Technology Integrated Science Learning

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Suthida Chamrat

Abstract

This article presents lessons learned from 1 research project and 3 learning in 21st century projects. It focuses on technology as a learning tool for pre-service teacher professional development. There were 10 main categories emerged as follows:


  1. Cloud Based Technology

  2. Telecommunication technology tools

  3. Lab simulation application

  4. Cumulative information or big data

  5. Video processing technology

  6. Office application

  7. Image processing technology

  8. Augmented Reality

  9. Tablet and mobile phone application

  10. Subject matter specific technology

The essential features of these technologies and example learning activities, had been discussed. It is for moving towards teachers’ pedagogy shifts to develop learners in, subject contents and essential skills for living in today's and tomorrow's world.


Keywords: Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK), Teacher preparation,


Learning in 21st century, Advance pedagogy

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How to Cite
Chamrat, S. (2019). Technology Integrated Science Learning. Journal of Learning Innovations Walailak University, 5(1), 39-64. https://doi.org/10.14456/jli.2019.3
Section
Research Article

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