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ERIC Number: ED462980
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Oct
Pages: 214
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Preparing for a New Century of Learning: Technology, Education, and the Internet. ICTE Tampa 1999: International Conference on Technology and Education Proceedings (17th, Tampa, Florida, October 10-13, 1999).
The overarching focus of the International Conference on Technology and Education (ICTE) Tampa 1999 conference was "Preparing for a New Century of Learning: Technology, Education, and the Internet." Twelve themes supported this focus: "Implementation in the Classroom"; "Educational Tools"; "Information Technology and Educational Policy"; "School-Based Technical Support"; "Internet Filters vs. Free Speech"; "Copyright and Trademark Issues"; "Internet and Distance Learning: The Next Five Years"; "Using Technology To Create New Paradigms"; "Assessment"; "Assistive Technologies"; "Challenges of Technology in the Classroom"; and "Creating Digital Assets for Education." Topics of papers in this proceedings include: task based management for technology instruction; interactivity in Web-based instruction; Web pages to enhance student achievement; digital enculturation; K-12 student perceptions of classroom computer use; role of educational technologies; self-pacing technology; teaching technology in the focused calendar; system dynamics and computer modeling; technology in mathematics teacher education; technology rich lessons; technology supports school reform; online textbook publishing; computer conferencing and blended courses; technology in developing countries; Powerpoint presentations; computer graphics and animation; educational technology to increase achievement in a standards based environment; technology to enhance foreign language competency; Internet in the secondary English curriculum; an elementary computer initiative; digital books for mathematics learning; Asynchronous Transfer Mode; online learning for K-8 students; changing universities into virtual universities; Web-based writing, peer review, curriculum development, and dissemination; graduate computer education; Internet MBA; streaming video in instructional Webs; individual access applications; courseware description language; Open and Distance Learning pedagogy; distance education considerations; seamless access for students transitioning from secondary to postsecondary programs; supporting faculty users of online course management systems; Web page annotation; challenges in online program creation; and software delivers math on the Internet. (AEF)
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Language: English
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