TPACK Vernaculars in Social Studies Research

@inproceedings{Lee2012TPACKVI,
  title={TPACK Vernaculars in Social Studies Research},
  author={John Lee and Meghan McGlinn Manfra},
  year={2012}
}
To address the myriad effects that emerge from using technology in social studies, we introduce in this chapter the concept of vernaculars to represent local conditions and tendencies, which arise from using technology in social studies. The chapter includes three examples of TPACK vernaculars in social studies. The first explores a theoretical TPACK vernacular where Web 2.0 technologies support social studies and democratic life. The second example is focused on a three-part heuristic for… 
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