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What is does TPACK stand for? Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
How many components are there of TPACK Seven
What does TPK stand for? Technological Pedagogical knowledge
What does TK stand for? Technological Knowledge
What is TCK Technological Content Knowledge
What is CK Content Knowledge
What is PCK Pedagogical Content Knowledge
What is PK Pedagogical Knowledge
What is the purpose of TPACK? Attempts to identify the nature of Knowledge required by teachers for technology integration in their teaching,
How does the TPACK model work to help teachers? It creates a framework to intersect three primary forms and creates a better understanding for teaching material that is complex.
Is TPACK the same for every teacher? No, every teacher has a different method of intersecting these functions
Has the TPACK framework been perfected? No it is continuously being worked in and finding new combinations
Created by: kjarvis