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21st Century Learning Session In Service

How to move up the SAMR model

Michael Miller

on 16 February 2012

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Transcript of 21st Century Learning Session In Service

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 SAMR:
The Road Ahead
Today you will be given:
a brief overview of what SAMR is
an introduction to some technology tools
time to try them out Substitution Step 4 Augmentation Modification Redefinition SAMR - What is it? To me, it is just an acronym about technology integration.
S - Substitution
A - Augmentation
Most of us are at the "S" or "A" stage.
M - Modification
R - Redefinition
What's good about it: It makes you think about your level of comfort with technology.
With the ever changing world of education and technology, it is important to self assess. Substitution Using technology as a substitute for something you do in your classroom. Augmentation Substituting technology but also adding functionality.
Example: Using Prezi as an interactive learning tool so the students can learn individually and examine diagrams and view videos.
Online review games or assessments.
Online Maps - Discovery Education Interactive Atlas.
Wordle.net - Word Clouds
Modification Technology allows for a significant task redesign. Examples:
Using Power Point for notes instead of writing the notes on the board.
Using the Smart Notebook Jeopardy Review Game. Redefinition Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.
Example: Use Discovery Education to create an online assignment. Students discover concepts using explorations, visualizations, and video clips. Students can work at their own pace. Also, differentiation can be easily implemented.
Have students use ToonDoo (Stephanie C-K session) to create digital comic strips for a content area topic. Examples: Use MyBigCampus (see Xaras) to create an online blog to discuss and evaluate content topics.
Real life example: Via a blog, collaborate with experts about the design and results of lab work. Use online tools to display the results. Blog and get others to repeat the experiment worldwide. Then compare the results. Now you can use the rest of the time to try out any of the technology tools we went over. Let me know if you need any help.
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