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  • 1. 4001EPS ICT and Pedagogy Lecture 5 Dr  Jason  Zagami Griffith  University
  • 2. New Basics Prof Allan Luke
  • 3. http://education.qld.gov.au/corporate/newbasics/index.html
  • 4. Productive Pedagogies
  • 5. Intellectual quality• Higher-order thinking• Deep knowledge• Deep understanding• Substantive conversation• Knowledge as problematic• Metalanguage
  • 6. Connectedness• Knowledge integration• Background knowledge• Connectedness to the world• Problem-based curriculum
  • 7. Supportive classroom environment• Student direction• Social support• Academic engagement• Explicit quality performance criteria• Self-regulation
  • 8. Recognition of difference • Cultural knowledges • Inclusivity • Narrative • Group identity • Active citizenship
  • 9. Rich Tasks
  • 10. Digital Pedagogy
  • 11. Why digital pedagogy?Good pedagogy is about teaching strategies that achievelearning outcomes.It requires us to fully understand students needs and interests,and how they best learn. It also compels us to identify the bestways of determining what students have learned.When we give students opportunities to learn in ways that suitthem, we are showing an understanding of their needs, interestsand strengths.
  • 12. How is digital pedagogy different?Digital pedagogy harnesses the opportunities presented by arange of technologies to enhance pedagogical practice, leadingto what is described as a pedagogical advantage.This advantage helps create autonomous and independentlifelong learners. It does that by giving students access to abroader range of knowledge and ideas, by making the potentialfor thinking and learning more visible, and by leveraging studentcollaboration and engagement with the world outside theclassroom.
  • 13. 3:33
  • 14. Professional Values
  • 15. Professional Values
  • 16. Professional Relationships
  • 17. Professional Relationships
  • 18. Professional Knowledge
  • 19. Professional Knowledge
  • 20. Professional Practice
  • 21. Professional Practice
  • 22. Digital Storytelling
  • 23. “I understand how ICT cansupport and enhance what students learn, how theylearn, and when and wheretheir learning takes place.“
  • 24. 4:05
  • 25. 3:34
  • 26. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK)Technological Technological Technological Pedagogical Knowledge Content Knowledge (TK) Knowledge (TPK) (TCK) Pedagogical Content Knowledge Knowledge (PK) (CK) Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) Context
  • 27. Readings for Tutorial Week 6