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PowerPoint file of the use of TPACK in teaching English, Year 9 at an ACT high school using the Australian Curriculum with resources from ESA, through the cLc Virtual Learning Environment portal.

PowerPoint file of the use of TPACK in teaching English, Year 9 at an ACT high school using the Australian Curriculum with resources from ESA, through the cLc Virtual Learning Environment portal.

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  • 1. With thanks to our Major Sponsor and Host School: Spiral In, Spiral Out: the TPACK model for secondary English learning activities and teacher professional development and evaluation Michael Sisley
  • 2. Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) Project
    • Thirty-nine teaching universities
    • Fifty thousand preservice teachers
    • Focus on National Curriculum
    • UC chooses English & History
    • TPACK@UC facilitator, Robert Fitzgerald, Director of the Inspire Centre, UC collaboration with ACTDET
  • 3. TTF Project #2
    • Many of the heavies of education technology:
      • Romeo, Albion, Finger, Watt, Holkner and many more
    • Toni Downes, ACDE President
    • Delays, regrouping in Education Services Australia
    • Three major phases:
      • TPACK surveys for all (50,000) preservice students
      • Most Significant Change “to demonstrate the impact on ICTE curriculum & pedagogy”
      • Report and ongoing > May 2012
  • 4. TTF Project #3
    • Each teaching institution has a Coordinator and an ICT Pedagogy Officer
    • The Project is to be ongoing, sustainable
    • It’s all about ICT in education, starting with teacher education
    • All universities encouraged to research and publish – aimed at conferences in 2012, such the strand of ‘It’s time to prepare’ at ACEC 2012
  • 5. ESA
    • Development of resources directly related to TPACK
    • Tested by ICTPOs and others – just arrived!
    • Several on Scootle, except History
    TTF Project #5
  • 6. Learning technologies audit: Semester 1, 2011 and Winter, 2011
    • Core Moodle use for unit outlines, PDFs, links and texts on e-Reserve
    • Some use of Mahara e-Portfolio (NZ)
    • Thirty-nine (39) different services used, mostly Web2
    • No IWB use
  • 7. TTF Project #4
    • Survey instruments supported by previous trials, research & successes
    • Provides an agreed, quantitative base
    • Links to TPACK.org and many other groups
    • MSC & end survey
  • 8. Why TPACK?
    • “ TPACK supports teachers in using their knowledge about technology, pedagogy, content, learners, and context to provide transformative teaching and learning experiences.” ESA (2011) ‘Who am I’. Year 2 level Australian Curriculum: English resource. Retrieved 1 August, 2011, from http://www.ttf.edu.au/english-f-4/introduction/making-meaning-through-text,-images-and-audio-%5Bpi-e-f-4%5D.html
  • 9. From Shulman’s PCK to TPACK
    • TPACK Model builds on Shulman’s (1986, 1987) interest in pedagogical and content knowledge and the intersection of these domains, pedagogical content knowledge
    • Koehler and Mishra’s TPACK Model (2009) extends Shulman’s Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) further by introducing technological knowledge
  • 10. TPACK and grounded theory: learning activity types
    • Collaborative collections of learning activities linked to technologies
    • Over 270 academic papers in Mendeley site for TPACK
    • Text and conference stream from ISTE
  • 11. Playful, involved community of teachers and academics SlowAlan, CC3.0Aus
  • 12. Remember the Venn: focus on the centre JaneFox26, CC3.0Aus
  • 13. Acknowledging the ‘wicked problem’ of teaching with technology
    • “ it is acknowledged that solutions are difficult due to ‘complex interdependencies among a large number of contextually bound variables’” (Mishra & Koehler, 2006, p.9)
  • 14. Wicked problems need creative solutions
    • “ I love the idea about technology being a ‘wicked problem’ and that there aren’t quick easy answers that will work for everyone; that teachers will need to look at their specific circumstances and creatively work towards a solution that will probably not ever be completely resolved. I love the idea that it’s a constant work in progress, much like a piece of art.” (Spires, Zheng & Pruden, 2011)
  • 15. Unpacking TPACK Jaipal, K. & Figg, C. (2010). Unpacking the “Total PACKage”: Emergent TPACK Characteristics From a Study of Preservice Teachers Teaching With Technology. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 18 (3), 415-441. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  • 16. What is the context for this class?
  • 17. Context: NAPLAN results, affordances of school resources
  • 18. NAPLAN results
  • 19. Similar schools
  • 20. ICT affordances and constraints: occasional wicked problems
    • Blocked sites come from any ICT Coordinator, in any school
    • Webooks still in the cupboard – profiles not established
    • The teacher, the students in the class before
  • 21. Australian Curriculum English Yr9
  • 22. Curriculum approach - CK
  • 23. Australian Curriculum English Yr9
  • 24. Backward design by outcomes
  • 25. Aligning to unit outlines
  • 26. School platform curriculum
    • Year 9 can cover Science Fiction (SF)
    • Texts ancient and more modern:
      • ‘ Flowers for Algernon’
    • A few videos
    • Strong responses from previous years
  • 27. Short texts for the Year 9 Cyborgs
    • The stories include:
    • ‘ Robbie’ (1940), ‘True Love’ (1977) and ‘Robot Dreams’ (1986) by Isaac Asimov
    • ‘ Skirmish’ (1977), by Clifford Simak
    • ‘ EPICAC’ (1950) by Kurt Vonnegut Junior and
    • ‘ A Word from the FAMily’ (2010) by Anders Brink
    • Poetry:
    • ‘ All watched over by machines of loving grace’ (1968), by Richard Brautigan
    • Visual texts:
    • ‘ Machine Love’ (2004), written and directed by George Pak
    • ‘ The Measure of a Man’ (1989), directed by Robert Sheerer and written by Michael Snodgrass
    • ‘ Wall-e’ (2008), directed by Andrew Stanton and
    • ‘ Warhead’(1997), directed by William Kolbe
  • 28. Curriculum resources – CK & PK
  • 29. Scootle resources searched by content descriptors
  • 30. Resources linked by theme, context of the group
  • 31. Considerations of the group and the outcomes for choices
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  • 36. ICT elaborations – CK, PK & TK
  • 37. ACCE & AITSL collaboration: ICT elaborations or dimensions
    • Seems like a great many overlaps, but ...
    • No sense of improvement
    • Stress on the tool, not the way knowledge is changed/built with technologies
    • MindTools or Cyborgs
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  • 45. Drawing in: PCK, TCK & PTK
  • 46. Decisions for TPACK planning: grounded tech
  • 47. Learning Activity Types (LATs): TPACK community collaboration
  • 48. Learning Activity Types (LATs): TPACK community collaboration
  • 49. Learning Activity Types (LATs): TPACK community collaboration
  • 50. cLc Virtual Learning Portal
  • 51. Improved results for English 9, Level 2
  • 52. Improved results for English 9, Level 2
  • 53. cLc Forums
  • 54. Web 2 apps embedded in cLc
  • 55. Web 2 apps embedded in cLc #2
  • 56. Teachers ‘subvert’ technologies, repurposing for the context
  • 57. Choices of personal pedagogy: Bereiter and CSILE Improvability of the concept of intelligence: ‘ What does it mean to be human?’
  • 58. Designed for the heart: TPCK
  • 59. Remixing Shakespeare: ESA, August 2011 TPACK Resource
  • 60. ESA TPACK Resource #1: English, Yr 9-10
  • 61. ESA TPACK Resource #2: English, Yr 9-10
  • 62. ESA TPACK Resource #3: English, Yr 9-10
  • 63. ESA TPACK Resource #4: English, Yr 9-10
  • 64. ESA TPACK Resource #5: English, Yr 9-10
  • 65. ESA TPACK Resource #6: English, Yr 9-10
  • 66. TPACK research and testing
    • TPACK in professional development
    • Agreed evaluation of teacher’s plans
    • Evaluation of teachers’ performance through TPACK
    • Surveys for teachers
  • 67. Gesture, avatar based TPACK: privacy, collaboration, emerging
  • 68.  
  • 69. TPACK game - professional development with pinboards < http://www.littletonpublicschools.net/DISTRICTINFORMATION/GetInvolved/LPSBlogs/tabid/656/EntryId/375/The-TPaCK-Game.aspx >
  • 70. TPACK in professional development
  • 71. Jaipal, K. & Figg, C. (2010). Unpacking the “Total PACKage”: Emergent TPACK Characteristics From a Study of Preservice Teachers Teaching With Technology. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 18 (3), 415-441. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  • 72. TPACK as an assessment of teacher planning and performance
  • 73. Thank you to our Sponsors
  • 74. My Contact Information
  • 75. Contact Information