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- Stephen T. Adams, California State University, Long Beach, United States
- Stephen Andriole, Villanova University, United States
- Stephen Arnold, University of Arizona South, United States
- Stephen Barrass, University of Canberra, Australia
- Stephen Bronack, Appalachian State University, United States
- Stephen Brown, DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY, United Kingdom
- B. Stephen Carpenter, II, Pennsylvania State University, United States
- Stephen Carey, University of British Columbia, Canada
- B. Stephen Carpenter, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States
- Stephen Downes, National Research Council of Canada, Canada
- Stephen Milverton, Merbein P-10 College: West Campus, Australia
- Stephen Pape, University of Florida, United States
- Stephen Peridore, College of Southern Nevada, United States
- Stephen Relf, Charles Strut University, Australia
- Stephen Rodriguez, TAMUCC, United States
- Stephen Rodriguez, Texas A&M University--Corpus Christi, United States
- Stephen Rose, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, United States
- Stephen Rowe, Southern Cross University, Australia, Australia
- Stephen Sorden, Northern Arizona University, United States
- Liz Stephens, Texas State University-San Marcos, United States
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Within the field of games development, artificial intelligence (AI) and artificial life are used to improve the 'lifelike' qualities of characters. Today, leading edge techniques in artificial life simulation for games are beginning to contribute to ...
WebSTAR, a curriculum design tool designed to promote intercampus collaboration among teacher education faculty and their classes, was developed in response to the increasing demand on teacher education faculty to utilize and model the use of the...
Abstract: Technology is changing the realm of instruction in post-secondary institutions. Faculty members have been accustomed to teaching in a traditional face-to-face environment, but are now being encouraged to incorporate technology into their...
The Impact of Ubiquitous Learning Technologies on Elementary School Students’ Mastery of the National Educational Technology Standards for StudentsWorld Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications(EDMEDIA)2003:1
The Ubiquitous Learning Technologies Initiative (ULTI) examines the effects of pervasive use of technology in educational settings. We equipped students in an elementary school classroom with PDA's and instituted a series of training and...
The rhetoric of the IT age suggests that teenagers and young adults have advanced computer skills and aptitudes. Anecdotal evidence with this cohort suggests that such skills are limited in scope and variety. Few, it appears, have the specialised...
The organization Habitat for Humanity has become synonymous with efforts to lessen the division between upper and lower economic groups by providing decent, affordable housing. This paper describes an ongoing project which uses the Habitat venue,...
Abstract: Myriad factors influence the growth and revision of curricula for masters' degree programs in instructional and educational technology (IT). Potential curricular influences include accreditation standards, curriculum guidelines provided by ...
Abstract: The infusion of technology into education provides new opportunities. The vision is that technology applied pragmatically and creatively, can enhance the internship as an experimental learning process. Thus the objective of this paper...
Abstract: This paper explores the issues and challenges associated with the transformative nature of digital media and devices on teaching and learning. It proposes that current students may think and process information differently than their...
This study was designed to determine the effects of online mentoring on the professional growth and development of preservice teachers and their mentors. These web and email based interactions provided assistance and support to the preservice...
Education delivery systems have evolved from content delivery mechanisms to collaborative environments. The next step in this evolution is to provide greater support for asynchronous learners, those that progress through course material with little ...
A number of factors pertaining to a wide variety of distinctions -- such as particular-general, arithmetic-geometry, sense-reference, procedural-declarative, concrete-abstract, object-attribute -- are implicated in developing a meaningful...
Professional Development for Systemic Change: A Strategic Approach to Scaling Educational Reform through Professional Development Programs.Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2000:1
This paper discusses our approaches, both in theory and practice, to the enactment of systemic reform as a part of the Center for Learning Technologies in Urban Schools (LeTUS). The University of Michigan and Detroit Public Schools have partnered...
According to national studies, there is an urgent need for in-service projects designed to assist teachers in learning ways to integrate technology into their curriculum, not simply to master the mechanics of the computer. Teachers have identified ...
Comprehensive Professional Development Reform Efforts: Changing Attitudes and Practices about Pedagogy and Technology for Science Teachers with Diverse Needs.Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2000:1
This paper examines a professional development program within a large urban school system, along with a framework of the pedagogical concerns to be addressed by the program. As a part of the Center for Learning Technologies in Urban Schools (LeTUS), ...
In this preliminary report of work in progress we discuss a prototype computer-generated conceptual domain designed to enable learners to explore various visual and symbolic representations of whole number, fractions, and decimals, and other...
This paper describes the design and development of a multimedia program that provides instruction in locating, evaluating and citing information in a university library. The paper also discusses the use of interactive multimedia for instruction. The ...
A current issue in teacher education is how to develop meaningful instructional experiences that incorporate technology in educational settings for in-service and pre-service teachers. Central to the development of such experiences for pre-service ...
Strategies Used in Fermilab LInC Online to Develop Leadership Teams that Integrate Technology to Support Constructivist LearningSociety for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2000:1
This paper describes the Fermilab LInC Online program and the strategies used over the past six years to develop leadership teams who can: · recognize, design and implement engaged learning experiences for and with their students based on local,...
This paper is a case study of a K-8 school in San Diego, California, USA, that is using the concepts of information architecture to develop its Web site. The site is intended to be a virtual meeting place for all of the school's constituents:...