ERIC Number: ED472235
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Graduate and Inservice Education. [SITE 2002 Section].
Crawford, Caroline M., Ed.
This document contains the papers on graduate and inservice education from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2002 conference. Topics covered include: Geographic Information Systems in teacher education; re-certification and accreditation; construction of a Web site by graduate teacher education students; Web-based professional development forum to enhance teacher education; building an educational technology masters degree program with ISTE/NCATE standards; the Learning Schools Programme (United Kingdom); Web-based guidance system for the living technology teacher; using technology to engage and empower students outside of the classroom; developing effective teaching skills through instructional technologies; university-schools collaboration in the appropriate use of information communication technologies; Web-based multimedia for educators course; Utah state-wide professional development model; integrating inquiry-based learning into project-based methodology using a constructivist approach; composite picture of the state of computer use and teacher training; Canada-wide Francophone network of teaching expertise; helping inservice teachers facilitate the use of information technology during preservice teacher field experiences; e-supervision of graduate students using videoconferencing; knowledge creation strategies in teacher education; technology in the children's literature course; use of instructional technologies in enhancing effective teaching skills; triadic collaboration--a three-sided approach to technology integration; the Portuguese Information Society; WebQuests for course delivery and integration training; Web-based conferencing to promote interactivity and collaboration in teacher preparation; information technology education for teachers in Hong Kong; hybrid courses; exploding barriers and obstacles to language learning; using moral development theory to teach K-12 cyber-ethics; learning environments in adult teacher education; effectiveness of types of learner interactivity in an online professional development course; evaluation of a Goals 2000 faculty development project; graduate instruction combining online, on-site, and face-to-face; professional development CD-ROM for dealing with disruptive pupils; technology innovation challenge grant lessons learned; establishing graduate cohorts for inservice teachers in rural regions; Project MITTS (Master Instructional Technology TeacherS); using online sessions in traditional face-to-face graduate education classes; computer camp for teachers; using a resource-based learning environment to foster self-directed learning in inservice teachers; technology use in case-based teacher education; formative evaluation of an online master's program; PalmOS handheld computers and standards, assessment, and accountability; incorporating cognitive learning theory and instructional design models in graduate-level multimedia development courses; integrated constructionist model for meaningful online learning; writing scenarios for learning to teach with technology; ChalkTalk OnLine; and learning to teach for understanding in a technology-mediated professional development environment. Several brief summaries of conference presentations are also included. Most papers contain references. (MES)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Information Technology, Instructional Design, Teacher Education, Technology Integration, Web Based Instruction, World Wide Web
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, P.O. Box 3728, Norfolk, VA 23514-3728. Web site: http://www.aace.org.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Note: In: Proceedings of SITE 2002: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (13th, Nashville, TN, March 18-23, 2002); see IR 021 349.