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SITE 2000--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference

2000

Editors

Dee Anna Willis; Jerry Price; Jerry Willis

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Number of papers: 477

  1. The Role of An Educational Software Clearinghouse in Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs

    Michael Shaughnessy, Eastern New Mexico University, United States; Randy Seevers, University of Houston, United States

    As teaching and technology changes, access to educational resources and technology becomes increasingly imperative in order to prepare pre-service teachers to work in an increasingly... More

    pp. 3-5

  2. Technology for Critical Pedagogy: Beyond Self-Reflection with Video

    David McCurry, Monmouth University, United States

    This paper*i opens with a story of what was once cutting-edge, state-of- the-art technology and its integration into preservice teacher preparation. It is a story of the technology, in this case ... More

    pp. 6-11

  3. Model Technology Classrooms in Teacher Education

    Kathryn Matthew & Kimberly Kimbell-Lopez, Louisiana Tech University, United States

    Model technology classrooms at the university and in local schools provide preservice teachers with opportunities to see technology use modeled and to practice teaching with technology. Observing... More

    pp. 12-15

  4. Defining a Distant Environment for Teacher Education

    Gertrude (Trudy) Abramson & Timothy (Tim) Ellis, NSU/SCIS, United States

    Virtual classrooms are rapidly becoming alternate acceptable delivery systems. One of the major challenges facing professors in higher education today is the creation of the best possible adult... More

    pp. 16-21

  5. COURSE PORTFOLIO: A TOOL FOR ONLINE TEACHING

    Lissa Pollacia & Richard Tarver, Northwestern State University, United States

    A course portfolio consists of materials that instructors collect and organize to demonstrate how a course is taught and facilitated or managed. A course portfolio can include any relevant... More

    pp. 22-24

  6. Student Digital Portfolios on CD-ROM: Assessing Ability-Based Projects

    Terry Corwin, Valley City State University, United States

    The paper describes the diffusion of an innovation, digital portfolios on CD-ROM, into the curriculum. During the completion of each student's degree requirements, the student compiles projects... More

    pp. 25-29

  7. An Evaluation Methodology for Computer Mediated Teletraining Systems

    Francoise Sandoz-Guermond & Gerard Beuchot, Insa- 20, Avenue Albert Einstein - Bat 401 - Ictt, France

    We propose here a contextual evaluation method. The difficulty of this kind of evaluation comes from the complexity of the real situation to which it applies : the procedure being contextual, it ... More

    pp. 30-35

  8. Developing an on-line ethics policy

    Jennifer Summerville, Emporia State University, United States

    There are an increasing number of classes being offered via the World Wide Web. Although much of the information that we review regarding on-line learning seems positive, difficulties can arise. ... More

    pp. 36-39

  9. CO N C E P T S A N D PR O C E D U R ES

    Deborah Bauder, Rome City School District (NY), United States; Rosemary Mullick & Ronald Sarner, SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome, United States

    pp. 36-37

  10. Ethics and the Internet

    Stig R Rask, The Foundation for Knowledge and Competence Development, Sweden

    Even recognizing cultural differences, there is content on the Internet that most people would consider questionable for children? What options do we have for addressing this problem? Are... More

    pp. 40-43

  11. CBT: The Past, Present and, Hopefully, the Future

    Daniela Marghitu & Roland Hubscher, Auburn University

    Computers are established today as a part of our day to day life. They are no longer just a professional tool but rather a commodity that helps people to work, communicate, shop or trade on line... More

    pp. 44-49

  12. Staff Development, Distant and Direct: The Middle School Initiative at Northwestern State University

    Bob Gillan, Frank Fuller & Karen McFerrin, Northwestern State University, United States

    A new project, headquartered at Northwestern State University of Louisiana, offers comprehensive training for middle school teachers, supervisors, and university faculty through a series of... More

    pp. 50-52

  13. A University Design Team Approach: Developing Courses for On-line Distance Education

    Timothy Youngman, Lee Gotcher, Shahrzad Vafa & Sharon Dinsmore, University of Houston-Clear Lake; Orval B. Goucher, Univeristy of Houston-Clear Lake

    The University of Houston-Clear Lake has developed a systematic design process to use in facilitating the development of on-line distance education courses. The process incorporates three... More

    pp. 53-58

  14. Interactive Television: The Planning Process

    Kay Allen, University of Central Florida

    Planning is essential to good teaching. When preparing to teach an interactive television (ITV) course, planning is critical and includes additional considerations from the traditional face-to... More

    pp. 59-61

  15. ASSESSING THE VALUE OF IT (AS DIFFICULT TO ASSESS AS THE VALUE OF FORMAL EDUCATION?)

    Alexandre Graeml, CEFET-PR/UNICENP, Brazil; Pierre Ehrlich, EAESP-FGV, Brazil

    This paper tries to establish a comparison between the problems IT people are having, at the end of this century, to evaluate the return on the investment in IT, and the difficulties faced by... More

    pp. 62-67

  16. Then and Now: Technology and the Changing Face of Higher Education

    Eric Seemann, Walter Buboltz & Lamar Wilkinson, Louisiana Tech University, United States

    This project examines the impact of technology on the process of higher education and the impact of these advances on both students and faculty. Student demographics and academics qualities from ... More

    pp. 68-73

  17. Higher Level Thinking Skills and Individual Differences: Bridging Gaps with Technology

    Barbara Moore, University of South Florida, United States

    Pre-service and in-service teachers are expected to address individual differences in students. However, the nature of differences and the needs of individuals can slow or, at times, completely... More

    pp. 74-79

  18. Technology for Teachers: Another Perspective of the Implementation

    John R. Ouyang, Kennesaw State University, United States; James E. Yao, Texas A & M University -Commerce, United States

    As computer technology getting more and more advanced, educators have accepted the assumption that computer has a potential to renovate education and is necessary to enhance effective teaching... More

    pp. 80-83

  19. A Farewell to the Traditional Instructional Media And Technologies in the New Millennium

    James E. Yao, Texas A&M University-Commerce; John R. Ouyang, Kennesaw State University; Henry Wang, Lon Morris College

    This paper will review the traditional instructional media and technologies offered in teacher training programs in the past and in some of the programs today, primarily presentation media and... More

    pp. 84-89

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  20. The Technology Façade

    Lawrence Tomei, Duquesne University, United States

    This paper reports on the design, development, and application of a Checklist intended to assist educators in recognizing strengths and weaknesses in their technology-based programs at their... More

    pp. 90-94