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Technology Frameworks により Mind Map: Technology Frameworks


1.1. Enhancement

1.2. Substitution

1.2.1. Common tasks are done on a computer rather than by a more conventional method.

1.3. Augmentation

1.3.1. Here computers are used in an increasingly student-centric way. The intention is that students begin to control more of their own learning and therefore become more engaged.

1.4. Modification

1.4.1. Students are given more challenging assignments that involve them finding new information and creating new information for themselves.

1.5. Redefinition

1.5.1. The existence of more student-centred learning with technology being used as a medium for them to ask their own questions and find their own answers.

2. Philosophy of Teachnology - Generally, a teacher's own, personal philosophy of how to use technology in the classroom

2.1. 1) Critical Literacy

2.1.1. Thinking, Reading, Writing

2.2. 2) Requires the assumption that learning is learned

2.3. 3) Looking for Critical Engagement as part of the philosophy

2.4. 4) Uses Technology as a Bridge

2.5. 5) Teacher becomes a facilitator

2.6. 6) Requires explicit discussion

2.7. 7) Goal: Teamwork and knowledge sharing

3. 21st Century Learning

3.1. Foundational Knowledge

3.1.1. Core Content Knowledge

3.1.2. Information Literacy

3.1.3. Cross-Disciplinary Knowledge/Synthesis

3.2. Meta-Knowledge

3.2.1. Problem Solving

3.2.2. Critical Thinking

3.2.3. Communication

3.2.4. Collaboration

3.3. Humanistic Knowledge

3.3.1. Job/Life Skills

3.3.2. Cultural Competencies

3.3.3. Ethical/Emotional Awareness

4. TPACK (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge)

4.1. The intersection of three main areas of knowledge. The idea is that genuine and effective technological integration occurs in this area and all three should be employed.

4.1.1. Technological Knowledge

4.1.2. Pedagogical Knowledge

4.1.3. Content Knowledge