Pre Service Teachers Talk

The series of clips below shows the reflections of several pre-service teachers each of whom trialled one of the twelve Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) Australian Curriculum resource packages with a practicum class. At the end of their lesson the pre-service teachers were invited to reflect on the experience of working with the resource package and adapting it to their class situation.  They were also asked to reflect on  their understanding of TPACK.

Clips 1 to 5 are not in sequence but viewed as a whole they give a good indication of how pre-service teachers used and evaluated the resource package and their application of it to a practicum class. Clips 6 to 10 are presentations given at a national forum by TTF project participants. They demonstrate the power of TPACK and local solutions to national challenges.

  • PSTs Talk - Clip 1

    Successes: what worked well

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  • PSTs Talk - Clip 2

    Challenges: what didn’t work

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  • PSTs Talk - Clip 3

    You need a Plan B!

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  • PSTs Talk - Clip 4

    Working the technology with a class

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  • PSTs Talk - Clip 5

    Importance of classroom management

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  • La Trobe University, Bendigo Victoria

    La Trobe, Bendigo: Pre service teachers reflect on TTF in a project in a local primary school.

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  • University of New England and Griffith University NSW

    Helen Doyle and Dr Jill Redding: Quest Atlantis ticks all the boxes for TPACK.

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  • University of Tasmania

    Dr Angela Thomas: English and ICT.

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  • James Cook University Queensland

    Dr Hilary Whitehouse: Experiential learning and understanding TPACK in an early years classroom, playing the camera game.

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  • University of South Australia

    Making Mobile Magic in Science.

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