This paper proposes a curriculum framework in pre-service teachers training program to develop Teachers’ Personal Knowledge Management competency. Supporting the sustainable development of teachers as professionals in the knowledge society is a critical issue in teacher education. Personal knowledge management (PKM) is an intertwined macro-competency that involves cognitive, metacognitive, information, social and learning competencies. If PKM skills are taught, acquired and utilized in each discipline across the curriculum, pre-service teachers can organize, integrate and transform random pieces of information systematically to generate and apply them as personal knowledge. The framework provides pre-service teachers with different degree of opportunities to carry out instructional design, lesson implementation and reflection through e-learning and collaborative action research activities. A self-response questionnaire was conducted to evaluate the courses. Results show that an authentic learning environment could be created to develop pre-service teachers’ PKM competencies for achieving effective learning. Copyright © 2015 OCERINT International Organization Center of Academic Research.
CitationCheng, E., Chan, S., Wan, Z. H., Hung, V., Lim, C. P., Lai, Y. C., et al. (2015). Towards a curriculum framework for developing teachers’ personal knowledge management competencies. International E-Journal of Advances in Education, 1(2), 105-111.
- Personal knowledge management competencies
- Collaborative action research
- Instructional design competency
- Teaching education
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG)
- TDG project code: T0131
- Period: TDG 2013-2014
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG) Output