What is the
SAMR model?
Keith George
SAMR Model History
 Developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura

 Originally to address technology integration as a whole
 Over t...
The SAMR Model

Substitution
Substitution
 Definition- Technology used to perform the same task
as it was done before the technology was used.

 Exam...
The SAMR Model

Augmentation

Substitution
Augmentation
 Definition- Computer technology offers an effective tool
to perform common tasks.

 Example- Students comp...
The SAMR Model

Modification
Augmentation

Substitution
Modification
 Definition- Common classroom tasks are being
accomplished through the use of technology.

 Students are as...
The SAMR Model
Redefinition
Modification
Augmentation

Substitution
Redefinition
 Definition- Technology allows for new tasks to be
completed that were previously not possible.

 Students ...
SAMR Model
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SAMR Model

  1. 1. What is the SAMR model? Keith George
  2. 2. SAMR Model History  Developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura  Originally to address technology integration as a whole  Over the past several years has become increasing used to address 1:1 implementations, especially of tablet devices.
  3. 3. The SAMR Model Substitution
  4. 4. Substitution  Definition- Technology used to perform the same task as it was done before the technology was used.  Examples- Student complete the worksheet using technology, then print it out and turn it in.  No change in the teaching, only a change in the tools used.
  5. 5. The SAMR Model Augmentation Substitution
  6. 6. Augmentation  Definition- Computer technology offers an effective tool to perform common tasks.  Example- Students complete a quiz using technology and submit it electronically.  Some functional benefit (saving paper)
  7. 7. The SAMR Model Modification Augmentation Substitution
  8. 8. Modification  Definition- Common classroom tasks are being accomplished through the use of technology.  Students are asked to write an essay but then an audio recording of the essay is made along with a musical soundtrack.  This is a significant functional change in the classroom.
  9. 9. The SAMR Model Redefinition Modification Augmentation Substitution
  10. 10. Redefinition  Definition- Technology allows for new tasks to be completed that were previously not possible.  Students are asked to write and produce a video documentary.  Common classroom tasks and and technology exist but not as the goal, but as supports for the real goal (creating the video).

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