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SAMR for PreK and K

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Beginner SAMR session for Prek and Kinder teachers

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SAMR for PreK and K

  1. 1. Kinder Technology Integration Karen Wright-Balbier klwright@episd.org Julie Rivas-Lopez jlrivas@episd.org
  2. 2. SAMR For the Pre-K & K Teacher Karen Wright-Balbier klwright@episd.org Julie Rivas-Lopez jlrivas@episd.org
  3. 3. SAMR for the Teacher
  4. 4. Analog The analog way to complete lesson plans.
  5. 5. Substitution Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change Using Microsoft Word to type lesson plans.
  6. 6. Augmentation Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement Teachers began typing their lesson plans using spreadsheets, color coding and adding cute clip art.
  7. 7. Modification Tech allows for significant task redesign We started using Eduphoria to submit our lesson plans on-line. We could access curriculum, standards, create group planners and it was saved on-line.
  8. 8. Redefinition Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable What could transform lesson plans? Blogging those great ideas, experiences, so that other people can pin them on Pinterest.
  9. 9. SAMR for PreK & K
  10. 10. Substitution Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change Using MoMA ArtLAB to draw and color is an example of substitution.
  11. 11. Augmentation Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement Using MoMA ArtLAB to create with shapes that have already been created. Students can move shapes around and throw them away. This is an example of augmentation.
  12. 12. Modification Tech allows for significant task redesign Using MoMA ArtLAB and ChatterPix App Smashing
  13. 13. Modification
  14. 14. Redefinition Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable Beginning a class blog or student blogs to share learning. If students ask a question at the end of a video, their global audience could respond.
  15. 15. The SAMR SMASH
  16. 16. SAMR and Blooms
  17. 17. SAMR and Padagogy Wheel
  18. 18. The level of SAMR is debatable.
  19. 19. Is technology already your normal?
  20. 20. What is your comfort level with technology?
  21. 21. Do you integrate technology to teach?
  22. 22. Do you integrate technology to show student learning?
  23. 23. Your turn to decide.
  24. 24. starfall.com Math practice
  25. 25. Created by a Kindergarten Student
  26. 26. Taking Photos
  27. 27. FryWords Sight Word App
  28. 28. Reading an eBook
  29. 29. Using Photos, Videos, Audio to share what you have learned
  30. 30. abcmouse.com
  31. 31. Your students are going to be excited about this learning adventure!

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