They also consider classroom, teacher, and curriculum influences, such as homework, formative assessment, peer influences, collaboration, nontraditional teacher preparation, teaching quality, expectations, enthusiasm, cultural and professional identities, intelligence, pedagogical content knowledge, school reform, motivation, activity-based learning strategies, bilingual education programs, creativity, outdoor education, discussion, second language vocabulary, reading, social skills, writing, and response to intervention, and teacher strategies, such as goal setting, concept mapping, direct instruction, reciprocal teaching, peer tutoring, problem-based learning, multimedia learning, feedback, questioning, testing, study skills, distance education, and home school programs.
What does PCK stand for?
PCK stands for Pedagogical Content Knowledge (knowledge of how to teach a subject)
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- Pop Culture Junk Mail
- Protection of Children and Juveniles Ordinance (Hong Kong)
- Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace (Catholic Church)
- Post-Conviction Justice Project (University of Southern California Gould School of Law; student client-representation program; founded 1981)
- Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board
- Pima County Junior Soccer League (Tuscon, AZ)
- Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti (United Peoples Party of Chittagong Hill Tracts; Bangladesh)
- Property and Casualty Joint Underwriting Association (Florida)
- Pacific Coast Joint Venture
- Partner Connectivity Kit (SAP)
- Pentecostal Church of Kuwait
- Petrolchemie und Kraftstoffe AG (German Oil Refinery Company; formerly Petrolchemiesches Kombinat Schwedt)
- Phosphocreatine Kinase (enzyme)
- Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxykinase
- Phua Chu Kang (Singapore sitcom character)
- Pittsburgh Coke and Chemical Company
- Planetary Constants Kernel
- Point Click Kill (band)
- Polski Czerwony Krzyz (Polish Red Cross)
- Polycystic Kidney Disease
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In an engaging mathematics classroom, positive pedagogical relationships exist where: * students' backgrounds and pre-existing knowledge are acknowledged and contribute to the learning of others (R1) * there is regular interaction amongst students, and between teacher and students (R2) * the teacher models enthusiasm and an enjoyment of mathematics and has strong pedagogical content knowledge (R3) * the teacher is aware of each student's abilities and learning needs (R4) * feedback to students is constructive, purposeful and timely (R5) The second section of the FEM explains aspects of pedagogy that contribute to positive student engagement (Figure 3).
In his model, Shulman tried to differentiate between three types of content understandings and call for the study of their impact on classroom practice: subject matter knowledge, pedagogical knowledge (PK) and pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) (Shulman, 1986b).
ISTE, 2008) In 2008, the Innovation and Technology Committee of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) published the Handbook of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) and called for integration of technology, pedagogy and content knowledge that went "beyond all three components .
Although every student teacher will bring different experiences and values to the classroom, it may be possible for pre-service teacher education to facilitate the future work of teachers in EfS through the development of pedagogical content knowledge (Grossman, 1990).
She writes: "Like performing on an instrument, teaching seems to require similar repetitive practice to master pedagogical routines and pedagogical content knowledge.
The results indicated that previous mathematics ability and posttest performance were valuable predictors to student success on all portions of the state-mandated teacher certification exam, ExCET The qualitative data indicated that mathematically competent preservice teachers exhibited progressively more pedagogical content knowledge as they were exposed to mathematics pedagogy during their mathematics methods course.
The theories of teaching acclaimed by Shulman (1986) for his delineation of teachers as knowledge workers (the application of certain bodies of knowledge such as subject matter knowledge, knowledge of curriculum, knowledge of management techniques, pedagogical content knowledge, knowledge of students to the complex and diverse problems of day-to-day practice) lead inspired approaches to professional development which cast teachers in roles of inquiry that inform both theory and practice.