Search results for: Pedagogical content knowledge
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Using Technology to Explore Mathematical Relationships: A Framework for Orienting Mathematics Courses for Prospective Teachers
The purpose of this article is to suggest that the heart of sound technological implementation is to encourage students to use whatever tools are available to explain the mathematical relations that underlie what they observe on the screen.
Updated: Oct. 17, 2012
The Nature of Prospective Mathematics Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The Case of Multiplication of Fractions
The current study aimed to explore prospective mathematics teachers’ knowledge of common conceptions and misconceptions that sixth and seventh grade students had about multiplication of fractions. In addition, prospective teachers’ knowledge of the sources of these misconceptions and strategies they knew to overcome these misconceptions was examined. The prospective teachers suggested many difficulties that elementary grade level students may have.
Updated: Oct. 16, 2012
The current case study examined pre-service teachers’ expectations of and attitudes toward the learning and integrating of ICT into their teaching. This study also examined the participants' perceptions of the availability and use of ICT in the Teacher Education Program (TEP) and their placement schools.
Updated: Sep. 27, 2012
Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) in Action: A Descriptive Study of Secondary Teachers’ Curriculum-Based, Technology-Related Instructional Planning
In this study, the authors were interested to examine the nature and development of teachers’ TPACK as it is applied in instructional planning. The authors also examined how planning changes when professional development focuses upon the design of content-based learning activities that are supported by selective and purposeful integration of educational technologies. The participants in this study were seven experienced social studies teachers from six different U.S. states. The results indicate that a content-based, activity-types approach to technologically inclusive instructional planning is compatible with existing approaches to teaching.
Updated: Sep. 23, 2012
How Pre-service Teachers Observe Teaching on Video: Effects of Viewers’ Teaching Subjects and the Subject of the Video
In this study, the authors studied subject matter impact for professional vision (pv) in pre-service teachers. The authors systematically investigated pre-service teachers’ professional vision as elicited by videos of various subjects. The authors compared between professional vision of 32 math/science majors' and 56 social science/humanities majors. The authors found evidence for different professional visions among pre-service teachers majoring in different fields; social sciences/humanities majors showed higher professional vision.
Updated: Jul. 30, 2012
The current study explores the development of student teachers’ skills in implementing collaborative learning using a multilevel repeated measures design. Participants were 105 pre-service teachers that were trained in collaborative learning implementation. The results indicate that student teachers generally perform well in implementing collaborative learning.
Updated: Jul. 29, 2012
This article reports on the effectiveness of a programme designed to enhance aspects of teacher knowledge believed to contribute to successful teaching for numeracy in the middle years of schooling. Teacher profiling instruments and pupil surveys of their classes were administered at the beginning and end of the programme. This programme shows that progress can be made on pupils’ numeracy levels with a dedicated programme .
Updated: May. 22, 2012
Science Teacher Learning Progressions: A Review of Science Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge Development
This review examines the research on science teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) in order to refine ideas about science teacher learning progressions and how to support them.
Updated: Apr. 24, 2012
Unpacking the “Total PACKage”: Emergent TPACK Characteristics From a Study of Preservice Teachers Teaching With Technology
This article proposes a framework that outlines particular characteristics for supporting pre-service teachers’ effective integration of technology into classroom practice.
Updated: Apr. 22, 2012
The authors investigated the impact of tutoring and observing on preservice teachers’ reading self-efficacy and content knowledge. Participants reading efficacy and content knowledge were compared. Results showed that both groups reported growth in reading self-efficacy and content knowledge.
Updated: Feb. 07, 2012