Exploring In- and Pre-Service Science and Mathematics Teachers’ Technology, Pedagogy, and Content Knowledge (TPACK): What Next?
Noha Alrwaished 1, Ali Alkandari 1, Fatimah Alhashem 2 *
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1 Curriculum and Instructions, Kuwait University, KUWAIT2 Teacher Development Department, National Center for Education Development in Kuwait, KUWAIT* Corresponding Author


The call to reform education systems is being heard in many countries around the world. The purpose of this study is to develop and apply a framework that captures some of the essential qualities of the knowledge required by teachers for effective pedagogical practice in a technology-enhanced educational environment using technology and pedagogy content knowledge (TPACK). A TPACK Short and Quick (TPACK-SQ) survey questionnaire was used to explore and assess 244 in- and pre-service science and mathematics teachers in Kuwait. The results of the survey showed that in-service teachers needed help with some aspects of TPACK. Therefore, a workshop was developed and 57 in-service teachers were enrolled and trained based on the TPACK-SQ model. The results of posttests for their knowledge were significantly positive as against pretests. The workshop thus provides a rich example of how to support the implementation of essential elements of the TPACK-SQ model.


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EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 13, Issue 9, September 2017, 6113-6131


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