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Unformatted text preview: Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010 ISBN: 1-880094-82-7 site.aace.org Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010 Cleborne D. Maddux Senior Editor David Gibson Editor Bernie Dodge Editor Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010 Edited by Cleborne D. Maddux, Ph.D. SITE Senior Book Editor Foundation Professor The University of Nevada, Reno David Gibson, Ed.D. SITE Book Editor Associate Research Professor, Arizona State University and Executive Director of The Global Challenge Award Bernie Dodge, Ph.D. SITE Book Editor Professor of Educational Technology San Diego State University Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education site.aace.org Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010 Articles Forward...........................................................................................................................................................................i Preface...........................................................................................................................................................................iii IMPLEMENTING TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Culturally Relevant Computing Programs: Two Examples to Inform Teacher Professional Development Kimberly A. Scott, Kevin Clark, Kimberly M. Sheridan, Cynthia Mruczek, and Elisabeth Hayes..............................................1 Supporting an Online Community of Inquiry Using VoiceThread Fei Gao and Yanling Sun.............................................................................................................................................................9 Online Conversations with Peers and with an Expert Mentor: Is There a Difference? Priscilla Norton and Dawn Hathaway.......................................................................................................................................19 Investigating the Use of Online Discussions in an Undergraduate Face-to-face Course Petrea Redmond.........................................................................................................................................................................27 The Use of a Wiki in Teacher Education: How Does Learning and Instruction Change When Work Can Go Public? Eileen O’Connor........................................................................................................................................................................35 Student Teacher Use of Technology to Facilitate Teaching and Learning Rebecca Ruth Stobaugh, Michael McDonald, and Janet Lynne Tassell.....................................................................................43 eMINTS Professional Development Changes Pedagogical Practice Margaret Scordias, Carl Hoagland, and Mary Ferguson...........................................................................................................53 Staff Development Workshops for Teaching with Web 2.0 Tools Iain Doherty...............................................................................................................................................................................61 Problem-Based Instruction and Web 2.0: Meeting the Needs of the 21st Century Learner Beth Bos and Kathryn S. Lee.....................................................................................................................................................71 Preparing Technology Proficient Teachers in Jordan Teresa J. Franklin......................................................................................................................................................................79 Storytelling as a Strategy for Integrating Technologies into the Curriculum: An Empirical Study with Post-Graduate Teachers Clara Pereira Coutinho.............................................................................................................................................................87 Digital Storytelling as a Tool for Children’s Identity Play Althea Scott Nixon......................................................................................................................................................................97 TEACHER PERCEPTIONS, ATTITUDES AND THINKING Teacher Development Through Participation In A Virtual Community Of Support And Communication Thérèse Laferrière....................................................................................................................................................................107 Blended Teaching and Learning: Balancing Control and Uncertainty in Teaching and Learning Kim McShane...........................................................................................................................................................................115 Prediction of Preservice Teachers’ Problematic Internet Use by Their Psychological Needs and Internet Use Functions Sahin Kesici, Ismail Sahin, and Ann Thompson........................................................................................................................123 Web 2.0 in a Preservice Math Methods Course: Teacher Candidates’ Perceptions and Predictions Shannon Guerrero....................................................................................................................................................................133 Service Teachers’ Attitudes And Preparation For The Use Of Technology In Teaching Physical Education Susana Juniu............................................................................................................................................................................141 I Am A 21st Century Teacher: If You Teach Me with Technology, I Will Use Technology to Teach My Students Prince Hycy Bull......................................................................................................................................................................151 Designing Professional Development for 21st Century Learning Melissa Kibrick, Elizabeth van Es and Mark Warschauer........................................................................................................159 Selecting Virtual Museum Exhibits to Support Classroom Teaching Marie Iding and Joan Nordbotten............................................................................................................................................167 Pre-service English Teachers and Web 2.0: Teaching & Learning Literacy with Digital Applications Barbara G. Pace, Lucas B. Rodesiler, and Lauren Tripp.........................................................................................................177 THEORETICAL MODELS Technological Pedagogical Collaboration: Preservice English Teachers and Collaborative Projects Melanie Shoffner......................................................................................................................................................................187 Web-Based Learning Resources with School Students: An Empirical Evaluation of Technical and Pedagogical Usability Criteria Said Hadjerrouit......................................................................................................................................................................195 Culturally-Sensitive E-Learning Practices for Teacher Education Lesley S. J. Farmer...................................................................................................................................................................203 IMPACT OF NEW TECHNOLOGY ON STUDENT LEARNING An Examination of Technology-Mediated Feminist Consciousness-raising in Art Education Alice Lai...................................................................................................................................................................................213 Teaching Teachers to Teach with Body and Space related Technologies: Programmable Clothing in Performative Teaching Processes Thomas Winkler, Martina Ide, and Michael Herczeg...............................................................................................................221 Writing Presence: Making Absence Present in Online Pedagogy Judith Guevarra Enriquez........................................................................................................................................................229 The Teaching of Abstract Concepts through Concrete Examples: The Scaffolding Impact of Using Graphing Calculators in High School Trigonometry Classes Nancy P. Autin, Jeffrey Oescher, and Robert Hancock.............................................................................................................237 Using Open-Source Graphics, Animation, and Video Tools in STEM Education Brian H. Giza...........................................................................................................................................................................243 From Oregon Trail to Peacemaker: Providing a Framework for Effective Integration of Video Games into the Social Studies Classroom Dennis Charsky and Michael K. Barbour.................................................................................................................................251 Digital Storytelling as Narrative Pedagogy Penny A. Garcia and Marsha Rossiter......................................................................................................................................259 A Case Study Comparison of Video and Print Storytelling in Preschool Health and Disability Awareness Manon Lauderdale, Inger Ljungberg, Brenda Triyono, Alexander Libin and Maxine Cohen.................................................267 Authentic Learning at the Lake: An Approach to Graduate Level Video Production Jay Wilson................................................................................................................................................................................277 TECHNOLOGY, PEDAGOGY AND CONTENT KNOWLEDGE - TPACK Using Online Videos in the Science Methods Classroom as Context for Developing Preservice Teachers’ Awareness of the TPACK Components Richard P. Hechter and Lynette D. Phyfe.................................................................................................................................287 Differentiating TPACK Development: Using Learning Activity Types with Inservice and Preservice Teachers Mark Hofer and Judi Harris....................................................................................................................................................295 Auditing the TPACK Confidence of Australian Pre-Service Teachers: The TPACK Confidence Survey (TCS) Peter R Albion, Romina Jamieson-Proctor, and Glenn Finger.................................................................................................303 Hong Kong Home Economics Teachers’ Preparedness for Teaching with Technology Kitty Ho and Peter R Albion....................................................................................................................................................313 Testing a TPACK-Based Technology Integration Assessment Rubric Judi Harris, Neal Grandgenett, and Mark Hofer......................................................................................................................323 RESEARCH AND EVALUATION Improving Student Science and English Language Skills: A Study of the Effectiveness of BrainPOP Scott Elliot................................................................................................................................................................................335 Effect of Problem Type and Problem Difficulty on Problem Solving in Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Environments Zhaohui Sheng.........................................................................................................................................................................343 Game-based Learning vs. Traditional Instruction: A Meta-Analysis of Thirty-Eight Studies from Taiwan Yuen-kuang Cliff Liao, Li-hsin Evelyn Chang, and Chen-Ching Chang..................................................................................351 Assessing the Performance of College Algebra Using Modularity and Technology: A Two Year Case Study of NCAT’s Supplemental Model A Dale Magoun, David Hare, Azime Saydam, Charlotte Owens, and Elizabeth Smith...........................................................359 Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2010 (ISBN # 1-880094-82-7) is published by the Society for Information Tecnology & Teacher Education (SITE), an international, educational, nonprofit organization. Published by: SITE, PO Box 1545, Chesapeake, VA 23327-1545, USA 757-366-5606; Fax: 703-997-8760; E-mail: [email protected] © Copyright 2010 by Site site.aace.org MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION Advancing Instructional Technology in Teacher Education Mission: The Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education is an international association of 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. The Society seeks to promote research, scholarship, collaboration, exchange, and support among its membership, and to actively foster the development of new national organizations where a need emerges. SITE is the only organization that has as its sole focus the integration of instructional technologies into teacher education programs. 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The skillful editorship of Cleb Maddux, who brought more than 20 years of journal editing experience to the job, assured the highest quality. Each of the 40 selected papers, of the 123 submitted for consideration, received extensive blind review, during year one. Support for the premier issue came from many levels. Executive Director Gary Marks invested in modifications to the review system to accommodate the formalized process, and extended copy editing services and printing at a cost-recovery target price. Dozens of hand-picked, veteran readers volunteered their time to conduct blind reviews of papers under consideration. These actions assured quality as well as affordability for those needing a paper copy of the finished book. Inclusion of all papers in the Ed/IT Digita...
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