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Pedagogical Knowledge

Today’s teachers must use pedagogical knowledge, or a variety of approaches, strategies, and techniques, to teach functional and critical thinking skills related to information, media, and technology. Given the importance of mastering core content in many disciplines, these subjects must be interwoven with other 21st-century knowledge and skills (e.g., global awareness, multiple literacies, learning and innovation skills, information, media and technology skills, career skills, etc.). In other words, 21st-century pedagogy should provide students with multiple technological opportunities to learn related to their future academic and work lives. This entry first describes the theoretical and conceptual frameworks behind pedagogical knowledge as applied to technology. The entry then describes exemplar pedagogies that promote skills such as problem solving and critical thinking, collaboration and communication, and creativity and ...

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