Handbook of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK) for educators.9780805863567
Handbook of technological pedagogical content knowledge Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) is a framework to understand and describe the kinds of knowledge needed by a teacher for effective technology Integration. The idea of pedagogical content knowledge was first described by Lee Shulman and TPCK builds on those core ideas (TPCK TPCK Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
TPCK Tosyl Phenylalanyl Chloromethyl Ketone (protease inhibitor) ) for educators.
Ed. by AACTE AACTE American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Committee on Innovation and Technology.
Twenty-five American academics, researchers, and educational consultants contribute 13 chapters describing a broad array of technology-infused learning strategies and explaining how teachers can use them as a part of curriculum-based instruction. Coverage includes a general overview of what TPCK is; the integration of TPCK into specific subject areas such as K-6 literacy education, world languages, social studies, mathematics, visual and performing arts, science and technology, and physical education; and integrating TPCK into teacher education and professional development. An afterword af·ter·word
See epilogue. by the seven-member editorial team draws on material from each of the chapters to formulate formulate /for·mu·late/ (for´mu-lat)
1. to state in the form of a formula.
2. to prepare in accordance with a prescribed or specified method. a call to action for significant change in teacher education programs, to assist both preservice and in-service teachers in building their TPCK skills.
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