Meeting Changing Standards: Preparing the new NCATE/ISTE SPA report
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Handler, M., Norton, P., Arlene, B., Franklin, T., Jones, T.S. & Sprague, D. (2003). Meeting Changing Standards: Preparing the new NCATE/ISTE SPA report. In C. Crawford et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2003 (pp. 844-845). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 2003
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Caroline Crawford, Niki Davis, Jerry Price, Roberta Weber & Dee Anna Willis
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The new NCATE Institution and SPA (specialized professional association) standards require a new and different approach to familiar content. Even for those institutions that have previously submitted a review Folio, the approach to the new Program Review has been difficult and time-consuming. Conference attendees planning to submit either for NCATE accreditation for the first time or for continuing accreditation find them selves, as the panelists have, traversing new ground. Through this presentation panelists will describe the paths they followed and challenges they faced during development of required materials; they will also share insights to the issues associated with meeting standards under the new NCATE guidelines.
- Evaluating NCATE Technology Standards Implementation in a School of Education
- Implementing ISTE/NCATE Technology Standards in Teacher Preparation: One College’s Experience
- Multimedia Portfolios for Preservice Teachers: From Theory to Practice
- Infusing Technology Skills into a Teacher Education Program: Change in Students’ Knowledge About and Use of Technology
- Developing Assessment Systems for Addressing ISTE/NCATE Standards for Accreditation and National Recognition
- Teachers’ Knowledge, Beliefs, and Assessment Practices: Using Technology Tools for Assessing Elementary Students’ Learning
- Multimedia competencies for an educational technologist: A survey of professionals and job announcement analysis
- English Language Learning by Multimedia Mobile phones
- Technology and Graduate Teacher Education: An Integrated Approach to Program Design
- Managing the Growing Complexity of Administration of Academic Technology in Higher Education
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