Presentation on theme: "Idaho State Department of Education. Pedagogical Content Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge Content Knowledge Content Knowledge: Teachers know and understand."— Presentation transcript:
Idaho State Department of Education
Pedagogical Content Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge Content Knowledge Content Knowledge: Teachers know and understand the subjects they teach, as well as theories procedures and frameworks Pedagogical Knowledge: Teachers know the techniques and methods for instruction, including classroom management, lesson planning, and student evaluation. Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Teachers can transform the subject matter for instruction, and finding different ways to represent the material
* Technological Knowledge: Ability to access and operate digital technologies, productivity tools, peripherals, and internet resources. * Technological Content Knowledge: Ability to take subject matter, and by the application of technology, changing the manner in which it is learned. * Technological Pedagogical Knowledge: Ability to understand how a particular technology can change instructional practices. * Technological Pedagogical & Content Knowledge: Ability to apply technology to teach content manner which redefines instructional practices.
* All Things TPACK: * Classroom 2.0 LIVE on iTunes * Case Studies and Research: * Mishra, P., Koehler, M.J., & Henriksen, D. (2011). The seven trans-disciplinary habits of mind: Extending the tpack framework towards 21st century learning. Educational Technology, 11(2), * Mishra, P., Koehler, M. J., & Kereluik, K. (2009). The song remains the same: Looking back to the future of educational technology. TechTrends 53(5), doi: /s
* Technology Task Force Recommended adoption of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) definition for the integration of technology in the classroom: Curriculum integration with the use of technology involves the infusion of technology as a tool to enhance the learning in a content area or multidisciplinary setting. Effective integration of technology is achieved when students are able to select technology tools to help them obtain information in a timely manner, analyze and synthesize the information, and present it professionally. The technology should become an integral part of how the classroom functions as accessible as all other classroom tools. The focus in each lesson or unit is the curriculum outcome, not the technology.