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Agenda October 18, 2012
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NCLTI Online PD Team
Today, you will learn about and apply a modern
knowledge framework: technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge (TPACK) (Mishra & Koehler, 2006). You will reflect on
useful properties and their implications across content areas across. You will explore, experience, and use a selected digital tool to support your growing TPACK. Finally, you will create a TPACK capacity building
. After attending
you will be better equipped to develop rich and robust learner centered, technology enabled activities for your PD/capacity building efforts with staff and/or districts, schools, and teachers.
Provide an understanding of how the TPACK model serves as lens to find the best intersection of curricular standards, sound pedagogy choices, and technology selections (knowledge*)
Engage in reflection on the potential for applying TPACK concepts to activities and digital tools when conducting PD/capacity building with districts, schools, and teachers (attitude).
Engage and equip participants with relevant knowledge and skills for select Web 2.O tools(skills).
Provide the opportunity for participants to build their capacity in aligning Web 2.0 tools with specific intersections of the TPACK model(behavior).
Participants will be able to transfer TPACK learning to their own work (knowledge and behavior).
Participants will be able to articulate the value and challenges of effective learning experiences supported by TPACK (attitude).
Participants will be able to create TPACK - centered digital resources and activities for use in support planning and PD(behavior).
Participants will be able to align the new Standard Courses of Study (Common Core State Standards and North Carolina Essential Standards) and pedagogical approaches to select Web 2.0 tools (skill).
* These represent “Levels of Learning Outcomes” from Guskey.
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