TPCK for Educators

TPCK for Educators

TPCK FOR EDUCATORS Amy Chase Martin Director, Faculty Development and Instructional Media Howard Community College Why This Topic? Reflecting on your current practice Share your thoughts Index card Padlet - https://padlet.com/acmartin/ydcce0yvauhv Twitter (@LearnSpaces)

Challenges Deconstruct the TPCK model collect all cards Identify LOTI practices Identify personal teaching approaches Revise an existing lesson PCK Pedagogy Knowledge Examples: inquiry learning in science, primary

source investigations in history, peer reviews in Content-specific writing Examples: classroom management strategies Active learning/collaborative learning; Across Domains knowledge of learner characteristics Content Knowledge

Teachers knowledge of the available educational tools and materials to support development of student knowledge. Subject Matter Teachers mastery of subjectmatter. PCK Pedagogy/Content Knowledge Pedagogy

Knowledge Content Knowledge P C K TPCK PEDAGOGY Knowledge What do YOU know about your pedagogy? How did you acquire that knowledge? How do your instructional beliefs influence your pedagogical practice?

Examine our Beliefs What did you discover? Scoring the Approaches to Teaching Inventory CCS F ITTF 3

5 7 8 13 14 16

17 19 20 21 1 2

4 6 9 10 11 12

15 18 22 Which belief system most reflected in your responses? Pedagogy Approaches Conceptual Change/Student Focused

Information Transmission/Teacher Focused What Pedagogy Approaches Would You Use? Vocabulary Historical Events Chemical equations Procedures Language Text analysis Research

Mathematical Concepts Choreography Data analysis Geography Information Literacy Reading comprehension Pattern recognition Physiology Public Speaking What Pedagogy Approaches Do STUDENTS Think You Use?

Related course material to real life situations Involved students in hands-on projects such as research, case studies, or real life activities Asked students to help each other understand ideas or concepts Encouraged students to reflect on and evaluate what they have learned Formed teams or groups to facilitate learning TPCK CONTENT Knowledge What do YOU know about your content?

How did you acquire that knowledge? What aspects of your content do you find difficult to transmit to others? How Do STUDENTS Think You Connect Them to the Content? Explained course material clearly and concisely Related course material to real life situations Introduced stimulating ideas about the subject Made it clear how each topic fit into the course TPCK TECHNOLOGY Knowledge What tools do you commonly employ in your

own learning? What tools do you commonly employ in your instruction? What level of technology integration is evidenced in your use of technology? Technology Knowledge Teachers knowledge of the Physical, Digital

available educational tools and and materials to support development of Virtual Tools to student knowledge. Enhance Teaching Teachers mastery of subjectmatter.and Learning Contributors/Detractors From

Technology Adoption Instructional evolution is not simply a matter of abandoning beliefs but one of gradually replacing them with more relevant ones shaped by experiences in an altered context. Beliefs are a source of guidance in times of uncertainty; they are important in defining teaching tasks and organizing relevant information. Dwyer, D. C., Ringstaff, C., & Sandholtz, J. H. (1997). Teaching with technology: Creating student- centered classrooms. New York: Teachers. Examine Our Own Beliefs

Technologies are cognitive tools for constructing meaning and representing understanding. Technologies are components of the art of teaching and learning. Technologies are media for transferring facts and information. Technologies are extraneous to the art of teaching and learning. Affordances of Technology Which HCC technology tools are familiar to you? Levels of Technology Integration

Refinement Expansion Routine Integration Mechanical Integration Infusion Exploration Awareness No Use SAMR Redefinition

Modification Augmentation Substitution TPCK Pedagogy Knowledge Content Knowledge

Technology Knowledge Image from EDtS514 Wikispaces. http://edt514tpack.wikispaces.com/Context+Influen ce+on+TPACK Challenges? What challenges did you encounter when trying to elevate the activity? Which of your current lessons could you review and re-consider as

a result of this workshop? How Do STUDENTS Interpret Use of Technology in Your Teaching? Gave projects, tests, or assignments that required original or creative thinking Encouraged students to use multiple resources (e.g. Internet, library holdings, outside experts) to improve understanding Inspired students to set and achieve goals which really challenged them

Ongoing Exploration Pedagogy Knowledge Content Knowledge Technology Knowledge Bibliography And Additional Resources Graham, C., Borup, J., & Smith, N. (2012). Using TPACK as a framework to understand teacher candidates'

technology integration decisions. Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning, 28(6), 530-546. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2011.00472.x http://www.tpack.org/ - community site to support investigation and use of TPCK model TPCK in brief - Koehler, M. J., & Mishra, P. (2009). What is technological pedagogical content knowledge? Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 9(1), 60-70. Thank you! Please contact Amy Chase Martin [email protected] Stop by the Faculty Lab in CL232. Call 443-518-4848 to talk more about this topic. Pedagogy Knowledge

Content Knowledge Technology Knowledge

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