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Understanding Technology Integration

TPACK & SAMR working together. For the instructional technology community of learners
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Ben Harrison

on 3 June 2014

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Transcript of Understanding Technology Integration

Technological Knowledge
Content Knowledge
Pedagogical Knowledge
TPACK
The "What" in "What are you teaching?"
College course work
Professional Development
Observation of others
Standards review committee
Advanced degree(s)
Scholarly articles read
Scholarly articles written/published
The "How" in "How do you teach this?"
Provided professional development
Years of teaching experience
True technology integration uses mastery of all 3 domains
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition
Conversations with others
Reflective practice of instruction
The "Use" in "What do I use to teach kids today?"
Primary multi-subject

Elementary multi-subject
Elementary departmentalized
Middle grades departmentalized
High school departmentalized
Citizenship
Conversational Spanish
Calculus
American History
Musical performance
Socratic Method
Project Based Learning
Direct Instruction
Exploring Centers
Group Learning Communities
Think/Pair/Share
Jigsaw Learning Communities
Debate
Ebeam
Smartboards
Laptops w/ projectors
iPads/Tablets
Listening centers
Overhead projector
Audiobooks
Digital text
Integration can start with various ideas of technology and content, but without mastering instructional strategies the path becomes distorted.
Estimated to be the majority of schools in the US today.
Technology as a tool substitute
Technology as a tool substitute
with functional change!
Tech allows for task redesign
Technology allows for all new tasks to be created
Using Google Earth rulers to measure distances between points
Example:
Using Google Earth layers, like Panoramio, to research locations with real images & people
Example:
Create a guided virtual field trip on Google Earth and share it online
Example:
Big question:
"What does technology integration look like for my classroom?"
SAMR Model for Enhanced Technology Integration
SAMR Model for Enhanced Technology Integration
Social networks
Student response systems
Cloud computing
Blogs
Wikis
Audio presenations (podcasting)
Digital presentations
Video
Video conferencing
Physical Education
English
Biology
Marching Band
Algebraic Functions
History
The answer depends on you.
What do you want to teach using technology?
What type of devices or computer use is available?
Do you have to know everything?
How do you want students to use this technology?
How will students show that they have learned?
Media viewed
Using Google Earth instead of a Road Atlas
Example:
Weather
Blended Sounds
Fraction operations
Time
Grammar
The Water Cycle
Physics
French
Reading Comprehension
Art history
Science labs
Literature Studies
Physical Science
Compare & Contrasting Conflicts
TPACK &
SAMR
working together
http://www.teachthought.com/teaching/50-teaching-strategies-to-jumpstart-your-teacher-brain/
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