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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

Apr 11, 2022


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Number of papers: 370

  1. Visual Design of Collaborative Learning Process

    Yingying Zhao, Liang Cheng & Xiangdong Chen, East China Normal University, China

    With the development of visualisation technology, its use in collaborative learning is gradually gaining ground. How to use visualization technology to show the collaborative learning process for... More

    pp. 884-893

  2. Were We In The Same Course? A Multi-Site Descriptive Study Investigating Faculty and Student Online Experiences and Perceptions Amidst the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Shelley Cobbett, Dalhousie University, Canada; Patti Hansen-Ketchum, St Francis Xavier University, Canada; Nadine Ezzeddine, Dalhousie University, Canada; Debbie Brennick & Willena Nemeth, Cape Breton University, Canada

    This focus of this presentation is a discussion of the findings from this multi-site descriptive study that investigated the perceptions of students (N=195) and faculty (N= 38) learning and... More

    pp. 894-898

  3. Utilizing the Kirkpatrick Evaluation Model in HIED Online Course Evaluation: Perceptions from Instructors

    Dan Dao, Distance and Online Education-The University of Iowa, United States

    This qualitative study explored the perceptions of five professors applying the Kirkpatrick Evaluation Model (KEM) to their online teaching evaluation at the university level. Data from interviews,... More

    pp. 899-907

  4. What Does 25 years of WebQuest Research Tell Us?

    Bernie Dodge, San Diego State University, United States

    The WebQuest model appeared on the scene in the early days of the Web (Dodge, 1995). Since then it has been embraced by hundreds of teacher preparation programs and individual teachers around the... More

    pp. 908-913

  5. The Associations of Social and Motivational Factors to Science and Mathematics Teacher Retention

    Adem Ekmekci, Mahtob Aqazade, Anne Papakonstantinou, Betul Orcan & Jamie Catanese, Rice University, United States; Cynthia Callard, Cathleen Cerosaletti & Michael Daley, University of Rochester, United States; Greg Rushton & Joshua Reid, Middle Tennessee State University, United States; David Gibson & Karen Renzaglia, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States; Rebecca McGraw, University of Arizona, United States; Peter Sheppard, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States; Michelle Head, Kennesaw State university, United States; Guershon Harel & Osvaldo Soto, University of California San Diego, United States

    Teacher turnover in science and mathematics is a significant and consistent challenge for K-12 education in the U.S. This paper provides: (a) an investigation of the relationship between teacher... More

    pp. 914-920

  6. Exploring Video Game Player Type and Grit Among Undergraduate Students

    Karla Hamlen, Cleveland State University, United States

    Previous research has shown relationships between video game play strategies and preferences, and problem-solving strategies and preferences in other areas of life. This study explored whether or... More

    pp. 921-924

  7. Positive Pedagogy and the Impact of Rapid Conversion to Online Learning: A Case Study

    Karla Hamlen, Cleveland State University, United States

    In the spring semester of 2020, educators at all levels rapidly moved face-to-face course content to online formats because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study investigates one case of the... More

    pp. 925-929

  8. A t(r)opical journey: Using text mining to explore teachers’ experiences in the Great Online Transition

    Sarah Howard, University of Wollongong, Australia; Jo Tondeur, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; Nathanael Hutchison, University of Wollongong, Australia; Ronny Scherer, University of Oslo, Norway; Fazilat Siddiq, University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway

    Gaining a wider and more nuanced understanding of teachers' experiences and perception of the transition to online teaching and learning can inform ongoing support for sustaining these practices... More

    pp. 930-935

  9. The Use of Learning Analytics to Corroborate Survey Responses

    Francisca Butac Marshall, Becky DeMartini & Justin Marshall, BYU-Hawaii, United States

    Surveys are an essential tool in many areas of research. When administered properly, surveys can assist researchers in gaining a better understanding of the population's characteristics, behaviors,... More

    pp. 936-944

  10. Undergraduate Students’ Experiences with Online Microlearning through the Lens of Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction

    Laura McNeill, Bernadette Beavers-Forrest, Margaret Rice & Angela Benson, University of Alabama, United States

    Microlearning provides a valuable and efficient strategy for delivering content to students, particularly considering COVID-19’s disruption of traditional, face-to-face teaching methods.... More

    pp. 945-950

  11. Scaffolding a Science Museum Exhibit through Signage

    Ross Ramsey, Mengyi Mao, Janice Anderson & Jill Hamm, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    Scaffolding learning in science museum exhibits can be a challenging endeavor. Learning in these settings is self-directed, sporadic, and lacking in structure (Falk, Dierking & Semmel, 2013).... More

    pp. 951-959

  12. A study on Software Evaluation of Chinese Adult English words

    Lingxia Shen, Hui Zhang, Rui Li & Yu Qian, East China Normal University, China

    The popularity of smart phones and mobile Internet has promoted the development of learning software, while learners have realized that English learning is becoming more and more important, so... More

    pp. 960-967

  13. What predicts the use of parental strategies: Active mediation, technical monitoring, or restrictive mediation?

    Rony Tutian, Maya Kalman-Halevi & Yehuda Peled, Western Galilee College, Israel

    The present study examined which variables could predict the use of three parental mediation strategies (active, technological monitoring, and restrictive) among parents in Israel. 105 families ... More

    pp. 968-971

  14. Web-based Practice Tests Predict Students’ Success on State Content Exams

    Shahrzad (Sherry) Vafa & Moira Baldwin, University of Houston - Victoria, United States

    The purpose of this study is to investigate if a correlation exists among Practice Tests performance, the number of attempts, age, race, and gender, and success in passing the state test EC-6 TExES... More

    pp. 972-977

  15. Parental technology attitude, information literacy and students’ learning to learn: the moderating role of parental information perspective and parent-adolescent communication problem

    Fang Wen, Yiling Hu & Xiaoqing Gu, East China Normal University, China

    In the era of rapid technology change, as a key of core competencies, learning to learn has become the foundation for students to achieve independent development and build a foothold in the future ... More

    pp. 978-986

  16. Research on the Mechanism of Metacognition in Conceptual Change

    Yangziqi Zhang & Zihong Zhao, East China Normal University, China

    Abstract: This research develops an online learning platform and two graduate students with the same level of metacognition were participated in this experiment. Whether to give metacognitive... More

    pp. 987-994

  17. An inquiry of Pre-service teachers’ cooperative learning effectiveness in terms of learning efficacy and learning power

    Jiabin Zhao, Department of Educational Information Technology, East China Normal University, China; Hongchao Peng, School of Open Learning and Education, East China Normal University, China

    Based on the two dimensions of learning power and learning efficacy, Typology methods is used to explore the cooperative learning effectiveness of 339 Pre-service teachers (total of 113 teams) in... More

    pp. 995-1002

  18. A mixed methods study of student’s engagement in a game-based learning environment

    Lin Zhong, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States

    Personalized role-playing games have been regarded as an effective strategy to improve performance, but few studies have conducted to examine its impact on learning engagement. This mixed methods... More

    pp. 1003-1005

  19. Research on Assessment of Information Technology Key Competencies in Senior High School Based on Cognitive Diagnosis

    Zihao Zhou & Yonghe Wu, East China Normal University, China, China

    In the latest version of the information technology subject curriculum standards of China, the concept of key competencies was proposed and vigorously promoted by the education sector. Cognitive... More

    pp. 1006-1015

  20. Utilizing technology to enhance literacy with science education

    Katie Baleja, Wayne State University, United States

    Technology is present in nearly every aspect of our lives. Students use technology to interact with their peers or to quickly gain information on content that interests them. While these students... More

    pp. 1016-1022