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These are to help teach the TPACK model

What is TPK? The way teaching and learning can be changed by technology
TPACK covers only three areas: Content, Pedagogy and Technology. True or False? False
Technology Knowledge includes being able to decipher what technological information is beneficial and what is not. True or False? True
What is TCK? Understanding how technology and content impact each other. For instance, understanding that we can extend the planting season of certain crops by using technologies like solar-pannel heated greenhouses
What is PCK? Adapting subject matter in a way that the students can understand it.
What does TK stand for? Technology Knowledge. A basic understanding of technology and it's day to day applications.
Subject matter knowledge and pedagogy are independent things. True or False? False, it's important they are connected in teaching in order to be effective. The alternative is knowing something but not knowing How to teach it.
What is PK? Pedagogical knowledge- understanding the "How to" of teaching
What does CK stand for? What is it? Content Knowledge. This is an understanding that content material must be appropriate for the student's ability to understand.
TPACK is a new idea. True or False? False
Created by: Ashley Downen
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