National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowships

Awards

Since fall 2000, the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education has been collaborating with four teacher education associations representing the content areas of mathematics, science, English language arts, and social studies education through the National Technology Leadership Initiative (NTLI). The NTLI Fellowship was established to recognize an exemplary presentation on technology at the annual conferences of each of these organizations. The purpose of the NTLI Fellowship is to encourage further dialog among professional associations regarding appropriate technology use in teacher education. Each year NTLI Fellows are invited to present at a two-hour symposium at SITE. They receive an award plaque and complementary conference registration.

2012 NTLI Fellows

ASTE Science Education: Timothy Young, Bruce Farnsworth, Cindy Grabe, and Mark Guy
University of North Dakota

AMTE Mathematics Education:
Hollylynne S. Lee,
North Carolina State University
Gladis Kersaint, University of South Florida
Suzanne R. Harper, Miami University
Shannon O. S. Driskell, University of Dayton
Keith Leatham, Brigham Young University

CUFA Social Studies Education: Tina L. Heafner, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

2011 NTLI Fellows

ASTE Science Education: Rita A. Hagevik,
The University of Tennessee
Patty Stinger-Barnes, Carson-Newman University

AMTE Mathematics Education: Judith Olson and Michael Gilbert, University of Hawaii
Melfried Olson, University of Massachusetts, Boston.

CUFA Social Studies Education: Caroline C. Sheffield, University of Louisville

2010 NTLI Fellows

ASTE Science Education: Shawn Y. Holmes, Leonard A. Annetta, and Meng-Tzu Cheng, North Carolina State University

AMTE Mathematics Education: Carole Simard and Todd A. Grundmeier, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

CUFA Social Studies Education: Kathy Swan, University of Kentucky; Mark Hofer, College of William and Mary
Gerry Swan, University of Kentucky.

CEE English Education: Troy Hicks, Central Michigan University

NAECTE Early Childhood Education:

Kathleen Sheridan and Leslie Curda, North Carolina State

2009 NTLI Fellows

AMTE Mathematics Education: Rachel Harrington, Western Oregon University

ASTE Science Education: Irene Plonczak, Hofstra University

NAECTE Early Childhood Education: Dora Chen and Leslie Couse, University of New Hampshire

2008 NTLI Fellows

CUFA Social Studies Education: Linda Levstik, Kathi Kern, and Kathy Swan, University of Kentucky

AMTE Mathematics Education: Asli Ozgun-Koca, Wayne State University

ASTE Science Education: Nancy Trautmann, Cornell University, and James MaKinster, Hobart & William Smith Colleges

2007 NTLI Fellows

CUFA Social Studies Education: Mark Hofer and Kathy Owings Swan

AMTE Mathematics Education: Kathryn Shafer, Bethel College

ASTE Science Education: Rebecca Schneider

2006 NTLI Fellows

CEE English Education: Stephanie Ann Sheffield

CUFA Social Studies Education: Adam Friedman, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

AMTE Mathematics Education: Gogot Suharwoto, Oregon State University

ASTE Science Education: Len Annetta and John Park, North Carolina State University

2005 NTLI Fellows

CEE English Education: Ewa McGrail, Georgia State University

CUFA Social Studies Education: Mark Hofer, Towson University, and Kathleen Owings Swan, University of Kentucky

AMTE Mathematics Education: Tim Hendrix, Meredith College

ASTE/AETS Science Education: Thomas Koballa, Leslie Upson, Cynthia C. Minchew, Amy Parlo, & Justus Inyega, University of Georgia

2004 NTLI Fellows

AMTE Mathematics Education: Suzanne R. Harper, Miami University, and Shannon Driskell, University of Dayton CEE

English Education: Owen McGrath, Berkeley University of California CUFA

Social Studies Education: Merry Merryfield, The Ohio State University AETS

Science Education: Karen Irving, The Ohio State University

2003 NTLI Fellows

AMTE Mathematics Education: Susan Friel, University of North Carolina CEE

English Education: Robert Rozema, Western Michigan University CUFA

Social Studies Education: John Saye, Auburn University AETS

Science Education: John Park, North Carolina State University

2002 NTLI Fellows

AMTE Mathematics Education: Hollylynn Stohl, North Carolina State University CEE

English Education: Sara Kajder, Gaithersburg High School, Maryland CUFA

Social Studies Education: Barbara Slater Stern, James Madison University

CITE/JTATE Technology Leadership Awards

In 2003, SITE’s online journal, Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE), offered its first round of Technology Leadership Awards to recognize exemplary technology use in teacher preparation. Nominees each submitted a three-page description of their innovative technology use, as well as online resources and student work samples. In 2004, SITE’s print publication, Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE), joined CITE Journal in sponsoring the awards.

2004

Use of Technology to Teach Content in a Methods Course Winner: Implementing Web-Based Scientific Inquiry in Preservice Science Methods Courses, Alec M. Bodzin, Lehigh University

Use of Technology to Teach Content in an Introductory Technology Course Winner: The Teacher as Software Developer, David Whittier, Boston University

Use of Technology to Teach Content in a Student Teaching Experience Winner: Cheryl Lemon, Lehigh University

2003

Use of Technology to Teach Content in a Methods Course Winner: Using Technology Tools to Support Content Learning in the English Language Arts, Jamie Myers, Pennsylvania State University Honorable Mention: Integrating Technology Into an Intermediate Literacy Methods Course, Denise A. Schmidt, Donna J. Merkley, & Carol J. Fuhler, Iowa State University

Use of Technology to Teach Content in an Introductory Technology Course Winner: The Introductory Technology Course: A Tool for Technology Integration, Keith Wetzel, Lance Wilhelm, Mia Kim Williams, Arizona State University West

Integrating Technology in the Elementary Curriculum Winner: Debra Sprague, George Mason University