SAMR Model of
Technology Integration
Adina Sullivan
Today, talk of pedagogy
includes the 4Cs.
Communication
Collaboration
Critical Thinking
Creativity
Source: Partnership for 21st Century Skills
We know the 4Cs.
Now meet SAMR.
Why?
Technology is a Tool,
Not a Learning Outcome
These students aren’t
excited because of the
technology. It’s about what
they...
Pedagogy
SAMR
Technology Integration
Ok. What
is SAMR?
TransformationEnhancement
Substitution
Technology is just a substitute with no
functional change
Augmentation
Technology i...
What does
this look like
for me?
Real-life day-to day examples courtesy of
Tim Holt - http://goo.gl/CUg6yE
Substitution: A substitute with no functional change
Coffee is still coffee
Substitution: A substitute with no functional change
Writing a report vs. typing a report
Augmentation: A substitute with functional change
Coffee is still coffee, but now with ice
and maybe some milk
Augmentation: A substitute with functional change
The addition of the electronic tools adds a functional change.
Including...
Modification: Redesign
Caramel Macchiato – Could be made at home, but would be
much more difficult. The coffee has been tr...
Modification: Redesign
This is now a redesigned assignment in terms of format and use.
Student
newsletter with
digital ima...
Redifinition: New and previously impossible
Pumpkin Latte – You can only get it at Starbucks. They have a
trademark. It tr...
Redifinition: New and previously impossible
Creation of products that would be inconceivable without
technology such as mo...
Other SAMR Technology Examples
• The SAMR Model: Background and Exemplars
Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D.
▫ http://goo.gl/wLgjS...
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  1. 1. SAMR Model of Technology Integration Adina Sullivan
  2. 2. Today, talk of pedagogy includes the 4Cs.
  3. 3. Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking Creativity Source: Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  4. 4. We know the 4Cs. Now meet SAMR.
  5. 5. Why?
  6. 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. 7. Pedagogy SAMR Technology Integration
  8. 8. Ok. What is SAMR?
  9. 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. 10. What does this look like for me? Real-life day-to day examples courtesy of Tim Holt - http://goo.gl/CUg6yE
  11. 11. Substitution: A substitute with no functional change Coffee is still coffee
  12. 12. Substitution: A substitute with no functional change Writing a report vs. typing a report
  13. 13. Augmentation: A substitute with functional change Coffee is still coffee, but now with ice and maybe some milk
  14. 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. 15. Modification: Redesign Caramel Macchiato – Could be made at home, but would be much more difficult. The coffee has been truly modified
  16. 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. 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. 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. 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
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