Presentation/Workshop at Twente

by | Wednesday, January 28, 2009

I just completed a presentation at the symposium organized by the Department of Curriculum Design & Educational Innovation, University of Twente. Later this afternoon I will be conducting a workshop on creativity and the TPACK framework. The slides for both the presentation and the workshop are now available here (as pdf documents).

Presentation: Educational Technology & Teacher Education, the TPACK framework
Workshop: The art of teaching with ICT, Playing the TPACK game

Topics related to this post: Art | Conference | Creativity | Design | Fun | Learning | Research | Teaching | Technology | TPACK | Travel | Worth Reading

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