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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 11, 2022

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Number of papers: 370

  1. Virtual Teaching Rehearsals and Repeated Teaching Simulations: Impact on Pre-Service Teachers Efficacy

    Lori Imasiku & Michelle Bacchiocchi, Andrews University, United States

    Due to the nature of in-person K-12 classrooms, opportunities for PTs to engage in a cycle of teaching, reviewing/reflecting, and reteaching is limited. Teaching simulations, unlike live K-12... More

    pp. 1902-1905

  2. Professional Development for Online Teaching in the Aftermath of COVID-19

    Brianne Jackson & Michael L Schad, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

    As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, online education wsa vaulted into the spotlight, creating new opportunities for diversified education as well as a number of challenges in continuing large... More

    pp. 1906-1912

  3. A Whole New World Since COVID-19: Integrating Mursion Virtual Reality Simulation in Teacher Preparation and Practice

    Natalie Johnson-Leslie & H Steve Leslie, Arkansas State University, United States

    The plethora of and accessibility to technologies have opened a whole new world of technology applications including Virtual Reality (VR), teacher education. Since the start of the COVID-19... More

    pp. 1913-1921

  4. The Use of WhatsApp for Discussion

    Kalpana Joshi & Jennifer Weible, Central Michigan University, United States

    Educators can use their content knowledge and pedagogical knowledge to create informative conversations, share them with the class, and start a student’s involvement with both synchronous and... More

    pp. 1922-1925

  5. Technology Integration for Science and Math in STEM Inclusive Classrooms in Rural Schools

    Gilbert Kalonde, Montana State University Bozeman, United States

    This project first identified general education middle and high school science and Math teachers to investigate their training in the use of technology for inclusion in general education classrooms... More

    pp. 1926-1935

  6. Using Interactive Slides with Cooperative Learning to Engage Participation

    Belinda Karge & Matthew Rhoads, Concordia University Irvine, United States

    Spring, 2020, will always be known as the semester the Covid-19 virus caused a pandemic. University presidents worldwide were forced to close face to face instruction and move most courses to... More

    pp. 1936-1953

  7. Google Slides- More than a Presentation Tool!

    Lacey Khon, Battle Creek Public Schools, United States

    Teachers learn how to create interactive lessons using Google Slides as more than a presentation tool through hyperlinking, adding media, and adding slides AFTER posting to Google Classroom. With... More

    pp. 1954-1960

  8. Computer Programming with Python for High School Students Using MOOC (edX)

    Angelina Kim, The Bishop's School, United States

    With limited in-person courses available during the COVID-19 pandemic, many high school students and teachers turned to online resources that were readily accessible to be utilized. However, there ... More

    pp. 1961-1966

  9. Does the Real Face Provision Improve the Attention and Social Presence in Metaverse as Learning Environments?

    Kukhyeon Kim, Yuseon Jeong & Jeeheon Ryu, Chonnam National University, Korea (South)

    The importance of metaverse as a learning environment is increasing rapidly along with distance education needs. To facilitate the use of metaverse for teaching and learning purposes, the learners’... More

    pp. 1967-1972

  10. Holistic Virtual Simulation Platform for Pre-service Teachers’ Questioning and Discussion Skill Development

    Minkyoung Kim, Johnny Fortune & John Pecore, University of West Florida, United States

    This study explores the use of a holistic virtual simulation platform to develop pre-service teachers’ questioning and discussion skills. Asking effective questions and facilitating discussions are... More

    pp. 1973-1978

  11. Video Killed the Written Discussion Star: Preservice Teacher Perceptions of Flipgrid in an Educational Technology Course

    Erik Kormos, Ashland University, United States; Liliana Julio, Nordonia Hills (Ohio) School District, United States

    Flipgrid is an app or website which allows respondents to record video responses for peers and instructors in place of traditional written discussion forums. This quantitative research study will... More

    pp. 1979-1983

  12. Digital Clinical Simulations to Advance Teacher Leadership at HBCUs

    Alicia Lane & Anika Burtin, University of the District of Columbia, United States

    This study explores teachers’ capacity to author digital clinical simulations. Teacher educators typically develop these types of scaffolds for their students enrolled in their teacher preparation ... More

    pp. 1984-1989

  13. Developing a Pedagogical Model for Immersive Virtual Reality in Teaching and Learning

    Anu Lehikko & Heli Ruokamo, University of Lapland, Finland; Mikko Nykänen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland

    To advance the study of immersive virtual reality (IVR) in education and training, we are developing a theoretically grounded and empirically tested pedagogical model for IVR learning in the... More

    pp. 1990-1994

  14. Leveraging virtual simulations to increase collaborative practice in special education teacher preparation

    Rebekah Louis, Stonehill College, United States

    Collaboration is a key aspect of teacher preparation in special education (Rock et al., 2016) and is considered a high-leverage practice that can increase the achievement of students with... More

    pp. 1995-1999

  15. Exploring the Potential of an Online Suite of Practice-Based Activities for Supporting Preservice Elementary Teachers in Learning How to Facilitate Argumentation-Focused Discussions in Mathematics and Science

    Jamie N. Mikeska & Calli Shekell, Educational Testing Service, United States; Adam V. Maltese, Indiana University, United States; Justin Reich & Meredith Thompson, MIT, United States; Heather Howell, Educational Testing Service, United States; Pamela S. Lottero-Perdue, Towson University, United States; Meredith Park Rogers, Indiana University, United States

    This study explored the use of a three-part suite of practice-based activities -- one- and two-player online simulations, an avatar-based simulation, and a virtual teaching simulator—for supporting... More

    pp. 2000-2010

  16. A Literature Review Analysis Exploring Online Educational Technology Techniques Utilized By Teachers Within The Last Five Years (2017-2021)

    Anne Mutiga, Leping Liu & Wenzhen Li, University of Nevada-Reno, United States

    Technology is weaved into the constructs of everyday life, and education is not any different. However, just because these technological advantages are present in a learning system does not mean... More

    pp. 2011-2017

  17. Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Micro-credentialing of English Learner Teaching Skills (MELTS)

    Nicole Narkiewicz, Bonnie Swan, Leslie Mendez, Joyce Nutta, Kerry Purmensky & Florin Mihai, University of Central Florida, United States

    The purpose of this investigation was to analyze pre-service teachers’ perceptions of the effectiveness of the U.S. Department of Education funded project, Micro-credentialing of English Learner... More

    pp. 2018-2025

  18. Students Speak: This Matters to Me in an Online Course

    Amy Paciej-Woodruff, Tammy Brown, Sandra Pesavento & Rachael Stevens, Marywood University, United States

    The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study is to discover what online college students consider to be valuable course components in their online courses at a small, private university... More

    pp. 2026-2031

  19. How to Teach Economics: Lessons from a College Student Survey during COVID-19

    Junpyo Park, University of Northern Colorado, United States

    The pandemic has provided a unique teaching and learning environment to both instructors and students. This research conducts a student survey to understand better their learning experience and... More

    pp. 2032-2041

  20. Lessons Learned in Teaching an Online Multicultural Education Course

    Jessamay Pesek, Bemidji State University, United States

    This paper focuses on the theory and practice of teaching a multicultural education for K-12 preservice teachers in an online environment. Focus is on strategies in creating an inclusive, social... More

    pp. 2042-2044