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1 SAMR Model Differentiated Technology Integration Jennifer Simon, ES Tech Specialist American International School Vietnam

2 SAMR Model Defined ▪ The SAMR Model was created by Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. His model differentiates how technology is integrated into educational curriculum. This presentation will break down each level as well as provide examples using Web 2.o applications and lab installed tools.

3 Substitution ▪ This level is the beginning of your integration journey - every journey must begin somewhere and the first step is to experiment with substitutions. ▪ What can I use to replace traditional classroom tools such as pen and paper? How can my students practice math concepts at home?

4 Substitution Tools ▪ Software – Classroom/Library Reference - online encyclopedias, dictionaries, language translators, thesauruses (Yahoo Education) (Yahoo Education) – Maps – Google MapsGoogle Maps – Illustrations - Paint/KidPix – Kid Friendly Search Engines Kid Friendly Search Engines – Math Practice – XtraMath, IXL, Khan AcademyXtraMath IXLKhan Academy – Reading - K12 OpenEd, Raz KidsK12 OpenEdRaz Kids ▪ Audio Books - MeeGeniusMeeGenius – Word Processing, Note- taking, Mindmapping - MS Word ▪ Hardware – Digital Camera – Document Camera – eReader – MP3 Player – Laptop/Desktop – Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) - Promethean Board – Smartphone – Tablet – Video/Webcam

5 Augmentation ▪ This level is for those who are comfortable with substitutions and are ready to move on to more Web 2.0 tools. ▪ How can I change the way I post homework assignments? Is there a tool that can help my students with online research?

6 Augmentation Tools ▪ Software – Parent Communication/Student Collaboration- Edmodo/Class WebsiteEdmodo – Digital Portfolios - Google DocsGoogle Docs – Animations – KidPix – Interactive Timelines – CapzlesCapzles – Lesson Flipcharts - ActivInspire – Mindmapping – MindMup,MindMup – Presentations – Glogster, Google PresentationGlogsterGoogle Presentation – Leveled Reading Groups - K12 OpenEd, Raz KidsK12 OpenEd Raz Kids ▪ Downloadable Audio Books - StoryNoryStoryNory – Research – instaGrokinstaGrok – Storytelling – ComicLife, KidPix, Storybird, PowerPoint, Windows Movie Maker Storybird ▪ Hardware – Digital Camera – Document Camera – eReader – MP3 Player – Laptop/Desktop – Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) - Promethean Board – Smartphone – Tablet – Video/Webcam

7 Modification ▪ Modification involves taking Web 2.0 technologies to the next level. A student-centered approach starts to emerge as teachers shift to a facilitator role. ▪ How can my students collaborate and provide meaningful discussions in real-time?

8 Modification Tools ▪ Software – Blogging (Journaling) Edublogs, Twitter, Weebly EdublogsTwitterWeebly – Group Collaboration (Info Sharing) – Lino,Lino – Presentations - Powto0n, PreziPowto0n Prezi – Podcasts – Audacity, VoiceThreadAudacity VoiceThread – Writing – Google DocsGoogle Docs – Storytelling – ComicLife, KidPix, Storybird, PowerPoint, Windows Movie MakerStorybird ▪ Hardware – Digital Camera – Document Camera – eReader – MP3 Player – Laptop/Desktop – Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) - Promethean Board – Smartphone – Tablet – Video/Webcam

9 Redefinition ▪ Students are adept at communication and collaboration with a variety of Web 2.0 tools. Teachers facilitate larger concept projects that encourage higher thinking skills to reinvent or create new media. ▪ How can students take their Web 2.o skills to the next level while communicating and collaborating with a global audience?

10 Redefinition Tools ▪ Software – Augmented Reality – Aurasma (Ideas/Guide)Aurasma (Ideas/Guide – Blogging (Journaling) TwitterTwitter – Global Communication – Skype, FuzeBoxSkype FuzeBox – Group Collaboration (Info Sharing) – Lino, Wiki (Guide) Flat Classroom ProjectLinoWiki (Guide)Flat Classroom Project – Real-Time Discussion – Today’s MeetToday’s Meet – Podcasts – Audacity, VoiceThreadAudacity VoiceThread – QR Codes – GuideGuide – Writing – WattPad, Nano WrimoWattPadNano Wrimo – Storytelling – ThingLinkThingLink ▪ Hardware – Digital Camera – Document Camera – eReader – MP3 Player – Laptop/Desktop – Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) - Promethean Board – Smartphone – Tablet – Video/Webcam

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12 SAMR & Apps “Padagogy Wheel” Combines Bloom’s Taxonomy, SAMR Model and iPad apps

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