The Intersection of the UDL and TPACK Frameworks: An Investigation into Teacher Candidates’ Use of Technology During Internship

ID: 51809 Type: Full Paper
  1. Lisa Harris, Lindsay Yearta, and Hannah Chapman, Winthrop University, United States

Thursday, March 29 1:45 PM-2:15 PM Location: Edison C View on map

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Abstract: Teacher candidates enrolled at a four-year institution in the Southeastern part of the United States were enrolled in a technology-integration course with a field-based component These candidates learned how to use the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to inform instructional decisions and were given opportunities to reflect upon instructional choices made to prompt pedagogical growth After finishing the technology-integration course, teacher candidates enrolled in a full-time Internship Upon completion of the Internship, teacher candidates were interviewed and it was determined that participation in the technology-integration course with the field-based component influenced teacher candidates’ ability to use the UDL framework to make instructional decisions, based on p-12 students’ needs, in the Internship


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