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Table of Theorists

on May 15, 2014

The table

Theory Purpose Application to Assignment 3/Professional Experience
CLEM Model Help understand how to learn about a new ICT and how to use it to enhance student learning. If there are any new ICTs you need to use it might help your explorations.

Hence might be useful as a part of the planning process for Part B.

TPACK framework  Technological pedagogical content knowledge  Understanding the different types for knowledge and where and how they overlap. Good tool for reflection as you can see where the lesson was good or fell apart
Backwards design  Design unit from curriculum –assessment- objectives-lesson plans  Ensures alignment in unit plan. no because I will not be planning a unit just teaching lessons within a unit.
SAMR Model   Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Model offers a method of seeing how computer technology might impact teaching and learning.  Yes will definitely be using this too see how I can move ICT from substitution to transformation.
TIP Model  Technology integrated plan 6 phases include TPack and backward design  Might use it for reflection
The 5Es  Engage explore explain elaborate evaluate  No not suitable for the students I am teaching and the content
WALT & WILF  I do we do you do. Also What am I looking for, We are learning to ….

Models explicitly for students, then collaborate, then allows students to transform knowledge.

 Models explicitly for students, then collaborate, then allows students to transform knowledge. Maybe not sure of the model the teacher uses in the class.
Connectivism  The way students build on new knowledge by using prior knowledge often involves group work  Have ASD students who are non-verbal so maybe no group work at this stage. Will build on prior knowledge
Bloom’s taxonomy  Making sure all levels of thinking are being used in the classroom  Ensures higher order thinking is being included in lesson
Postman’s 5 things  no  no
Toolbelt theory/TEST framework  Adding to your technology repertoire.  Will definitely beading to my tool belt and seeing what works and what doesn’t. not sure if this is correct
PKM  Personal knowledge management (PKM) iIt is a bottom-up approach to knowledge , as opposed to more traditional, top-down. It is a response to the idea that knowledge students increasingly need to be responsible for their own growth and learning  no
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