Technology Innovation with SAMR

Report
Transforming Instruction through
Technology to Deepen Learning
Learning Without Limits: SAMR
Model of Technology Integration
“Preparing students to be effective servants of Christ in contemporary society”
Bloom’s Taxonomy – revised mid 1990’s
-developed to better fit educational practices of the 21st century-
Beckett, Megan. Siyavula Technology Empowered Learning. April 22, 2012. http://projects.siyavula.com/naturalsciences/current-book-status/
A Look Through the Technology
Lens
SAMR Model
Puentedura, Dr. Ruben. “Transformation, Technology, and Education. 2006. http://hippasus.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us0w823KY0g
&feature=youtu.be
Geography Example
Lewis, Brian. Tektreks. http://tektreks.wordpress.com/2013/09/24/the-samr-model-an-introduction/
Story Writing
Substitution
Augmentation
Typing out
the work
using a word
processor
rather than
handwriting.
Some of the
built in tools
such as the
thesaurus,
word count,
spell check,
etc. might be
used.
Modification
Collaboratively
create a story
online that
allows for
multimedia
tools.
http://edofict.wikispaces.com/SAMR+Examples
Redefinition
Use Twitter or
Blogs to
interact with
each others
stories online.
Geography - Travel
Substitution
Word
processing or
presentation
for your
destination
Redefinition
Augmentation
Design a travel
brochure or guide
for your chosen
country using MS
brochure that
incorporates ability
to hyperlink and
embed content.
Modification
The travel guide
incorporates
multimedia and
student
collaboration
that includes
video and
student
narration.
http://edofict.wikispaces.com/SAMR+Examples
Explore the location
using Google Earth
to promote the
viability of the
location as a tourist
destination. Include
interviews with
residents or people
who have visited the
location and data
from social
networking sites to
validate claims.
Questions to Ask for Enhancement
Using Technology
• Substitution - tech acts as a substitute
– What will I gain by replacing the older technology with the new
technology?
• Augmentation – tech adds functional
improvement
– Have I added an improvement to the task process that could not be
accomplished with the older technology at a fundamental level?
Questions to Ask for Transformation
Using Technology
– How does this modification contribute to my task?
• Redefinition – creation of new tasks previously
inconceivable
– How is the new task uniquely made possible by the new
technology?
SAMR Model and Starbucks Coffee
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4va
xzJDqVY&feature=youtu.be&t=2m7s
Bloom’s Taxonomy with SAMR Model
http://www.unity.net.au/allans
portfolio/edublog/?p=874
The Padagogy Wheel by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Published 090613 Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at http://tinyurl.com/bloomsblog.
Where are we overall on the SAMR
model?
Where do we want to be on the
SAMR model?
Examples of Technology Transforming
Education…SAMR in Action
February 24 Technology Showcase
Time
Presenter
Topic
How Technology can enhance and transform
learning…SAMR Model
9:05
Chris McWhertor
9:15
Matt Christians & Marla Student Researched, Written, Recorded, and
Koetje
Produced Commercials in Social Studies
9:25
Jenny Marsh and
Meghan Eames
9:30
Holly Hann and Barb Kok Online Research and Collaborative Presentation
9:35
Jackie Noordewier and
Research and Interactive Animal PowerPoints
Kate DeVoogd
9:40
9:45
Bev Broersma
Betty-Ann Boss
Author Study…Blog Style
Blabberize Michigan Explorers
Eagle Book Awards (Pilot)

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