1 Preface Willie Ennis III SECTION 1: The Evolving Role of Technology in Education 1. Gutenberg, Google, and Beyond: Teaching, Learning, and Schooling in the Innovation Age John Fischetti and Le McKenzie Head of School/Dean of Education at the University of Newcastle and Project officer and research assistant at the University of Newcastle. Key Words: Innovation, Importance of Technology, Technology and Schools, Future of Technology 2. Historical Perspective on Instructional Technology Candace S. Robertson Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Southeastern Louisiana University. Key Words: Educational Reform, Enhancing Education through Technology Act of 2001, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Technology standards 3. A Technology Tsunami: Online Presentation and Communication Tools Gary Shouppe Doctorate from Valdosta State University in 2005 and became adjunct professor at Columbus State University (CSU) in Key Words: Technology applications, Technology tools, Communication, Interactive technology 4. Technology Integration and Student Achievement Roslyn Lea Varnado and Mindy Crain-Dorough National Board Certified Teacher, serves as the assistant principal at Kentwood High Magnet School in Kentwood, Louisiana and Associate professor of Educational Research in the Department of Educational Leadership and Technology at Southeastern Louisiana University, teaches doctoral quantitative and qualitative research methods courses and serves as methodologist on dissertation committees. Key Words: Technology integration, Teacher-centered technology, Student-centered technology, Student performance 5. The Integration of Technology Stephanie Longman BA in Elementary Education, a MEd in Curriculum and Instruction, and an EdD in Educational Leadership. Key Words: Technology evolution, Technology integration, Technology support, Technostress 6. Cloud Computing Is Cloud Computing Ready for Education and Is Education Ready for Cloud Computing?
2 Howard C. Woodard Professor of information systems at Georgia College and State University. Key Words: Cloud Computing, Platform, Technology Infrastructure, Infrastructure as a service SECTION 2: Technology and Instruction 7. Teaching Digital Storytelling With Evolving Technologies: Standards, Processes, and Outcomes Larry J. Moore and Marcia J. Rossi Instructional technology specialist and instructor in the area of instructional technology for the Center for Quality Teaching and Learning and the College of Education and Health Professions at Columbus State University and professor of psychology at Alabama State University. She received her PhD in experimental psychology from Auburn University. Key Words: Digital storytelling, Instructional technologies, Technology in the Classroom, K-12 teaching 8. Technology in Academic Libraries Lynette Ralph BA degree from the University of the West Indies (U.W.I.), an MS (Library & Information Science) from Pratt Institute, an MPA from University of Baltimore, and a PhD in information science from Nova Southeastern University. Key Words: Academic libraries, Reference services, Virtual reference services, Role of Librarian 9. School Librarians and Technology Leadership Kira Chauvin Beggren Bachelor of arts in secondary education from the University of New Orleans (UNO) in Key Words: School librarians, Technology integration, Information literacy, Impact of Technology 10. Using TeachLivE TM Virtual Simulations to Provide Field Experiences for Teachers Working With Students With Disabilities Ellen H. Ratcliff and Nicki Anzelmo-Skelton Assistant professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Southeastern Louisiana University and Associate professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Southeastern Louisiana University. Key Words: Virtual field experiences, Teacher preparation, Professional development, TeachLivE 11. Dynamic Communication With Skype Technology Lynn Futch Dean for Library Services and Academic Affairs at Ogeechee Technical College in Statesboro, Georgia. Key Words: Skype, Telecommunication, Dynamic communication, Infusion of Technology 12. The Technology Acceptance Model to Change/Diffusion Theory: Integrating Second Life for Learning and Instruction Charles Xiaoxue Wang and Robert Kenny Associate professor of educational technology and associate dean of the College of Education at the Florida Gulf Coast University and PhD in Educational Media/Instructional Design and has done extensive research in education, instructional/educational technology, working with K-12 schools, educational organizations, and industry to integrate media and technology.
3 Key Words: Technology Acceptance Model, Innovation and diffusion, MUVEs, Second Life SECTION 3: Emerging Technology Applications 13. Assistive Technologies for Autistic Children Demetria Ennis-Cole, Cheryl Parkman and Linda Buckner Associate professor in the Department of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas, Doctoral student in the Teacher Education and Administration Program in the College of Education at the University of North Texas and Doctoral candidate at the University of North Texas, has a Master of Science degree in Computer Education and Cognitive Systems from the University of North Texas. Key Words: Assistive technology, Autism spectrum disorders, Technology, Computers 14. The Smart Phone A Tool for the 21st Century Classroom Pamela A. Lemoine Assistant professor at Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia, in the College of Education and Health Professions. Key Words: Smart phones, Mobile learning devices, Mobile internet access devices, Technology resources 15. Interactive Whiteboards Shayla A. Guidry Key Words: Interactive whiteboards, Presentation devices, Role of Technology, Interactive technology 16. Integrating Technology and Classroom Management Pamela A. Lemoine and Lynn H. Singletary Assistant professor of Educational Leadership at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia and Founder and CEO of the Teaching Research Institute, an educational consulting firm in Baton Rouge Louisiana. Key Words: Social ShapeUp, Classroom management, School wide behavior programs, Student Performance 17. Tablet Technology for the 21st Century Learner Pamela A. Lemoine Assistant professor at Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia, in the College of Education and Health Professions. Key Words: Technology in the Classroom, Tablets, Mobile learning devices, Digital learning SECTION 4: Technology Tools in Classrooms 18. Digital Video and Photography Brian Newberry Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Educational Technology and Communication from the University of Kansas in Key Words: Digital video, Digital storytelling, Digital citizenship, Copyright 19. New and Emerging Classroom Technology Tools for Communication and Collaboration Edward L. Bouie, Jr. Key Words: Technology tools, Computer-mediated communications, Computer-enhanced
4 instruction, Electronic communications 20. Virtual Schools Kelly Sigman Key Words: Virtual schools, Online learning, Cyberlearning, Digital education 21. Technologies to Enhance Instruction Stefanie Sorbet, Heloise Aucoin, and Cynthia B. Elliott Instructor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Southeastern Louisiana University, Director of Field Experience at Southeastern Louisiana University. She received Doctor of Educational Leadership with a concentration in technology in 2010 and Interim Department Head and Professor of Teaching and Learning at Southeastern Louisiana University and serves as Director of the Library of Congress-Teaching with Primary Sources Program at Southeastern. Key Words: Use of Technology, Instruction, Engagement, Assessment 22. iphone Apps for Teachers Dana Owen DeLong Key Words: Apps, Technology in the Classroom, Teacher tools, Mobile technology SECTION 5: Social Aspects of Technology 23. Technology in the Classroom: Does the Law Shape Our Future Educational Policies and Decisions? Nathan M. Roberts and Frank S. Del Favero Department Chair for Educational Foundations & Leadership and the Mr. & Mrs. E.P. Pat Nalley/BORSF Professor in Education at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Key Words: Classroom Technology, Legal issues, Legal Guidelines, School law 24. Adapting Mobile Devices for a Mobile Technology Mediated Learning Environment (MTMLE) in P-12 Education Don S. Stumpf and Robin K. Ellert Campus director for Columbia College, Fort Stewart, Georgia. He earned both his Bachelor of General Studies and Master of Education degree from Armstrong Atlantic State University and Chief of Colleges and Counseling for the Army Continuing Education System (ACES) at Fort Stewart in Hinesville, GA. Key Words: Mobile learning, Learning environment, Mobile devices, Classroom technology 25. Social Networking Policies in the Face of Web 2.0 Michelle Taylor Rice Career in technical and community colleges. Formerly an English instructor in Georgia Key Words: Social media, Social networking, Educational Policy, Innovative Technology 26. The Social Expense of Technology Demetria Ennis-Cole and Willie Ennis, III Associate Professor in the Department of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas and University educator in the field of Educational Technology and has 28 years of university teaching experience. Key Words: Social networking, Social Use of Technology, Web 2.0/3.0, Software applications SECTION 6: Challenges and Opportunities
5 27. Technology as Educational Speculation: Mechanism for a Continually Shifting World Abebayehu A. Tekleselassi, Ellen L. Roberts, and Michael D. Richardson Associate Professor of Educational Administration at the George Washington University s Graduate School of Education and Human Development in Washington, DC, Associate Provost for Graduate Education and Distance Learning at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia and director of the doctoral program in curriculum and leadership and holds the Fuller E. Callaway Chair in Educational Leadership. Key Words: 21st Century skills, Ubiquitous knowledge, Technology infusion, Technology utilization 28. Ensuring Cost-Effectiveness in K-12 Technology Adoption Tarakeshwar Prasad Mishra Director of instructional support at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Key Words: Technology Costs, Educational Technology, Client Use of Technology, Technology Adaptation 29. The Changing Nature of Teaching and Learning: The Evolving Role of Educational Technology Edna Lavernier, Judy H. Wilson, and Michael D. Richardson The Doctorate of Educational Administration (2005), Education Specialist in Higher Education Leadership (2002), EdD in Educational Administration at Georgia Southern University. She also earned an EdS in Educational Leadership and an MEd in Early Childhood Education from The University of Georgia and director of the doctoral program in curriculum and leadership and holds the Fuller E. Key Words: Teaching, Learning, Classroom technology, Technology Innovation 30. Technostress in the Classroom: Considerations for Teacher Educators and Teacher Education Candidates Sonya S. Shepherd Tenured professor serving as a Library Assessment Officer (LAO) in the Zach S. Henderson Library, Georgia Southern University. Key Words: Instructional Technology, Technostress, Causes of Technostress, Solutions to Technostress 31. Professional Development in Using New Technologies Pamela Nutt Master s of Media and Instructional Technology at Georgia College and State University. Key Words: Professional development, Staff development, Teacher education, Online learning 32. Teacher Use of New and Emerging Technology: Who Needs It? Jeanne Jenkins Ebey BS in Special Education from Mississippi State University, her MEd in psychometry from Mississippi College, and her EdD in Educational Leadership from Southeastern Louisiana University. Key Words: Instructional Technology, Classroom Use of Technology, Educational Achievement, Teachers 33. Technology Infrastructure: Challenges From PARCC and Smarter Balanced Technology Requirements for Online Common Core Assessments
6 Evan Mense and Pamela A. Lemoine Assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Technology and is currently serving as a Director of the Masters in Educational Leadership Program and Graduate Coordinator at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana and Assistant professor at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. Key Words: Common Core Standards, Technology Infrastructure, Equity of Access, Online assessments 34. The Changing Technology Paradigm: Educators Are Data Rich and Information Poor Deidre Greer, Michael D. Richardson, Fnu Mihir, and Kenneth Lane Diedre Greer is Associate Dean of the College of Education and Health Professions at Columbus State University; Mihir is Director of Technology Services at University of Arkansas at Ft. Smith, Kenneth E. Lane is Endowed Professor of Educational Leadership at Southeastern Louisiana University and Michael D. Richardson is Callaway Endowed Professor of Educational Leadership at Columbus State University. Key Words: Data, Information, Efficiency, Effectiveness Epilogue: New Technology, New Schools: A New View Cherissa Vitter International baccalaureate (IB) coordinator at Hammond High Magnet School in Hammond, Louisiana, overseeing the Diploma Programme and the implementation of the IB Career-Related Certificate. Key Words: Instructional Technology, Integration of Technology, School Transformation, Administrative Use of Technology
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