Putting TPACK into Practice @CEGSA2012

This afternoon I will be delivering the second of my sessions to the CEGSA State Conference.  Following on from yesterday’s discussion on what’s changed in the Aussie Classroom, we will be exploring how TPACK can help us plan lessons which enable us to:

 

National Professional Standard for Teachers (AUS) 3.4

and

National Professional Standard for Teachers (AUS) 2.6

As Easiteach Next Generation’s licensing agreement allows me to use the software on any Interactive device, this session will be delivered using Easiteach Next Generation.  A PDF of the notes used in the session is available for download from here.  This notes are shared as part of this post and, as such, are held under the same Creative Commons license (see the bottom of the post).

Useful Links From the Workshop

Our Collaborative Popplet!

All of the TTF PD training sessions are available from SCOOTLE or via the TTF site.  You will need to have access to SCOOTLE to view them. The lesson featured in today’s workshop was based on a Year 5 History Lesson.

TPACK – The Official Website

The Revised Blooms Taxonomy Wheel that’s great for sticking into your student’s books is available from this blog post.

The Year level Statements shown were from the Australian Curriculum Online

The History Images shown were taken from the online searchable catalogue of the National Library of Australia

The National Professional Standards for Teachers as a downloadable PDF.

Web Based Resources we Experimented With:

dipity logoDipity

 

audioboo logo

AudioBoo (Web) –   iPad  – Also available from Android Marketplace

 

VoicethreadVoicethread (web)  iPad

 

 Also try:

Popplet  (web)  (ipad)

 

The Popplet we used….

 

 

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