LNM’s Mike Phillips is lead author on a new publication in Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2017 published by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). This collection of peer-reviewed articles represents the outstanding scholarship and notable work that was disseminated at the 2017 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) conference held in Austin, TX. This distinguished research collection illustrates how teacher educators, researchers and practitioners are collaboratively addressing the use of technology in teacher education as they explore contemporary, creative and innovative solutions to integrate technology across a global context.
Together with co-author’s Matthew Koehler, Joshua Rosenberg and Benjamin Zunica, this chapter presents an argument that the knowledge required by teachers should not be thought of as a homogenous term. In contrast, discussion highlights differences in knowledge domains including justified and true knowledge; skills based knowledge; and actionable, craft knowledge. Discussion of these knowledge domains challenges the interconnected representations of knowledge presented in frameworks such as PCK and TPACK.