Checking my understanding of some models, frameworks and theories

In this weeks learning path we have been asked to complete a table in regards to what we know about some models, frameworks and theories. Below is what I have done. I found this task both challenging and fun. Sadly I did’nt remember much so i had to go back and do some research  where I found these sites to help me out https://sites.google.com/a/msad60.org/technology-is-learning/samr-model ,  http://www.ttf.edu.au/what-is-tpack/what-is-tpack.html and https://education-2020.wikispaces.com/Connectivism

 

Here is what a fellow edc3100er did with the table presented. You can view it by clicking here. Within this I can see both similarities and differences in regards to what Ruth wrote and myself!

 

Theory

Purpose

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

 Bringing  together knowledge of subject matter, what is good for learning, and technology (ICT).

 Deep knowledge of how ICT can be used  to access and process subject matter  and understanding how ICT can support and enhance learning 

Backwards design

Creative planning and teaching that occurs through the alignment of the curriculum in regards to what is taught, the assessment  and how it is assessed, and pedagogy with how a teacher teaches into a planning process.

 Recognises the end result in regards to what students will know and be able to do as a result of a created lesson plan.

SAMR Model

A tool for using ICT integration into the classroom

 Using ICT’s to replace old tech with new technology, increase functionality, using ict’s to redesign tasks and lessons and create new tasks that involve ICT’s

TIP Model

 TIP model is created as a guide that ensures the efficiency of integrated technology about whether it meets the needs of students or not.

 Does the ICT have advantages?

Pros and cons list of the technology that you used in your lesson.

Define what worked well and what could be improved.

The 5Es

 Don’t see this applicable for my professional experience

  Don’t see this applicable for my professional experience

WALT & WILF

 We are learning to- This is where children begin to fully understand what they are learning rather than doing

 

What I am looking for- This is where children know about how their work will be judged and what the teacher wants to see in their final task.

 For example we are learning to use a camera 

We are learning to use different ICT’s

 

Student’s see the bigger picture where they know what the teacher is looking for when students are using ICT’s.

Connectivism

 In our technological and networked world, educators should consider the theory that learning occurs through connections within networks.

 Various tools of technology.

Students take control of their learning, where they can make connections to other students ll over the world.

Bloom’s taxonomy

 Bloom’s taxonomy refers to a classification of different objectives that educators set for students

 Teachers question children’s learning where both high order and low order questioning can occur.

Postman’s 5 things

 Don’t see this applicable for my professional experience

 Don’t see this applicable for my professional experience

Toolbelt theory/TEST framework

Teaching students to analyze tasks, the environment by using their own individual skills through the use of appropriate tools. 

 Students make their own decisions

ICT’s allow students to do things differently as their is more way to doing it. 

PKM

 A range of resources you can pick up from on a daily basis including from a network of people and sources

 Looking an researching though ICT tools where it filters and creates allowing for children to be more focused on the set task

 

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