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Tracing Issues and Concerns on Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) in Math and Science

Edilmar P. Masuhay, Marinel E. Dioquino, Annie Richil M. Cagas, Maridel Masuhay Mahomoc, and Sugar O. Masuhay

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Masuhay, E.P., Dioquino, M.E., Cagas, A.R.M., Mahomoc, M.M. and Masuhay, S.O., 2021. Tracing Issues and Concerns on Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) in Math and Science. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 2(9), pp.34-40.

Abstract

In lieu to the final examination of the PhD students of the University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU) under EDSC 305 Seminar: Issues and Trends in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education course thereby required to outline a concept note served as a prerequisite mainly to address current issues in science, mathematics, and technology education. Thus, it is also expected that the concept note presented should be a novelty, thorough, analytical, and evidence-based. Wherein, it showcases the rationale of the specified program, possible policy implications and will be organized based on the following structure: Cover Page; the Proponents; the Potential Key Partners; Rationale; Program/Research Overview; and References. This paper explores the concept of self-evaluation in education to uncover concerns, issues and difficulties, which mainly, that enabling individual schools and teachers to self-evaluate effectively their tasks as a complex task that will require help and support from the community of professional evaluators as cited by McNamara & O’Hara, 2008.

Keywords: Concept Note; Philosophy of Education; Science and Math Issues; TPCK.

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