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Transcript of Understanding TPACK
What is TPACK?
TPACK stands for:
TPACK is a framework that identifies the knowledge teachers need to teach effectively with technology. It is a framework for planning and understanding the use of technology and how it fits into a curriculum.
As the video indicated, teachers
need to be aware of 3 separate
What you teach
How you teach
Tools to teach
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PCK- knowing how to use
teaching strategies to
TPK- knowing the range of
technologies available and what
technologies are appropriate to
the lesson (what technology makes
the most sense to the lesson?)
TCK- knowing how content
can be changed or enhanced
by the addition of technology
What about the
The dotted line around the TPACK model represents the context in which you teach.
TPACK will look different in a 1st grade inner city classroom then it will in a private high school science class.
Each Area of TPACK
carries equal importance
These teachers have strong backgrounds in
content. They know what they are teaching and feel comfortable using technology to deliver
this content. But there is a lack of understanding of how to teach the content with the technology.
These teachers know the best methods to reach all students and have a strong background in technology but they lack a strong understanding in their content.
These teachers who know and teach their content with authority.
They have a good grasp on the best methods to teach students. However, there is a lack of the use of technology, and a lack of understanding (or willingness) to integrate it into the curriculum.
The intersection of pedagogical, technological and content knowledge is where the transformative, innovative learning occurs
when you teach?