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Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2009 eBook

, University of Nevada, Reno

Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2009. Published . Publisher: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.


This book includes 40 selected papers submitted by members of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE). A total of 123 papers were submitted for consideration of publication in this rigorously peer refereed volume that will be published annually by SITE.


Maddux, C.D. (2009). Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2009. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

Technology Input Versus Input and Output: Does It Result in Learning Differences Among Elementary School Students? 1
Stephen D. Arnold and Marina Moshchenko
Teaching for Fidelity in the Use of Technology in the Math Classroom 11
Beth Bos
Responding to Depleted Budgets through Forging New Partnerships: Educational Technology Connections to Medicine 19
Rachel Boulay, Catherine Fulford, and Peter Leong
Integrating Tablet Technology into an Elementary Mathematics Methods Course 27
Megan Burton
Class Map for Community in Online Education Course 33
Terence W. Cavanaugh, Cathy Cavanaugh, and Swapna Kumar
Reclaiming Lost Opportunities: The Role of the Teacher in Online Asynchronous Collaboration in Mathematics Teacher Education 43
Ellen Clay and Jason Silverman
Deploying Read/Write Web Approaches for Pedagogic Change amongst Faculty in Higher Education 51
Heather Conboy, Richard Hall, and Pam Thompson
Captivating Young Learners and Preparing 21st Century Social Studies Teachers: Increasing Engagement with Digital Video 61
Ann C. Cunningham and Adam Friedman
I Think, iPod(cast), I Learn: Using Digital Media and Podcasting in Teacher Education 69
Lee Woodham Digiovanni, Stacy L. Schwartz,and Chris Greer
A Blended Multisite Distance Workshop in Mathematics Using Inquiry, Technology and Collaboration: An Initial Report 79
Laurie A. Dunlap and Antonio R. Quesada
Bilingual and ELL Preservice Teachers and Technology Self-Efficacy 89
Laurie E. Hansen, Loretta Donovan, and Shanan Fitts
Instructional Planning Activity Types as Vehicles for Curriculum-Based TPACK Development 99
Judi Harris and Mark Hofer
As the World Spins, Technology Spins Faster: A Global Long-Distance Education Program 109
Daphne Hobson and Violet A. Kulo
The Digital Documentary as Historical Ground Wire: A Study of a University’s Education Department and Its Teacher Educators 117
John J. Sweeder, Haley Froshour, AND Allison Hoffman
Student Level of Commitment and Engagement with Ning as a Learning Management System 125
Aliye Karabulut, Dave Braet, Denise Lindstrom, and Dale Niederhauser
Modeling Gone Virtual: What Teachers ‘See’ is What Students Get 133
Kathryn Kennedy and Catherine Cavanaugh
Communities for Rural Education, Stewardship, and Technology (CREST): Successful Methodologies for STEM Implementation and Influencing Teacher Practice 143
Ruth Kermish-Allen, Shey Conover, Hope Rowan., and Bill Nave
Development and Effectiveness of Vocabulary Learning Contents for Use with Mobile Phones in Education in Japan 151
Midori Kimura
Preservice Educator Learning in a Simulated Teaching Environment 161
Gerald Knezek and Rhonda Christensen
Using Digital Video for Professional Development and Leadership: Understanding and Initiating Teacher Learning Communities 171
Tricia M. Kress and Kelly A. Silva
Teachers’ Intentions toward Technology Usage: Do Different Uses Lead to Different Determinants? 179
Jung Lee, Frank Cerreto, and Jihyun Lee
Fads and Facts in Technology-Based Learning Environments 189
Jennifer Lee
A Case Study of Teachers’ Perceptions of Using a Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication System for Spoken English Teaching 197
Rachel Boulay, Catherine Fulford, Peter Leong
Developing a Second Life Academy: Bridging the Implementers' Learning Gap 205
Charles J. Lesko Jr. and Yolanda A. Hollingsworth
Analyzing Peer Feedback in a Technology-facilitated Peer Assessment 213
Lan Li, Xiongyi Liu, and Al Steckelberg
Electronic Concept Mapping in a Laptop University: A Cross-Curricular Study 223
Gregory R. MacKinnon
Using Virtual Classroom Cases as Thinking Tools in Teacher Education. Roxana Moreno, Sara Abercrombie, and Carolyn Hushman231 Exploring Online Learning through Design and Design-Based Research 239
Priscilla Norton and Dawn Hathaway
Technology Integration for Pre-Service Teachers in a Team-Taught Cohort Experience 247
Grace J. Ward and Theresa Overall
An Examination of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Compliance: Are Universities and School Districts Making World Wide Web Learning Resources Available to the Disabled 257
Becky Sue Parton, Robert Jason Hancock, and Jeffrey Oescherl
Authentic Learning Across International Borders: A Cross Institutional Online Project for Pre-service Teachers 265
Petrea Redmond and Jennifer V. Lock
From Conventional Spaces to Virtual Places: Enhancing Teacher-Student Communication in the Hybrid/Online Course 275
Renee Robinson and Darylann Whitemarsh
Quality Assurance: A Descriptive Study of Online Courses in Higher Education 283
Clarissa Rosas and Mary West
Relationship of Preservice Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge with their Vocational Self-Efficacy Beliefs 293
Ismail Sahin, Ahmet Oguz Akturk, and Denise Schmidt
Online Dialogue on Instructional Technology among Education Students in Republic of Korea, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America 303
Kay Kyeongju Seo, Patience Sowa, Cynthia Schmidt, Young Kyun Baek, Aimee Byk, and Donguk Cheong
Creating a Community of Support for Beginning English Teachers 311
Melanie Shoffner
Video Intervision Peer Coaching in Teacher Professionalization: First Online Explorations 319
Marieke Thurlings, Karel Kreijns, Theo Bastiaens, and Sjef Stijnen
Validating a Measure of Teacher Technology Integration 329
Rachel R. Vannatta and Savilla I. Banister
Measuring history: The Teacher as Website Developer 339
David Whittier
Interaction, Learner Styles, and Content in Online Courses: Implications for Teacher Preparation 347
Jay Wilson and Peter R. Albion