TPACK AND BUSINESS EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE (2008-2017)

Camilla Soueneta Nascimento Nganga, Vitor Hideo Nasu, Robson Queiroz Pereira, Daniel Ramos Nogueira

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The objective was to conduct a literature review on TPACK in Business Education (BE) from 2008 to 2017 to provide a general scenario of the scientific studies on this topic. We used the search tools of six academic databases to identify studies that included TPACK and business terms. This search yielded a total of 389 studies, which only four were considered as belonging to the TPACK-BE area. Our results suggested that TPACK has not been much explored in BE and deserves more attention. The analysis of core aspects supported that TPACK can help to design courses, although teachers who are not familiar with technology and content would probably face stronger challenges in implementing it. The analysis of circumstantial aspects of the study indicated that they were TPACK-BE studies developed in different countries and published in technology-education thematic journals. Also, most of the studies employed surveys as a method.

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TPACK; Business education; Review of literature; Faculty; Technology.

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