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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: 11

  1. Beyond Applications to the Essential Processes of Technology Integration: Designing an Educational Technology Course to Reflect ISTE Standards and to Model Best Practices for the Future

    Margaret Ropp & Jill Brown, University of New Mexico, United States

    This paper describes the evolution of an educational technology course for preservice teachers from an applications-based curriculum to a new framework that draws on the structure of the ISTE... More

    pp. 335-338

  2. Information Technology and the Transformation of Leadership Preparation Programs: A Response to Calls for Reform in Educational Practice.

    Ian Gibson, Wichita State University, United States

    This paper describes information technology usage in a radically different school leader preparation program. Ed.D students at Wichita State University are immersed in a variety of technologies... More

    pp. 371-377

  3. Pre-Service Teachers As Models

    Mary Ann Coe, Midwestern State University, United States

    Integrating technology into the curriculum sounds simple. We've talked about it and have been "work-shopped" on it since the early 1980's. But, as educators, what have we accomplished in those... More

    pp. 1465-1469

  4. Technology-Using Teachers: How Powerful Visions and Student-Centered Beliefs Fuel Exemplary Practice

    Peggy Ertmer, Eva Ross & Sangeetha Gopalakrishnan, Purdue University, United States

    This research examined the pedagogical beliefs and classroom practices of seventeen exemplary technology-using teachers. Open-ended questionnaire, interview, and observation data were collected... More

    pp. 1519-1524

  5. TEACHING EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE: A DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE FOR A DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA TEACHERS DADE COUNTY FLORIDA TEACHERS

    Paul Ruscher & Alejandro Gallard, Florida State University, United States; Jennifer Cherrier, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, United States; Elizabeth Hancock & Fred Petrovich, Florida State University, United States

    This paper describes a new program of study for inservice teachers in Miami/Dade County Florida, for the purpose of developing more teachers interested in teaching middle school science. At the... More

    pp. 1811-1816

  6. PROJECT THREAD: TECHNOLOGY HELPING RESTRUCTURE EDUCATIONAL ACCESS AND DELIVERY

    Neal Strudler & David Heflich, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States; Don Anderson, Delphi Research of Nevada, Inc., United States

    This paper describes Project THREAD, an initiative funded by the U.S. Office of Education through its Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology grant program. The project's overarching goal... More

    pp. 2068-2073

  7. Living with Technology Diffusion Confusion

    Troy Isaak & John Ward, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, United States

    This paper is a report on the implementation of a project to diffuse technology throughout a teacher education program in elementary education. Rather than relying upon a single technology course... More

    pp. 2084-2089

  8. Assessing the Impact of a Large-Scale Online Teacher Professional Development Community

    Judi Fusco, SRI International, United States; Hunter Gehlbach, Stanford University, United States; Mark Schlager, SRI International, United States

    TAPPED IN™ is an online community that supports teachers' professional growth through both formal education and professional development programs provided by a coalition of partner organizations... More

    pp. 2178-2183

  9. Transforming the Graduate Learner from Traditional to Web-based Instruction: Integrating Internet Technologies to Enable the Paradigm Shift

    Carl Reynolds & Bruce Morgan, University of Wyoming, United States

    With the primary goal to facilitate change and a paradigm shift in students' thinking about distance communication , a distance delivered course was taught in seminar format on information and... More

    pp. 2197-2202

  10. Using WebQuests as an Introduction to Methods

    Sarah Fernald & Philip Molebash, University of Virginia, United States

    This paper describes the University of Virginia, Curry School of Education's approach for using WebQuests as an introduction to methods courses. EDLF 345, Introduction to Educational Technology,... More

    pp. 2251-2254

  11. Creative Computer Contexts: Teachers Building Computer Based Resources for Young Children.

    Nicola Yelland & Jennifer Masters, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

    The purpose of this paper is to explore ways in which teachers can use technology to create learning environments for their students. Such contexts are characterised by knowledge building and... More

    pp. 2488-2493