Tag Archives: SAMR

The Redefined Classroom – A Little SAMR

If your classroom starts with the students waiting for the teacher to talk…. this is not a redefined classroom. SAMR The SAMR model is a guide for including technology. It does not tell teachers how to include technology, but rather to get them thinking about how technology can transform the task. S = Substitution – […]

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OSAMR Model – When Tech Makes it Worse

SAMR The SAMR model is a way to determine the level at which you are using technology. S – Substitution is when you do the same task but with technology. A – Augmentation is when you’re doing the same task but the technology provides some level of improvement. Usually this is an improvement in workflows. […]

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Turn the Assignment In and THEN Do the Assignment

An educator I greatly respect and learn from on a regular basis is Catlin Tucker. She is the author of the book Blended Learning in Grades 4-12 and has an awesome blog: http://catlintucker.com  One of her blog posts was about an epiphany she had about working with students on the writing process. Students need support […]

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SAMR: Adam Bellow

I teach pre-service teachers at Fresno State University. The other day I was teaching my students about PLN’s (Personal Learning Network) and the SAMR model. I was blessed to have the perfect object lesson to demonstrate both the power of Twitter and SAMR. I noticed one of my students composing a tweet “What is Google […]

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SAMR model: Document Camera

You can make a copy of this document at: http://goo.gl/5mz8Wy. Share your uses of the document camera!! Thank you to iPevo for permission to use the image of their document camera on the poster.

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