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Saturday, 25 November 2017 21:07

TPACK

Tpack Model

Lately came into my attention that teachers tend to deny the use of technology due to a variety of reasons. The most commonly used is that technology transforms the lesson into something completely different than it is supposed to be. Yes, technology has the potential to transform a boring lesson into a funny one, that's undeniable, but how teachers use it is what makes the difference between just having fun and having fun while learning at the same time.

This is the TPACK model. The modern teacher should be well educated regarding the field of his expertise (content knowledge) Is this enough? What about the right pedagogical approaches regarding every individual student of his (pedagogical knowledge)? Is this enough? Well the answer is a double no. Teachers should also be able to identify and use the right technological tools which will enhance their teaching skills in order to improve the learning outcome of their students (technological knowledge)

I bet dinosaurs were extremely cute back in the day , but they all vanquished because they failed to adapt to the new era.

Published in Teacher Skills