ERIC Number: ED457829
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
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Instructional Design. [SITE 2001 Section].
Boger, Stephanie, Ed.
This document contains the papers on instructional design from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2001 conference. Topics covered include: an adaptive e-framework for teacher training; assessing the integration of technology into the curriculum; promoting instructional planning; learning and using World Wide Web page construction to teach preservice teachers how to develop and design integrative middle school curricula for early adolescents; innovative course design as action research; designing Web-based inquiry simulations; principles for designing online instruction; effective presentation design; letting teachers interact with the idea of "interactivity"; qualitative data analysis to ascertain the benefits of a Web-based teacher oriented project; Yekioyd statistics and their interpretation; gLearning--the new e-learning frontier; orchestrating virtual learning; constructing an enhanced instructional presentation; metaphorical representation within a distributed learning environment; implementation of an electronic tutorship support system in a school of business administration; activities for integrating the Internet in teacher education classes; the results of a learning software competition; interactivity as the key to successful Web-based learning environment; scripting a lesson; analysis of large Web-based courses at the University of Central Florida; learners' perceived differences in learning and application; online delivery of multimedia courseware; teaching with geographic information technology; developing Web pages to supplement courses in higher education; toward an adaptive e-framework for teacher education; problem-based learning using Web-based discussions; adapting critical thinking models to a technological approach; sharing teaching experiences in different countries through information and communications technology (ICT); cognitive design of instructional databases; potentials and possibilities in Web-mediated courses; effective online learning at Western Governor's University (Washington); interactive training video as software for staff development; sequence independent structure in distance learning; edu-effectiveness and distance education; assessing student statistical problem-solving skills using interactive Java applets; the formative evaluation of a computer-managed instruction module; online teaching tools; a model to design technology for a teacher training program; designing Web-based constructivist learning environments; using ICTs to develop a learner-centered approach with preservice elementary school teachers; a model for the implementation of socio-constructivist principles in multiple classrooms; Web-based pedagogical strategies; incorporating research on attention into e-design; strategies to reduce online cheating; learning styles of student in traditional Web-based courses; and successful implementation in educational and curriculum integration. Most papers contain references. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: In: Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (12th, Orlando, Florida, March 5-10, 2001); see IR 020 890. Figures may contain very small and illegible font.