Theories, models, and frameworks to assist with planning and integration of ICT


This is a really quick table I put together (for a study task) to help me organise various theories and consider how useful they would be in terms of my next assignment and also for planning of ICT-rich experiences…

Theory Purpose Application to Assignment 3/Professional Experience
CLEM Model Help understand how to learn about a new ICT and how to use it to enhance student learning. If there are any new ICTs you need to use it might help your explorations.

Hence might be useful as a part of the planning process for Part B.

TPACK framework Develop metacognitive awareness of technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge.  An important step in the beginning of the planning process, to understand how students learn, and how you approach teaching and learning.
Backwards design  Establish learning outcomes and assessment, and then planning how students will ‘get there’ Knowing where you are going in terms of outcomes and assessment helps to direct the planning of lessons to include tasks that will prepare students for their assessment.
SAMR Model  Substitution-Augmentation-Modification-Redefinition Model to evaluate ICT-based resources  Use to evaluate the resources to determine if they are high quality and likely to enhance student learning.
TIP Model  Technology Integration Planning – a process to guide the integration of technology into lessons  The TIP model phases can be used sequentially to plan, implement, and reflect on ICT integration
The 5Es 5E’s – Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate – a ‘Primary Connections’ learning cycle used as the basis for science lessons Can be extended to other learning areas, as a good way to thoroughly explore a topic and develop skills and understanding.
WALT & WILF We Are Learning To…
What I’m Looking For…
 Great way to communication learning goals and evaluate learning outcomes during the lesson.
Connectivism  Social interactions help students connect new learning to exiting understandings.  Important to remember and consider when thinking about how students learn, and how to set up the learning environment.
Bloom’s taxonomy  Six levels of Higher Order Thinking Skills  Consider the Blooms verbs when planning experiences, to encourage students to show skills from each level.
Postman’s 5 things  5 things we need to know about technological change  Unsure…
Toolbelt theory/TEST framework Evaluating a situation by consider what you have in your ‘toolbelt’ to complete the task, or using the Task, Environment, Skills, Tools framework.  Evaluating what my students already have, and what they will need (in terms of environment, skills, and tools) when faced with various tasks.
PKM Personal Knowledge Management – How do you learn? What tools do you have? What resources can you use?  Can be used to evaluate myself and extend my own knowledge, as well as planning lessons and posing these questions to my students.
I also found some tables completed by past students, which are a little more comprehensive than mine…

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