Not as good as Steve Crofts but it will do.
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. Providing us with new ways to access and process knowledge in every field. ICT is also transforming pedagogy by providing new ways to engage learners.||ICT used to provide new ways to engage learners. Through the use of Ipads and IWBS to engage students through enjoying lessons and relevant content.|
|Backwards design||Help designing the assessment first then working your way through what you will teach to link to the created assessment||May help with designing assessment for students in a short unit in order to work out if the students grasp the concept.|
|RAT Framework||Replacement, Amplification or Transform. Used to either replace a current method, amplify that or Transform a subject into something greater.||Will assist if using ICTs to better the learning or make it more enjoyable or relevant to the students.|
|TIP Model||The Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Model was designed to give teachers a systematic way to address the challenges involved in integrating technology into teaching (Roblyer, 2003).||By carrying out the steps in each of the model’s five phases, teachers perform a set of planning, implementation, and assessment activities that help assure their technology use will be both efficient and successful in meeting the needs of students.|
|The 5Es||5 E’s Explore, elaborate, Evaluate, Explain and Engage students. Used this in my science course for university.||The 5 E’s is an instructional model based on the constructivist approach to learning. Strongly linked to constructivist learning.|
|WALT & WILF||Pedagogical framework strategy – “We Are Learning To…”, “What I’m Looking For…”||The goal of each lesson to be written at the front of the classroom. So at the end the student can say “I am learning this” or if they are unable to grasp concept to ask the teacher for more help or info.|
|Connectivism||Aid students to build an Authentic audience with others learning the same information. Used by preservice and current teachers to extend their PKN||Make connections with staff for the future, share resources, discuss strategies and ways that have worked in the current environment.|
|Bloom’s taxonomy||Bloom’s taxonomy is a way of distinguishing the fundamental questions within the education system.||There are three taxonomies. Which of the three to use for a given measurable student outcome depends upon the original goal to which the measurable student outcome is connected.|
|Postman’s 5 things||5 things we need to know ‘For every advantage a new technology offers, there is always a corresponding disadvantage’.||With every advantage there is a disadvantage. Always prepare for when things go wrong. Postman covered 5 different things with ICT that people must know.|
|Toolbelt theory/TEST framework||Task, Enviroment, Skills and Tools||Used when a problem has occurred. What is the task? Where is the task? What skills are needed and what tools are required to complete it?|
|PKM||Pedagogical Knowledge Management||Tools used to manage pedagogical knowledge|