Wednesday, March 19
3:00 PM-4:00 PM
Grand Ballroom 2

Artifacts demonstrating teachers’ technology integration competencies

Symposium ID: 40974
  1. aaa
    Joke Voogt
    University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
  2. aaa
    Petra Fisser
    National Institue for Curriculum Development
  3. Johan van Braak
    Ghent University
  4. Liesbet Verplanken
    Ghent University
  5. aaa
    Heitink Maaike
    University of Twente
  6. aaa
    Kafyulilo Ayoub
    Dar es salaam University College of Education
  7. Agyei Douglas
    University of Cape Coast, Ghana
  8. aaa
    Matthew Koehler
    Michigan State University
  9. aaa
    Punya Mishra
    Michigan State University
  10. aaa
    Joshua Rosenberg
    Micigan State University
  11. Spencer Greenhalgh
    Micigan State University
  12. Andrea Zellner
    Michigan State University
  13. aaa
    Denise Schmidt-Crawford
    Iowa State University

Abstract: This symposium discusses how artifacts are being used in assessing pre-service and practicing teachers technology integration competencies. TPACK calls for coherence between content, pedagogy and technology. The assumption is that having TPACK also implies teachers’ being able to demonstrate technology integration competencies. This assumption implies a fit between (pre-service) teachers’ TPACK (often measured through self-report) and the artifacts they produce. In this symposium we discuss how different kinds of artifacts, e.g. lesson plans and lesson practice as demonstrated in video clips can be used as an indicator of a teacher’s technology integration competencies. Examples from different educational contexts will be presented and discussed.

No presider for this session.


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