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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jul 24, 2017 Volume 33, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. A comprehensive investigation of TPACK within pre-service teachers’ ICT profiles: Mind the gap!

    Jo Tondeur, Ronny Scherer, Fazilat Siddiq & Evrim Baran

    This study aims to identify profiles of pre-service teachers in order to explore their readiness to integrate technology in education. The assumption is that pre-service teacher characteristics... More

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  2. Resetting educational technology coursework for pre-service teachers: A computational thinking approach to the development of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK)

    Chrystalla Mouza, Hui Yang, Yi-Cheng Pan, Sule Yilmaz Ozden & Lori Pollock

    This study presents the design of an educational technology course for pre-service teachers specific to incorporating computational thinking in K-8 classroom settings. Subsequently, it examines how... More

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  3. Examining the validity of the technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) framework for preservice chemistry teachers

    Feng Deng, Ching Chai, Hyo-Jeong So, Yangyi Qian & Lingling Chen

    While various quantitative measures for assessing teachers\u2019 technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) have developed rapidly, few studies to date have comprehensively validated the... More

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  4. Expanding teachers’ technological pedagogical reasoning with a systems pedagogical approach

    Margaret Niess & Henry Gillow-Wiles

    A systems approach provides insight for expanding teachers\u2019 pedagogical reasoning for integrating multiple technologies in inquiry, communication, and collaboration. An online learning... More

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  5. TPACK updated to measure pre-service teachers’ twenty-first century skills

    Teemu Valtonen, Erkko Sointu, Jari Kukkonen, Sini Kontkanen, Matthew Lambert & Kati Mkitalo-Siegl

    Twenty-first century skills have attracted significant attention in recent years. Student of today and the future are expected to have the skills necessary for collaborating, problem solving,... More

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  6. Eliciting teachers’ technological pedagogical knowledge

    Maaike Heitink, Joke Voogt, Petra Fisser, Liesbet Verplanken & Johan van Braak

    This paper starts from the understanding that teachers\u2019 knowledge is situated, grounded in knowledge derived from formal training and from experiences in practice. Based on this understanding ... More

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  7. Advancing teacher technology education using open-ended learning environments as research and training platforms

    Eric Poitras, Tenzin Doleck, Lingyun Huang, Shan Li & Susanne Lajoie

    A primary concern of teacher technology education is for pre-service teachers to develop a sophisticated mental model of the affordances of technology that facilitates both teaching and learning... More

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