Technology Education Framework

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Technology Education Framework by Mind Map: Technology Education Framework

1. TPACK

1.1. Technological Knowledge (TK) - Represents your knowledge of the tools. How to select, use and integrate technology into your curriculum. It is also about the quality of content that students access through apps, games, and websites.

1.2. Content Knowledge (CK) - This is the what. It is made up of all the facts, content, and theories of any given discipline,

1.3. Pedagogical Knowledge (PK) - This is the How. This includes Instructional strategies, assessments, and teaching methods.

2. SAMR

2.1. Substitution - The technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional changes.

2.2. Augmentation - The technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement.

2.3. Modification - Technology allows for significant task redesign

2.4. Redefinition - Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.

3. Triple E

3.1. Engage - Does the technology allow the student to focus on the task with less distraction? Does the technology motivate the student to start the learning process? Does the technology cause a shift in the student's behaviour?

3.2. Enhance - Does the technology aide the student to develop a more sophisticated understanding of the content? Is the content easier to understand? Does it create a path for students to demonstrate their understanding in a way that couldn't be achieved through traditional tools?

3.3. Extend - Does the technology allow students to learn things that are beyond what they would learn on their typical school day? Does the technology create a bridge between learning and everyday experiences? Does the technology allow students to build skills that would benefit their everyday lives.

4. PICRAT

4.1. PIC-RAT gives us evaluation for both what the teacher and student are doing with and using the technology for.

4.2. It clarifies a little more from previous models what good practice looks like and how it involves student use.

5. ISTE Standards

6. TIM Framework