Positive points about the expositions:
- One specific exposition has been very well organized in terms of content.
- The fluency of some of our classmates.
- Some of them have been very clear and natural.
- One of the stars has introduced herself and has used greetings as a way of interacting with the audience.
- Some have used different examples to clarify the explanation.
- Some of the schemes were clear and easy to understand.
Negative points about the expositions:
- The volume of the voice has been hardly heard. A real teacher has to use a teacher voice.
- The majority of the groups have forgotten the historical evolution of the relation between content, pedagogy and technology.
- One part of the representations has been very schematic and the other part hasn’t followed the rules about the number of characters.
- There were a lot of posters which were difficult to understand without the star’s explanation.
- You shouldn’t read when you do an exposition.
- Some of our classmates didn’t look at us while they were explaining their posters.
The easiest part:
- Understanding the TPCK theory has been the easiest part of the task.
The most difficult part:
- Representing the theory using another type of diagram and also the star’s task, overall when Linda was attending her explanation.
|Our TPCK poster.|