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  • 1. SAMR Model of Technology Integration Adina Sullivan
  • 2. Today, talk of pedagogy includes the 4Cs.
  • 3. Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking Creativity Source: Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 4. We know the 4Cs. Now meet SAMR.
  • 5. Why?
  • 6. Technology is a Tool, Not a Learning Outcome These students aren’t excited because of the technology. It’s about what they’re LEARNING with the technology. Image Source: Flickeringerbrad http://www.flickr.com/photos/56155476@N08/6660098369/
  • 7. Pedagogy SAMR Technology Integration
  • 8. Ok. What is SAMR?
  • 9. TransformationEnhancement Substitution Technology is just a substitute with no functional change Augmentation Technology is just a substitute, but with functional change Modification Technology is used to redesign the task Redefinition Technology allows for tasks that were impossible without itRuben R. Puentedura, Ph. D.
  • 10. What does this look like for me? Real-life day-to day examples courtesy of Tim Holt - http://goo.gl/CUg6yE
  • 11. Substitution: A substitute with no functional change Coffee is still coffee
  • 12. Substitution: A substitute with no functional change Writing a report vs. typing a report
  • 13. Augmentation: A substitute with functional change Coffee is still coffee, but now with ice and maybe some milk
  • 14. Augmentation: A substitute with functional change The addition of the electronic tools adds a functional change. Including use of spell check, grammar check, and electronic dictionary or thesaurus
  • 15. Modification: Redesign Caramel Macchiato – Could be made at home, but would be much more difficult. The coffee has been truly modified
  • 16. Modification: Redesign This is now a redesigned assignment in terms of format and use. Student newsletter with digital images for collection of book recommendations from students to students.
  • 17. Redifinition: New and previously impossible Pumpkin Latte – You can only get it at Starbucks. They have a trademark. It truly can’t be made at home.
  • 18. Redifinition: New and previously impossible Creation of products that would be inconceivable without technology such as movies, podcasts, narrated multi-media presentations, animation, or infographics
  • 19. Other SAMR Technology Examples • The SAMR Model: Background and Exemplars Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. ▫ http://goo.gl/wLgjSh • SAMR Explained ▫ http://goo.gl/OsbG0 • The SAMR Model – AppsADaisy ▫ http://goo.gl/sSCkyF