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We are pleased to announce the release of the book Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010, published by SITE – Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, http://site.aace.org.
This book of strongly refereed papers, selected from those submitted for the 2010 annual conference, follows in the tradition of its 2009 predecessor. The 2009 edition has already risen to the status of “Most Viewed” among the 26,000 entries in the EdITLib – Education & Information Technology Digital Library, http://EdITLib.org. We are confident the 2010 edition will be viewed by our readers in a similar fashion.
This volume represents hundreds of hours of scholarly work by Editors Cleb Maddux, David Gibson, and Bernie Dodge; as well as by the authors, reviewers, copy editors and layout staff.
As the state of teacher education and technology, Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010 would make an excellent class and individual resource.
Purchase: for $21.95 at the SITE/AACE Bookshelf: http://aace.org/bookshelf.htm
Subscribe: This and other SITE/AACE books are included with a subscription to the EdITLib Digital Library, http://EdITLib.org/subscribe
See you at the SITE 2011 conference in Nashville, Tennessee; March 7-11! (http://site.aace.org/conf )
Yours in the Friendly Society,
Gerald Knezek, SITE President
Gary Marks, SITE Executive Director
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE)
March 29 – April 2, 2010
San Diego, California
ANNOUNCING… A New Technology and Teacher Education Book Series
Edited by: Cleborne D. Maddux
368 pages, $10 eBook, $19 soft cover ISBN 1-880094-74-6
For your classroom reading list or personal library…
This first collection of outstanding articles came about as a recognition of the need for a highly selective and rigorously refereed collection of articles dealing with technology and 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, 368 pages, were submitted for consideration of publication in this rigorously peer refereed volume that will be published annually by SITE. The book is available in digital format, for free with EdITLib Digital Library subscription, and in soft cover format.
For Your Class Reading List:
Consider this a state of the field resource for your education class reading list! Very reasonably priced for educators and students.
To view authors and more information, Click Here.
- Technology Input Versus Input and Output: Does It Result in Learning Differences Among Elementary School Students?
- Teaching for Fidelity in the Use of Technology in the Math Classroom
- Responding to Depleted Budgets through Forging New Partnerships by Educational Technology Connections to Medicine
- Integrating Tablet Technology into an Elementary Mathematics Methods Course
- Class Map for Community in Online Education Course
- Reclaiming Lost Opportunities: The Role of the Teacher in Online Asynchronous Collaboration in Mathematics Teacher Education
- Deploying Read/Write Web Approaches for Pedagogic Change amongst Faculty in Higher Education
- Captivating Young Learners and Preparing 21st Century Social Studies Teachers: Increasing Engagement with Digital Video
- I Think, iPod(cast), I Learn: Using Digital Media and Podcasting in Teacher Education
- A Blended Multisite Distance Workshop in Mathematics Using Inquiry, Technology and Collaboration: An Initial Report
- Bilingual and ELL Preservice Teachers and Technology Self-Efficacy
- Instructional Planning Activity Types as Vehicles for Curriculum-Based TPACK Development
- As the World Spins, Technology Spins Faster: A Global Long-Distance Education Program
- The Digital Documentary as Historical Ground Wire: A Study of a University’s Education Department and Its Teacher Educators
- Student Level of Commitment and Engagement with Ning as a Learning Management System
- Modeling Gone Virtual: What Teachers ‘See’ is What Students Get
- Communities for Rural Education, Stewardship, and Technology (CREST): Successful Methodologies for STEM Implementation and Influencing Teacher Practice
- Development and Effectiveness of Vocabulary Learning Contents for Use with Mobile Phones in Education in Japan
- Preservice Educator Learning in a Simulated Teaching Environment
- Using Digital Video for Professional Development and Leadership: Understanding and Initiating Teacher Learning Communities
- Teachers’ Intentions toward Technology Usage: Do Different Uses Lead to Different Determinants?
- Fads and Facts in Technology-Based Learning Environments
- A Case Study of Teachers’ Perceptions of Using a Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication System for Spoken English Teaching
- Developing a Second Life Academy: Bridging the Implementers’ Learning Gap
- Analyzing Peer Feedback in a Technology-facilitated Peer Assessment
- Electronic Concept Mapping in a Laptop University: A Cross-Curricular Study
- Using Virtual Classroom Cases as Thinking Tools in Teacher Education
- Exploring Online Learning through Design and Design-Based Research
- Technology Integration for Pre-Service Teachers in a Team-Taught Cohort Experience
- An Examination of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Compliance: Are Universities and School Districts Making World Wide Web Learning Resources Available to the Disabled
- Authentic Learning Across International Borders: A Cross Institutional Online Project for Pre-service Teachers
- From Conventional Spaces to Virtual Places: Enhancing Teacher-Student Communication in the Hybrid/Online Course
- Quality Assurance: A Descriptive Study of Online Courses in Higher Education
- Relationship of Preservice Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge with their Vocational Self-Efficacy Beliefs
- Online Dialogue on Instructional Technology among Education Students in Republic of Korea, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States of America
- Creating a Community of Support for Beginning English Teachers
- Video Intervision Peer Coaching in Teacher Professionalization: First Online Explorations
- Validating a Measure of Teacher Technology Integration
- Measuring history: The Teacher as Website Developer
- Interaction, Learner Styles, and Content in Online Courses: Implications for Teacher Preparation
368 pages, $10 eBook, $19 soft cover ISBN 1-880094-74-6
Join us for: SITE 2010: Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, March 29 – April 2, 2010 * San Diego, CA
Your online resource: Education & Information Technology Digital Library
March 29 – April 2, 2010, San Diego, CA (Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina)
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Submissions Due: Oct. 21, 2009
Co-sponsored by: Education & Information Technology Digital Library
AVAILABLE (digital & paper formats):
Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2009
SITE 2010 will offer again an alternative Full Paper submission category. "Full Papers (Book)" are Full Paper submissions submitted in their final by Oct. 21. These will be reviewed for publication in a book of selected papers as well as a presentation.
Available to Print & Distribute (PDF to print)
CONTENTS & LINKS
- Invitation & Call for Papers, Deadline Oct. 21
- Scope & Topics
- Presentation Categories
- Proceedings & Paper Awards
- Corporate Participation
- For Budgeting Purposes
- San Diego, California
INVITATION & CALL FOR PAPERS, DUE OCT. 21:
SITE 2010 is the 21st annual conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. This society represents individual teacher educators and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
You are invited to participate in this international forum which offers numerous opportunities to explore the research, development, and applications in this important field. All proposals are peer reviewed.
SITE is the premiere international conference in this field and annually attracts more than 1,200 leaders in the field from over 50 countries.
- Keynote Speakers & Invited Panels/Speakers
- Papers (Full & Brief) & Posters/Demonstrations
- Corporate Showcases & Demonstrations
- Roundtables & Symposia
The Conference invites proposals from the introductory through advanced level on all topics related to:
- the use of information technology in teacher education, and
- instruction about information technology in
- Graduate Teacher Education
- Faculty & Staff Development
Proposals which address the theory, research and applications as well as describe innovative projects are encouraged.
- Assessment and E-folios
- Digital Video
- Distance/Flexible Education
- Electronic Playground
- Equity and Social Justice
- Evaluation and Research
- Games and Simulations
- Graduate Education and Faculty Development
- Information Literacy
- Information Technology Diffusion/Integration
- Latino/Spanish Speaking Community
- New Possibilities with Information Technologies
- Web/Learning Communities
- Workforce Education
CONTENT AREA TOPICS:
- Art Education
- Early Childhood Education
- English Education
- Human Languages Education
- Information Technology Education
- Innovative Technology Experiences for Teachers and Students (ITEST)
- Mathematics Education
- Middle School Education
- Science Education
- Social Studies Education
- Special Education/Assistive Technology
- Technological, Pedagogical, And Content Knowledge (TPACK)
The Technical Program includes a wide range of interesting and useful activities designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information. These include keynote and invited talks, paper presentations, roundtables, poster/demonstrations, tutorials/workshops, panels, and corporate showcases.
Accepted papers will be published by AACE in the Technology and Teacher Education Annual proceedings series. Books in this series serve as major source documents indicating the current state of teacher education and information technology. This proceedings will be published as a searchable electronic book on CD-ROM.
The Proceedings are internationally distributed through and archived in the Education and Information Technology Digital Library.
First and second paper authors are limited to two papers published in the Annual.
All presented papers will be considered for Best Paper Awards within several categories.
Award winning papers may be invited for publication in the:
- Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE) or
- Online journal, Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education (CITE),
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A variety of opportunities are available to present research-oriented papers, or to showcase and market your products and services. For information about Corporate Showcases (30 minutes) and Corporate Demonstrations (2-hours, scheduled with the Poster/Demos), click here.
FOR BUDGETING PURPOSES
The conference registration fee for all presenters and participants will be approximately $325 (members); $365 (non-members). Registration includes Proceedings on CD, receptions, and all sessions except tutorials.
The conference hotel, the beautiful Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, is offering SITE a specially discounted guest room rate of $149/169 (single/double).
Where blue skies, miles of beaches, and a gentle Mediterranean climate meet!
It’s not just a conference; it can be a vacation! So plan to join us in San Diego for SITE 2010 a great conference in one of America’s greatest destinations.
For more information about San Diego, CA, USA, see: www.sandiego.org.
- Proposals Due: Oct. 21, 2009
- Authors Notified: Dec. 2, 2009
- Proceedings File Due: Feb. 10, 2010
- Early Registration: Feb. 10, 2010
- Hotel Reservation: Mar. 1, 2010
- Conference: Mar. 29 – April 2, 2010
To be added to the mailing list for this conference, click here.
If you have a question about SITE, please send an e-mail to SITE/AACE Conference Services.
“Emerging Technologies for Learning:
Impact on Cognition and Culture”
EdITLib–Educational & Information Technology Digital Library
If you are interested in contributing to a collaborative book on “Emerging Technologies for Learning: Impact on Cognition and Culture,” please visit the following Website:
This book (eBook and hard copy formats) will be published by AACE–Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education and internationally distributed through EdITLib–Educational & Information Technology Digital Library.
The book will be edited by Madhumita (Mita) Bhattacharya, from Athabasca University, Canada, and Massey University, New Zealand; Nada Mach from California State University, Dominguez Hills, as well as Mahnaz Moallem, from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
The idea emerged from a Panel Presentation several of us participated in at the E-Learn Conference in Las Vegas last fall and developed further at our symposium at the ED-MEDIA Conference in Honolulu in last June.
Please send a message to Mita at email@example.com if you would like to discuss your ideas and participate in writing chapter(s) and/or serve as a reviewer. We will then send you an invitation to join the Wiki.
Timelines are posted on the Wiki, and we anticipate that the chapter should be approximately 15-20 pages in length (single-spaced) 4500-6000 words. Further guidelines on these will also be posted on the Wiki.
We will use the wiki space to initiate discussion on various topics relevant to this book. We plan to organise a symposium at the forthcoming E-Learn conference in Vancouver to discuss further on this book.
Final Call for E-Learn 2009 proposals due: Sept. 8; http://www.aace.org/conf/elearn/call.htm
What is needed more immediately is a short abstract on your proposed chapter with title and author’s name. We are looking forward to your contributions!!
Contact: Mita at firstname.lastname@example.org