The Digital Transformation Lab critically examines how, when and why digital technologies can be used to positively impact teaching and learning.
The Lab is the people not the place.
The Lab is directed by Associate Professor Mike Phillips, and at its core includes several researchers drawn from the Digital Education Research Group. Fellow researchers, visiting scholars and PhD students join the lab from time to time as their work aligns with ours.
The launch of the Digital Transformation Lab occurred on Thursday 5 November 2020. We were thrilled to have two great friends of the Lab – Professor Punya Mishra and Professor Judi Harris – join us to discuss the future of arguably the world’s most influential educational technology integration model.
Knowing how to teach with technologies is arguably more important now than ever before. The technological, pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) framework has become the world’s most widely recognised way of understanding what teachers need to know in order to effectively integrate digital technologies to support learning.
But is TPACK still relevant? In this seminar you will hear from one of the original developers of TPACK, Professor Punya Mishra, and international scholars Professor Judi Harris and Associate Professor Michael Phillips. They will question whether TPACK is still relevant, offering new critical insights for researchers, educational leaders and educators.