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SAMR Examples

Used for March 22 presentation to RTs/ELTs.
by Jim Cash on 22 October 2013

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Transcript of SAMR Examples

SAMR
Examples

A word processor replaces a pencil and paper language arts task such as writing an essay response to a story or book.
A word processor + text-to-speech system are used to replace and improve the essay response writing task
(e.g., Premier Talking Word Processor).
A word processor and text-to-speech system are used to replace and improve the essay or narrative writing task. The writing is shared using a blog so that students can receive feedback from multiple peers in order to make edit cycles richer.
Instead of a written task, such as a response essay, students convey deep analytic thought using media text creations such as a video production.
A SMART Board replaces chart paper and markers so that students can communicate and explain their solution to a math problem. All student solutions are saved and compiled on one slide to allow for Bansho analysis of solutions.
A SMART Board replaces chart paper and markers so that students can communicate and explain their solution to a math problem.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/oxidizer05/7824550728/
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Original Task: Essay-style written response to story, play, article, etc.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/lucastheexperience/3469305764/
Original task: Chart paper and markers are used by students to communicate their solution to a math problem.
A student uses his/her own device (BYOD) and appropriate app (e.g., Explain Everything) to collect, record, sort, annotate and document his/her problem solving strategies into an ongoing e-portfolio.
Saved SMART Board-based Bansho solutions become part of a student’s annotated collection of problem solving strategies.
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