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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.
busra-

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.
busra-

SMART Table 442i - 0 views

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    Although it is a kind of advertisement, I like this smart technology products and the idea of smart classroom. Small groups can be engaged very easily for collaborative activities and they can touch the multi touch screen at the same time. Also, teacher can connect it to smart table with a software.
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    I think it is basic but very effective application. Especially it is fun and when thinking the usage of it is for children, it is a great advantage.
elanuryilmaz

TPACK Explained - 2 views

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    This is also a beneficial website attempting to explain the seven components of TPACK
elanuryilmaz

The Many Faces of TPACK - Wikibooks, open books for an open world - 1 views

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    'The Many Faces of TPACK: Perspectives and Approaches" is a Wikibook created as part of the Research and Practice on Technology in Teacher Education Course (EDS 536) taught at Middle East Technical University in Spring 2013.
Mine Önal

Where teachers' brains detect student confusion - BBC News - 1 views

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    The part of the teacher brain that detects student confusion was identified by fMRI
elanuryilmaz

Collaborative online learning: fostering effective discussions - 1 views

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    Fostering an effective discussion can be a challenging activity for an instructor in a face-to-face situation and can be even more challenging in an online setting. Here are some planning and facilitation strategies to help you to successfully implement collaborative online discussions into your own course.
elanuryilmaz

University News - 1 views

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    Although this article is a short one, it gives a brief information about six common characteristics that expert teachers have.
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    And to explain to you how I visualize the concept of an expert teacher I want to share a film trailer named as "Stand and Deliver (1988)" which is about a mathematics teacher and his unusual teaching methods and classroom management techniques that help his desperate students in a rural school pass the advanced calculus exam. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG-Cxs8eYkI
Özlem Tantu

Problems in Developing Teacher Expertise. - 1 views

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    The first problem is defined by Dan Lortie in The Apprenticeship of Observations (1975) as being acquainted with the task of teaching.The professor on the video emphasizes that in the countries where immagrants are most successful, teachers spend 50% of their work planning lessons, observing other classes and negotiating about the lessons. She also touches the problem of 'Toxic Environment' of schools for teachers where they gossip about their students and colleagues. She gives a successful school example in which professional development is a part of school culture. Can you list additional problems for teacher expertise faced in schools?
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    Although sharing ideas and instances about the classroom hours and students can be accepted as components of adult learning for teachers, gossiping about them can be a real barrier to develop on those areas. In my teaching experience, we prohibited the conversations about the negative issues happened in the school.
Mine Önal

What makes a teacher an expert teacher?, Monash University - 4 views

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    Professor John Loughran of Monash University shares his ideas about how to become an expert teacher. Do you agree? What are your individual opinions about how to become an expert teacher? Metacognitive abilities? Ability of selecting among procedures?
elanuryilmaz

3 Ways to Teach Less and Learn More - 3 views

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    Today's guest post is written by Zachary Walker, a faculty member at the National Institute of Education (NIE) in Singapore. Who works hardest in your classroom? ......... waiting for you to really think about it........ still waiting patiently.............. If a visitor walked into your class unannounced and watched what was happening for 30 minutes, who would they say worked hardest? Do you agree the idea emerging from this article that when teachers let student be more active in their learning process, teachers work less?
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