Technology Frameworks

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Technology Frameworks by Mind Map: Technology Frameworks


1.1. Acronym for Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge

1.1.1. it is the very centre of the TPACK Venn Diagram which shows the complex interplay that Content Knowledge, Pedagogical Knowledge, and Technological Knowledge have among each other in planning classroom lessons and activities

1.2. Venn Diagram model linking Content Knowledge, Pedagogical Knowledge, and Technological Knowledge

1.2.1. 3 Main Categories Content Knowledge current knowledge the students have of the content being taught Pedagogical Knowledge how the teacher will go about teaching the content Technological Knowledge knowledge of the various technology tools used to integrate into teaching lessons and how to use them

1.2.2. 3 Subcategories Pedagogical Content Knowledge the interplay about knowing how to teach and the content material Technological Content Knowledge knowing the uses of technology in teaching or conceptualizing content in new ways Technological Pedagogical Knowledge the pros and cons of using technology to enable various teaching approaches


2.1. Acronym representing the four levels of using technology to enrich lessons in the classroom: Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition

2.1.1. Levels are subdivided into two categories: Enhancement and Transformation Enhancement Substitution: using technology to do the same task that could be done without it Augmentation: a more effective way to do common tasks through the use of technology Transfromation Modification: using technology to accomplish common classroom tasks; it is the initial step beyond enhancing learning activities to transforming them in the classroom environment Redefinition: previously unimaginable activities for classroom lessons now accomplished through the use of technology

2.2. a method for evaluating how technology may impact teaching and learning

3. 21st Century Learning

3.1. defined in terms of three levels of knowledge: Foundational Knowledge, Meta Knowledge, and Humanistic Knowledge, and their subcategories

3.1.1. Foundational Knowledge Core Content applying learnt knowledge to every day life Digital and Information Literacy using digital technologies to evaluate, navigate, and construct information effectively and thoughtfully, thereby resulting in the ability to fluently function in the digital world Cross-Disciplinary integrating and synthesizing information across fields and domains of learning

3.1.2. Meta Knowledge Problem Solving / Critical Thinking interpreting information and making informed decisions about the information Communication and Collaboration being able to effectively communicate through all forms of media, while also being an active listener Creativity producing a product using a vast array of knowledge and skills, while being able to evaluate, elaborate, and refine the ideas of the product (or the final product itself)

3.1.3. Humanistic Knowledge Life and Job Skills management and organizational skills while being able to coordinate and organize pertinent and important information Cultural Competence being able to effectually communicate, collaborate, and appreciate the ideas and feelings of others Ethical and Emotional Awareness successful interaction with other people through being able to intuitively gauge other's feelings and having a keen sense of human emotion

4. Philosophy of Teachnology

4.1. developed through one's philosophy of teaching

4.1.1. comes from one's beliefs about current teaching practices

4.2. belief about how technology is and will be incorporated into one's teaching practices

4.3. informed by TPACK

4.4. personal reflection of how you plan to include technology into your classroom teaching and learning activities

5. Technology Frameworks Information Sourcing

5.1. MindMap informed by the Technology Frameworks Interactive Story, EDU 210 Course Material