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Mrs. Rossey's TPACK

What does the "T" in TPACK stand for? Technology
What does the "P" in TPACK stand for? Pedagogy
What does the "C" in TPACK stand for? Content
What does the "K" in TPACK stand for? Knowledge
The TPACK framework is the interplay of how many primary forms of knowledge? 3
What is pedagogical knowledge (PK)? Teachers' knowledge about the processes and practices of teaching and learning.
What 3 primary forms of knowledge are at the heart of the TPACK framework? Content, Pedagogy, and Technolgoy
What is content knowledge (CK)? Teachers' knowledge about the subject matter to be learned or taught.
True or False: The TPACK emphasizes the kinds of knowledge that lie at the intersections between the primary forms. True
What is technology knowledge (TK)? Knowledge about certain ways of thinking about and working with technology, tools, and resources.
What is pedagogical content knowledge (TCK)? Understanding of the manner in which technology and content influence and constrain one another.
What is technological pedagogical knowledge (TPK)? An understanding of how teaching and learning can change when particular technologies are used in particular ways.
Created by: arossey
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