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Introduction to the TPAK Model

TPAK stands for: Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge
TPAK has how many components? 7
Content Knowledge is: Teachers' knowledge about the subject they teach, e.g. social studies or math
Pedagogical Knowledge is: Teachers' knowledge about the about methods of learning and teaching
Technological Knowledge is: Teachers' knowledge about modern technology and how to apply it to the classroom environment
TPAK expands on the idea of Pedagogical Content Knowledge put forth by whom? Lee Shulman
How many interactions or subdivision are within the TPAK framework? 3
Pedagogical Content Knowledge is: The ability to apply subject matter to a classroom environment
Technological Pedagogical Knowledge is: The ability to incorporate technology into teaching.
Technological Content Knowledge is: The ability to determine how technology affects and can be applies to a teacher's subject matter
Created by: jmcsanto