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John Evans

8 Examples of Transforming Lessons Through the SAMR Cycle | Emerging Education Technolo... - 5 views

    "The SAMR Model for integrating technology into teaching, developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura, has gained a good deal of exposure in recent years. "SAMR" is an acronym that stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition. The SAMR model provides a technique for moving through degrees of technology adoption to find more meaningful uses of technology in teaching and move away from simply using "tech for tech's sake".

    We recently discussed the SAMR model during an Academic Technology Work Group meeting at The College of Westchester. We examined the video, SAMR in 120 Seconds. One thing that really struck me is how much the example helped, so I made it a point to gather and/or create some more examples."
John Evans

10 ways to reach SAMR's redefinition level | Ditch That Textbook - 5 views

    "SAMR is a technology integration model that basically shows the way to get the most out of your technology in the classroom. The dotted line in the chart to the right shows where you cross over from doing what you've always done - just adding technology - to doing what you couldn't do before.

    Redefinition is at the top of the SAMR model, but that doesn't mean that you "win" or that you're doing it right only if you reach redefinition. Some tasks just aren't made for redefinition, and great learning can happen without redefinition.

    But redefinition is the Holy Grail. If you get there, you're providing learning that couldn't have happened a decade ago (maybe a year ago)."
John Evans

Using The SAMR Model To Frame How To Teach With Apps - 0 views

    "Not all apps are created equal.

    Not all teacher planning and instructional design are created equal.

    Mash the two, and we're beginning to see the opportunity for some real disparity.

    In response, we've taken the popular SAMR model and use it as a framework to understand how to better teach with apps.

    This post started as a look at "app workflow"-the patterns of student and teacher interaction, the movement of learning artifacts, the visibility of quality criteria, assessment results, and so on, but we thought it might be better to start with some concrete examples of the movement from basic technology integration-in this case, apps-to that which redefines the learning process entirely.

    Below, then, are 21 ways apps can be used to teach-and learn-with varying degrees of ambition, from mere substitution of existing teaching practices, all the way to full-on redefinition of what's possible. (This post also presumes you're familiar with the SAMR model-if not, here's a good primer.)"
John Evans

Check Out My 2-Minute Illustrated Video on the SAMR Model | Spencer Ideas - 0 views

    "Here's a sketchy video I created for my technology pedagogy course. I have mixed feelings about SAMR, because it often implies that "lower levels" are not as good when often substitution works well. Royan Lee picked this apart well. I also think there are times when the best option involves avoiding technology. For example, there are times when sketching something by hand teaches observational skills better than using a camera. However, I still see a real benefit in the SAMR model, in terms of thinking about the transformative power of technology."
Phil Taylor

Learn these SAMR model essentials straight from its creator | eSchool News | eSchool News - 3 views

  • “Not everything you do needs to be at the redefinition level,” Puentedura said, clarifying that instead educators can use those levels as a target they should aim for to convey an important component to a lesson.
John Evans

Guide: Using the SAMR Model to Guide Learning | That #EdTech Guy's Blog - 3 views

    "echnology is an immense tool that can transform the way students learn. One of my favourite quotes which demonstrates this comes from Steve Jobs:

    "What a computer is to me is it's the most remarkable tool that we've ever come up with, and it's the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds."

    To me, this quote best illustrates the potential impact technology can have on learning. However for this impact to be felt, technology needs to be used effectively. To help with that, there are various models available, one of which is the Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Model (SAMR for short):"
Phil Taylor

Part 5…Beyond the Shine : Supporting Technology with the SAMR Model plus Ten ... - 0 views

  • It really comes down to the tool fitting the task and learning target. An understanding of the SAMR Model allows educators to reflect on their own progress while investigating ways to use educational technology in a useful and productive way.
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