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Title: 
Guiding teachers in the process of ICT integration: Analysis of three conceptual models
Authors: 
Issue Date: 
2009
Citation: 
Wang, Q. (2009). Guiding teachers in the process of ICT integration: Analysis of three conceptual models. Educational Technology, 49(5), 23-27.
Abstract: 
The rapid development of emerging technologies has
resulted in the availability of a number of information
and communication technologies (ICT) tools. Teachers
must have the competency to choose and integrate
proper tools into teaching and learning. Over the years,
a number of conceptual models have been developed
to guide the process of ICT integration. Some of the
models look similar on the surface but are different in
many aspects. Better discernment of the differences
will enable teachers to follow the models more appropriately.
This article compares the differences among
the TPACK, PST, and Col models on the key components
of content, pedagogy, social interaction, and
technology.
URI: 
ISSN: 
0013-1962
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