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Ceren Korkmaz

TPACK Newsletter Issue #31 - 2 views

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    www.tpack.org is considered the top community for TPACK. They send out newsletters bimonthly or trimonthly, which includes the recent papers, presentations in conferences, blog entries, dissertations and theses written or published related to TPACK. It is an incredibly vast resource, and subscribing is really easy and free of charge. All you have to do is send a blank e-mail to "sympa@lists.wm.edu" with the subject line "subscribe TPACK.news NAME SURNAME". Example: subscribe TPACK.news Ceren Korkmaz From the link above, you can download their latest issue (#31, December 2016): P.S: FYI, the link will expire in a couple of days :) Sorry that I can't upload files here.
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Mystery Skype - San Agustín Valladolid - 1 views

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    It is really impressive TPACK model example that can help students learning geography. By teacher's high CK, students learn similarity and differences between continents and countries. By teacher's high PK, students are seperated groups and they are leaded in order to develop good questions. Also, by teacher's high TK, students are connected to real students in different countries in real time via using techology, so all of the students work collaboratively.
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    Büşra, I really love it <3 And also ıt is so funny practice to use TPACK model.
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    I really liked it. It is fun for students but there is more than that I believe. Because in the process they are comparing other students' clues with what they know, reviewing high amount of their information. For example students at the other side of the skype call knew their friends were not in finland, estonia, latvia, belarus, ukraine, etc (neighbors of russia). But still I think they -maybe implicitly- learnt these countries are russia's neighbors. Still, I would love to examine their geography scores to be sure about this method's efficiency.
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TPACK Model Video Common Sense Media - 0 views

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    The combination of technology, pedagogy and content knowledge is represented well in this video. It seems very informative and has simple explanation. Also, there are good examples for TPACK model which also aims students work collaboratively.
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