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Pedagogical Content Knowledge

Ho Boon Tiong

Pedagogical Content Knowledge

All Teachers Need to Know This!

by Ho Boon Tiong

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Published by Times Academic Press,Singapore .
Written in English

  • Philosophy of education,
  • General,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
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    Open LibraryOL13168474M
    ISBN 109812104003
    ISBN 109789812104007

    Kleickmann T, Richter D, Kunter M, Elsner J, Besser M, Krauss S, Baumert J () Teachers´ content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge. The role of structural differences in teacher education. J Teach Educ 20(10):1– doi: / Google Scholar. T1 - Re-examining pedagogical content knowledge in science education. A2 - Berry, Amanda. A2 - Friedrichsen, Patricia. A2 - Loughran, John. PY - /3/ Y1 - /3/ N2 - Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) has been adapted, adopted, and taken up in a diversity of ways in science education since the concept was introduced in the mids.

    More than 25 years ago, Lee Shulman introduced the concept of Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) to describe the knowledge that teachers use to transform particular subject matter for student learning, taking into account possible (mis) conceptions and learning difficulties. Author by: James E. Schwartz Languange: en Publisher by: Prentice Hall Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 76 Total Download: File Size: 42,9 Mb Description: Schwartz Powerful Ideas in Elementary Mathematics: Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Teachers, 1/e ISBN: "This book would be a great tool for helping [today's future elementary teachers] acquire .

    Understanding and Developing Science Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge There has been a growing interest in the notion of a scholarship of teaching. Such scholarship is displayed through a teacher's grasp of, and response to, the relationships between knowledge of content, teaching and learning in ways that attest to practice as being 5/5. The current report discusses the link between Pedagogical Knowledge and Content Knowledge in language education drawing mainly on the works of Shulman (, ), Richards (, ) and Andrews (). It presents a brief background behind the.

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"Inthe AACTE Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge established a new context for thinking about infusion of technology in teaching. The influence of this book has been reflected in the hundreds of articles, books, dissertations, conference presentations, and symposia stimulated by its publication/5(3).

from book Examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The Pedagogical Content Knowledge book and its Implications for Science Education (pp) Pedagogical Content Knowledge: An Introduction and Orientation Chapter. This paper explores how the concept of pedagogical content knowledge can play a critical role in (i) clarifying the need for teachers to transform content knowledge into forms that are accessible.

Abstract. Pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) is an academic construct that represents an intriguing idea. It is an idea rooted in the belief that teaching requires considerably more than delivering subject content knowledge to students, and that student learning is considerably more than absorbing information for later accurate by: Content and pedagogical knowledge are demonstrated through varied measures.

In compliance with Kentucky regulation the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) requires teacher candidates to pass the Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) examination to gain admittance to teacher education. The 2nd edition of the Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) for Educators addresses the concept and implementation of technological pedagogical content knowledge—the knowledge and skills that teachers need in order to integrate technology meaningfully into instruction in specific content areas.

Driven by the growing influence of TPACK on. Re-examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Science Education is organized around three themes: Re-examining PCK: Issues, ideas and development; Research developments and trajectories; Emerging themes in PCK research. Featuring the most up-to-date work from leading PCK scholars in science education across the globe, this volume maps where PCK Cited by:   Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) – This describes teachers’ knowledge regarding foundational areas of teaching and learning, including curricula development, student assessment, and reporting results.

PCK focuses on promoting learning and on tracing the links among pedagogy and its supportive practices (curriculum, assessment, etc.), and. Pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) is the blending or amalgamation of pedagogy and subject content knowledge and was introduced by Shulman in the 80’s. According to him, PCK was not something new because even as early as in the ’s, both content and pedagogy were regarded as.

Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) has been adapted, adopted, and taken up in a diversity of ways in science education since the concept was introduced in the mids. Now that it is so well embedded within the language of teaching and learning, research and knowledge about the construct needs to be more useable and applicable to the work of 5/5(1).

Technological pedagogical content knowledge is an understanding that emerges from interactions among content, pedagogy, and technology knowledge. Underlying truly meaningful and deeply skilled teaching with technology, TPACK is different from knowledge of all three concepts individually.

What is General Pedagogical Knowledge (GPK). Definition of General Pedagogical Knowledge (GPK): Knowledge about educational aims and contexts, students, learning and evaluation, as well as knowledge about principles and strategies of classroom management and organisation.

Pedagogical content knowledge also includes an understanding of what makes the learning of specific topics easy or difficult: the conceptions has focused directly on pedagogical content knowledge.

Thousands of articles, book chapters, and reports make use of or claim to study the notion of pedagogical content. The CoRe and PaP-eRs methodology offers an exciting new way of capturing and portraying science teachers' pedagogical content knowledge so that it might be better understood and valued within the profession.

This book is a concrete example of the nature of scholarship in science teaching that is meaningful, useful and immediately applicable in Cited by: This book enhances the understanding of science teachers’ professional knowledge and shows how Pedagogical Content Knowledge research agenda can make a difference in teachers’ practices and how students learn science.

It offers an updated international perspective on the evolving nature of PCK. Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) is a fundamental types of knowledge for a teacher that he or she must use in order to plan teaching, task, assess student's thinking, understand students.

As the concept of pedagogical content knowledge caught on, it was in need of theoretical de velopment, analytic clarif ication, and empirical testing. The. Examining Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The Construct and its Implications for Science Education (Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education Book 6) th Edition, Kindle Edition by Julie Gess-Newsome (Editor), Norman G.

Lederman (Editor) Format: Kindle EditionManufacturer: Springer. The TPACK framework extends the concept of Shulman's pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) which defines the need for knowledge about the content and pedagogical skills in teaching activities.

Since then the framework has been embraced by the educational technology practitioners, instructional designers, and : Hardcover. pedagogical content knowledge, better problem solving strategies, better adaptation for diverse learners, better decision making, better perception of classroom events, greater sensitivity to context, and greater respect for students.

Several studies stress the importance of the knowledge teachers hold, highlighting that in addition to. Pedagogical Content Knowledge: This area is where most teachers have their foundation as a content expert who delivers knowledge using the foundations of pedagogy.

Technological Content Knowledge: This area includes making content more accessible and differentiated through technology including graphing calculators, online language translators.Within the field of educational technology, Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) has been theorized as a seven-factor construct to describe teacher’s integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in their teaching.

However, this framework has yet to be successfully validated through survey instruments.Journals & Books; Help Preservice teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) development was investigated with respect to integrating technology. Four components of PCK were adapted to describe technology-enhanced PCK (TPCK).

The study examined the TPCK of student teachers in a multi-dimensional science and mathematics teacher.