Week Fourteen 23 April – 26 April: TPACK Design
- Selected Formative Assessment Readings & Resources
- On Tuesday, 23 April Monday class meets
Week Fifteen 29 April – 3 May: TPACK Design |Agenda
- Dr. Shutkin is off campus
- Discussion & Consultation through digital means
- Spring 2019 Final Exam Schedule
- EdTech Monday/Wednesday | Spring 2019 Final Exam Monday 6 May 6:00-7:50 PM
- EdTech Tuesday/Thursday | Spring 2019 Final Exam Tuesday 7 May 1:00-2:50 PM
- ALL TPACK DESIGN PROJECTS ARE TO BE TURNED IN THROUGH EMAIL AS AN ATTACHMENT OR AS A SHARED GOOGLE DOC. PLEASE DO NOT POST YOUR TPACK PROJECT TO YOUR ePORTFOLIO!
Reading: Mishra, P. & Koehler, J. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A Framework for Teacher Knowledge. Teachers College Record, 108(6), 1017-1054. (Please prepare pp. 1017-1031).
Discussion | The TPACK Exploration & Tele Design
Paired TPACK design (continuation)
Discussion | Tele Design
- *Misconceptions & Difficulties
- Digital Resources
- TPACK Context
- Assessment Rubric
Paired TPACK design (continuation)
Resources and Review
| Pedagogical Content Knowledge & Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
- C –> What is Curriculum?
- P –> What is Pedagogy? Pedagogical Knowledge (1026-27)
- PCK –> What is Pedagogical Content Knowledge (1027)
- TPACK –> What is Technological, Pedagogical Content Knowledge?(1029)
| Interaction Strategies (How relate to Instructional Activities and Pedagogic Strategies)?
Specific interaction strategies: (Because my students are using a specific technology in this specific way, I expect cognitive amplification in these areas: consider, for example, Bloom’s Taxonomy).
| Interaction Strategies — A Few Google Slides
- Potential interaction strategies in an online worksheet
- Potential interaction strategies in a graphic organizer: Compare & Contrast
- Analysis of the interaction strategy implicit in a Simulation: A Gallery Walk
- Analysis of a video lesson: Exploring Emigration: Maps & Migration : Using maps and technology to explore geography /Grades 6-8, Social Studies.
| The Learning Activity Types Website | Helpful for choosing the right technology to help represent content. (Resources about PCK for the Design of technologically enhanced learning experiences (TELEs))
| Designing with Distributed Cognition
- Distributed Cognition Assignment
- Distributed Cognition: EFFECTS OF, EFFECTS WITH & Common Educational Technologies Used in Schools
- Pedagogical Functions of Educational Technologies : Connecting | Translating | Off-Loading | Monitoring
- Interaction Strategies — A Few Google Slides
- The Learning Activity Types Website
Resource: (Mediating Artefact) “Out in the Field” | Technology Integration Observation Instrument
DC Cases to Analyze
- Blended Learning Energizes High School Math Students: Educator Peter McIntosh helps his students to take ownership of their learning by using interactive subject-mastery tools like Khan Academy. High (9-12)
- Differentiating Instruction Through Interactive Games: Using tech tools and games acquired through grants and his own resourcefulness, second-grade teacher Robert Pronovost tailors math instruction to match students’ individual learning styles. (multi-age)
- Exploring Emigration: Maps & Migration : Using maps and technology to explore geography /Grades 6-8, Social Studies
- Poetry WorkStations : Students analyze poetry with PodCasts and WebLogs / Middle School 4-8 Language Arts
- Enhancing Chemistry Basics with Technology : Grades 9-12 / Science / Peer Teaching
- Potential Energy: Problem Solving with Technology : Grades 9-12 / Science / Physics
- Google Docs in the Classroom : Grades 9-12 / All Subjects / Collaboration
- The Learning Landscape: Kids Monitor Terrain with Technology : Grades 3-7 / Environmental Science