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[Support for NQTs / early career teachers] Understanding the content you are teaching and how it is learnt (1/3)
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RECORDED SESSION - Please book as usual to access this recording and presentation. The time and date reflect how long the recording will be at least available UNTIL. Professor Rob Coe This session that took place on Wednesday 20th May 2020, looks at teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge: the need for teachers to have deep and fluent knowledge and flexible understanding of the content they are teaching and how it is learnt, including its inherent dependencies, and to have an explicit repertoire of well-crafted explanations, examples and tasks for each topic they teach. We considered the evidence that supports this requirement, what it means in practice and how it can be learnt
Professor Rob Coe
- Introduce the idea of pedagogical content knowledge and what it means in practice
- Outline some of the components of PCK, including curriculum sequencing and dependencies
- Outline some of the components of PCK, including knowledge of relevant curriculum tasks, assessments and activities, their diagnostic & didactic potential
- Outline some of the components of PCK, including having a varied repertoire of explanations and multiple representations/analogies/examples
- Outline some of the components of PCK, including knowledge of common student strategies, misconceptions and sticking points
Professor Rob Coe – email@example.com – tel: 07765222549
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