Frameworks for ICT integration

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Frameworks for ICT integration by Mind Map: Frameworks for ICT integration


1.1. The TPACK framework demonstrates the importance for a teacher to have a combination of content, technological and pedagogical knowledge in the classroom, rather than having one dominant domain.

1.2. Advantage = allows teacher to present innovative, engaging lessons with ICT integration.

1.3. Disadvantage = teachers who are untrained in technological domains may find it challenging to integrate technology into their lessons.

2. Blooms Digital Taxonomy

2.1. Blooms digital taxonomy is a framework that provides a hierarchy or higher-order thinking skills that can be implemented by students, using digital methods (such as blogs, quizzes etc).

2.2. Advantage = it ensures that learners are achieving each level of the hierarchy but in a more 21st century, modern way with technology.

2.3. Disadvantage = not all learners may have access to devices or connection that will allow them to develop proficiency in mastering each of the digital higher-order thinking skills.

3. Connectivism

3.1. Connectivism is a framework that believes that knowledge is attained through networking tools that are constantly changing and updating, which is why digital technology is seen to be a major tool used.

3.2. Advantage = because technology and digital media resources are constantly modernizing and updating, new knowledge is always at one's disposal.

3.3. Disadvantage = if too much value is placed on gaining knowledge through ICT, then teachers may not be considered as playing an important role in the classroom.