

    The vison of a Hawai`i Village of Hope relies on using technology to build community capacity to attract and coordinate an optimal mix of professionals who are aligned to the specific needs of the ... More

    pp. 356-362