TPACK in Science Ed (Video)

by | Friday, March 08, 2013

Jamie Smith at Ohio University has created a Prezi presentation on TPACK in Science Education. I think it is a pretty good introduction to the topic. Enjoy

Topics related to this post: Learning | Science | Teaching | Technology | TPACK | Video

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Douglas Adams & Computational Thinking

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