ERIC Number: ED462929
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Jun
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Building on the Future. NECC 2001: National Educational Computing Conference Proceedings (22nd, Chicago, Illinois, June 25-27, 2001).
National Educational Computing Association, Eugene, OR.; National Educational Computing Conference.
This document contains the proceedings of the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) 2001. The following research papers are included: "UCI Computer Arts: Building Gender Equity While Meeting ISTE NETS" (Kimberly Bisbee Burge); "From Mythology to Technology: Sisyphus Makes the Leap to Learn" (Patricia J. Donohue, Mary Beth Kelley-Lowe, and John J. Hoover); "Simulations in the Learning Cycle: A Case Study Involving Exploring the Nardoo" (William M. Dwyer, Valesca E. Lopez); "Connecting across Many Divides: Digital, Racial, and Socio-Economic" (Janice Hinson and Cathy Daniel); "Educational Technology Professional Development Program" (Karen S. Ivers); "The Impact of an Innovative Model of Technology Professional Development" (Vivian Johnson); "Middle School Students as Multimedia Designers: A Project-Based Learning Approach" (Min Liu and Yu-Ping Hsiao); "Evaluation of a Laptop Program: Successes and Recommendations" (Deborah L. Lowther, Steven M. Ross, Gary R. Morrison); "E-Pals: Examining a Cross-Cultural Writing/Literature Project" (Lauren G. McClanahan); "Web-Based Computer Supported Cooperative Work" (John E. McEneaney and others); "Adapting Online Education to Different Learning Styles" (Diana J. Muir); "Enhancing Elementary Students' Creative Problem Solving through Project-Based Education" (Romina M. J. Proctor); "Effective Teaching Styles and Instructional Design for Online Learning Environments" (Ian J. Quitadamo and Abbie Brown) "Teaching and Learning with Information and Communication Technology: Success through a Whole School Approach" (Grant Ramsay); "Cross-Country Conversations: Techniques for Facilitating Web-Based Collaboration" (Julie Reinhart, Joe Slowinski, and Tiffany Anderson); "Fostering Girls' Computer Literacy through Laptop Learning: Can Mobile Computers Help To Level Out the Gender Difference?" (Heike Schaumburg); "Commonalities in Educational Technology Policy Initiatives among Nations" (James Schnitz); "Building Awareness of Text Structure through Technology" (Edith A. Slaton); "Assessing New IT Workers: Adult Women and Underrepresented Minorities" (Karen Spahn); "Constructionism as a High-Tech Intervention Strategy for At-Risk Learners" (Gary S. Stager); "The Evolving Role of School-Based Technology Coordinators in Elementary Programs" (Neal Strudler, Christy Falba, and Doug Hearrington); "Building Positive Attitudes among Geographically-Diverse Students: The Project I-57 Experience" (Paul A. Sundberg); "A Model for Pedagogical and Curricula Transformation with Technology" (David R. Wetzel); and "A Picture of Change in Technology-Rich K8 Classrooms" (Keith Wetzel, Ron Zambo, Ray Buss, and Helen Padgett). Post-conference presenter handouts and the conference program are also included. (MES)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Information Technology, Internet, Telecommunications
For full text: http://confreg.uoregon.edu/necc2001/program/.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: National Educational Computing Association, Eugene, OR.; National Educational Computing Conference.