The idea of TPACK is about technology being integrated into pedagogy within different subject areas. The TPACK framework involves the combination of 3 components of knowledge: Content (CK), Pedagogy (PK) and Technology (TK). The first component is content knowledge and this is the knowledge that a teacher has about the subject matter that will eventually be taught to the students. The next component is pedagogical knowledge and this is the processes and practices of teaching and learning methods. The final component is technology knowledge and this is about the knowledge of working with technology resources and tools. TPACK also focuses on the intersections of each of the 3 components and how these intersections form: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Content Knowledge and Technological Pedagogical Knowledge. Pedagogical Content Knowledge is the idea that pedagogy can apply to teaching specific content and that the teacher can find multiple ways to represent the content they teach and they can adapt it to meet the needs of their students. Technological Content Knowledge is about the interaction between technology and content and how technology can help deliver content or change the ways it is applied. Technological Pedagogical Knowledge is about how teaching and learning can be enhanced by different types of technology.