Using SAMR to Teach Above the Line - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad - 1:1 program, Apple, edchat, EdTech, SAMR, technology For as long as I can remember I have been an advocate for helping teachers understand the stages of technology integration to help them effectively use tech as a tool for learning. I’ve adopted a few different tech integration models over the years, discussed the ideas with administrators for use as a starting point for tech integration, and kept the ideas front of mind as I invent and discover new ways for using technology as a tool for learning. Discussing the stages of tech integration has led to some thought provoking and inspiring conversations, but the ideas have not gained a lot of momentum in my face-to-face teaching environment until now. As many districts jump on board with 1:1 implementation, Apple’s use of the SAMR model as a framework for tech integration presents a consistent, clear and powerful message that is spreading! About SAMR Researchers have determined that technology integration typically moves through specific levels. Image created by Dr. An Emphasis on Task Design
Referències SAMR Ladder- A Wonderful Graphic for Teachers What will I gain by replacing the older technology with the new technology? Have I added an improvement that could not be accomplished at the fundamental level? Does the modification fundamentally depend on the new technology? Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners, my blogd97cooltools.blogspot.co.uk Research:Students can quickly access flexible search engines to find information. Writing:Students will begin to write more than with handwritten text. Digital Citizenship:Introduce avatars to get students thinking about protecting their identities when online. Research:Student can construct knowledge through research guided by Essential Questions and use that knowledge to create something original. Writing:Built in writing supports and integrated research and reference tools improve efficiency of the writing task. Digital Citizenship: Students learn about copyright. Research:Students conduct their own research. Writing:Students write for audiences.
SAMR Model and Starbucks Coffee Technology Integration Research Review Editor's Note: This article was originally written by Vanessa Vega, with subsequent updates made by the Edutopia staff. Technology integration can be one of the most challenging topics to find quality research on. The term itself is a broad umbrella for numerous practices that may have little in common with each other. In addition, technology tools change rapidly, and outcomes can vary depending on implementation. Edutopia's tech integration review explores some of the vast body of research out there and helps you navigate useful results. What Is Successful Technology Integration? A key transition over the history of information technology has been in the shift from passive audiences to active users. Read our article about successful technology integration for more ideas on the many different ways teachers and schools are integrating technology today. Learning Outcomes Continue to the next section of the Tech Integration Research Review, Evidence-Based Programs by Subject.
The SAMR Ladder Through the Lens of 21st Century Skills - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad - EdTech, SAMR, Teaching This summer I have been digging deeper into the SAMR model of tech integration to help educators embrace 1:1 learning and the changes it will bring about. SAMR is a truly useful tool for helping teachers identify their current comfort zone in order to build expertise in designing efficient and effective student learning experiences. To reach higher levels on the SAMR ladder, teachers can make some planning and instructional shifts. A look at the big picture is helpful when trying to understand how to help students develop important 21st Century Skills at each level. Through the Lens of 21st Century Skills I have created an interactive graphic of the SAMR Ladder to illustrate the big picture. Final Thoughts The learning that occurs as teachers climb up the SAMR ladder is what will eventually lead to successful lesson design.
Mind Map - Flipped classroom the SAMR model in 120 seconds Below is a great video explaining the SAMR model in 120 seconds. SAMR is a framework through which you can assess and evaluate the technology you use in your class. Here is how the video below shared by Candace M explains the SAMR's four levels: Substitution In a substitution level, teachers or students are only using new technology tools to replace old ones, for instance, using Google Docs to replace Microsoft Word. the task ( writing) is the same but the tools are different. Augmentation Though it is a different level, but we are still in the substitution mentality but this time with added functionalities. Modification This is the level where technology is being used more effectively not to do the same task using different tools but to redesign new parts of the task and transform students learning. Redefinition If you are to place this level in Blooms revised taxonomy pyramid, it would probably correspond to synthesis and evaluation as being the highest order thinking skills.
CHAPITRE 1 : INTEGRATION DES TIC DANS L’EDUCATION - STRATEGIE D ACCOMPAGNEMENT DU CHANGEMENT changer, voire améliorer les pratiques pédagogiques ». L’Intégration des TIC à l’école pourrait donc être l’un des leviers de la transformation de l’acte éducatif. Mais, qu’est-ce que l’intégration pédagogique ? Placer les équipements dans les classes (Bray, 1999 ; Dockstader, 1999) ; encore moins aller au laboratoire 40 minutes par semaine (Dias, 1999) ; ni utiliser les ordinateurs comme une feuille d’exercice électronique ou une récompense pour les élèves qui ont terminé leur travail (Dias, 1999) ; ni utiliser des logiciels sans but précis (Dockstader, 1999) ; non plus enseigner comment utiliser les TIC (Bailey, 1997). Ce type de discours par la négative, sans vouloir en minimiser la valeur, ne permet pas de définir précisément ce qu’est l’intégration des TIC puisqu’il met plutôt l’emphase sur ce qu’elle n’est pas. Il ressort des écrits de Christian Depover, (1996) qu’il existe deux principales manières d’intégrer les TIC dans un système : le top-down et le bottom-up.
ISTE NETS Essential Conditions 40 herramientas para aplicar la metodología flipped classroom en el aula [Infografía] La pedagogía inversa o flipped classroom es una de las metodologías educativas que más revuelo están causando. Desde que los profesores de química Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams la llevaran a la práctica por primera vez en las aulas del instituto Woodland Park High School, en Woodland Park, Colorado (Estados Unidos), ha ido sumando seguidores de manera progresiva. Este nuevo modelo de enseñanza propone darle la vuelta a la case, de modo que los alumnos adquieren los conceptos teóricos en casa, a través de la visualización de un video, una presentación o cualquier otro recurso; y después, en clase, resuelven sus dudas y trabajan de forma individual y colaborativa. Si quieres innovar y llevar a la práctica esta metodología, te recomendamos 40 herramientas que te servirán para poner tu clase del revés. Descarga en PDF la infografía “40 Herramientas para aplicar la metodología Flipped Classroom en el aula” Crear videolecciones o videos interactivos 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
The SAMR Model | The SAMR model is a simple but powerful model that we as teachers can use when as we work to integrate technology into our lessons. It was designed by Dr Ruben Puentedurain around 2006 to help teachers integrate the use of technology into their practice and transform the learning of their students. It sees the use of digital technology as a continuum – starting with using iPads to “Enhance” what we do now to” Transforming” our practice, enabling us to do things we could have never imagined before. Here is an example of how it might work: Like any tool, the power in this model is how it helps us create the best possible learning opportunities for our students. If you would like more detailed information - try “Ruben R. Like this: Like Loading...
National Center for Technology Planning John See Technology Integration Specialist Minnesota Department of Education [Originally appeared in The Computing Teacher, Vol. 19, Number 8, May 1992] Contact information for John See -- unavailable as of Feb 2012 Effective technology plans are short term, not long term. If you do develop a long-term plan, tie it to your district's budget cycle. Effective technology plans focus on applications, not technology. Many technology plans are based on numbers of machines - input. By taking this approach, you can also answer the debate over which brand names to purchase. Effective technology plans go beyond enhancing the curriculum. I agree that we need to teach keyboarding skills. Remember the real question, "what applications of technology are available that will help our students, staff, and administration work smarter, not harder?" Effective technology plans define technology as more than computers. Television production is much more than giving kids a camera and shooting pictures.