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Examining the relationships between in-service teachers’ technology and non-technology related knowledge of TPACK
In-service teachers
Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK)
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Paper presented at the Workshop conducted at the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2012), Singapore, 26 – 30 November 2012
This study examined the relationships between Singaporean in-service
teachers’ technology and non-technology related knowledge aspects of technological
pedagogical content knowledge (TAPCK) through second order factor analysis. The
technology related knowledge aspects involved TPCK, TCK, TPK and TK, and the nontechnology
related knowledge aspects included the CK, PCK and PK. A survey was
conducted to for 262 in-service teachers. The results revealed that teachers with better
performance in applying ICT to their teaching had higher pedagogical, content, and
pedagogical and content knowledge. This implies that the technology related knowledge
aspect may play an important role in improving teachers’ pedagogical and content
knowledge for teacher professional development.
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