A solution. In the previous post and my current line of thinking is that the TPACK (Technological Pedagogical And Content Knowledge) framework can provide a useful lens for thinking about this problem.
As I have written on this website, TPACK stands for Technological, Pedagogical, and Content Knowledge. This frame work looks at each of these domains of knowledge, and how they overlap with each other within a given ...
Jen Baker's insight:
"... here are three pieces of essential knowledge and questions that teachers must know to use a tool in their classroom."
There is a remarkable difference between using and integrating technology in education. Several teachers who think that they are integrating technology into their curriculum are simply using it because they still haven't questioned and ...
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