“Jeg er nogle gange kun én YouTube-video foran børnene”

Læreres forståelser og første erfaringer med Teknologiforståelse som forsøgsfag på grundskolens mellemtrin.

  • Rene B Christiansen, Docent Professionshøjskolen Absalon
  • Anne-Mette Nortvig, Lektor
  • Tina Hejsel, Adjunkt
Nøgleord: Teknologiforståelse som fag, didaktisk design, lærerforståelser, TPACK

Resumé

Faget teknologiforståelse er nyt i folkeskolens fagrække, og indhold samt metoder
skal udvikles til relevante læreprocesser. Artiklen her fokuserer på læreres erfaringer
med, forståelse af og forslag til, hvordan mellemtrinsfaget Teknologiforståelse
kan udfoldes.
Med teoretisk udgangspunkt i Mishras og Koehlers TPACK-model (2006) og
metodisk afsæt i grounded theory forsøger artiklen at bidrage med kategoriseringer
af læreres konkrete erfaringer og evalueringer af både det nye fags indholdsområde,
det didaktiske område og det teknologiske område samt overlappene mellem dem.

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Forsøgsfagets hjemmeside: www.tekforsøget.dk
Publiceret
2019-12-20
Citation/Eksport
Christiansen, R., Nortvig, A.-M., & Hejsel, T. (2019). “Jeg er nogle gange kun én YouTube-video foran børnene”. Studier I læreruddannelse Og -Profession, 4(1), 33-55. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/SLP/article/view/117979
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