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Transcript of SAMR

Now that you have been introduced to SAMR, what are your thoughts? Comments? Questions? Clarification?

Where are you in the pool?
Using Technology in the Classroom:
Technology Integration Specialists
Izora Everson
Todd Koren
Elizabeth Marsh

TIS Office: B234
A Technology Resource
the SAMR framework
Pegoraro, Rob.
Starbucks Coffee
. June 14, 2010. Image. The Washington Post http://voices.washingtonpost.com/fasterforward/2010/06/starbucks_caves_to_make_wifi_f.html.
The use of technology has no functional change on lesson.
Van Dyke, Aly.
Starbucks Iced Coffee
. Jan 21, 2011. Image. American City Business Journals http://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/blog/2011/01/enjoy-starbucks-trenta-but-avoid.html?page=all.
Technology directly enhances lesson plan.
Pumpkin Pie Frappuccino
. December. 2, 2013. Image.
Cup of Coffee
. May 25, 2007. Image. Phys.org http://phys.org/news99286291.html.
Coffee Analogy with Examples
Cup of Coffee
. May 25, 2007. Image. Phys.org http://phys.org/news99286291.html.
It is okay if technology is not used in the instructional activity when...
availability is limited or not possible
traditional methods are more appropriate with same results
technology violates school/district policies
it detracts from the lesson objective(s)
Google Earth used to locate a place
Overhead Projector, PowerPoint slides, and Word documents used to share information
Word processor used to type document
Video covers course information
Cup of Coffee
. May 25, 2007. Image. Phys.org http://phys.org/news99286291.html.
Google Earth rulers are used to measure distance between two places
Turnitin.com scans essays for potential plagiarism
Class resources posted to Blackboard or Playlist Builder
Cup of Coffee
. May 25, 2007. Image. Phys.org http://phys.org/news99286291.html.
Technology allows for significant task redesign.
Google Earth features such as Panoramio and 360Cities are used to research locations
LMS (Blackboard) utilized by students and teacher daily
Instructional podcasts developed (Flip-teaching model)
Turnitin.com used by and for student essays
Web 2.0 tools (online blogs, forums, polls, and presentation tools) used by students and teacher
Cup of Coffee. May 25, 2007. Image. Phys.org http://phys.org/news99286291.html.
Technology allows for the creation of new tasks previously inconceivable.
A narrated Google Earth guided tour is created and shared online
A multimedia presentation of a research problem posted on a student blog
A wiki project with students from different classes working together
A class discussion in the Avenue of Arts about artwork students Tweet to everyone in the class using their cell phones
A framework for instructional design
Triple, Venti, Half Sweet, Non-Fat, Caramel Macchiato. July 23, 2014. Image. The Huffington Post. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/30/starbucks-drink-orders_n_3671496.html
Resource Run-Down
TIS, Keil Pittman, office in room 451, jpittman@bluevalleyk12.org

BVSD EdTech Web Site:
Available through the district website/staff login

Help Desk: 4080
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