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Models of Teaching and Learning in CIT An overview of whole class teaching An introduction: what is PCK? Reference Web site: Teaching Tips Index http://www.hcc.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/teachtip.htm#techniques Our background: different from other teachers

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models of teaching and learning in cit

Models of Teaching and Learning in CIT

An overview of whole class teaching

An introduction: what is PCK?

Reference Web site: Teaching Tips Index

http://www.hcc.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/teachtip.htm#techniques

our background different from other teachers
Our background: different from other teachers
  • Computer teachers are expected to perform additional duties outside of the classroom such as monitoring computer labs, servicing computing equipment and providing computer expertise for others in the school.

Do we have time to prepare a lesson ?

our background same as other teachers
Our background: same as other teachers
  • Whole class teaching
    • Direct teaching with oral, interactive and lively questioning and answering
    • Students are expected to contribute points to discussions
    • Teachers will explain, demonstrate and make good use of students’ responses
    • Go to the note page
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Aims ?
  • Teacher effectiveness
    • A descriptive reconstruction of successful classroom instruction of CIT
  • Reconstruction of wisdom of practice
    • Models of teaching and learning of CIT
two beliefs
Two beliefs
  • A professor of computer science can teach computer science to students of any levels, K-12
    • because he/she knows computer science
  • A professor of pedagogy in college of education can teach any subjects
    • because he/she knows the method
two beliefs6
Teaching is nondisciplinary

There are various generic models of good teaching that teachers can follow

When a teacher doesn’t have a deep understanding of a subject, the teacher cannot help students understand and get excited by the subject

Two beliefs …
can you find out the differences
Can you find out the differences?
  • Content knowledge
    • Subject matter; “school IT” and “IT” ?
  • Curricular knowledge
    • Teaching media and the curriculum
  • Pedagogical knowledge
    • Classroom know-how; not related to the subject, e.g. classroom management
pedagogical content knowledge
Pedagogical content knowledge
  • There was a missing component called pedagogical content knowledge (PCK)
  • Teaching is discipline-specific, age-specific and context-specific
  • What teachers know about teaching plus what teachers know about what they teach

Shulman, L. S. (1987). Knowledge and teaching: Foundations of the new reform. Harvard Educational Review(57), 1-22.

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PCK …
  • Contextual knowledge
    • The teacher’s interpretations and transformations of subject matter knowledge in the context of facilitating student learning
    • Knowledge about the teacher’s students. What learning difficulties can be expected in the teaching

Class work

direct teaching whole class
Direct teaching (whole class)
  • Teaching a concept
  • Teaching a generalisation

Class work